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For The Gain of the Many and For the Welfare of the Many

U.P. C.M. launches ambitious Ganga Express-way Project on her birthday

New Delhi : January 15, 2008 On the occasion of her 52nd birthday, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Km. Mayawati today launched the ambitious Ganga Express–way project. While apprising the media representatives regarding a novel action plan of Rs.1600 crore for the nine drought affected districts, she held responsible the previous government of the state besides the Central Government for its apathy at the deteriorating drought situation. On this occasion she also provided information about the Health Insurance Scheme for people living below the poverty line and the decision to establish an Ultra Mega Thermal Power Project of 4000 MW with the cooperation of NTPC at Lalitpur, besides the setting up of Centre for Good Governance at Lucknow . Km. Mayawati also released the third volume of her book “Mere Sangharshmaya Jeevan Avam BSP Movement Ka Safarnama ” on this occasion. The Chief Minister said that residential Maha Maya Inter Colleges and multi-speciality Dr. Ambedkar Hospitals would be established at NOIDA and Greater Noida. Km. Mayawati in a press conference at Delhi provided information about the various schemes of her government for all sections of Sarva Samaj, especially the poor. It may be noted that a large region of the state on the left banks of Ganga river of which a major part it had remained backward for long period would get the opportunity of joining the main stream of development through the 1000 km. long Ballia to Noida ultra modern Ganga Express–way Project. Under this project, an investment of Rs. 40,000 crore on the basis of public-private partnership and Rs. 80,000 crore in development areas is expected. A project of such magnitude is being implemented for the first time in the country. With this project 36 tehsils belonging to 19 districts would benefit directly. With the completion of Ganga Express–way the distance from Eastern UP to Delhi would be reduced to 10 hours. One could reach from Delhi to Badaun in one and half hours, Farukkhabad in three hours, Kanpur in four hours, Allahabad in six hours and Varanasi in seven hours. In this way, the Delhi market would come closer to the industries of near by districts of Express–way in Uttar Pradesh. Fresh agriculture products would reach Delhi and farmers would benefit directly. As the under construction Delhi–Mumbai dedicated freight corridor would ensure the transportation of goods between Dadri and the western ports of Gujarat as well as Mumbai in 24 hours after its completion. And since this Express-way would join this freight corridor at Dadri, export and import for the entrepreneurs of U.P. would become very convenient. The developer will incur cent percent investment for constructing this Express–way. In lieu of this capital investment the developer would develop some “investment regions” near the Express–way. The industries to be set up in these investment regions would transform the area and employment opportunities would be created on a large scale. The industries would be set up in 10,000 acres of land and three lakh people would get direct/indirect employment in about 500 large and 7000 medium and small scale industries. The technical and educated unemployed would also benefit from the Ganga Express–way’s connectivity with Delhi. Business Process Outsourcing and Information Technology would also benefit. Local people get more and more opportunities in the industries to be set up, for this various technical and vocational training institutes would be established which include 35 ITI, 20 Polytechnics, 10 Engineering Colleges, 5 Medical Colleges and several Paramedical Schools. 20,000 students would benefit from these intuitions and an equal number of people would be employed in these institutes. Nearly 500 large and small scale agro-based industries would also be set up and directly benefiting the farmers. Traditional industries at Bhadohi, Kannauj, Khurja etc. would get new lease of life and this Express-way project would also be helpful for the economic uplift of weavers and artisans. Besides, it would also ensure the revival of ancient and historical cities like Mirzapur, Bithur etc. All sections would benefited by the direct connectivity of Ganga Express–way with Delhi. This eight lane Express–way while originating from Ballia will pass through Ghazipur, Ram Nagar, Varanasi, Chunaar, Allahabad, Unchahar, Unnao, Kanpur, Bithur, Kannauj, Fatehgarh, Badaun, Naraura, Bulandshahar and end at Noida. Under this project, Kanpur–Agra, Kanpur–Gorakhpur, Kanpur–Jhansi, Bhadohi–Gyanpur–Shaharanpur– Bansawa, link express ways would be constructed. With Ganga Express–way, construction of a network of world class controlled access roads in the State would also be initiated, paving the way for high speed transportation. This Express-way will incorporate modern amenities like petrol pumps, telephone booths, cyber cafes, food courts and emergency medical facilities etc.. This multipurpose ambitious project would benefit entrepreneurs, traders, citizens and people of rural areas among others. It would ensure rapid development of the backward areas situated on the left bank of river Ganga. No toll tax would be realized from Express–way service road. This Express–way would be constructed by building flood control embankments on river Ganga. The project would ensure smooth transport facilities on one hand, while on the other hand it would stop erosion of land and save lakhs of hectares of cultivable land. A large number of