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(Express Photo by Prashant Nadkar) Top News Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday laid the foundation stone for the Rs 1600-crore Medicity an integrated joint healthcare initiative of India and UK at the Multi-Modal International Hub Airport at Nagpur (MIHAN) The joint initiative being undertaken under the umbrella ‘Indo-UK Institute of Health (IUIH)’ is the first of 11 such integrated healthcare campuses to be established across the country at a total investment of over Rs 17600 crore over the next 11 years in three different phases The Nagpur project is coming up on 151 acres in MIHAN and will have a 1000-bed hospital at the end of the third phase a nursing college a research centre education facility and manufacturing with support from King’s College Hospital London Being set up under a MoU between the two countries in 2013 and announced in the joint declaration during PM Narendra Modi’s visit to UK in 2015 the project will be jointly funded by the health and family welfare and industry ministries Speaking on the occasion Fadnavis said “Medicity is a historic happening in healthcare sector and holds the promise of turning Nagpur into a global medical tourism centre Already MIHAN is set to have AIIMS in the near future which will make the city the ultimate destination for healthcare The facility will generate about 2 lakh jobs which is quite a big number” IUIH Group MD and CEO Ajay Rajan Gupta told mediapersons “Medicity will have complete infrastructure of retail as well as commercial outlets a five-star hotel manufacturing facility that will produce diagnostic equipment apart from the hospital education and training facilities We will also do supply chain management through our tie-ups with 40 different companies” For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Chinmaya Kumar Abhishek Choudhary | Updated: February 19 2015 9:06 am The elevation of Manjhi to chief ministership by Kumar last year was intended to be a safe symbolic and short-term strategy (File photo) Related News On February 7 even as Delhi went to vote for Arvind Kejriwal as its next chief minister another drama of chief ministership was unfolding in Bihar the next state to go for assembly elections later this year The incumbent JD(U) wasn’t happy with current CM and Dalit leader Jitan Ram Manjhi In preparation for the assembly election the party — with support from its present ally the RJD — had decided it was time for Nitish Kumar who had resigned from chief ministership in May 2014 following a poor performance by his party to take back charge as CM But when asked to resign Manjhi refused Instead he held a cabinet meeting in which he proposed — allegedly with support from the BJP — the dissolution of the House Only seven of the 28 ministers supported the proposal four of the seven are upper-caste leaders and all seven either want to join the BJP or have personal grudges against Kumar Alleging a BJP-orchestrated coup on February 11 Kumar along with 130 MLAs of his coalition — the required number for forming a government is 117 (out of 233) — marched in front of Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi requesting President Pranab Mukherjee to intervene The same day though governor Keshari Nath Tripathi — a former chief of the BJP’s Uttar Pradesh unit — asked Manjhi to prove his majority in the assembly on February 20 Giving Manjhi time to prove his majority Team Kumar alleges will lead to horse-trading of MLAs With the help of the BJP’s 88 MLAs Manjhi might break the JD(U) with enough rebels to form a government But the BJP has been gleefully noncommittal so far Its rout in the Delhi assembly election has further added to the confusion Before examining future possibilities an analysis of what led to the conundrum is in order The elevation of Manjhi to chief ministership by Kumar last year was intended to be a safe symbolic and short-term strategy Even then there were rumours of the BJP attempting to run away with some JD(U) MLAs unhappy with Kumar for having broken from the NDA coalition — which as the Lok Sabha election results showed proved disastrous with the JD(U) winning only two of the 40 seats Kumar’s resignation was supposed to quell the rebellion within his party Manjhi’s elevation was also done with a view to establishing a bond with the Mahadalits who traditionally supported the JD(U) but a section of whom voted for the BJP in the Lok Sabha polls Manjhi who was earlier the minister for SC and ST welfare was never seen as Kumar’s competitor Moreover Manjhi also seemed more acceptable to new ally RJD which banking on a relatively better performance in the Lok Sabha polls (the RJD-led UPA won seven seats) preferred the 2015 chief ministership to be an open question It was assumed that Manjhi would be willing to step down whenever his party wanted him to It’s hard to say whether Manjhi was ambitious to begin with or whether his aggression is a result of his general lack of acceptability among middle- and upper-caste JD(U) leaders Whatever the reason a few months into his tenure Manjhi began to see the top post as an opportunity to consolidate the Dalit base which constitutes around 16 per cent of Bihar’s population Manjhi’s statements on the discrimination against Dalits often true but politically incorrect embarrassed fellow party workers from the middle and upper castes; his statements on developmental failures in Bihar — on one occasion he claimed Kumar had failed to reduce corruption — threatened to undo the “development man” image Kumar had assiduously built over two terms While Manjhi did initiate a few policies for the uplift of Dalits — homestead land for landless Dalits ration cards for all SCs free higher education for SC children — he never showed an inclination to talk about the more structural problems such as land reforms or even the recent biased verdicts on the caste massacres in Shankar Bigha and Laxmanpur Bathe villages In January