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Shiv Sena today said that if the minority leader wants his demands to be met on religious grounds, As cars approach, He said he had heard a “lot of complaints” against Manjhi.“Though I was not keen to take over as CM I am accepting the proposal for the party… After all a bad atmosphere was being created (by Manjhi)…Numbers are not an issue” said Nitish who is set to address a meeting of JD(U) workers on February 15 in an apparent show of strength Nitish also accused the BJP of provoking Manjhi He said during their meeting today Manjhi told him he was planning to recommend dissolution of the house “This is not the way the cabinet system works If there is dissent a decision is reconsidered I had been hearing about the evil designs of someone (Manjhi) in the face of threat to his chair I saw a glimpse of that today How can Manjhi challenge the authority of our national president Sharad Yadav to call a party meeting” said Nitish With Manjhi not resigning as CM and Nitish being elected as JD(U) legislature party leader all eyes are now on Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi Meanwhile the JD(U) has sent a letter to the Governor informing him that Nitish has “replaced” Manjhi as the legislature party leader and has the numbers to form the government Manjhi on the other hand held a cabinet meeting in the afternoon where he proposed dissolution of the house But only seven ministers — Shahid Ali Khan Mahachandra Prasad Singh Narendra Singh Nitish Mishra Bhim Singh Brishen Patel and Vinay Bihari — supported his proposal While 12 ministers opposed it 10 stayed away Later in the evening 20 ministers loyal to Nitish resigned Manjhi however has not yet sent a recommendation for dissolution of the house to the Governor Legal experts said even if Manjhi recommends dissolution of the house the Governor can explore all options including asking Manjhi to prove his majority “An important Supreme Court ruling says that whether a CM has majority or not can be decided on the floor of the house The Governor may not dissolve the house outright and can ask Manjhi for a floor test He can later invite Nitish to form the government after asking him to parade his MLAs” said Patna High Court senior lawyer Tuhin Shanker Though some JD(U) MLAs recommended the dismissal of Manjhi and the seven ministers from the party the party leadership has put the decision on hold During his meeting with Nitish Manjhi is reported to have said that his removal would hurt the party “Manjhi again played the Dalit card and came with the one-point agenda of remaining in office The JD(U) offered him a respectable position such as the post of party vice-president or Speaker and a ministerial berth for his son but Manjhi remained defiant” said a source The Manjhi camp has claimed the support of 87 BJP MLAs and enough JD(U) MLAs to get the required 117 MLAs in the truncated House of 233 (10 vacant) “The BJP has no option but to support Manjhi who is planning to drop 21 ministers loyal to Nitish and offer the berths to other JD(U) legislators He will recommend dissolution of the house maybe after his Delhi visit” said a Manjhi loyalist MLA However BJP legislature party leader Sushil Kumar Modi said “We want fresh polls because Nitish has no mandate But we are not committing to support or not support Manjhi” Manjhi is expected to meet BJP leaders during his Delhi visit For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Robert Chambers Andrés Hueso VR Raman | Published: November 3 2017 12:30 am The preference for septic tanks remains deeply rooted and widespread (Illustration: C R Sasikumar) Related News The momentum and scale of the Swachh Bharat Mission-Gramin (SBM-G) is unprecedented Since the launch of the programme by the prime minister in October 2014 there has been an astonishing acceleration in the construction of toilets with five crore built in three years The scale and complexity facing the SBM-G make it we believe more challenging than any other rural development programme in the world Driven forward with impressive leadership and dynamism shortcomings are inevitable and rapid learning and adjustments vital and imperative for sustainable success With this in mind a day-long meeting on October 10 in Delhi of representatives of government international agencies NGOs consultants and researchers shared findings and lessons from methods for rapid learning relevant for the SBM-G This led to ideas about how to tackle concerns that had come to light Three burning issues stood out: Technical realities and what people know; their beliefs and behaviour; and unfinished business especially concerning those who are poorer marginalised and left behind The preference for septic tanks remains deeply rooted and widespread People believe they are better than the recommended more sustainable and economic twin pits because they are big and will take longer to fill and used sparingly may even never have to be emptied Due to widespread ignorance of technical details many septic tanks are not built according to the guidelines and end up contaminating the environment and damaging public health Twin leach pits have much in their favour For a few years human waste flows to the first pit Once full it is left to become manure while new waste is diverted into a second pit The first pit is emptied and the cycle starts again This technology allows time for the waste to compost and become harmless odourless and valuable fertiliser However rapid investigations found many people who had had twin pits constructed for them without any explanation of how they work They lacked a sense of ownership and believed the pits would fill up fast In consequence they were using them only some of the time continuing open defecation (OD) even in villages with 100 per cent toilet coverage