Saturday, July 6, 2013

NDA will leave behind UPA in 2014 Lok Sabha Election

 NDA will leave behind UPA in 2014 Lok Sabha election: Week surveyNDA will win 197 seats, UPA 184 seats while other parties will get a total of 162 seats in the Lok Sabha polls next year, according to a survey by The Week magazine.
As per the survey, whose sample size was not given, UPA’s vote share will come down to 31.7 per cent from 37.2 per cent in 2009 Lok Sabha polls while NDA’s vote share will go up from 23.3 per cent to 26.7 per cent in 2014 general election next year.
The vote share of other parties which was 39.5 per cent in 2009 will go upto 41.6 per cent.
The survey said 32 per cent people felt Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi will be the best Prime Minister followed by Manmohan Singh (15 per cent) and Rahul Gandhi (13 per cent).
Eight per cent people opined that Sonia Gandhi would be the best Prime Minister while five per cent each supported Mayawati and LK Advani for the top job followed by Mulayam Singh Yadav (4 per cent), Nitish Kumar (3 per cent) and Mamata Banerjee (3 per cent).
On who will be the best person for the post of Prime Minister among BJP, the survey said 56 per cent supported Narendra Modi while LK Advani got support of 15 per cent followed by Sushma Swaraj (10 per cent), Rajnath Singh (4 per cent) and Nitin Gadkari (3 per cent).
10 findings of opinion polls predicting Congress defeat
Among the Congress leaders, 39 per cent of those surveyed felt Rahul Gandhi will be best person for the top job while 25 per cent supported Manmohan Singh and 18 per cent supported Sonia Gandhi. Five per cent of those surveyed supported P Chidambaram as PM while three per cent supported AK Antony. Asked if Third Front leads the Government then who will best suited for the job, 19 per cent supported Nitish Kumar while Mayawati and Mamata Banerjee got support of 14 per cent of those surveyed.
60 per cent of those surveyed said political parties and alliances should announce their PM candidate well in advance while 26 per cent thought otherwise.
74 per cent respondents felt elections should be held in May 2014 as per schedule while 19 per cent said polls would be held early.
Asked about the crucial issues, 21 per cent said uplift of poor while 17 per cent were of the view that providing basic facilities like water, electricity and roads will be the main issue.
13 per cent felt price rise will be another key issue.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Lok Sabha Election 2009 Result

The vote counting for Indian General election poll 2009 will start on the date 16th May 2009. The result of Lok sabha election about which Political party or Alliance will win the elections and be able to form the government will be clear by the evening of 16th May 2009.

Lok Sabha Election 2009 / Polling Dates

Andhra Pradesh : 16-Apr, 23-Apr
Assam : 16-Apr, 23-Apr
Bihar : 16-Apr, 23-Apr, 30-Apr, 7-May
Chandigarh : 13-May
Chhattisgarh : 16-Apr
Daman - Diu : 30-Apr
Delhi : 7-May
Goa : 23-Apr
Gujarat : 30-Apr
Haryana : 7-May
Jammu and Kashmir : 16-Apr, 23-Apr, 30-Apr, 7-May, 13-May
Jharkhand : 16-Apr, 23-Apr
Karnataka : 23-Apr, 30-Apr
Kerala : 16-Apr, 20 May
Lakshadweep : 16-Apr
Madhya Pradesh : 23-Apr, 30-Apr
Maharashtra : 16-Apr, 23-Apr, 30-Apr
Manipur : 16-Apr, 22-Apr
Meghalaya : 16-Apr
Mizoram : 16-Apr
Nagaland : 16-Apr
Orissa : 16-Apr, 23-Apr
Puducherry : 13-May
Punjab : 7-May, 13-May
Rajasthan : 7-May
Sikkim : 30-Apr
Tamilnadu : 13-May
Tripura : 23-Apr
Uttar Pradesh : 16-Apr, 23-Apr, 30-Apr, 7-May, 13-May
Uttarakhand : 13-May
West Bengal : 16-Apr, 23-Apr, 30-Apr

Who will win Election 2009

Guess Who will win Lok sabha Election 2009 ?

