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Why the BJP has no incentive to stop the lynching of Muslims in India | Opinion

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There is no doubt that a form of medieval madness has taken over India in the shape of Islamophobia and regular lynching of Muslims in different states. The situation has moved quickly from not renting out homes to Muslims to refusing to tolerate their presence in public spaces. Muslims are being taunted on trains and streets, fights initiated and lynched. The lynchings have become so common that we do not know which one to respond to. Should we weep for Mohammad Naeem in Jharkhand or Hafiz Junaid in Haryana? How many remember the details of Pehlu Khan s murder in Rajasthan? Mohammad Akhlaq is now just another milestone in this steady journey of wanton death. Many on social media who were horrified by Srinivas Kuchibotla s murder in the US in February are strangely muted about the lynching of Muslims in India.

There is scarcely a word of condemnation from the BJP s leadership. Forest fires in Portugal get more notice from this government than the ravaging of India s social fabric that has taken centuries to nurture. Rather than express concern let alone enforce the law the Union Cabinet and BJP leaders found a way to signal to gau-rakshaks that they are on the same side. They skipped President Pranab Mukherjee s iftar reception at Rashtrapati Bhavan in an unprecedented flouting of convention and political grace. The politicians are essentially conveying to the vigilantes that they too have such contempt for Muslims that they d rather not be seen in public breaking bread with them.

The striking thing about vigilantism now is that there is no incentive for the BJP to make it stop. The Opposition is powerless, the police are bystanders, courts have not shown interest, the ruling party feels that it will no longer lose elections and so it has no dread of the hustings.

There is also notably no fear of violent retaliation. Muslims in India are effectively hostages in their own land, unable to take on a section of the majority that is fortified by a State that looks the other way in the face of gratuitous violence. Vigilante violence also tests the bonds of transnational Muslim solidarity. Ordinarily, Pakistan and Pakistan-based terror groups would use violence or the threat of violence as leverage over the Indian government to bargain on Kashmir or relax anti-Muslim policies elsewhere. (The 1993 Mumbai blasts were a reaction to the riots that targeted Muslims in December 1992 and January 1993.) But Congress and BJP governments react very differently to terror attacks. The Congress is weakened by them while Hindu nationalists are bolstered by them. In the current climate attacks can provide the excuse for more bloodletting and subsequent consolidation of Hindu identity. That s the bind Hindu vigilantes put Islamabad and the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in.

There is thus a deterrence at play here for the vigilantes to exploit. But deterrence breaks down sometimes, which also works for the BJP. The Pakistani army and the LeT may have a measure of geopolitical reason, groups like Islamic State may not (which is why we are hearing more about IS as a threat to India lately). When terror attacks happen in India or where there is a spike in militancy in J K as is expected they can quickly change the direction of the debate and harden middle class attitudes towards Muslims in general.

To get a sense of this, consider what happened in Kashmir over the last year. Security forces reacted excessively to the outpouring of grief following Burhan Wani s killing last July, firing live ammunition and pellets at civilian protestors that left about 100 people dead, blinded many and partially blinded hundreds. The debate has now moved away from the high civilian toll to a representation of stone-pelting youth as terrorists. This was achieved through sheer repetition in the public sphere, with no quarter given to Kashmir s complex past or its suffering. Over the last month, the government has come under criticism over Major Leetul Gogoi tying Farooq Ahmad Dar to a jeep, but suddenly a crowd in Srinagar lynches deputy superintendent of police Ayub Pandith an act widely condemned by Kashmiris and now it becomes difficult to get the focus back on State action. In other words, one act is enough to draw an equivalence and gloss over a lengthy, bloody past and turn the debate in the direction the government wants.

We are likely to see more Ayub Pandith moments in Kashmir and other states of India. No one outrageous act will be allowed to build up for too long; there will either be another distraction, another outrage – either by design or the logic of circumstances. Paresh Rawal s tweet on Arundhati Roy ensured that attention was diverted from pictures of Naeem drenched in his own blood.

Lynching not only acts out hatred for Muslims, it also serves to generate support, acquiescence and fear among the different constituents of the Hindu middle class. The key sources where this cohort picks up independent, contrarian views universities, media, writers, filmmakers and artists are being tamed. Throw in the spectre of open violence on the street and its compliance is assured. It is very easy to silence people when there is no rule of law. A troubled conscience unsure of peer support is often no match for a frenzied and organised political force. Many will flit between fear and helplessness (about lynching) and rage (about violence in Kashmir). It s a condition geared to produce moral flight and political apathy, which suits the BJP as it seeks to quickly consolidate Hindu identity. Sunil Khilnani famously wrote in The Idea of India that in a fundamental sense, India does not merely have politics but is actually constituted by politics. Right now the possibility of politics is being threatened by organised fear.

