Bahujan Samaj Party-Karnataka
Sarvajana Samaj Sahodhratha samavesha
Chief Guest: Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji
BSP National President and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister
December 23,2007 Time: Morning 11.00 Hrs.
Bangalore PalaceGrounds (Enterance from Mekhri Circle), Bangalore
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
National President of BSP Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji has performed a rare feat!
All the National Parties had divided the society by poisioning the minds of thousands
of Castes for their vested interest. But Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji had brought unity
among all the castes and became the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh! Now we can say
that a real casteless society has come into being.
All the political parties such as Congress, BJP, Janata Dal are representing one or the
other caste to create hatred against each caste for their survival. But
Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji has changed the situation by bringing genuine unity
among all castes and religions.
BSP-Karnataka Executive Committee members met on 10-12-2007 to mobilize the
masses on 23-12-2007 at Bangalore Palace Grounds at 11:00 A.M. to hear
Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji.
Sri.Veersingh M.P. and National Secretary, In-charge of Karnataka and
MaharashtraGuided the deliberations. He said that in Mahrashtra More than
12 lakhs people gathered at Shivaji park to hear Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji.
More than a lakh people from different districts of Mahashtra had gone to Mumbai
and stayed with their relatives and went to the meeting with them. Each family
prepared food and supplied in carry bags to the people who went for the meet. And
Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji said that not a single pie was given from UP.
Sri. B.Gopal, State President presided over the meeting. He said that more than
10 lakh people are expected to participate in the Samavesha. And BSP will capture
power after the Assembly Elections which has to be completed before May 2008.
Sri.M.Muniappa, State Vice President said he will arrange for Buntings, Posters and
Digital boards to be put on all the major highways. And arrange for a golden crown
of ¾ kg to be presented to Bahenji along with a golden sword.
Sri. K.Muniappa, Treasurer,Sri.R.Muniappa, Zonal General Secretary,
Dr.Roshan Mulla, State Secretary, Sri.P.Ramaswamy, State General Secretary,
Sri. V. Muniswamy, State Secretary, Sri. Baskar Reddy, State Secretary,
Sri. Jigini Shankar, State Secretary, Sri. Syed Julfeqar Hasmi, State Secretary,
KrishnaReddy, Sri. P.S. Prakash, Ex.M.L.A. Sri. Pani Patel, Sri. Lakshmi Narayan,
Sri. Adhinath, Shri. Manjunath addressed the meeting and reported that they will see
that the target of mobilizing more that 10 lakh people is achieved. Brahmana Samaj
Leader Sri Ganesh said that 2000 Brahmins will mobilize 50000 Brahmins for the
Samavesha and they would arrange for food for the people coming from all over the
Advisory Meeting of Minorities will take place on
Saturday the 15th December 2007at:
6:30 P.M.at Infantry Function Hall, Infantry Road, Bangalorewith all the above
members participating in the same to mobilize more than 50000 muslims.
Sri. Sajjad Ahmed Vice President and Sri. Rustum Quraishi, B.S.P.Leader have arranged for the meet.
The meet experience a very rare feat where cadres from different political parties such
as congress Janata Dal and different language speaking people, castes and religion
participated in the deliberation with oneness. Youth belonging to Tamil, Telugu,
Malayalam Marathi said that they will mobilize people for the success of the
10:00 A.M.before the executive meeting all the above members demonstrated a
protest in Front of the
Corporation Buildingof Bangalorein a Akkrama Sakrama
A brief account of the political life of Behan Mayawati Ji
Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji was born on 15th January,1956 at Delhi in the
Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa that the Great Prabuddha Bharath “Jatav”
family of Scheduled Caste.She was brought up and educated mostly in Delhi. She
was in a Government Service as a Teacher for some time in the
Education Department after obtaining degrees in B.A. & B.Ed. Thereafter,
she passed LL.B. and was registered as an Advocate. She is considered an
original resident of Uttar Pradesh because her parents originally belong to the State
Inspite of being a girl, Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji devoted her life to the cause of
her larger family i.e. Bahujan Samaj by remaining unmarried and leaving her
own family and relatives. Impressed by her devotion, the founding father of the B.S.P.
Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji declared Behan Kumari Mayawati Ji as his only political
successor in a huge rally at
Lucknowon 15th December, 2001.
After some time, on
18th September 2003, Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji, for the first
time, formally elected as the National President of Bahujan Samaj Party. Besides
that, she has also been elected as Member of Lok Sabha four times, as
Member of Rajya Sabha twice, as Member of Legislative Assembly of Uttap Pradesh
twice and once she was elected as Member of the Legislative Council of Uttar Pradesh.