BJP or Congress ?
NDA or UPA or Third Front ?
LK Advani or Mallika Sarabhai ?
Rastraniti or Rajniti ?
Terrorism Issue or Development Issue ?

Common. Make sure that You vote for coming lok sabha election 2009 , because You dont have to just guess , but participate in greatest democratic festival .

It is the Indian voter who should win at the end.

Comparison of BJP, Congress manifestos

Following are some of important comparisons in the manifestos of BJP and Congress:



It calls for reviving of anti-terrorism mechanism that has been dismantled by the Congress. The party says it will improve upon POTA to ensure it is more effective as an instrument of deterrence.It says it will launch a massive programme to detect, detain and deport illegal immigrants. It says it will completely revamp the internal and external intelligence agencies.


It says terrorism can be fought only by a united people, not by a people divided by religion. Religious polarisation that is intrinsic to the BJP severely erodes our capacity to combat terrorism.Our policy is zero-tolerance towards terrorism from whatever source it originates. More specialist battalions will be raised and positioned in key locations across the country.With the huge IT expertise available in our country, it is possible to provide every Indian with a unique identity card after the publication of the national population register in the year 2011.



The party says it will waive agricultural loans to farming community. It will set up a commission to study the entire gamut of farmers' loans and come up with an actionable solution to the deepening crisis within six months.To set a maximum ceiling of 4 per cent interest for agricultural loans to farmers from banks.BJP to introduce a pension scheme for aged and helpless farmers.


The party says it will expand schemes for improving well-being of farmers and their families.
In addition to continuing the programmes that were launched over the past five years, the party promises that every small and marginal farmer in the country will have access to bank credit at lower rates of interest.Congress will implement comprehensive crop insurance schemes.
The Congress says it is committed to ensuring that farmers get, at a very minimum, market rates for the land that is acquired for industrial projects.



Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan to be strengthened, extended and concertised further in quality, content and support system.Implementation of the mid-day meal scheme shall be revitalised on modern management lines.Universalisation of secondary education shall be speedily implemented. Special emphasis to be given on girls education at the secondary level.Institutions of higher learning to be given full autonomy coupled with accountability in real practice.


Every year, over the next five years, Congress promises to add one more model school in every block.Congress says it will implement a nation-wide skill development programme.



Income tax exemptions upto Rs 3 lakh for salaried class. Women and senior citizens will receive an additional exemption benefit of Rs 50,000.

Get the BJP Election 2009 Manifesto English -- Hindi
Get the Congress Election 2009 Manifesto English

India – Another Talibanistan in the Making?

The Title suggests that India is on its way to become yet another country which will fall prey to the leadership of Taliban, which seems incorrect. You may suggest that the title should be Pakistan and not Hindustan. But, the facts below do show that we have a lot of our own fundamentalists, which terrorize the nation.

What exactly is Taliban?
The word Taliban is derived from the Arabic word “Talib”, which means, “one who is seeking”, but over the years, the word Taliban has got a meaning, “one who is seeking fundamentalist religious knowledge”.

Unlike Barack Obama, who classified Taliban into “Good Taliban” and “Bad Taliban”, from an Indian’s perspective, I’d rather divide the Taliban into:
1. The Foreign Taliban
2. The Indian Taliban

The Foreign Taliban – Based in Afghanistan and Pakistan
The oldest Taliban Militia was established in Afghanistan, after the Sovient Union broke up, to fight the Mujahdeen war-lords who were corruptly ruling parts of the country, and restore peace in a united Afghanistan. This movement of Sunni Pashtun religious students, was backed up indirectly and directly by the United States and Pakistan, because the Taliban used to check the spread of the USSR rule.

