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Author Hukmdev Narayan Yadav
  • ISBN : 9789353220013
  • Language : English
  • Publisher : Prabhat Prakashan
  • Edition : 1st
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  • Hukmdev Narayan Yadav
  • 9789353220013
  • English
  • Prabhat Prakashan
  • 1st
  • 2018
  • 312
  • Hard Cover


Hukmdev Narayan Yadav is a sensitive leader with a passionate fighting spirit, and 
a parliamentarian who is sympathetic and diligent. He has left an indelible impression on the legislative assembly in Bihar as well as Indian Parliament. 
The book, ‘Flow of Thoughts’ (Talk of village, poor, farmers in Parliament) is a collection of his speeches delivered on various issues. 
He has raised important issues in both the Parliament and parliamentary committees. During zero hour in Parliament, while speaking on various issues pertaining to common interest, he has not only put forward constructive viewpoints before government and the nation, but when it comes to national and common interest, he is committed to the concept of nation first.
On one hand Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia’s views show a deep impact on Shri Hukmdev‘s statements, on the other hand it reflects socio-economic aspects of principles held by originator of Integral Humanism, Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya and Mahatma Gandhi. While he speaks out with utmost sincerity regarding upliftment and rights of the backward groups and scheduled castes, at the same time he whole heartedly supports creation of a harmonious society as propagated by Deendayalji. 



Author's Note —Pgs. 7

An Open Letter to the Colleagues of Janata Dal —Pgs. 15

Recognise the Values of Lok Nayak —Pgs. 25

Whether to Stay Away from the ‘Battle’ of Samajwadi or to Cooperate with the BJP —Pgs. 32

Whirlpool of Corruption —Pgs. 36

Lohia in the Present Times —Pgs. 41

One More Letter of Yadav —Pgs. 45

What Kind of Socialists? —Pgs. 55

Transformation Calls for Determination —Pgs. 57

All Parties have Looted Bihar —Pgs. 62

Desire to Change the State of Inertia —Pgs. 67

Ethical Power Versus Legislative Power —Pgs. 71

Bread Politics in the Politics of Bread —Pgs. 73

The Storm of Change Rises and gets Settled here Itself —Pgs. 77

Battle of Righteousness has to be Fought Against Oneself —Pgs. 80

Who Loves the Backward and the Lower Castes? —Pgs. 84

Difference between India and Bharat —Pgs. 87

Today there is no Opposition —Pgs. 89

A Vow ‘Awaken the Village—  The Impoverished, the Farmer’ —Pgs. 93

Is it Necessary for Politics to  get out of  Caste Polarisation? —Pgs. 98

National Policies have to be Developed for the  Development of Agriculture —Pgs. 105

The Struggle between the Divergent Cultures of  India vis-á-vis Bharat —Pgs. 116

Nativity and Self-reliance are the  Foundations  for the Poor and the Farmers —Pgs. 123

Where do We get Justice?  —Pgs. 127

Need for the Battle of Righteousness —Pgs. 129

Where will the Farmer Go? —Pgs. 132

Farmer: The Lifeline of Indian Culture —Pgs. 134

Charan Singh, the Savior of  Villages and the Backward —Pgs. 136

The BJP has to Change the Face of the Society —Pgs. 141

Indulgence, Corruption, Terrorism and Violence —Pgs. 145

Politicisation of Reservation in the Reservation Politics —Pgs. 149

What Kind of Elections does Election Commission  Want to Conduct? —Pgs. 152

Karpoori Thakur had Given Self-respect to the  Hearts of Thousands —Pgs. 157

Today there is Neither Ruling Party, Nor Opposition —Pgs. 161

Disciples have Also Forgotten Lohia —Pgs. 166

Why this Racism doesn’t End? —Pgs. 172

Better Light a Candle than Curse Darkness —Pgs. 176

Racism Growing Stronger —Pgs. 180

The Concluding Year of the Century Forecasts Something —Pgs. 185

Only with the Power of Lord Shiva the Construction of a New Society is Possible —Pgs. 190

The Moving Narrative of a Poor Farmer and Soil —Pgs. 197

The Great Deception has been  Proved Once Again  —Pgs. 203

Right Representation Forms  the Basis of Equality —Pgs. 208

Is it Rright to Tax the Income from Agriculture? —Pgs. 213

The Incidence of Flood is a Common Phenomenon  in Bihar Sans Remedies in Place —Pgs. 217

The Dream of Ramrajya will be Fulfilled only  with Local Governance —Pgs. 222

What does Bihar Want? —Pgs. 227

Bihar was Good but Became Very Bad —Pgs. 233

Reservation is not a Solution —Pgs. 239

Man Slaughterer are  More Callous than Wild Animals —Pgs. 244

How Long will this Loot Continue? —Pgs. 248

Skilled and Capable Human Beings —Pgs. 256

Need to Overcome the Shortcomings —Pgs. 261

Why and What Type of Presidential System? —Pgs. 266

Need for Land Reforms in the Right Sense —Pgs. 270

Criminal Culture in Politics —Pgs. 275

Society Building— Penance of  Deendayal —Pgs. 283

In the Memory of Lohia —Pgs. 289

About Farmers —Pgs. 293

Human Beings Bear the Brunt of Corruption —Pgs. 297

The Objectives of Rule of Equality —Pgs. 302

The Author

Hukmdev Narayan Yadav

Hukmdev Narayan Yadav
Education: Graduate (Economics, Political Science)
Achievements: Three times member of Bihar legislative assembly. Resigned assembly seat during JP’s Bihar movement in 1974. Imprisoned in four different jails during emergency. Elected to Lok Sabha in 1977 from Madhubani. Member of Rajya Sabha from 1980 to 1986. Deputy leader of Janata Dal in Lok Sabha in 1990-91. Cabinet minister of two departments, joined BJP in 1993. In 1999 became state minster in Vajpayee government. Elected to Lok Sabha in 2009 and 2014. Recipient of Outstanding Parliamentarian for the period year 2014 to 2017.

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