people residing in villages situated on the banks of river Ganga and facing the fury of floods year after year would be biggest beneficiaries of this project. The State Government has decided for acquiring mostly infertile and barren land for this project. The land would be acquired with the mutual consent. The Chief Minister said that a liberal rehabilitation policy has been announced by the State Government for providing compensation to the families affected from this project. Under the policy formulated for the rehabilitation and re-establishment of the families affected by the acquisition of land for the Ganga express-way, the Government has decided to provide adequate compensation for the rehabilitation besides, providing several facilities. Till now in land acquisition, compensation for land and the property situated on it was being given to the affected families. Under the new policy, the term ‘affected family’ would denote those families, which had to shift elsewhere because of land acquisition. The ‘affected family’ would further denote such families who were adversely affected by the acquisition of its original home of other property or source of subsistence or their involuntary displacement because of other reasons. Such land owners, farmers, leaseholders or owners of other properties, who were displaced because of the land acquisition in the affected areas (including land plot in populated areas or other properties) or any other reason, would be covered under the affected families. Likewise, any farm or non-farm labourer, landless individual, rural craftsman, small trader and self-employed person, who had been living in the area for least three years continuously from the date of notification of declaration of affected area or involved in trade, business activity and deprived of his livelihood and, who had been adversely affected by displacement and suffered fully or partly in his trade, business activity because of land acquisition in the affected areas, would also be considered in the affected family category. The State Government has included in the term ‘family’, a person, his/her spouse, minor son, unmarried daughters, minor brother, unmarried sisters, father, mother and other relations, who are dependent on the person concerned, while under the term ‘single family’ a person, his/her spouse and their minor children are included. Under the policy formulated for the rehabilitation of the affected families by the State Government, arrangements have been made to provide housing facilities to the affected families. The policy has provisions to allot land to the affected family, whose house had been acquired, would be compensated by providing housing plots with a maximum limit of 250 sq. m. for rural areas and 150 sq. m. in urban areas. In those cases, where land had been acquired for the land development projects, 15 per cent of the flats/plots being developed for allotment would be reserved and sold to such persons through a separate lottery. The policy has arrangements that the acquiring authorities would provide employment to one member of the affected family in the project, provided there were vacancies and the candidate was eligible for the same. The affected persons would be imparted training, provided scholarships to increase their efficiency and they would be given priority in external contracts and being employed as labourers in the project. Under the policy, where none of the family-members were found eligible the developer would sponsor all the persons of employable age of a family for providing employment-oriented training. For this the developer, would ensure setting up of ITI or technical training centres on its own or with the help of others. The policy also has provisions for those land acquisition- affected families, who were not provided employment. Such families would be eligible for receiving 750 days of minimum agriculture wages as rehabilitation aid. Under the policy the affected families would get minimum 25 days agriculture wages per month as monthly subsistence allowance for one year from the date of displacement. The affected persons such as rural handicraftsman, small traders or self-employed people who have been displaced will be provided minimum Rs. 25,000 as financial assistance for work shade or construction of shops. Besides, each affected family will get minimum Rs.10,000 financial assistance for transportation of family, building material and belongings. In case of affected person owning cattle, then Rs. 5,000 as additional financial assistance would be provided. The Government with the consultation of acquiring authority can give the alternative of providing one-time payment option to the affected families. Besides, the affected families will have the option of purchasing shares up to 10 per cent of the total shares in the ratio of their compensation amount. Under the rehabilitation and re-establishment policy for Ganga Express-way, the affected families will also get infrastructure facilities. If the land from outside the populated area-like agriculture field/open place is acquired and the population remains the same, then the developer would develop the basic infrastructure facilities including road, potable water, school, electricity, etc. Each affected family would be provided with minimum 100 sq. m. residential plot free of cost beside the land of populated area acquired. The facilities of roads, electricity, drinking water, post office, Panchayat Ghar, irrigation, school, security arrangements etc. would be provided for the affected families in the rehabilitated areas. In the cases of land acquisition involving length having less breadth