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The Third MRCM-Recall demand , promise –

Introduction

Our party’s name is ‘Mine Royalties (and Land Rent) for Citizens and Military’. And till now, the Manifesto has spoken only about Registration of YES/NO of citizens. Well, to obtain the mines’ royalties and land rents, it is necessary to get some Govt Orders signed. And since existing CMs and PM are agents of elitemen, they will never sign the required GOs. So a procedure by which citizens can issue GOs is necessary, and hence the Second MRCM demand for effective registration of YES/NO.

The MRCM party is committed to 3rd proposed GO which we shall describe in this chapter. But we want to enact this law using the Second Proposed GO and using YESes of over 50% of voters of India i.e. YESes about 37.5 crores voters. IOW, MRCM Party does not need majority in Parliament to get a favorable GO, and we dont need even one MP in Parliament to enact this law. We only need Second Proposed GO to get signed and we will have this forth proposed GO within 2 weeks. This is important part of our strategy.

The Third proposed Govt Order MRCM demands at National Level

The most important of all changes the MRCM Party demands and promises is - The land rent over IIMA plot, JNU plot, all UGC plots, Ahmedabad airport plot, all airports plots and 10000s of such GoI plots and royalties from all mines, coal and crude oil of India must go the Citizens of India , Military and no one else. And it must go directly, not via any schemes. This shall translate into an income of over Rs 8000 per person per year. Per person, not per family. And this shall drastically reduce poverty, increase demand, increase industries and this increase employment. Here is how the land rent and mine royalties shall come to the citizens of India. If we come into power, on the first day, we shall issue the first 2 as well this 3rd change, which shall enable citizens to have income of over Rs 700 per month.
Summary of the proposed third change in administration Citizens’ control over main officer

1. One of the clauses of the draft of Forth MRCM Govt Order says : “the PM shall appoint a NLRO (National Land Rent Officer), whom the citizens of India may replace using the following procedure... ” . The procedure is as follows
- Any citizen can pay deposit equal to MP election and register himself as candidate for NLRO.
- Any citizen of India can walk to Talati’s office, pay Rs 3 of fee and approve at most five persons for the NLRO position. The Talati will issue receipt with his voter-id#, persons he approved etc.
- The Talati will put citizen’s preferences on Govt website with his voter-ID.
- A citizen can cancel his approvals any day as well..
- On every 1st of the month, the PM’s secretary will publish the approval counts of each candidate
- If a candidate gets approval of over 50% of all registered voters (all registered voters, not just those who have filed their approval) then PM will expel existing NLRO and appoint that candidate as NLRO.
- If any person has over 50% approvals and has 2% more approvals than existing NLRO, then the PM will appoint the person with highest approvals for that position.

2. The NLRO will allocate the lands which has been declared as property of the Citizens of India by a law or a National Jury verdict that specifically authorizes the NLRO allocate that land.

Collection of rent

3. One of the clauses of the forth Govt Ordinance MRCM Party demands says : “The Citizens of India hereby decide and declare that the plot of IIMA, plot of Gujarat Vidyapeeth Ahmedabad, plots of all IIMs and the plot of JNU is the property jointly and equally owned by the Citizens of India. These plots are NOT property of the State or the State of India or the Union of India or any other private/GoI entity, but these plots are property of the Citizens of India. Further, all the plots of all UGC funded universities and colleges not owned by private companies or trusts are declared as the property of the citizens of India. And all plots under Central Govt and Govt entities are also hereby declared as the property of the Citizens of India. All the Ministers, officers and judges of India, including the Supreme Court judges, are hereby requested NOT to admit any plea that challenges this decision and verdict of the citizens of India.

Another clause says : all plots under following Ministries/Dept will also come under NLRO :
- Ministry of Tourism
- Airports, all buildings owned by Air India and Indian Airlines
- IIMs, all UGC funded colleges and universities except science and engineering
- Ministry Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution
- Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
- Ministry of Information Technology
- Ministry of Rural Development
- Ministry of Small Scale Industries & Agro and Rural Industries
- Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
- Ministry of Textiles
- Ministry of Tourism and Culture
- Ministry of Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation
- Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports
- Planning Commission

