Tuesday, 29 November 2011

[www.keralites.net] Very official love letter

 
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Re: [www.keralites.net] Mullaperiar controversy

 

Dear Friends,

In this time of potentially hazardous situation, I request all my Tamil-brethren to stand in solidarity with the Keralites, your good neighbors. Hundreds of thousands live with the Sword of Damocles hanging above their head.  This is a matter of grave concern that mustn't be dealt with mere ethnicity like Mallu and Pandy, whereas a proper planning on humanitarian basis is needed.

If anything horrific happens as we are afraid, just imagine the consequences it may bring about!!

Apart from the expected tragedy of mass-death, I'm afraid, what had happened between India and Pakistan in 1947 will be repeated between Kerala and Tamil Nadu out of long-lasting mutual hostility whose magnitude cannot be measured.  So, let's stop fighting and try to solve this issue in an amicable way on a war footing.

We cannot let people perish knowingly in a Republic where the right of each citizen is protected.

Let's hope for the best.

With Love,

Gafoooooooooo……………………..r



On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 10:28 PM, Abdul Rahiman Rawther <restoreind@ymail.com> wrote:
 

Risky  Mullaperiyar

Construction of a new Dam on Down Stream side of existing dam Reduces the risk due to an event Now ?

Proposal not yet approved ,is with ministries If approved and tendered Normally 4 to 5 years

If the project is planned and managed effectively What the poor people with anxiety and death fear do?

If there is any assured security to their life and property ?

Now the people of affect able area is on tension from Mullaperiyar to kochi in the area submersible.

The tension and stresses beard by all types of employees  reduces the effective production and Quality of product.

This is a loss to state and union. What will be the protection till completion of New Dam

The state should take up this project as a prestige

As the life span is over and there is life threat of 35 lac people

The land and Dam can be taken over by the Kerala Government

On Proper Orders .As there is security threat original deed will not stand .

To assure safety reduce the  storage capacity to 10 T M C on stages

With proper time. The sudden reduction on storage capacity may lead to minor shakes in the area as the case of natural sudden filling.

Get study the damages to foundation bottom and base of reservoir.

 

The new dam proposed is also on Geologically weak area.

Increase in further storage capacity any dam existing or new

In such region is Risky. It will increase the number and intensity of Earth quakes. By construction of a new dam in such a place always exhibits the  risk factors  even it is built as earth quake resistant.

That is Why Tamilnadu Government not agreeing with us...

 

Mullaperiyar Dam commissioned During 1895
116 years old gravity dam With a Design Life of 60 years.
Faces serious Deterioration, Moved 0.45 to 1.00 m from its original Position
Increased Sweep age due to loss of in fill material
Reduction bonding Capacity…
A structure had a design life span
Survived 2 times -116 years instead of 60
To Be decommissioned and New one Substituted
New one should be Earth Quake Resistant ,With
Higher Factor of Safety  and Advancement in Technology

VICTORIA DAM in Australia commissioned 1981 was
Decommissioned   and new one built with latest  know how
VICTORIA DAM in Australia was designed and built with
same technology and same materials
That Dam was rebuilt for the same reasons
Re Construct after Geological detailed Strata Studies
Fissures ,Fault zone Exists and Geologically weak area

Tendency of future Earth Quake increases due to increased storage Capacity
Design and Build a Dam to Safety factor considering all
Assure Safety, Stress free, Healthy  Creative Citizen


From: pramodh shivram <pramodh.shiv@gmail.com>
To: Keralites <Keralites@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, 28 November 2011 2:37 AM

Subject: Re: [www.keralites.net] Mullaperiar controversy

Dear Shenba khan

Your take on the mullaiperiyar dam is like... fighting with the guy who started the fire instead of putting off the fire and saving lives...which is what is needed at this moment.

This is not the time to fight over who is wrong or right.

This is the time to resolve all issues and find an amicable solution for the problem.

If anyone can come up with a solution and if a few others can find ways and means to put it into action, things will get sorted out.

Unlike other states, Tamil nadu and Kerala has been living peacefully as neighbors and so are their people in both the states.

And please don't be so rude...

If someone is at fault try to make him understand instead of lashing at him.

I am basically a keralite, but born and brought up in Chennai.I have more ties towards Chennai. But still, as a human, what the keralites are facing cos of this dam issue is really serious and I will address this issue in every ways possible.

You can't just say, the dam will affect only kerala and so we don't need to worry.It might affect Tamilnadu in a bigger way.

And also remember, mishaps will happen and that point of time, we will also need kerala and other states to help us out.

So don't only think of this present situation or state but look the people and neighbors.