(The views expressed are personal)


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SUSHIL FINANCIAL SERVICES PVT LTD’s Complaints at BSE, NSE and MCX

Sushil Financial Services Pvt Ltd (Sushil Finance) was founded in 1982 and acquired membership of BSE in the same year. The company is amongst the leading stock broking houses engaged in offering services such as trading in equities/derivatives/currency/ commodities, online trading, MFs & IPOs, institutional equities, insurance, depository, NRI/QFI services and loan against shares among others. It holds active membership of the cash and derivative segments of NSE and BSE. It is also a DP with CD.

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How Vatsal Shah from Sushil Finance built 500 crore AUA

Mumbai based Vatsal Shah joined his father s stock broking business after completing his engineering in 2007. Founded by his father Sushil Shah in 1982, Sushil Finance today has 600 plus franchises across India with 1.40 lakh clients.

While the company s predominant focus has been broking, volatility and the shift in investor behavior prompted Vatsal to foray into mutual funds since 2009. Investors come for the flavour, and fun of trading in markets for a few months and become inactive later. Also, retail investors don t like volatility. We therefore started focusing on mutual funds, which offer a far superior alternative to participate in markets. It is a win-win for our company and investors alike. As investors benefit from long term growth in the market, we get a regular stream of income says Vatsal.

The result Vatsal has built an AUA of Rs. 500 crore in mutual funds across 25,000 clients. His MF business has grown three times in the last two years he says. So how did Vatsal acquire such a large clientele? He used a multi-pronged approach to grow his MF business. At the time he ventured into MFs, Vatsal didn t observe much meaningful differentiation in the services offered by many distributors. We wanted to add value. Thus, we introduced a product called Wealth Winner which recommends the level of exposure clients should have in equity and debt at various points of time based on a combination of fundamental and technical factors. This product was received well by investors.

Other than specialized products, technology has helped Vatsal achieve scale. We evaluated different platforms and found the exchange route to be the best. After using different platforms we found that the volumes were growing faster on the exchange platform, says Vatsal. The exchange platform allows him to execute bulk transactions at one go. Imagine how difficult would it be if we were to inform 100 clients to switch from equity to debt or to make fresh investment. The exchange platform helps us execute transactions faster without the hassle of filling up forms, he adds.

With the help of technology, Vatsal tapped his franchise to grow his MF business. We undertook a massive campaign to train our sub-brokers. We explained the stability of income in mutual funds vis- -vis broking income which is sporadic, says Vatsal. His objective was to activate more and more franchises to sell mutual funds.

Besides his franchise, Vatsal has started organizing financial planning seminars in companies to expand his clientele. We have started organizing seminars in companies where we explain the benefits of mutual funds. The conversion ratio is low but we are hopeful that this strategy will pay off in future.

Vatsal believes that the MF category will gain more popularity as investors, especially those who prefer traditional fixed return products, start looking for better returns. As the FD rates become unattractive, mutual funds will emerge as a big category going forward, believes Vatsal.

As the client base grows, making sure that each client gets the same level of attention and service is important. With a clientele of 25,000, Vatsal says that servicing them is a task. Communication is a challenge sometimes. We send reports on emails every month but some clients don t check their mails regularly, says Vatsal. To make portfolios easily accessible, Vatsal has also started sending portfolio valuation to all his clients through SMS. He is also working on a software which will offer a consolidated view of investors portfolio across all products.

While he has a team of 20 who look after MF clients, he says that some clients prefer meeting him personally to review their portfolios and make fresh investments.

An MBA from Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, Vatsal wants his company to be known for its research capabilities. He follows an algorithmic model for recommending funds to his sub-brokers. Firstly, we look at the risk- adjusted returns of funds. Secondly, we look at the normalized returns and thirdly we compare the point-to-point returns of a fund in the last eight quarters with the returns of Nifty. After filtering the best funds we prepare a list of recommended schemes.

Vatsal is among the growing breed of brokers who see a potential in mutual funds. He aspires to reach Rs. 1,000 crore in equity assets in the next five years. With his large franchise base, technological strength and differentiated services, Vatsal is confident that he will turn his dream into a reality soon.

Not able to understand routing of MF investment through stock exchanges. If you think it is fast and hassle free, then, I think you are wrong. In both the cases, you have to do KYC once when you open an account. After that, the transaction is completed is less than 30 seconds. In case of dealing through stock exchanges, you have to pay brokerage also.
Does it mean that Sushil Finance gets a part of the brokerage (since they are originally stock brokers) and also a commission from MF AMC.
If they are not getting or interested in brokerage, then, why they are not switching to a common aggregators platform like MFU or some such platforms.