5. [About IITs, IISc etc : A separate Govt Order we demand says: --- All the IITs, NITs and IISc shall come under DRDO and the DRDO director shall be the Chief Officer of these colleges and shall appoint Deputy Chiefs in these colleges to run the day today operations. The colleges teaching science and engineering will come under Ministry of Science and will not come under NLRO.However, the excess lands which these colleges have will come under NLRO]

6. For the unused land, NLRO will divide the land in plots of appropriate sizes as he seems most profitable. NLRO will hold auction for each plot. The conditions for auction will be as follows
- The lease will be for 5, 10, 15 , 20 or 25 years as decided by NLRO. The lease shall never be more than 25 years
- The bidders will give bids for monthly rent and bidding period which can be less than maximum lease period. So bids will be in (monthly rent , months lease) format. One person can submit multiple bids. Minimum lease period will be 12 months.
- The weight of the bid will Monthly_Rent / log(Lease_In_Months). i.e. more the rent, higher the weight and longer the lease, lesser the weight.
- The bids will be open
- The NLRO will give the plot as per weight of the bids.
- NLRO will charge 3 months rent as deposit.

7. During the lease time, the NLRO will revise the rent every 3 years based on % change in the land prices in the 1sq km area around that plot and % change in interest rate from the day the plot was leased and the day when rent revision occurs.

8. After the lease time is over, NLRO will hold a fresh auction, where in existing lease holder will get benefits
- his weight will get multiplies by 1.25 to 1.5 depending on number of years he has paid rent.
- he may increase his bid within 1 month after auction is over.
- the existing lease holder will get 2 to 6 months new rent when he vacates.

9. But if existing lease holder loses the auction, then he can move or sell the fixtures on that land. But he will need to vacate that land.

10. If the plot is currently being used and occupied (eg IIMA plot), NLRO will take the mean land price in past 3 years of sale in 1 km area round the plot and decide the price of plot and set yearly rent as (market_price * prime_interest_rate/3) for next 10 years. The rents will be revised every 3 years.After 10 years, an auction as in clause-6 will be conducted.

Dispatching rents

11. The NLRO will give 34% of the rent collected to Defense Minister for the purpose of strengthening Military and providing weapons and weapon-use education to all citizens.

12. The NLRO will distribute 33% of the rent collected every month to the citizens born in that State or residing in the State for past 15 years, with maximum limit of twice the National per capita rent given last year.

13. The NLRO will distribute the rest 33% the rent collected every month to the citizens of India

14. The share will be zero for those below age of 7 years, 1/4th to those below 14 years, half for those below 18 and same afterwards.

15. One year after this law is passed, the rent a person obtains
- will increase by 33% if he has no kids
- will decrease by 33% if he has more than (2 daughters, 1 son) or (1 daughter, 1 son) or 2 sons or 3 daughters and in which youngest kid is born 1 year after the law is passed
- will decrease by 66% if he has more than (3 daughters, 1 son) or (2 daughters, 2 sons) or (1 daughter, 2 sons) or 3 sons or 4 daughters and in which youngest kid is born 1 year after the law is passed

16. The rent paid will be 33% higher for men above 60 and women above 55 ; and will be 66% higher for men above 75 and women above 70.

Dispatching mine royalties

As of now, the mine plots are auctioned to the one who gives highest royalties. The same procedure will continue but may get modified later to improve the bids. But the one change MRCM Party demands and promises is that mine royalties and crude oil royalties will go to commons and Military directly.

The third MRCM demand , promised Govt Order at State Level

The proposed Govt Order is same as the one at National Level. Essentially, all plots under State Govt not used by Police, Courts, Military, Prison, Govt Schools, Govt Hospitals , State Transport bus stations and plots specifically exempted by a law passed after Jan-1-2008 shall be up for rent collection. The State Land Allocation Officer shall collect the rents and give 34% to Military, 33% to citizens residing in the State (with a cap) and rest 33% or more to citizens of India. Whether the land is under State or Center, the rent is divided in the same fashion.

How much is land rent?