Regards
pramodh

another one my friend is saying he is calling all peoples to reject tamil products .i am challanging to that guy. if u r true mallu first doit that..before talk about others please watch around u that u r clear and ur state.... sorry for my words .coz ur peoples talked first for that i gave my reply.. i am hesitating to talk like this

On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 11:46 PM, Babu davis Arimpilly <ababudavis@yahoo.com> wrote:

Mullaperiyar is a burning issue in kerala and all our politicians are silent why? because everybody had huge investments in tamilnadu and getting huge sums as bribe, they are frightening us of rice and vegetables then how we say India is a federal state and everybody is equal ,we should have our rights, we had given 20 members for LDF in the last govt and we got 72 kms of railway track for giving Palakkad Rly division to tamilnadu, that is our politicians boneless fellows, dont trust them for our life.

whether there is only one way to kerala, we have 600kms of coastal line and we can purchase from anywere. Dont get panic of tamils we should get united and people will start cultivating items, when they study a lesson .

What the problem is we dont have good leaders who loves kerala to take bold decisions.

And our daily manorama has more interest in MRF than kerala so they will not say anything.

I will say cancel this agreement and block all water to tamilnadu ,then they will come to us ,of-course there will be problem for some days, and also new agreement should be for a lesser period, will be renewed frequently and should take enough price for our natural resources and be used for the development of our homeland.

Now they are giving free laptops TVs with our cash.

All malayalies should be united at this point and teach this tamils a lesson and also those who makes unnecessary strikes & harthals here and make investments some were.

be united everybody for our own existence,

thank you
From: Gopalakrishnan Palakizh <gkshn49@gmail.com>
To: Keralites <Keralites@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, 26 November 2011 9:02 PM
Subject: Re: [www.keralites.net] Mullaperiar controversy

There is no word to describe the present day dangerous situation we face due to Mullaperiyar Dam. It appears that this was created by our own people and our own government.

Long back I remember to have seen an article (may be in this column or elsewhere) wherein it was mentioned that there was a doubt of the agreement period of "999" years. It said that one "9" appears to be of different shape and might have added later. If that was so, without the knowledge of officials (those times) of Kerala government, it never happens. In a such a case, the officials involved become No.1 wrongdoers.

Can we believe that whether man can make agreements for a period of 1000 years ?! This is beyond one's imagination. Maximum life span of 'Homo Sapiens' (Biological nomenclature for human beings) is 100 years (exceptions are there). Present day average life span of man is, say about, 60 years. (It was less than 50 years when the Mullaperiyar agreement was executed). A man who, in every possibility, does not live up to 100 years, has got no right to make "agreements" beyond his maximum life span, ie., 100 years. This is the logic. When the Mullaperiyar agreement was executed, both parties might have thought this "logic" and in every possibility they might have made it for a period of 99 years only.

The original agreement was executed by the Madras (British) government and the Travancore Kingdom. Naturally, after the Independence, all the agreements executed by the British government would have been treated as lapsed. But unfortunately, this Mullaperiyar Dam agreement continued. We Keralites and our government failed to foresee the consequences because of our casual approach on serious matters.

Moreover, the cunning TN (the then Madras) political set up made Kerala government ratify the old agreement. This has happened in 1970. The Achutha Menon Ministry at that time, also failed to foresee the problems, Kerala may face in future while ratifying the agreement executed by the British government.

Now we are paying for all those mistakes we, ourselves, committed earlier. Our political set up is ineffective. Ruling as well as the opposition parties can only fight verbally.

Only God can save our "God's Own Country". Pray for that.

On Thu, Nov 24, 2011 at 12:42 PM, Moinudheen Fazil <moinudheenfazil@yahoo.com> wrote:
If Kerala govt have the will, it is the right of Kerala to de-commissioning the dam. No need of an approval from Union Govt. Unfortunately the matter goes to Supreme Court. We can't do anything now, in a federal system. We have toadherethe court orders.

Even when Chami raped and killed our Soumiya, the 100% innocent, the Tamil Media demanded release of the killer. Tamil Assembly demanded the Rajiv Gandhi murder to be freed. I do not know what the tamilians needed? Do they need the right to kill anyone in India?

LTTE killed thousands of Srilankans. India supported that terrorists group. We never open our eyes.

Let 35-40 lakhs of Keralites die! Let our govt be blind!!


From: "chakkala@indiatimes.com" <chakkala@indiatimes.com>
To: Keralites <Keralites@YahooGroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 24, 2011 12:56 AM
Subject: [www.keralites.net] Mullaperiar controversy

In today's Newsroom program me of the Timesnow, while participating in the discussion relating to a film "Dam999" the famous film actress, speaking on behalf of DMK, had expressed her views. She said the film will hurt the sentiments of Tamil people and will create great amount of disharmony between the people of Kerala and Tamil Naadu. Hnce this film has not been released in TN theaters. Mr.Mohan Roy the producer/director of the film defended the theme and said that it is not about the Mullaperiar dam the film is made. There are more than 4000 dams in this country which are hundred years old and they all require, urgent attention. Since Mullaperiar is the live controversy between TN and Kerala at the current time, it catches the attention of the people when the film is shown. Mme Jayalalithaa the CM had written to the PM, asking him to interfere in the controversy. Since Kerala has brought to the notice of the center about the dangerous situation after the recent earthquake in Idukki dist. PM had volunteered to mediate between the TN and Kerala over this issue. Ultimately the proposal of the Kerala state for the construction of a new dam, may fructify.


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