like Highway, the affected families will get minimum Rs.20,000 subsidy besides other compensations. But if the landowner after the acquisition becomes landless, marginal or small marginal or small farmer, then he will get the above benefits mentioned for affected families. If the residence is also acquired, in such cases the affected person will get the same facilities, which are meant for displaced families. On this occasion Km. Mayawati held the Central Government and the previous Government of the State responsible for the severe drought situation of Bundelkhand in Uttar Pradesh. She said that at present Bundelkhand was facing severe drought situation, but this problem had not been created suddenly. The situation took a serious turn because the Centre had neglected this area and the previous Government did not make any serious efforts for the solutions of the problem. The previous Government had made mockery of the drought affected farmers of Bundelkhand by providing them cheques of Rs. 10 and Rs. 20 as relief amount. She said that her Government had increased the minimum amount of agriculture investment subsidy from Rs. 250 to Rs. 1,000 and an amount of Rs. 135 crore had been distributed so far on the basis of more than 50 per cent damage of Kharif crop. Besides, arrangement has been made for providing cent percent agriculture subsiding to the eligible small and marginal farmers. She said that our Government had demanded Rs. 80,000 crore as special area incentive package from Central Government for Purvanchal and Bundelkhand but no action had been taken so far. Besides, for permanent solutions to the drought crisis from this area Rs.7,016crore package had been demanded from the Central Government, but it is still awaited. The Chief Minister said that despite the non-cooperation of the Centre her Government had started the relief and development works on war footing for the people of Bundelkhand and Sonebhadra and Mirzapur districts of Vindhyachal division. It may be recalled that in 2005-06 an amount of approximately Rs. 17 crore and in 2006-07 about Rs. 18 crore was allocated for relief and rehabilitation. The present Government has released Rs. 415 crore for the nine drought affected districts of the State, under which drinking water, irrigation, animal husbandry etc. relief works are being implemented besides other departmental schemes. It may be noted that an amount of Rs. 143 crore has been distributed to the farmers under minimum agriculture investment subsidy so far. A novel action plan of Rs. 1600 crore has been prepared for the eradication of drought in the affected districts. Various schemes and programmes being implemented under this action plan include Kisan Benefit Scheme, efficient water management, R.I.D.F., National Watershed and Flood Prone River Valley Scheme at a cost of Rs. 96 crore, setting up of nurseries, new horticulture plantation, bio farming, farmers training, arrangement of post-plucking management and marketing and conserved farming to be developed at a cost of Rs. 52 crore, construction of watershed management, minor irrigation, check dam and bunds and bundies at a cost of Rs. 98 crore. Fodder development, compressed fodder block, setting up of veterinary hospitals and disease eradication lab by an expenditure of Rs 60 crore. Afforestation in drought hit areas, land and water conservation, and plantation of fodder plants at a cost of Rs. 25 crore. At a cost of Rs. 90 crore, new tubewells would be constructed and failed government tubewells to be re-bored along with modernisation of functional tubewells and constructions of small canals. Rs. 1,000 crore has been earmarked for rural drinking water scheme, installation of handpumps, re-pair, re-boring and deep boring of handpumps and construction of model water reservoirs in each gram panchayat. A drought proof scheme involving an outlay Rs. 152 crore and survey work, water quality, rain water harvesting and exploratory tubewell at a cost of Rs. 22 crore are also included in this action plan. Now in these areas, various schemes costing Rs. 100 crore will be implemented every year. It may be noted that the affected areas are to be saturated with all the land development and water conservation schemes. Urban water supply system will be strengthened, and permanent sources of water would be constructed. Apart from this, minor irrigation projects, check dams and bund & bundies would be constructed. Social forestry and Jatropha Mission would be implemented in these areas. Schemes involving extension of drought-prone crops as well as inclusion of modern technology for increase in agriculture- produce would also be implemented. Schemes for seri-culture, extensive mini dairy programme, fisheries development, Khadi and village handicraft, cottage industry/handicraft s/ agro-based industry are also to be implemented. All the farmers would be covered under the crop insurance scheme. A mechanism for waiving of interest on agricultural and agro-based loans would be evolved as well as fresh flow of agricultural loans would also be ensured. Every village will be electrified and electricity system for drinking water and irrigation would be improved along with increase in generation capacity. On this occasion the Chief Minister said that even if no cooperation of the Centre is received in this regard, the State Government is committed to provide relief to the affected areas from its own resources. It may be noted that for the first time in all the Gram Sabhas of the nine districts, apart from the implementation of Community Kitchen Scheme, Food Banks have also been established for ensuring the availability of food and food