Growing in power, the Taliban under the leadership of Mullah Omar, took over the entire Afghanistan under their “Exemplary Islamic Rule”. The brought back the system called taqlid, which means a very strict following of traditional Islam. Cutting the long story short, in 1980s, Osama bin Ladin established guerrilla warfare bases in Afghanistan against the Soviet Union. But after the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan in 1989, the Taliban began to look at the Western culture as its enemy. They considered items like Television, Music etc to be Western infatuations, which are aimed to break their religious beliefs. This intolerant mind-set led to the 9/11 attack on the United States, by Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda and the Afghan Taliban refused to extradite Osama to the US.

On the other hand, Pakistan in its bid to take over Kashmir also helped the Taliban to grow. This has led to the Talibanese rule in a lot of Pakistani territory and even the Democratic Government and the army seems to be unable to control their growth. The Government’s approval to sign a peace treaty which accepts their rule in the SWAT valley, shows that Taliban in Pakistan is a force to reckon with.

Over the years, the same snake that the US and Pakistan nurtured and nourished has raised its hood against them and the Terror attacks in the US and the problems in Pakistan have grown very grave concerns globally. The new Obama administration has also recognized this threat and a new Af-Pak Policy is in place.

The Indian Taliban - A More Dangerous Breed

Unlike the Islamic terrorist Taliban that is growing in Af-Pak region, the Indian union has multiple versions of its own Talibanese ideologies. After all, we are a land where there is unity in diversity and hence there are diverse Taliban-like groups in India, based on caste, creed and region with their own selfish interests.

The Muslim Taliban in India

Before the title is taken in a negative sense, I would like to clarify one thing. An Indian Muslim is as much Indian as any other person. It is absolutely incorrect to consider all followers of Islam as bad and they are not the only community spreading terror. Generalizing the whole community due to the presence of a few bad people would be absolutely incorrect.

There are some areas like Cheetah Camp in suburban Trombay, where the local clergy are highly influential. Known as Khan baba, Abdul Jalil Khan said that he is fighting against the “corrosive power” of the visuals on the air-waves as all television programmes, either informative or entertaining, are replete with images of lust and of semi-nude models. The people are forced into sending their children into Madressa instead of the schools. The Madressa curriculum is very limited to Islamic thought culture and it has not changed over-time, which makes it even more dangerous. Children here are taught the “real” Islam and slowly they become molded to the rigidity of religion, which is a threat to our secular nation.

Another example to cite here is the one I came across on a blog. On January 16, a Pakistani woman named Saba was bashed up at a mall in Mumbai. The “crime” she committed was having a tattoo which said “Shukr Alham Du Lillah”, meaning “Thank you, God”. A group of Islamic Radicals led by Shabana Talukdar slapped her in the mall’s washroom till the Management came to her rescue. (Also printed in the Mumbai Mirror)

What I am trying to suggest here is, whatever happened to the fundamental right of “Freedom of Expression”. Especially in this case, where I personally don’t think anything provocative was written.

The Maharashtrian Taliban
Starting with Shiv-Sena, a group of pro-Hindu fundamentalists under the rein of Bal Thackeray, for the Marathis in Maharashtra, this group has grown in power over a period of time. With various cases pending in the court, the members of this group are either Politicians themselves, or are closely linked to Political Parties which provides them safe haven. The Shiv-Sena is known to have played a vital role in the riots that sparked out in Mumbai after the Babri Marjid demolition. A Judicial Commission also pointed at the Sena for its direct involvement in coordinating the anti-Muslim riots, and accused Thackeray of “commanding his loyal Shiv Sainiks to retaliate by organised attacks against Muslims.” But after 7 years of Judicial Proceedings, Bala Thackeray was given a “clean chit”.