Behan Kumari Mayawati Ji has been appointed as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh
four times. First from 3rd June, 1995 to 18th October, 1995, Second time from
21st March, 1997 to 20th September, 1997, Third time from
3rd May, 2002 to 26th August, 2003 and Fourth time from
13th May onwards till date.
Association with Bahujan Movement kept Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji active
even after the demise of Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji and for this reason, our party
is of the view that although 9th October 2006, which the date when
Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji left us, will fall every year and his followers will pay
homage tro him, but we who are committed to the Mission will have to think beyond
this formality and will have to move forward and keep working for the upliftment of
People with such thinking pay homage to Manyawar Kanshi ram Ji everyday by
working to achieve the goal set by him. It will be a bigger homage to
Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji, if we can strengthen the hands of his only political
successor Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji to such an extent that we can capture the
political power at the Centre through the means of our “Vote” and accomplish
the Mission of Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji to form a Government in the country
based on the principle of “ Sarvajan Hitai, Sarvajan Sukhai”.(Upliftment of all,
Happiness for all).
Although Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji is not with us today but his ideology and
thoughts will always inspire and guide us in furthering the cause of Bahujan Samaj,
which consists of Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa that is the Great Prabuddha
Bharath i.e. of SC/ST, Other Backward Classes, and Religious Minorities comprising
Sikhs, Muslims, Christians, Parsis and Buddhists.
The people, having faith in the ideology of Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji, will definitely be
happy to know that the political organization known as Bahujan Samaj Party, which
was founded by him many years ago on 14th April. 1984, is continuously and
uninterruptedly progressing towards its goalunder the able leadership of Bahen
Kumari Mayawati Ji and it appears that the following election slogan of B.S.P. is
coming true –
“Chalega Haathi, Udegi Dhool,
Na Rahenga Punja, Na Rahenge Phool.”
The dream of “Social Transformation” and a “Casteless Society” which was visualized by Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji at the time of founding the Party has come true in the biggest state of Uttar Pradesh. It would have been wonderful had Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji was alive to witness the expanding mass base and support of “ Sarv Samaj” under the guidance of Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji along with her ever growing popularity.
Nevertheless, his followers are happy to see that Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji is
gradually turning all his dreams to reality. People are, therefore, giving the following
“Kanshi Ram Ji, Tera Mission Adhoora,
Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji Karengi Poora.”
This is because of the fact that today the Blue Flag, which was made a symbol of B.S.P.,
is flying high in the sky held in the strong hands of Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji and it
has become a strong symbol of the movement for dignity and self-respect of
Action Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji Honourable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh
52% of the population of Bharat is living below the poverty line. More than20 crore people are earning just Rs.12 per day and struggling in their lives.70% of the population are living without proper drinking water and sanitation.40% of the population are suffering without any medical care facilities.80% of the population are under nourished. More than 16 crore youths areunemployed.
HP polls 2007: BSP tries to get inTuesday, December 11 2007 18:57(IST) Subscribe to NewsletterShimla, Dec. 9, 2007 : Ahead of the assembly elections inHimachal Pradesh, where analysts maintain that, the mainelectoral battle is between the BJP and the Congress, thistime even Bahujan Samaj Party is trying its hand at thegame. The BSP, for the first time is contesting in all the68 assembly constituencies. Further, analysts say that inthe Rohru segment where former CM P.K. Dhumal was unableto sway the pro-Congress electorate; the BSP has garnereda good response.Online edition of India’s National NewspaperTuesday, Dec 11, 2007BSP will develop HP on the line of UP: MayawatiSundernagar (HP) (PTI): Blaming both Congress and the BJPfor not solving problemsof farmers, labourers and common man in Himachal Pradeshdespite being in power,BSP supremo Mayawati on Tuesday promised accelerateddevelopment of the hill stateon the line of Uttar Pradesh if given a chance.“Congress and the BJP which ruled Himachal Pradeshalternately so far have failed tosolve the problems of farmers, labourers and common man.Rather their woes increasedall these years,” Mayawati said addressing a rally atSundernagar in Mandi district.The Uttar Pradesh chief minister blamed the two partiesfor enacting policies for the“benefit of industrial houses, leaving the poor in thecold.”Mayawati, whose party is contesting all the 68 seats inthe state, said if given a chance herparty would take steps for faster development of the hillstate balanving interests of allthe section of the society on the pattern of the country’smost populous state.She promised 10 per cent reservation for poor among theforward castes in HimachalPradesh.Party general secretary and a close confidant of Mayawati,S C Mishra said BSP was partyof all castes and class of the society.
