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Events in Life of Kisan Hazare
• Launched
Bhrashtachar
Virodhi Jan
Aandolan
(BVJA)
• Padma
Bhushan
• Padma Shri1990-92
• S...
Idea’s and Ideologies
 Non-Violence
 Anti Corruption
 Self-rule (Swaraj)
 Upliftment of socially backward classes.
 C...
Ralegan Siddhi
 Grain bank
 Gram sabha
 Education
 Milk production
 Prohibition of alcohol
 Removal of untouchabilit...
Transformation of Ralegan Siddhi
• Amendment
was made to the
Bombay
Prohibition Act
of 1949 in the
year 2009
Prohibition o...
Prohibition of Alcohol
 Liquor dens were closed down.
 Alcohol was banned.
 Prohibition could come into force in a vill...
Grain Bank
 Objective: Food Security
 Initiated in 1980 in the temples of Ralegan
Siddhi.
 To overcome drought and crop...
Watershed Development Programme
 Water intensive crops were banned.
Example: Sugarcane
 Cash crops were introduced.
Exam...
Milk Production
 Milk production being secondary occupation
was promoted in Ralegan Siddhi.
 Purchase of new cattle's wa...
Education
 In 1932: 1st single classroom school was built.
 By 1976: Started preschool
 In 1979: Started high school
 ...
Gram Sabha
 Gandhian Philosophy
 1998-2006: Campaign for Gram Sabha Act led
to it’s amendment.
 Mandatory to seek sanct...
Removal of untouchability
 Social barriers were eliminated.
 Social discrimination was eliminated.
 Marriage of Dalits ...
Contribution to Indian Politics
 Gram Sabha
 Demand for NOTA
 Fast for Right To Information
 Fast unto death for Jan L...
Jan Lokpal Bill Movement
 Anna Hazare began his indefinite fast on 5th
April 2011 at Jantar Mantar in Delhi.
 Demanded f...
Jan Lokpal Bill Movement
 A Joint Drafting Committee consist of five
nominee ministers of the Government of India
and fiv...
Right To Information
 On 20 July 2006 the Union Cabinet amended
the Right to Information Act 2005 to exclude
the file not...
Why Anna Hazare did not join Aam Aadmi
Party?
 Because, Anna Hazare believes in Swaraj.
 In August, Hazare decided to re...
Thankyou!
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Kisan bapat baburao hazare (anna)

  1. 1. Events in Life of Kisan Hazare • Launched Bhrashtachar Virodhi Jan Aandolan (BVJA) • Padma Bhushan • Padma Shri1990-92 • Set up investigati on against 4 ministers 2003 • Fast unto death for revised Right to Information Act (RTI) • Honorary Doctorate2005-06 • Demanded for NOTA • Anti corruption fast for Jan Lokpal Bill • Indian of the Year (NDTV) 2011 • Jan Lokpal Bill Passed • Allard Prize for International Integrity 2013 -14 • Born in Bhinagar in Maharashtra. 1940 • Truck Driver for Army, Later Soldier 1963 • Contemplated suicide after retiring but dedicated his life for Social Cause. 1978 • Development model of Ralegan Sidhi 1978 onwards • 2 Cabinet Ministers droped out 1995-96
  2. 2. Idea’s and Ideologies  Non-Violence  Anti Corruption  Self-rule (Swaraj)  Upliftment of socially backward classes.  Creation of ideal villages based on Gandhian philosophy.
  3. 3. Ralegan Siddhi  Grain bank  Gram sabha  Education  Milk production  Prohibition of alcohol  Removal of untouchability  Watershed development programme
  4. 4. Transformation of Ralegan Siddhi • Amendment was made to the Bombay Prohibition Act of 1949 in the year 2009 Prohibition of Alcohol • In the year 1980 Grain Bank • Water intensive crops were banned and cash crops were introduced. • 70 acres of irrigation land was converted into 2,500 acres land. Watershed Development Programme • Encourged purchase of new cattles • Improvement in existing breed Milk Production • In 1932 1st single classroom school was built. • By 1976: Preschool • In 1979: High School • A charitable trust, “ Sant Yadavbaba Prasarak Mandal “ was formed in 1979Education • Gandhian Philosophy • Campaigned from 1998-2006 for Gram Sabha Act Gram Sabha • Social barriers and discrimination was eliminated • Marriage of Dalits were held as a part of community marriage. Removal of untouchability
  5. 5. Prohibition of Alcohol  Liquor dens were closed down.  Alcohol was banned.  Prohibition could come into force in a village if 25% of the women in the village demanded it.  In the year 2009, amendment was made to the Bombay Prohibition Act of 1949 to reflect this.
  6. 6. Grain Bank  Objective: Food Security  Initiated in 1980 in the temples of Ralegan Siddhi.  To overcome drought and crop failures.  Those with surplus grains could donate a quintal.
  7. 7. Watershed Development Programme  Water intensive crops were banned. Example: Sugarcane  Cash crops were introduced. Example: Pulses, Oil Seeds  70 acres of irrigation land was converted into 2,500 acres land.
  8. 8. Milk Production  Milk production being secondary occupation was promoted in Ralegan Siddhi.  Purchase of new cattle's was encouraged.  Existing breeds were improved.
  9. 9. Education  In 1932: 1st single classroom school was built.  By 1976: Started preschool  In 1979: Started high school  In 1979: A charitable trust, “ Sant Yadavbaba Prasarak Mandal “ was formed.
  10. 10. Gram Sabha  Gandhian Philosophy  1998-2006: Campaign for Gram Sabha Act led to it’s amendment.  Mandatory to seek sanction of Gram Sabha.
  11. 11. Removal of untouchability  Social barriers were eliminated.  Social discrimination was eliminated.  Marriage of Dalits were held as a part of community marriage.  Integration of Dalits into the social and economic life.
  12. 12. Contribution to Indian Politics  Gram Sabha  Demand for NOTA  Fast for Right To Information  Fast unto death for Jan Lokpal Bill
  13. 13. Jan Lokpal Bill Movement  Anna Hazare began his indefinite fast on 5th April 2011 at Jantar Mantar in Delhi.  Demanded for a political chair and an activist chair.  Ended his fast on 9th April 2011.  Gave a deadline of 15th August 2011 to pass the bill .
  14. 14. Jan Lokpal Bill Movement  A Joint Drafting Committee consist of five nominee ministers of the Government of India and five nominees of the civil society was formed.  Started his fast unto death on 20th August’11.  Ended his fast on 28th August’11 after the Lokpal Bill passed.
  15. 15. Right To Information  On 20 July 2006 the Union Cabinet amended the Right to Information Act 2005 to exclude the file noting by the government officials from its purview.  Anna Hazare started his fast on 9 August 2006 in Alandi against the proposed amendment.  He ended his fast on 19 August 2006, after the government agreed to change its earlier decision.
  16. 16. Why Anna Hazare did not join Aam Aadmi Party?  Because, Anna Hazare believes in Swaraj.  In August, Hazare decided to remain non- political and announced that he will be working for ‘India Against Corruption.’
  17. 17. Thankyou!

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