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Not transparent in brokerage charges and other fees.

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Incorporated in 1982, Sushil Financial Services Private Limited is engaged in brokerage house business providing trading facility in Equity, Currency and DP service. The company is part of Sushil Finance group of companies having other firms like Sushil Global Commodities Private Limited engaged in commodity trading, Sushil Finance Consultants Limited providing distribution of IPOs and Mutual Fund products, Sushil Capital Private Limited is RBI registered company, providing NBFC facility as loan against shares. Sushil Insurance Brokers Private Limited is insurance division providing life and non-life insurance, retirement planning, saving plans, child plans and many more.

The broker deals in equity and currency derivatives market through BSE and NSE. They have their own DP service registered with NSDL and CDSL. The broker is just not provide trading facility but also serves as distributor of IPOs, Mutual Fund products, financial planner, investment planning, wealth management, research service, NRI/FPI services, Fixed Income products and NBFC.

Sushil Finance has PAN India presence with over 570+ branches and channel partners in 227 cities.

On customer service, Sushil Finance has a dedicated team of service providers for query resolution that helps to hold a strong employee customer relationship. The broker is known for its extensive research providing access to all reports online to make it transparent, they have subscription of research report as well as SMS service to get quick updates. Portfolio manager subscription can help you track your investment on real time. Other than above features, they have online knowledge center, blogs, customer service number and email support.

Contact Broker

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Sebi fines Sushil Financial for violating stock broker norms

Press Trust of India | New Delhi Feb 01, 2016 07:28 PM IST

Capital markets regulator Sebi has slapped a penalty of Rs 24 lakh on Sushil Financial Services (SFS) for violating stock broker norms.

A probe by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) found that there was transfer of funds between securities client bank account and commodities client bank account, among others.

Commodity broker Sushil Global Commodities Pvt Ltd (SGCPL), an associate company of SFS and also a client of it allegedly used its client account to sell securities taken by it as collateral from its commodities clients towards recovery of outstanding debits from them.

Sebi, in its order, said that the rule “does not permit moneys to be withdrawn from the clients account for or towards payment of debt due to the group company of the broker from the client, or, money in respect of which there is liability of client to the group company of the broker”.

“The debt/liability of the client towards the group company of the client cannot become the debt/ liability of the noticee (SFS) with the client,” it added.

The broker also allegedly violated Sebi norms by using the credit fund balances of clients for obligations of debit balance clients.

Imposing a total fine of Rs 24 lakh, the regulator said that the fine “will be commensurate with the violations” committed by SFS.

Sebi had conducted an inspection into the books of Sushil Financial Services between the period of April 1, 2012 and September 4, 2014, to ascertain whether the broker had complied with the regulator’s norms with respect to segregation of funds and securities of clients.
Besides, Sebi probe had also found that the broker had failed to incorporate the word “Client Account” in the bank account name which is required as per the regulator’s circular.


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Incorporated in 1982, Sushil Financial Services Private Limited is engaged in brokerage house business providing trading facility in Equity, Currency and DP service. The company is part of Sushil Finance group of companies having other firms like Sushil Global Commodities Private Limited engaged in commodity trading, Sushil Finance Consultants Limited providing distribution of IPOs and Mutual Fund products, Sushil Capital Private Limited is RBI registered company, providing NBFC facility as loan against shares. Sushil Insurance Brokers Private Limited is insurance division providing life and non-life insurance, retirement planning, saving plans, child plans and many more.

The broker deals in equity and currency derivatives market through BSE and NSE. They have their own DP service registered with NSDL and CDSL. The broker is just not provide trading facility but also serves as distributor of IPOs, Mutual Fund products, financial planner, investment planning, wealth management, research service, NRI/FPI services, Fixed Income products and NBFC.

Sushil Finance has PAN India presence with over 570+ branches and channel partners in 227 cities.

On customer service, Sushil Finance has a dedicated team of service providers for query resolution that helps to hold a strong employee customer relationship. The broker is known for its extensive research providing access to all reports online to make it transparent, they have subscription of research report as well as SMS service to get quick updates. Portfolio manager subscription can help you track your investment on real time. Other than above features, they have online knowledge center, blogs, customer service number and email support.

Contact Broker

Sushil Finance Web, Mobile app and Desktop base trading platform – 2016

Sushil Finance is providing multiple trading terminals to its clients. Depend on the comfort, user can choose specific trading terminals.

Desktop base trading platform: Power Trade is an “exe” based desktop trading software for dynamic traders who transact regularly with confidence through online trading account. Key features of Power Trade are:

  • Single sign on for Cash/Derivatives/Commodities trading.
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What are members view, which will give better return in next five years between Infosys or HDFC bank.

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