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Revenge Converts a Little Right Into a Great Wrong

On January 2, the world let Yemenis begin their new year badly for them. Remnants of Arab spring is remaining as living hell for Yamen, where over 30 million people are suffering

Slide Tackle:

The central govt had proposed AIS amendment, among them two is rising concern 


Red Card:

IAS means Indian Administrative service, not Indian Association of sufferings


Yamen’s Yawn

On January 2, the world let Yemenis begin their new year badly for them. Remnants of Arab spring is remaining as living hell for Yamen, where over 30 million people are suffering from the conflict which was begun in 2015, after the deposition of Ali Abdullah Salah in 2012.

Mr. Abd Rboo Mamur Hadi, who abdicated Yamen after Mr. Salah, succeeded a rotten government and armed force which was loyal to Mr. Salah, former president, who worked to undermine Mr. Hadi. Seeing a rotten government, Shia characterized group Houthis, which had been marginalized from political and economic spheres, asserted their authority with help of their ideal partner Iran. Saudi, the irritant of being Houthis Shias, worked diplomatically to suppress them. While it was in vain, the first missile from Jidda had departed to Houthis on March 26, 2015. While in 2015-202, Saudi had sent 25000 air attacks on Houthis, Houthis in turn with backed troops from Iran had retaliated with 4000 attacks.

Saudi led coalition, with whom UAE was standing strived to uproot Houthis from Sana’ capital for the Hadi government. We cannot conclude by their aspiration to reinstate the Hadi government and to capture north yamen, where Houthis are beholding. There is some geopolitical goal, which will enable overpower country for exploitation of which oil from yamen, especially from Maghrib district.

UAE and Saudi had a definite economical goal in yamen. The former is keen to keep its influence on Babul Maghrib, where at its narrowest it links Asia with Africa. By 2050, the value of this trade is expected to be grown from $880 billion to $4.7 trillion by global trade traversing through this 30 km long strait. 

About later- Saudi Arabia- is keeping its interest over Al-mahra province, linking Oman’s entire southern border and has a 560km coastline on the Arabian sea. By its presence from 2017, Saudi Arabia had taken control of Nishtun port, the Gayadt airport and places that are shared with Oman. Saudi’s master plan is started in the 1980s, is to construct an oil pipeline from east of Nishtun court on the Arabian sea, thus bypassing straight of Hormus. This plan is being materialized by a series of conflicts. Also, tussle for Maghrib where 90% of oil and gas was drawn to drone attack recently. UAE and Saudi Arabia are going to usurp and exploit this region. Over seven years of suffering, 60% of Yemenis are dying. Now world organizations are reluctant to interfere in this. We have- as a Muslim- to agitate against such brazen annexation. The first step is to stop this fighting, sadly this step is no more. 

If this fight over seven years holds any lesson, there can be no military movement, but this also no more. We have to negotiate not only with Houthis and rebels but also with counterparts. By this, we can hope for some relief and to drag peace to Yemenis. Sadly, this may be impossible because all are selfish, brazen to anything for their merits.


Amendment Must Be Amended!

Department of Personal Training [DoPT] has written to all states seeking their responses for the purposed amendment for Rule 6 of IAS cadre in central and state provisions. Earlier, the deputation of IAS and IPS officers was done s a healthy convention between states and central government. That, the state government would offer a list of those officers who are opted for deputation, the centre, after receiving the list of opted personalities, would choose those who are proposed.

Perfectly, notwithstanding a unilateral friendly convention, it was intruded by political aspirations, both centre and state had flouted such friendly conventions for their own political gains and agenda. Recent action from the centre and state governments for place and disposal of IAS officers’ shows a repetition of the action by the centre on July 2001, at its disposal of three IAS officers from Tamil Nadu cadre. Recently, on December 2020 and may 2021 centre unilaterally had done some in respect of the West Bengal cadre.

The vindictive response of states on withholding and withdrawal of the proposed list is much eye-striking. A more egregious and brazen example is holding its own position with a senior IPS officer who was subjected for not getting the nod to join the Central Bureau of Investigation, despite clearance from state government and was suspended in May 2014, when she was found relieved from state pressure for the centre.

Amendments of rule 6 {1}, which are proposed part of the centre, are totally four amendments at this moment of time existing rule is a central officer only can be deputed by central authorities only with concurrency of states concern. In this way, it is inscribed in addition to the rule that the centre will get preference in case of dispute between the centre and state government regarding deputation. From these four amendments, two of them are hardly raising concern

 First is related to post than the central government will make the mandatory member of officers, those are expected to pick up for central deputation. From state cadre for example about Kerala union government will provide twenty mandatory members of officers from state cared, centre unilaterally will force Kerala to provide that twenty officers for central vacancy another problem is that the appointment of IAS officers in contrast to their own will. Though Indian bureaucracy is lateral, beaning lateral there is no need for pushing and willing officers to the hell in their mind.

 Second is if the state is reluctant or delaying their deputation for the centre and does not give a decision on a specific time the officer shall stand relieved from state cadre, from the date as many specified by the centre. The question holds its sharp names, what if the centre unilaterally places of its disposal of key officers to state, for example, general secretary of state which is ruled by rivalry party for the centre? This question is unilaterally pleasing to be answered. According to past experience breaking out of the war between state and centre is the answer, which will revamp all federal values for our constitution, as I stated before in this space.

  According to the first amendment, the centre will publish the list on central deputation reserve CDR, which cannot be more than 40% of the actual strength at any point.

Third is as stated before if state and centre why is going into clash decision taken by the centre will hold its position than the state. The state is compelled to give effect within is specified time.

 Why government is keen on such an amendment? yeah, there had a reason for that if recent calculations are indexing that in 2021, there is a total of 6709 IS officers, among whom only 6.6 per cent of them -445 officers- were posted, again in 2021 from middle IAS officers only 10 per cent was posted for the centre. A sudden shortfall from 19 in 2019 to 10 in 2021 forced the government to take such a decision.

In such cases, the union government was enthralled by the decision of four amendments. But, here what had been said by venerated Patel is coming to its point. Venerable politician, in his speech to the constituent assembly on October 10, 1949, that “The union government would go, you would not a good All India Service [AIS], which has the independence to speak from their mind…”. after scrutinizing words by Patel, who championed the creation of IAS and IPS as ASI, who considered ASI as essential knit of our federal administration, which had our republic regime enthralled, ask yourself about those four amendments –from which two of four considered as dangerous- you will get, perfectly it is unsuitable for our republic, democratic and federal country.

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