Riot-affected families in Kanpur get compensation
|35 families receive money; process on to help 18 other families|
Over Rs 17.58 lakh disbursed to the 35 riot affected Sikh
Teams of area magistrates constituted to expedite the
Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Government has made final
35 families affected in the anti-Sikh riots of 1984 in
Kanpur while process is on to
provide compensation to 18 other families.
Kanpur District Magistrate Alok Kumar, on the directive of
the Uttar Pradesh
Chief Minister Mayawati, has disbursed Rs 17,58,000 to the
35 riot affected Sikh
families, official sources said.
According to the information received from the Kanpur DM,
procedure for disbursing
Rs 4,67,350 to 18 other riot affected families was in
‘Efforts on war-footing’
“The district administration is making all efforts to
settle the remaining claims of the
riot affected persons at war footing,” the sources said.
Teams of area magistrates have been constituted to
expedite the process, who has been
directed to verify the eligibility of the claimants and
disburse the compensation cheques
to them at the earliest.
There was a delay in distribution of compensation cheques due to lack of verification of
the families, but now top priority has been accorded to the verification process, the sources said.
The Chief Minister had recently directed the officials to
settle all cases of 1984 riots and
make payment of final compensation by launching a drive.
Govt. orders probe into fake encounter
DNA test of the victim to be conducted
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Government on Monday ordered a
probe into the police encounter at a village in Kanpur in
person, who was shown to be dead in police records, was
A DNA test of the victim of the controversial encounter
would be conducted to
ascertain the veracity of the police claim, Additional
Director General of Police
(Law and Order) Brijlal told reporters here.
“We have recommended a CB-CID probe into the encounter and
will also conduct a
DNA test of the victim to ascertain his identity,” he said.
Kanpur police had yesterday claimed to have gunned down
Nirmal Katheria who was
already shown in police records to have been killed in an
encounter in 2003.
After media reports that the person killed was one Pappu
Kushwaha, the department has
recommended the CB-CID probe into the matter and to conduct
DNA test of the person
killed to ascertain his identity.
Mr Brijlal said Pappu Kushwaha had criminal record and was
wanted in a number of
criminal cases including that of murder. -PTI
Terror links of couple held in fake currency racket being probed
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh police and the intelligence
agencies are probing the role of a couple involved in a
fake currency racket in allegedly funding terrorist
activities in the State, including the November 23
serial bomb blasts in Varanasi, Lucknow and Faizabad.
The racket was busted in Aligarh on December 6.
Mohammad Liaquat Ali and his wife Shakila Bano were
arrested by the West Bengal police from their village in
Malda district on December 8. The village is barely 10 km
from the Bangadesh border. Their arrest followed a tip-off
from the Aligarh police, which found that the husband-wife
duo operated two separate accounts in Axis Bank, Malda Town in which the money was deposited online from Aligarh and other places. Liaquat Ali and his wife are being sent to Aligarh. Aligarh SSP Raghubir Lal confirmed
that they were on their way. “On busting the racket a
four-member crack police team, including a lady
sub-inspector, was despatched to Malda Town to bring them
to Aligarh,” said Mr. Lal over the phone. Though the SSP
declined to confirm the duo’s involvement in funding
terror acts, he said “they were definitely the prime
accused in the fake currency racket.”
In what turned out to be the tip of the iceberg, the
police last month nabbed Avinash and Surendra in Sakinan
Basauli under the Gonda police station area in Aligarh
district and found in their possession around Rs. 1.25
lakh in fake currency and 14 pistols. In fact,
interrogation revealed that huge quantity of fake
currency was dumped in Uttar Pradesh through agents
belonging to terror outfits for funding terrorist
activities in the State. The fake currency provided the
economic backbone of terror groups.
New zoos in U.P. soon
Lucknow: A proposal to set up three new zoos at
Gorakhpur, Agra and Moradabad has been sent to the
Central Zoo Authority, Uttar Pradesh Minister Fateh
Bahadur Singh has said. Forest officials had been told
to pursue the matter vigorously said
Mr. Singh, who reviewed functioning of his Forest
He asked officials to organise workshops in areas close
to national parks and wildlife sanctuaries to create
awareness among locals about the wildlife. The Minister
of State for Forests suggested setting up of control
rooms for protecting wildlife.