The Govt of India, Central and States, have 10000s of plots with huge marker value. Here is a small example

IIM Ahmedabad 100 acres Rs 40,000 Rs 1,400 crores
IIM Lukhnow 200 acres Rs 20,000 Rs 1,600 crores
IIM Lucknow (Noida) 10 acres Rs 50,000 Rs 200 crores
IIM Kolkata 135 acres Rs 20,000 Rs 1,000 crores
IIM Indore 190 acres Rs 15,000 Rs 500 crores
JNU 1000 acres Rs 40,000 Rs 16,000 crores
Gujarat Vidyapeeth 25 acres Rs 40,000 Rs 400 crores
Gujarat University 250 acres Rs 35,000 Rs 3,500 crores
TOTAL Rs 27,000 crores
So what shall be the rent if these plots are given out to builders? Rent of the nine plots at 3% of market value of plot = Rs 27,000 cr * 3/100 = Rs 810 cr a year = over Rs 7 per citizen per year. Now these plots are no where as valuable as many other prime plots such as Mumbai Airport, Ahmedabad Airport, Bangalore Airport etc.

Here are more examples
Ahmedabad Airport 1850 acres Rs 40,000 Rs 29,600 crores
Mumbai Airport 1100 acres Rs 100,000 Rs 44,600 crores
Delhi Airport 5000 acres Rs 100,000 Rs 200,000 crores
Banglr. Airport (new) 4050 acres Rs 10,000 Rs 32,400 crores
Banglr. Airport (old) 1000 acres Rs 100,000 Rs 40,000 crores
Calcutta Airport 1500 acres Rs 30,000 Rs 18,000 crores
Chennai Airport 4800 acres Rs 40,000 Rs 76,800 crores
TOTAL Rs 440,800 crores

So what shall be the rent if these plots are given out to builders? Rent of these airport plots at 3% of market value of plot = Rs 440,800 cr * 3/100 = Rs 13,224 cr year = Rs 120 per citizen per year !! The Govt has about 50000 plots by one estimate. Even if rent from each plot is as small as 20 paise per person per year on an average, the rent exceeds Rs 12000 per person per year. Either we commons will get this rent or land prices will drastically decrease (latter is what will actually happen) which will enable us commons to buy homes at lesser % of our incomes and start businesses.

How much is mine royalties?

The mine royalties estimation is possible, but varies selling prices fluctuate. Here is an estimation based on Jun-2008 prices. The estimation uses following method, which are borne from laws I am proposing. As per laws I am proposing, the mines and oil wells will be leased using competitive bidding. So the charge miners would charge will be rock bottom low and will depend on prevailing labor wages in India and cost of equipment. Now in the laws I am proposing the Govt would charge international selling price from the buyers. The difference would be royalty of which 67% will go to citizens directly and 33% would go to the Military.

Following is my estimate of crude oil royalty based on Jun-2008 prices

Crude oil

Oil international price = $140 per barrel
Extraction price in India = below $25 per barrel including all costs.
(As on Jun-2008 oil companies charge $55 per barrel and make huge profits which becomes loss due to buying oil at $150 from international market. $25 is price Indian oil companies were charging in early 2000s to Indian refineries. To that add the fact that Indian oil companies are hugely over staffed and over pay their employees. eg clerk in ONGC gets about Rs 20000 including all perks and expenses while clerk in private gets Rs 8000 or so).
Production in India = 660,000 barrels per day
= 660,000 * 365 barrels per year 30
= 24,09,00,000 barrels per year
= 24 crore barrels per year
Population = 110 cr commons
Per capita Production in India = 0.22 barrels per Indian
Profit = 115 dollars per barrel
Total profit in dollars = 0.22 * 115 = $25 dollars per Indian
Dollar price rate = Rs 45 per dollar
So profits in rupees = $25 * 45 = Rs 875 per common per year

Iron Ore

production = 123 million tonne = 12.3 cr tonnes = 0.11 ton per Indian
price = 150 dollars per tonne = Rs 7600 per tonne
mining cost = Rs 300 per tonne
Profit per tonne = Rs 7200
Profits per common = 0.11 * Rs 7200 = Rs 730 per year
IOW, if crude oil is given to refineries at International price, and profits are dispatched to every Indian, every Indian will get Rs 875 a year. This was just crude oil. The royalties that come from coal, natural gas, granite, marble, kota stone, copper, alumina, iron ore and waters also form sizeable amounts. Once citizens know that they are getting mines’ royalties, they will curb the mine mafias and this will enable honest people to enter the mining business and thus royalties will increase by several folds. As per our estimates, the mine royalties will exceed Rs 4000 to Rs 6000 per person per year So mine royalties and land rents will add to about Rs 18000 per person per year. Of this 33% will go to Military. So the citizens will get about Rs 12000 per person per year. This money is not dole, it is money from the plots and mines we citizens own. The money is not coming from any tax. There is no “tax the rich, feed the poor” proposal. It is simply about mines and plots we citizens own.