grains to the destitute and needy persons. It may be mentioned that the revenue officers have been directed for not harassing the people for realising loans up to Rs.one lakh. If any complaint is received in this regard then the concerning D.M./S.D.M. would be held responsible for it. The officers have been directed for implementation of relief works without any laxity. In Bundelkhand 20-hours electricity supply is being ensured for executing the relief and development works on war-footing. Because of the increase in the availability of electricity drinking water supply and irrigation system has improved remarkably, besides boosting industries. An amount of Rs. 56 crore has been sanctioned for providing tube-well connection to the farmers. This amount would be utilized for laying new electricity lines in villages along with providing 3000 new tube-well connections to the farmers. Directives had been issued for completing B.P.L. survey works in Bundelkhand by the end of January. Food grains distribution was being ensured through ration shops regularly in drought affected areas. The officers have been directed to ensure effective implementation of mid-day-meal scheme. The departmental officers have been directed for making the arrangements of rigs for the implementation of deep boring projects of minor irrigation. The machines are being arranged in all the blocks of Bundelkhand for deep boring. Till the drought situation of Bundelkhand improves, a committee constituted under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary is to monitor the relief and development works in districts of Bundelkhand after every 10 days. Concerning district magistrates have been instructed to ensure that nobody starves to death and the lekhpal at village level, S.D.M. at tehsil level and D.M. at district level have been made responsible for compliance of this directive. The Chief Minister also told that an Ultra Mega Thermal Power Project of 4000 M.W. will be set up at Lalitpur with the cooperation of N.T.P.C. On this occasion the Chief Minister also gave the information regarding the Health Insurance Scheme for the people living below the poverty line and said that under this scheme all the B.P.L. families will be covered. Km. Mayawati said that though Government is committed for the treatment of poor people and facility for their free treatment is available in Government hospitals but on several places they have no options but to avail the services of private hospitals. Besides, the treatment and medicines at the Government Hospitals are provided free of cost to the poor but still they have to incur some essential expenses. Therefore, the State Government has decided to cover the people living below the poverty line under Health Insurance Scheme with the purpose of providing them free medical treatment. The beneficiary family will be provided computerized smart card having the necessary details for free of cost (cash-less) medical facility. 24-hour call centres for the aid of beneficiaries with toll free numbers would be established. The Chief Minister said that this scheme is being implemented in 14 districts in the first phase- Baghpat, Saharanpur, Bijnaur, Ambedkarnagar, Azamgarh, Jaunpur, Sant Ravidas Nagar, Kanpur Nagar, Fatehpur, Hamirpur, Rae Bareli, Gorakhpur, Basti and Gonda. Under this scheme 21.70 lakh B.P.L. families will benefit. This scheme will be implemented in all the 70 districts of the State in the next four years. The Chief Minister said that a Centre for Good Governance will be set up at Lucknow. It may be noted that this Centre will impart quality training to officers with the motive of further improving the administrative set up of the State. It will also serve as a knowledge centre and “Think Tank” for good governance. Best available talent in the relevant fields, from the Government and Private sectors will be affiliated with this institution. The Chief Minister said that Maha Maya Inter Colleges having all the facilities will be set up for the boys and girls of NOIDA and Greater Noida. These residential colleges will be establish by the concern authority in their respective areas. In these colleges twenty per cent seats for SC, 20 per cent for OBC and 10 per cent for students from upper caste B.P.L. families will be reserved for admission. For the remaining fifty percent seats preference would be given to girls and boys of SC, ST, OBC, minorities, poor of Sarva Samaj and middle class families. An expenditure of approximately Rs. 150 crore will be made on each Inter college and a target for starting the academic session from the year 2009 has been fixed. Km. Mayawati said that two 200-bed state of the art multi-specialty Dr. Ambedkar hospitals would be established at Noida and Greater Noida. Persons belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Minority/ Upper-Caste Poor will get medical facilities at cheaper rates in these hospitals. An expenditure of Rs. 150 crore will be made for establishing the multi specialty Dr. Ambedkar hospital at Greater NOIDA while an expenditure Rs. 120 crore will be made on the District hospital at NOIDA for its up gradation as multi specialty Dr. Ambedkar Hospital. On this occasion of birthday, while releasing the third volume of her book “Mere Sangarshmai Jeevan Avam BSP Movement Ka Safarnama” Km. Mayawati expressed the confidence that the people would become more aware regarding her efforts for uniting the people of Sarva Samaj of the country. It would also give inspiration to the people of her party and the people having the sympathy with its movement. The earlier two volumes of this book have already been published. ***********