The Latest off-shoot of an uncle-nephew quarrel for power sharing between Bala Thakeray’s son Udhav and nephew Raj, has given rise to another offshoot of such kind called The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena. The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) led by Raj Thackeray is all gaga about the needs of the original Marathi Manoos (actual Maharasthrians) and it raised a virulent campaign against the migrants, especially from Bihar and UP. The group is known to have assaulted the Taxi-drivers, vendors and the people who had come all the way from UP and Bihar to take the Railway Examination at the Mumbai Center. Among the cases known, there is also a case of a sweet shop named “Karachi Sweets”, whose owner was threatened by the MNS to either change the name of the shop or face the consequences.

From the records that I read online, at least 84 cases are filed against the MNS which include grave crimes like rioting, promoting enmity, expressing prejudices in public etc. Raj Thackeray’s name is included on 55 of these, with some of the cases where he is the prime accused. But the fact that he is not charge-sheeted yet and the fact that he was just jailed for some time and released on bail show the Political Muscle of the MNS.

The Rama Sena and Bajrang Dal

The Bajrang Dal is the youth wing of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP). Though they say they are secular and accommodating in their ideology, the Bajrang Dal has a goal of reversing the impact of the Muslim and the British rulers in India. This also includes the restoration of the currently disputed places of worship like Ayodhya and Kashi. Though I am not saying this is completely wrong, but it is also not correct to destroy places of worship of other communities.

The Bajrang Dal is also known to have had active involvement in the various riots. The VHP leader, Praveen Togadia, was arrested in April 2003 after distributing tridents to Bajrang Dal activists in Ajmer defying ban and prohibitory orders. Other than this, the Bajrang Dal activists are known to be “spoilers” when it comes to Valentine’s Day Celebrations, by invading parks, pubs, shops, cinema halls and restaurants and behaving like “social-police”.
Another such group is the that newly got fame is The Sri Rama Sena, which is a group of self-acclaimed Hindu fundamentalists who want to “restore” Indian values back into the system. Around 40 members of this group attacked a pub in Mangalore, Karnataka and physically dragged and abused the defenseless girls. The pictures and videos of this incident also show that there was grappling and molestation involved in this bizarre incident. The people who tried to intervene were also bashed up.

The sad part about this event is that everyone rose up in anger, but the Politicians remained unmoved for the fear of losing votes. Yet, the women came up with a great idea of gifting the leader of Ram Sena Pramod Muthalik, with huge numbers of pink underwears on the Valentine’s Day as a gift for his efforts.

Fate it seems is ironic, in Ramayana, Rama had a Sena of Monkeys who behaved like Humans and now we have this Rama Sena of Humans in Kalyug who...

My Take on the Taliban and India Topic

On a personal note, I feel that the Taliban within is much more dangerous as compared to the one beyond our borders. The Af-Pak Taliban forces can be even attributed to their warring nation with almost no education, but the Indian Taliban is far more dangerous as it comes from an educated class living in a democracy. The recent spur of events woven around yet-another Hindu fundamentalist Varun Gandhi is not music to our ears.

The very events mentioned above make me ponder whether we do have any fundamental rights left with us. Security threats and Violence have also led to another set of questions.

“Are we living in places where people are less Fundamentalists or Rigid then the Taliban forces in Afghanistan and Pakistan?”

“Will India – A country of diverse Tribes, Religions and Cultures still remain united or will it too Succumb to these Hardcore Perpetrators and get divided?”

“Will the Political Parties understand that they too are feeding yet another Taliban which has the potential of going the Af-Pak way, or will they continue to think short-term?”

As responsible citizens of a secular democratic, we must understand that nobody can violate others’ lives or forcibly invade their ideologies. We must join hands and take action against Hardcore Dictators.
If there is nothing else you can do, at least show your concern and VOTE RESPONSIBLY.

The Indian Electoral Spending – A Joke to Recession?

As the history of India goes, Indian National Congress (Congress) and Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) are the 2 frontline runners which have the highest chances of getting a majority. Winning the previous poll in 2004, the Indian National Congress formed a weak Government with the alliance of Left Parties. This coalition broke mid-way in 2008, when the Congress wanted to go ahead with the N-deal with U.S. and Left pulled the plug. Yet with a critical trust-vote that went through, the Congress managed to finish its 5 years tenure, much to the surprise of all sooth-sayers.