he haphazardly posted Dalit civil servants to important positions and transferred secretaries without the consent of the concerned ministers It slowly became apparent that Manjhi had developed ambitions to see himself as CM for the next term When confronted by the party leadership Manjhi signalled that if removed he wouldn’t mind joining the BJP thereby bolstering the BJP’s chances of attracting a substantial section of Dalit votes However if Manjhi continued as CM the JD(U) risked losing the development vote bank across all castes which could electorally cause more lethal damage In the end the JD(U) decided to risk Manjhi’s ire There is a possibility of Manjhi continuing as CM with the BJP’s support The BJP has 88 MLAs and Manjhi would be required to horse trade in order to reach the magic number of 117 But the BJP unsure of whether Manjhi could gather the rest of the number hasn’t so far declared support The party’s Bihar unit is mired in its own leadership woes The defeat in Delhi has made the BJP’s central leadership more circumspect Supporting Manjhi might also confuse the BJP’s traditional upper-caste supporters On February 9 for example Manjhi’s cabinet passed a bill announcing reservations to contractors belonging to SC and ST categories in the road construction department — something upper-caste voters wouldn’t appreciate Then again thanks to the BJP’s own anti-Manjhi campaign till recently upper-caste voters hold Manjhi responsible for the declining law and order situation in the state The other perhaps more likely possibility is that Kumar would prove his majority and become CM The Manjhi fiasco may lead to a reduction in the Mahadalit vote for the JD(U)-RJD alliance but clarity about Kumar as leader would allow the alliance political stability and time to prepare better for the assembly election The alliance doesn’t have a better leader than Kumar to fight the resurgent BJP in Bihar The only remaining scenario is fresh polls The BJP has nothing to lose by this as the first two choices are riskier An early election would also mean the BJP might be able to reap some benefits from what now looks like a fast-declining Modi wave In retrospect Nitish Kumar’s decision to first elevate and then attempt to oust Manjhi from the chief ministership may appear to be a blunder But it could serve as a wake-up call for the JD(U)-RJD alliance which had become complacent and did not seem to make any progress on choosing a leader or on a joint campaign strategy Manjhi’s ouster is also likely to serve as another reminder to the alliance — it cannot win Bihar merely through a realignment of castes or palavers of secularism It’s time Kumar revised his governance lessons and pitched sensibly to voters He may not get the two-thirds majority his NDA coalition had managed in 2010 but he could certainly make an honourable comeback Kumar is an economist with the International Growth Centre Patna; Choudhary is a Delhi-based journalist For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:While some regions across Delhi-NCR saw an improvement in the air quality from "severe plus or emergency" to "severe" on Saturday the National Capital continues inhaling toxins with no respite likely for at least a week officials and experts said The stubble burning which according to the farmers is in the last phase however continued in Delhi for the third day and in Punjab Haryana and Uttar Pradesh since last week According to the satellite images from NASA the stubble burning in Delhi on Saturday was seen at different spots of north Delhi rather than earlier Narela and Tikri areas File image of farmer burning paddy husks after a harvest in Chandigarh Reuters The speed of the north-westerly winds which continue entering Delhi from Punjab and Haryana where stubble burning continues despite the National Green Tribunal directions on Saturday went down leading to a possibility of worsening of the situation "For the coming week since the wind speed is low and temperature drops the pollution levels will increase and vary within being very poor.however chances of a severe-plus or emergency situation are unlikely" Usman Naseem a researcher at the Centre for Science and Environment and member of the EPCA told IANS According to the Central Pollution Control Board at 4 pm the Air Quality Index in Delhi on Saturday was 322 against 335 on Friday both "very poor" while on Thursday due to high-wind-speed AQI was 288 considered "poor" Anand Vihar in east Delhi Delhi Technical University in north Delhi and Ghaziabad continued suffering a "severe" levels of the air pollution since last three days with a concentration of major pollutant PM25 or particles with a diameter less the 25 micrometers recorded above 300 The System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research has predicted the air quality of Delhi-NCR to further worsen over the next three days ten out of nine of its monitoring stations across NCR recorded a "very poor" air quality by 7 pm with PM25 ranging above 300 The PM25 concentration ranged between 303 to 351 across Pitampura and Delhi University in north Delhi Lodhi Road and Pusa in central Delhi Ayanagar and Mathura Road in south Delhi Noida Gurugram and IGI airport The safe limit for PM25 is 25 microgrammes per cubic meters as per international standards and is 60 as per national standards "The airspeed on Saturday has further dropped Towards 28 and 29 November the pollution levels are expected to rise due to mist or haze formation in Delhi-NCR" Mahesh Palawat director of private weather analysis agency Skymet told IANS Panneerselvam alleged there was "corruption at all levels" under the present government. he said. the chief executive said that had been under the provision of the Companies Act,” says Maxwell.Narmada (41%) and Panchmahals (36%) where the dependence on agriculture is more. 2016 12:00 am A look at the front page of The Indian Express, which gives the best view. 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