Demands Rs. 2,797 crore to waive/write off loans in drought affected areas

Lucknow : January 14, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Km. Mayawati has written a letter to the Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh on January 13, 2008 demanding Rs. 2,797 crore to write off/Waiver of loans for drought affected areas of the state. In a letter sent to Prime Minister, the C.M. said that State Government had demanded a comprehensive package from the Central Government on December 6, 2007 in which an assistance of Rs. 7,016 crore had been sought from the centre apart from the package for critical gap filing of Rs. 20,000 crore sent earlier but it still awaits a positive response from the Central Government. Underlining the State Government commitment to the cause of poor farmers and other persons of the weaker sections the C.M. said that a series of steps had already been initiated in the nine drought-affected districts. The State Government had already released about Rs. 400 crore from the Calamity Relief Fund in these districts for various relief measures. The Chief Minister said that the acute drought condition in the last few years has shattered the economy and has caused abject poverty and destitution. The worst affected are small and marginal farmers and landless labourers. This has resulted in high levels of indebtedness among them from both formal and informal sources of finance. After the assessment of the situation at the ground level it is concluded that the conditions of the poor farmers and landless labour can be ameliorated only after waiving the entire interest and writing off the entire loans. Km. Mayawati said that recommendation has been made to the Government of India for immediately initiating the process of waiving/writing off the agriculture advances made to farmers in the drought affected districts of Uttar Pradesh. In order to tackle the problem of farmers indebtedness to informal sources such as moneylenders, pawnbrokers, traders etc. it is suggested that banks may be directed to step in immediately to provide comprehensive debt relief to the farmers. The Chief Minister has also mentioned in the letter that the government of UP has initiated a series of relief and developmental measures, the banks may further be directed to step up the process of disbursal of fresh loans on easy terms. It is also suggested that the interest rate on the agriculture loan should be kept at 3 per cent and the Government of India must subsidize the balance portion of the interest. Km. Mayawati said that as the impact of drought coupled with general economic backwardness in this region is accentuating the misery of the farmers, it is proposed that a comprehensive long-term development plan along with funding mechanism and the strategy for its execution at the ground level may also be formulated without loss of time. *********