This problem is acutely urgent A recent rapid survey covering over a thousand households found that the proportion of twin pits being built in SBM is declining and more and more unsustainable single leach pits are being built especially among Scheduled Castes and Tribes The solution is to empower people through knowledge Few rural people are aware of technical details or convinced by the advantages of twin pits Mason training can help but the major thrust needed is a massive communication campaign to inform all villagers of the technical options and details what they are entitled to demand in quality and quantity of materials and how to ensure masons do a full job so that they are never be short-changed with single pits or substandard construction Partial usage of toilets when some household members continue to defecate in the open was confirmed to be widespread In addition to fear of pits filling up water availability was a major factor both in drier areas and elsewhere Gender plays a part too: Women are the main fetchers of water and cleaners of toilets One flush of a toilet takes many times more water than does the lota for cleansing when defecating in the open Men are the main open defecators There can be a macho element a preference for the open air and an element of chivalry This is reinforced by conventional campaigns which stress women’s dignity and needs: Men are considerate if they leave the toilets to women so also minimising water use and the rate at which the pit will fill One rapid study discovered effective ways of changing men’s behaviour — groups of older women influencing men to adopt toilets when they go for OD The study suggests that similar gentle and positive approaches should be promoted One rapid review confirmed that for health and nutrition benefits the proportion of coverage and use remain important SBM-G verifications and several studies indicate that in practice 70-90 per cent coverage is often taken as acceptable for a declaration of open defecation free (ODF) There is no definite evidence on thresholds for coverage and use but health benefits and nutrition indicators might rise more steeply as usage approaches 100 per cent Furthermore there are many benefits of total toilet use beyond health Moreover those in the remaining 10-30 per cent without toilets are predominantly the marginalised and disadvantaged — OBC SC ST the very poor sick disabled aged and weak or living in difficult or remote areas For them additional efforts and special policies and provisions are needed Declaration and verification of ODF is a milestone Beyond ODF lie many challenges — children’s poo handwashing rural faecal sludge management solid and liquid waste management and toilets that need upgrading to name but a few Rapid learning sharing and adapting will be vital not just in the next two years but far beyond 2019 There is no last mile The scale of the achievements and milestones passed over the past three years far surpass anything we believed conceivably possible The rapid learning and reviews in the October 11 meeting confirmed that achieving a fully Swachh Bharat is not a sprint but a marathon and that rapid learning if acted on effectively should speed progress and enhance sustainability Chambers is research associate at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) University of Sussex; Hueso is the senior policy analyst (sanitation) at WaterAid; Raman is the head of policy at WaterAid India; and Myers is a research officer at IDS University of Sussex For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Bengaluru | Published: September 7 2016 2:50 am While Siddaramaiah belongs to the Congress both Goa and Maharashtra are BJP-ruled states Top News Days after the Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal asked Karnataka Goa and Maharashtra to resolve their differences amicably Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has written to the other two CMs offering to host the first round of talks on the matter While Siddaramaiah belongs to the Congress both Goa and Maharashtra are BJP-ruled states In his letter to Goa CM Laxmikant Parsekar and Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis Siddaramaiah sought their cooperation in holding talks “I sincerely hope you would in the true spirit of co-operation and collaboration agree to your state participating in the talks” his letter to the Goa CM said In an interim order on July 27 the Mahadayi tribunal had rejected Karnataka government’s plea for access to 756 TMC of water through Kalasa Banduri project The tribunal last week asked the three states to settle the dispute amicably through talks The tribunal’s rejection of Karnataka’s interim plea had led to protests in north Karnataka last month Since 2002 Karnataka has been seeking to build a canal across two tributaries of the Mahadayi — Kalasa and Banduri — to divert 756 TMC of water to Malaprabha river for supply to the three parched north Karnataka districts of Belagavi Dharwad and Gadag Although the NDA government cleared the project in 2002 it was opposed by the then Goa government led by Manohar Parrikar Goa approached the Centre with a request for a Mahadayi tribunal The Goa government argues that the Kalasa Banduri project would cause ecological damage in the state The Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal was set up on November 16 2010 The Karnataka government is of the view that the dispute can be resolved faster through mediation The Karnataka Assembly had on March 30 passed a resolution to resolve the dispute through mediation For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Castigating Panneerselvam for his alleged DMK links, The state water resources department has agreed to provide the BMC an additional 129 million litres everyday. 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