This administrative change is THE change for which all other changes are suggested by our MRCM Party. We are proposing other changes only to bring this change and to ensure the change stays after bringing it. As of today, land rent and creation of new M3 are the principal two reasons why we commons are poor. The forth demand shall reduce us commons’ poverty.

Effect of land rent collection

Once the land rent act is enacted, one of the two things will happen
1. either we commons will gain say Rs 1000 per person per month OR
2. the price of land will fall, as renting makes hoarding impossible.
The latter is more likely. Now if price of land falls, then housing price will fall, which will improve quality of the lives of us commons --- many of us commons who live in slums will be able to move to say 1BHK flats. And if price of land falls, number of businesses will rise (since as real estate cost drops, it becomes easy for craftsman to expand), and we commons will have far more jobs and better salaries. Higher industrialization would increase the mineral prices, and so the mines’ royalties will increase. So in any case, the proposal of land rent from IIMA plot, other IIM plots, JNU plot and 10000s of plots and mines we commons own is bound to benefit us commons by a substantial amount. So land rent and mine royalties proposal will create incomes, reduce poverty, improve land and houses availability to the poor and middle class. Thus it will increase purchasing powers of the poor and middle class. The increase in purchasing powers will increase demands and thus increase industries and which will increase employment and skills. And it shall also strengthen our Military.

Effect of not collecting land rent

The effect of not collecting is plain injustice, exploitation of poor via rich and unfair increase in economic equality. eg Consider airport plots. If rents were collected from airports, then the wealth plain ticket buyers would have given out money to the owner of the land namely us commons. Consider Delhi Airport which serves 2 cr passengers a year has rent value of Rs 6000 cr per year or Rs 3000 per passenger. Consider an eliteman who used the Delhi airport 20 times in a year. But by not charging him land rent of Rs 3000 per flight, his richness increased by Rs 600,000. And every common of India lost Rs 60 per year as he did not get any land rent from the Delhi Airport plot he owned. This only increases the wealth/income gap by unfair means of rent denial.

The clauses to expel/replace NLRO

The rent is to be collected and dispatched by officer titled as National Land Rent Office (NLRO). The rents will be determined by standard calculations based on market prices and interest rates, so NLRO does not have discretionary powers there. But he does have some discretionary powers in deciding the process of making sub-plots. So what would stop NLRO from siphoning all the rent into his pocket? Well, the forth MRCM demand , promise has clauses which shall enable us commons to expel/replace NLRO. These replacement system is the key that shall enable us commons to find an NLRO who believes in dispatching rents to us commons.

The draft of the third proposed change at National Level
Govt Order : Registering citizens Approvals for NLRO candidates

Procedure for Procedure / instruction

1 The word citizen would mean a registered voter of India

2 PM PM would appoint an IAS officer as NLRO (National Land Rent Officer) .

3 CS (Cabinet Secretary)

If any citizen wishes to be NLRO, he may appear in person or place affidavit before CS. The CS is hereby ordered to accept his candidacy for NLRO after taking fee same as deposit amount for MP election. CS will issue him a serial number.

4 CS The CS may assign above task to any class-1 officer.

5 Talati

A citizen can come in person to Talati’s office, pay Rs 3 fee and approves at most five persons for NLRO position. The Talati will enter his approvals in the computer and issue him a receipt with his voter-id#, date/time and the persons he approved.

4 Talati

The Talati will put the preferences of the citizen on Govt website as decided by the CS or Collector with citizen’s voter-ID number and his preferences.

5 Talati

If a citizen comes to cancel his Approvals, the Talati will cancel one of more of his approvals without any fee.
6 CS On every Monday, CS publish approval counts for each candidate.
Govt Order : Replacement of NLRO

Procedure for Procedure / instruction

1 PM The word citizen would mean a registered voter of India
2 PM
If a candidate gets approval of over 50% of ALL registered citizen-voters (ALL, not just those who have filed their approval) in a district, then PM may expel the
existing NLRO and appoint the person with highest approval count as NLRO. 3 PM If the person on the seat has come by approvals, and the person with highest
approval must have 2% more approvals than existing one, then and then only the PM will appoint the person with highest approvals for that position. 4 PM
If the person’s approval is below 33%, then PM may replace him with his appointee. But as long as approval is above 33% , PM will not replace him with
his appointee. Govt Ordinance : Ownership of plots under GoI