Ansal Properties jumps on doubling size of UP township
MUMBAI: Real estate firm Ansal Properties and Infrastructure’s stock today spurted 17.51 percent to Rs 341.85 on reports that it has got the Uttar Pradesh government’s approval to doublethe size of its private township project in Dadri. Reports suggested that the Uttar Pradesh government has doubled its project size from anearlier approved 2,500 acres to 5,000 acres with the total investment tipped to be aroundRs 21,000 crore. The stock hit a high of Rs 348 and a low of 292.60 during the day as over 18.24 lakh shareschanged hands on the BSE. Stock-split proposal lifts Gujarat Fluorochemicals * Shares of Gujarat Fluorochemicals,engaged in refrigerant gases and power business, surged to hit a new 52-week high of Rs 800after it announced plans to consider stock-split proposal at its board meeting to be held onDecember 19. Later, the scrip of the company closed 5.59 per cent up at Rs 764.20 on the BSE. The board would consider proposal of sub-division of existing one equity share of Rs 2 eachinto two equity shares of Re 1 each.
|PNB amalgamates 4 rural banks|
|Monday, 10 December , 2007, 08:40Last Updated: Monday, 10 December , 2007, 09:37|
New Delhi: Four regional rural banks (RRBs) in Uttar Pradesh, sponsored by Punjab National Bank (PNB), have now been amalgamated into a single RRB, bringing down the overall number of RRBs sponsored by PNB from nine to six.
The single RRB in Uttar Pradesh has been named as Sarva UP Gramin Bank with head office at Meerut.
The four RRBs amalgamated are Kisan Gramin Bank, Devi Patan Kshetriya Gramin Bank, Rani Laxmibai Kshetriya Gramin Bank and Uttar Pradesh Gramin Bank.
The move to amalgamate the four RRBs in Uttar Pradesh was in line with the goal of “one State, one RRB for each sponsor bank” set by the Finance Minister, P. Chidambaram, in his meeting with the Chairmen of RRBs held at New Delhi in July last. With the amalgamation of RRBs in Uttar Pradesh, PNB has achieved the goal and has sponsored an RRB each in of the States of Bihar, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.
Sarva UP Gramin Bank would operate in 12 districts of the State with 214 branches and one branch in Haridwar district of Uttarakhand, a release issued by PNB said.
http://www.upgov.nic.in/news10.asp for detail report
Centre not serious for solving problems of footwear industry : C.M.Lucknow : December 04, 2007 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Km. Mayawati,while talking to the media persons here today…………..Disabled persons will get multi-utility I.D. cards Free of Cost: CM
Lucknow : December 03, 2007 U.P. Chief Minister Km. Mayawati has announced
that an additional provision of Rs. 2 crore …………..
Dr. Margaret Chan calls on C.M.
Lucknow : December 03, 2007 The Director General of World Health Organisation
(W.H.O.) Dr. Margaret Chan called on the Ut…………..
Guilty should be severely punished : Mayawati
Lucknow : December 01, 2007 Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Km. Mayawati has
decided to handover the Rs. 35 thousand crore …………..
Presentation on Ganga Expressway Project on December 10 at New Delhi to get no objection
C.M. directs officers to complete power projects in time
C.M. addresses convention of senior police officers
Requests Central Government for security of borders
PPS officers will get promotion in IPS cadre very soon : Chief Minister
C.M. reviews development works and law and order
Seriously injured persons to get Rs. 1 lakh each and the people having minor injuries Rs. 50,000
Seriously injured persons to get Rs. 1 lakh each and the people having minor injuries Rs. 50,000
Target to generate 10,000 MW power by the end of 11th Five Year Plan : Chief Minister
MOU to be signed between NTPC and Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam tomorrow on November 22
C.M. inaugurates U.P. Pavilion at International Trade Fair
Former Cabinet Minister Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra nominated chairman of the council
Dutiful, honest and efficient officers will be given full protection
State Government decides to file SLP in the Supreme Court
C.M. on Punjab and Jammu visit from November 16
Division level review meeting of four divisions held at Meerut
C.M. recommends C.B.I. inquiry into kidnapping of Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa i.e.the Great Prabuddha Bharath girl student
Government sensitive towards the quality of mid-day-meal scheme
C.M. directs district administration for proper medical treatment of ill children
C.M. Pays Homage to Martyr Policemen on ‘Police Memorial Day’
World Bank Country Director Meets C.M.