Before I get into some of the spending details, the previous polls had these numbers.
Congress – 141 Seats
BJP – 137 Seats

This means, that without strong coalitions neither of the two parties can reach the magic figure of 272 seats to get the majority. The funny thing about Indian Elections is that it is one-event which is completely un-affected by the Global Recession. According to the data given by Centre for Media Studies (CMS), the Election will cost the Republic of India almost 100-billion rupees, which is $2 bn. This is only the “official” amount that is allowed or accounted for. The actual spending can be estimated to be at least 4-5 times of the above amount.

For instance, Indian National Congress bought the Copyrights to the Oscar-winning song “Jai Ho”, for what would surely not be a small amount. The BJP meanwhile is lapping up all the Ad-slots on the Prime-time radio with their propaganda. Not only this, following the Techie-way victory of Barack Obama, L. K. Advani has also started a blog, website and news-letters. Further still, these internet media are also being popularized by use of Google Ad-words and other Ad-agencies. This apart, various Regional Parties are also promising different things, from Free electricity to new colour TVs and from almost free food and new state status to reservations even in Private Sector.

Over and above this, the fact that Mayawati has shown ambition of being the Prime-minister and form a Third-Front, has also triggered a lot of other events. Ministers of all the parties are flying around the country trying to form new alliances or strengthening the existing alliances. Rumours of Lok Sabha Party Tickets being sold have made a complete mockery of Democracy and it seems that the politicians only consider the money spent for campaigning as an investment which will reap returns once they come to power.

The Election Schedule

The 15th Lok Sabha election or the general election will be taking place in 5 phases as determined by Election commission of India. The different phases each of the states lies in is according to the picture.
The voting will taking place on following dates:
Phase 1: April 16
Phase 2: April 22-23
Phase 3: April 30
Phase 4: May 7
Phase 5: May 13

The results of the election will be announced on May 16, 2009.

The New Leaders of the New India
There is a very heartening change that has come over in the Indian voter for this new Election. The very fact that campaigns like “No votes to Criminals” and “Jaago Re” are gaining popularity is giving a new hope to the Indian voters. For the first time, companies like Infosys and TCS have taken initiatives like getting Voter ID cards to be made for their employees and are encouraging their employees to vote. This change is going make the politicians see a new class of Indians Voters – the Indians who never voted before.

The other interesting thing to see forward is that though the current fight for leadership is between L. K. Advani (BJP), Manmohan Singh (Congress) and probably Mayawati (3rd Front). The real excitement is how the next leaders in Pipeline are treated and what Portfolios/responsibilities are they given. Congress is keen to bring Rahul Gandhi as its next successor, whereas BJP is silent so far. Yet, I have a strong feeling that the next candidate for BJP after L. K. Advani, will be none other than the current Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, who is famous in the world for both, his positive and negative publicity. With industrialists like Anil Ambani and Sunil Mittal openly supporting him for the post and with the success-model of Gujarat as his achievement, he will surely be one leader to keep an eye on.

Gauging the Future Possibilities

1. UPA + Coalition
Indian National Congress winning the next elections looks to be grim, but yet with the rural support they have, there are chances that they can win provided that they hang on to their existing allies and get support from 3rd Front once the elections are over.

2. NDA + Coalition
The chance of a BJP-led Government again looks dicey, but considering the previous Congress tenure, this Government has a realistic chance provided they get support from BSP and other allies, which looks difficult at present.

3. Third Front at the Center
This though looks tough, it has a realistic possibility if the allied parties in NDA and UPA break free from their parent parties with the greed of getting a bigger-share in the completely coalition government. Though not officially announced yet, Mayawati looks to be the front-runner for PM-position from this front. However, we can expect another round of polls if this government comes to power.