Procedure for Procedure / instruction

Supreme Court judges, High Court judges, PM, all citizens
The Citizens of India hereby decide and declare the plot of IIMA, plots of all IIMs and the plot of JNU as the property jointly and equally owned by the Citizens of india. These plots are NOT property of the State or the State of India or the Union of India or any other private/GoI party, but these plots are property of the Citizens of India. Further, all the plots of all UGC funded universities and colleges not owned by private companies or trusts are declared as the property of the citizens of India. All the officers and judges of India, including the PM, all the High Court judges and all the Supreme Court judges, are hereby requested NOT to admit any plea that opposes this decision and verdict of the Citizens of India.

SCjs, HCjs, PM, All citizens
All plots under following Ministries/Dept will come under NLRO :
- Ministry of Tourism
- Airports, all buildings owned by Air India and Indian Airlines
- IIMs, all UGC funded colleges and universities except those teaching science and engineering
- Ministry Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution
- Ministry of Human Resource Development
- Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
- Ministry of Information Technology
- Ministry of Rural Development
- Ministry of Small Scale Industries & Agro and Rural Industries
- Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
- Ministry of Textiles
- Ministry of Tourism and Culture
- Ministry of Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation
- Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports
- National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)
- Planning Commission
NLRO will have NO jurisdiction over land plots owned by private persons or companies or trusts or land plots owned by State Govt or Cities or Districts. He willhave no jurisdiction on plots used Military , Courts, Prisons, Railways, Bus Stations, Govt Schools till class XII and tax collection offices PM, All officers All IITs, NITs and IISc shall be made part of DRDO, and the DRDO director shall be the Chief Officer of these colleges or shall appoint Deputy Chief Officers in these colleges to run the day today operations. The colleges teaching science and engineering will come under Ministry of Science and will not come under NLRO.
Govt Ordinance : Collection of rents from GoI owned plots

Procedure for Procedure / instruction

1 NLRO
For the unused land, NLRO will divide the land in plots of appropriate sizes as he seems most profitable. NLRO will hold auction for each plot. The conditions forauction will be
- The lease will be for 5, 10, 15 , 20 or 25 years as decided by NLRO. The lease cannot be more than 25 years.
- The bidders will give bids for monthly rent and bidding period which can be less than maximum lease period. So bids will be in (monthly rent , months
lease) format. One person can submit multiple bids. Minimum lease period will be 12 months.
- The weight of the bid will Monthly_Rent / log(Lease_In_Months). i.e. more the rent, higher the weight and longer the lease, lesser the weight.
- The bids will be open
- The NLRO will give the plot as per weight of the bids.
- NLRO will charge 6 months rent or collateral as deposit.
- the tenant will be free to evacuate land any day and stop paying any rent

2 NLRO
During the lease time, NLRO will revise the rent every 3 years based on % change in the land prices in the 1sq km area around that plot and % change in prime lending interest rate from the day the plot was leased and the day when rent revision occurs.

3 NLRO
After the lease time is over, NLRO will hold a fresh auction, where in existing lease holder will get benefits
- his weight will get multiplied by 1.1 to 1.5 depending on number of years he has paid rent.
- he may increase his bid within 3 months after auction is over.
- the existing lease holder will get 20% to 50% the 6 months’ advance rent new lease holder is paying depending on number of months he had held the land.

4 NLRO
But if existing lease holder loses the auction, then he can move or sell the fixtures on that land. But he will need to vacate that land.

5 NLRO
If the plot is held by an existing entity, the entity will get 25% plus (25% * lease in months /300), maximum of 50% , bonus in the bid i.e. its bid will be multiplied with 1.25 to 1.50 , but no more.

6 NLRO
If the plot is currently being used and occupied , NLRO will take the mean land price in past 3 years of sale in 1 km area round the plot and decide the price of plot and set (market_price * prime_interest_rate/3) as yearly rent for next 10 years. The rents will be revised every 3 years. After 10 years, rules stated from clause-1 onwards of this section will apply

7 NLRO
NLRO will give 34% of rent collected to Defense Minister for the purpose of strengthening Military and providing weapons and weapon-use education to all citizens.