All in all, in the end, it will boil down to where the parties like CPM, TDP, AIDMK etc. will go, which will decide the fate of who forms the next Government.

Final Verdict

In these Elections, with the current Recession, unstable Pakistan and rising unemployment, which party wins or loses is kind of immaterial. It is going to be a tough ask for the new Government to tackle these issues effectively.
All in all, the whole Election Post can be summarized in one line which was once spoken by Franklin D. Roosevelt, who said that Freedom from want and freedom from fear – do not just come from deposing a tyrant and handing out ballots; they are only realized once the personal and material security of a people is ensured as well.

Election 2009 :: Vote and Change the face of INDIA

My request to all voters.There is still unequal development of our country because these MPs go and sleep in the parliament.They dont bother about their people and just count notes.Sometimes stampede,security laps train accidents costs thousand in a year .but these son of gods need Z security.They even dont walk without 12-15 gunmens covering them..Aah wat a utilization of our taxes .

My dear fellow Indians

In next few month general elections are scheduled in India, which will decide the fate of India for next few years.If we anaylise today's India after Independence.We have improved in the area of education, health Industries and agriculture.

Major problems of todays India is.

* Over population

* Illetracy /Unemployment/Poverty/Crime rates.

* Shortage of power/water and Roads.


*Provision of mass housing

*Global recession.

Issues like above are straight away ignored by political parties and they are asking for votes on the basis and commitments they made in regards with providing rights to minority/Increase in the quotas and reservations/regionalism/religionism/ what not.

India is a youngest nation today and the role of indian youth in next three decades will fix the root of this country and develop ways for next generations.

No single party is showing interest in youth of today all overaged politicians who cant walk properly are going to stand for the primi minsterial candidature.

Main issues which should be addressed immediately are kept aside and votes are asked on the basis of religion/language/caste.If people have seven basic rights like expressing one's thought.can accept any religion.right to live anywhere in the country why some monsters are creating problems.

why this election gimmick is accepted, on what basis election commision allow such trators to contest polls .Immediately parties should be blacklisted.

parties giving tickets to stars/celebrities wow amazing !!!.these parties dont want to do work they are here just to increase their seat counts.In last election many big starts won .what they have done (Some third class movies/commentries/serials).Ever they went to parliament and raised issues of their constituencies.Total absentism is registered for some of these big stars.Think 1 seat for that constituency is wasted for 5 years.How parties cheats the voters.?

Today 9 parties came together and launched third front.Asked why . They said because congress and BJP failed to solve people's griviences.Now they will form a government and divide us and rule us.What they have done in their areas public know everything.Just a worsened face of politicians and their hunger for the chair.

Please vote for the candidate/not party.

Anaylize the profile/education and his experience to execute the plans.

His vision of next 10 years

No criminals

Everybody go vote and change the face of India.


Election 2009 :: Voting Awareness

Did you know that there is a system in our constitution, as per the 1969 act, in section "49-O" that a person can go to the polling booth, confirm his identity, get his finger marked and convey the presiding election officer that he doesn't want to vote anyone!

Yes such a feature is available, but obviously these seemingly notorious leaders have never disclosed it. This is called "49-O".

Why should you go and say "I VOTE NOBODY"... because, in a ward, if a candidate wins, say by 123 votes, and that particular ward has received "49-O" votes more than 123, then that polling will be cancelled and will have to be re-polled.

Not only that, but the candidature of the contestants will be removed and they cannot contest the re-polling, since people had already expressed their decision on them.

This would bring fear into parties and hence look for genuine candidates for their parties for election.This would change the way, of our whole political system... it is seemingly surprising why the election commission has not revealed such a feature to the public....

Please spread this news to as many as you know... Seems to be a wonderful weapon against corrupt parties in India... show your power, expressing your desire not to vote for anybody, is even more powerful than voting... so don't miss your chance.So either vote, or vote not to vote (vote 49-O) and pass this info on...

"Please forward this mail to as many as possible, so that we, the people of India, can really use this power to save our nation"

Use your voting right for a better INDIA.

India TV survey puts NDA in marginal lead over UPA

India TV conducted a on-camera pre-election survey recently and released the results recently. This survey puts NDA in a slight lead over UPA. This survey considers Bihar parties RJD and LJP to not be part of the Congress lead UPA.According to the survey, NDA is predicted to get 187 seats, while the UPA is expected to bag 178 seats. The BJP with 144 seats might end up as the single largest party over it’s rival the Congress which is predicted to win in 133 constituencies. BJP may also be able to add 43 more seats from existing allies, taking the NDA tally to 187.

The pre-poll survey also claims that if UPA can bring back its former constituents like Samajwadi Party, RJD and LJP, it will reach the figure of 235. According to the survey, Mulayam Singh Yadav’s SP is predicted to get 30 seats, while RJD/LJP would win 15 seats.

The seat breakup as predicted by the channel -

NDA 144 + 43 = 187
BJP 144 + 43 (JDU 19+SS 12+SAD 4+RLD 3+AGP 4+INLD 1)

UPA 133 + 45 = 178
Cong 133 + 45 (NC 3 +NCP 14+TMC 11+DMK 7+UDF 08+ JMM 02)

Third Front = 121
(BSP 26+TDP/TRS 14 +Left 35+ JDS 04+BJD 10+AIDMK 31 + HJC = 01)

Fourth Front 52 + 5 = 57
(SP 30 + RJD/LJP = 15 + PRP = 06 + PDP = 01 + Others 05)

This latest survey shows how imperative it is for Congress to regain it’s old allies so that the UPA has some chance of coming back to power.

Election 2009 :: सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है

सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है
देखना है ज़ोर कितना बाज़ू-ए-क़ातिल में है

(ऐ वतन,) करता नहीं क्यूँ दूसरा कुछ बातचीत,
देखता हूँ मैं जिसे वो चुप तेरी महफ़िल में है
ऐ शहीद-ए-मुल्क-ओ-मिल्लत, मैं तेरे ऊपर निसार,
अब तेरी हिम्मत का चरचा ग़ैर की महफ़िल में है
सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है

वक़्त आने पर बता देंगे तुझे, ए आसमान,
हम अभी से क्या बताएँ क्या हमारे दिल में है
खेँच कर लाई है सब को क़त्ल होने की उमीद,
आशिकों का आज जमघट कूचा-ए-क़ातिल में है
सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है

है लिए हथियार दुश्मन ताक में बैठा उधर,
और हम तैयार हैं सीना लिए अपना इधर.
ख़ून से खेलेंगे होली गर वतन मुश्क़िल में है,
सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है

हाथ, जिन में है जूनून, कटते नही तलवार से,
सर जो उठ जाते हैं वो झुकते नहीं ललकार से.
और भड़केगा जो शोला सा हमारे दिल में है,
सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है

हम तो घर से ही थे निकले बाँधकर सर पर कफ़न,
जाँ हथेली पर लिए लो बढ चले हैं ये कदम.
ज़िंदगी तो अपनी मॆहमाँ मौत की महफ़िल में है,
सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है

यूँ खड़ा मक़्तल में क़ातिल कह रहा है बार-बार,
क्या तमन्ना-ए-शहादत भी किसी के दिल में है?
दिल में तूफ़ानों की टोली और नसों में इन्कलाब,
होश दुश्मन के उड़ा देंगे हमें रोको न आज.
दूर रह पाए जो हमसे दम कहाँ मंज़िल में है, सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है

ज़िस्म भी क्या ज़िस्म है जिसमे न हो ख़ून-ए-जुनून
क्या लड़े तूफ़ान से जो कश्ती-ए-साहिल में है
सरफ़रोशी की तमन्ना अब हमारे दिल में है
देखना है ज़ोर कितना बाज़ू-ए-क़ातिल में है