8 NLRO
NLRO will dispatch 33% of the rent collected every month to the citizens residing in the State for past 10 years with limit of twice the amount received by citizens of India in last year. NLRO will dispatch rest of rent collected every month to the
citizens of India.

9 NLRO
One year after this law is passed, the rent a person obtains
o will increase by 33% if he has no kids
o will decrease by 33% if he has more than (2 daughters, 1 son) or (1 daughter,
1 son) or 2 sons or 3 daughters and in which youngest kid is born 1 year after
the law is passed
o will decrease by 66% if he has more than (3 daughters, 1 son) or (2 daughters,
2 sons) or (1 daughter, 2 sons) or 3 sons or 4 daughters and in which youngest
kid is born 1 year after the law is passed

7 NLRO
The rent paid will be 33% higher for men above 60 and women above 55 ; and will
be 66% higher for men above 75 and women above 70.

8 NLRO
No rent shall be paid to child below 7 years ; the rent to citizens between 7 to 14 will
be 1/rd the normal and between 14 and 18 will be 2/3rd of the normal rent paid. .
Govt Ordinance : Collection of Mines’ Royalties

Procedure for Procedure / instruction

All Dept Secretaries

All the Department Secretaries who are in-charge of mines or crude oil wells or collecting royalties from mines or crude oil wells are ordered to send the royalties collected to NLRO

2 NLRO

The NLRO shall divide the royalties amongst Military, the citizens residing in the State and citizens of India in the same ratio as Land Rent described in the Ordinance dealing with distribution of Land Rent

Some remarks on the draft of the law

1. The purpose to bring this change via two Govt Orders and three Govt Ordinance rather than one single GO with 5 sections is to expose the hostiles and also to save the scheme from the hostiles.

2. The Govt Order-2 (dealing with Replacement of NLRO) creates a mass base as well as mass pressure over NLRO. The existing “democracy” did not deliver the land rent to us commons, as the existing democracy enables us commons only to create leaders with mass base but no mass pressure. i.e. we commons don’t have any procedure to threaten the top official of immediate expulsion if he decides to become agent of elitemen.

3. Given the absence of mass pressure, all neta choose to be become agents of elitemen rather than act as agents of us commons, and so we did not get land rent for 60 years. The Govt Order -2 creates a mass pressure on NLRO to dispatch rents.

Cost of dispatching payments to 110 crore citizens
How easy/difficult it is to dispatch land rent and mine royalties to 110 cr commons? This task will done using Universal Banking System (described later) in which every citizen will have exactly one

citizen-account in State Bank of India (or a Govt Bank) close to home. The amount dispatched by NLRO will be added to the citizen’s account and withdrawal can be done at most once a week in denominations of Rs 100/- with maximum of Rs 1000/- a week. The account owner will need to bring his passbook with photo and the cheque with signature and thumb print to be put in from of cashier and camera inside the bank. With this very restricted procedure a cashier can give out 30 payments per hour or about 200 persons in his 8 hour shift or about 5000 payments in a month. So to deliver one payment a month to 110 cr citizens, the SBI would need 110cr/5000 = about 220,000 cashiers. Further, till a child is of 14 years, the payment will go into parents’ accounts and so the number of clerks required will reduce by about 20% to 180,000 clerks. IOW, using about 180,000 cashiers India wide , some 10000 supervisors and 10000 other staff, it is possible to dispatch 110cr payments every month. And as ATM become more widespread, this number can be decreased and number of cash-outs per month can be increased. To decrease impostering, the persons in a locality may form a group of at least 10 person and maximum of 20 persons to be referred as “group of reciprocal witnesses”. If the person is member of group of 10, then restriction is that at least 5 persons in that group must accompany him when he goes for withdrawal. In general, all ten will go for withdrawal on the same day and same time. If the person is part of such group, everyone in group will get the amount at together and thumb prints of five mutual witnesses will be taken on the payment receipt.

One argument we often hear against our forth demand is that managing a network of 100,000 to 200,000 clerks will be impossible and so instead the money should be spent in education, health etc. Well, to teach 25 cr kids between age of 5 and 17, we would one teacher per 100 students at least i.e. 25 lakh teachers. The schools needed will be at least about 2 sqm per student i.e. 50 cr sqm of floor space. To serve 100 cr citizens in Hospitals, we would need at least one doctor per 2000 citizens i.e.500,000 doctors and about 10,00,000 nurses. In addition, we would require 1000s of buildings for hospitals. IOW, providing education to 25 cr students and health to 100 cr citizens requires 20-100 times more staff than staff to dispatch 100 cr rent payments. So while we at MRCM Party certainly do support education, health etc. we see no need to cancel the “rent dispatch” scheme on the grounds of “number of clerks” needed. The number of clerks needed to 100 cr payments every month dispatch payments is no more than 200,000 and is far less than alternative schemes.

The draft of the forth proposed change at State Level Similar to draft at the National Level. So we posted the draft at http://www.rahulmehta.com/forth_proposed_change.htm

Exercises

1. How much was crude oil production India in 2008? Assuming cost of production did not change in
2008 from that in 2006, and if $135 per barrel was collected from buyer, how much money would citizens of India get, as per your estimate?

2. What is the land area of Mumbai airport? What is the approximate price per square meter? How much would citizens of India get if rent is 3% a year of the market value?

3. What is land area of the largest university in your district? How is approximate price of the plot and rent per citizen of India assuming rent rate of 3% of value a year?

4. Does Indian Budget consider land rent deemed as subsidy?

5. Why do intellectuals of India insist that we commons MUST not get mines’ royalties directly and get it only via schemes?

6. Why do intellectuals of India insist that we commons MUST not get land rents directly and get benefits only via schemes?


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For MCRM to be useful in the long term, firstly RTI2 and RTR environment officer and RTR forest officer should come and other long term sustainability schemes should come with it.


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प्रश्न १ :- क्या आप जानते है की सरकार को जो पैसा मिनेरल रोयालिटी और सरकारी ज़मीन के किराये से आता है वो पैसा कहाँ जाता है?
उत्तर :- इसका हिसाब अगर आप मांगने जायेंगे तो आपको कहीं नहीं मिलेगा. सिर्फ सरकारी कार्यालयों में धक्के मिलेंगे. ये पैसा सीधे सरकारी खजाने में जाता है और वह से गायब हो जाता है. अब ये कहाँ और कैसे गायब हो जाता है ये तो सब जानते है.


प्रश्न २ :- ये कितना पैसा होता है?
उत्तर :- ये लगभग ३०,००० करोड़ के करीब होता है. इतना पैसे सालाना भारत से लूटा जाता है. वैसे आप ये ओ जानते होंगे के ३०,००० करोड़े में कितने जीरो लगते है नहीं?? तो मै लिख देता हूँ ३०,०००,००,००,००,००० इतना सारा पैसा!!


अगर ये पैसा आपको मिले तो? जी नहीं मै मज़ाक नहीं कर रह हूँ ये पैसा आप का है और आपको ही मिलना चाहिए.


प्रश्न ३ :- लेकिन ये पैसा आपको कैसे मिलेगा?
उत्तर :- इस के लिए आपको ज्यादा कुछ नहीं करना है सिर्फ मेरे बनाये इस ड्राफ्ट को सप्पोर्ट करें !
इस ड्राफ्ट का नाम ही MRCM (MINERAL ROYALITY FOR CITIZEN & MILITARY).
इस ड्राफ्ट के तेहत एक ऐसा कानून बनाया जायेगा जिसके ज़रिये ये सारा (MINERAL रोयालिटी का)पैसा (CITIZEN)जनता को और इसका थोडा हिस्सा हमारी सेना बालों(MILITARY) को जायेगा.
तो आप सोचे रहे होंगे की अगर ये सारी जनता को और सेना को जायेगा तो आपको क्या मिलेगा. मै बताता हूँ !


मिनेरल रोयालिटी का पैसा = ३०,०००,००,००,०००
भारत की जनता = १२०,००,००,००० ( कुल भारतीय )
प्रति भारतीय = २५०


तो हर भारतीय ओ लगभग रु २५० प्रति माह मिलेंगे.


प्रश्न ४ :- रु २५० महीने से क्या लाभ होगा ?
उत्तर :- भारत में करीब ८० करोड़े लोग ऐसे है जो रोजाना रु २० कमाते है. उनके लिए तो ये बहुत ही उपयोगी होगा.
कम से कम वो लोग भूख के कारण तो नहीं मरेंगे. अपने लिए न सही कम से कम अपने इन भाइयों / बहनों के लिए ही इस ड्राफ्ट को सप्पोर्ट/समर्थन करें.
धन्यवाद.


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