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All religions to gather at BSP convention

From correspondents in Madhya Pradesh, India, 11:00 PM IST

After cobbling together a pan-caste combination to rule Uttar Pradesh, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is aiming at a pan-religion combination to before elections at the national level.

Priests from all religions in India will make their presence felt at a BSP convention to be held here Sunday.

‘The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) expects to enlist at least 1,000 more Brahmin families in its fold during the party’s convention to be held Sunday in Bhopal,’ claimed an official release from the party.

‘Priests of all religions in India would also be present at the convention,’ said Kamal Pandey, in charge of the convention.

‘The convention is aimed at bringing all sections of society and people from all castes on one platform,’ he declared.

Mayawati offers three-acre plots to poor in Chhattisgarh

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati Saturday said her party would allot three-acre plots to every poor person if voted to power in Chhattisgarh which goes to the polls later this year.

Addressing a public meeting at the Science College ground here, Mayawati said: ‘Congress and the BJP have ruled the country since the independence but conditions of the scheduled caste (SC) and the scheduled tribe (ST) people has hardly improved.’

‘A large number of SC and ST community people are living in extreme poverty, the BSP will arrange jobs and allot three-acre government plots to each of them for their all round development,’ the BSP chief said amid cheering from nearly 20,000 people present.

With the Saturday’s rally, Mayawati formally launched her party’s election campaign for the assembly elections scheduled in November this year.

The BSP has just one seat in the 90-member state assembly.

Mayawati held the Congress-led central government and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state government responsible for the rise in the Maoist violence in the state. She said the both the government follow anti-development policies, which are pushing the youth to join the rebels.

Mayawati returned to Lucknow by a special plane late Saturday evening but her two-day visit has charged up the political atmosphere in the state.

Earlier, a few Samajwadi Party (SP) workers showed black flags when Mayawati landed at Raipur’s Mana airport. An hour later dozens of BSP cadres stormed into the residence of Balram Singh, state SP president, and set his car on fire after ransacking his house at Rajendra Nagar.

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Maya’s march to Delhi:  She is PM material.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

She’s 52 and is talking big. After an absolute majority in Uttar Pradesh, there seems to be no stopping Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati who celebrated her birthday in her trademark lavish style in Delhi on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, her party’s vote share has risen in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh and if it crosses 50 seats in the 2009 General Elections, Mayawati could become far bigger than just the chief minister of UP.

CNN-IBN debated Mayawati as a possible contender for the Prime Miniter’s post on Face the Nation.

Mayawati and her party’s ambitions have never been a secret. While BSP’s founding father Kanshi Ram always maintained that for the party, the ultimate aim was to capture power in Delhi, Mayawati has never made a secret of her long-term aim. In fact, when US Magazine Newsweek ranked her among the top eight women leaders last year, this is what Mayawati said in her article: Our aim now is to replicate the winning formula in other states and prepare for the bigger struggle to capture power in New Delhi.

Considering her ambition and her show in UP elections, this could be a giant leap.

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While the past may no longer be a reliable guide to the future with De-limitation re-classifying reserved seats and redrawing constituency boundaries, it is the rise of destiny’s other daughter,

Mayawati marked her 52nd birthday on an ominous note to the Congress with a call for trifurcation of Uttar Pradesh. Little wonder that both Congress Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made it a point to greet her.

So why exactly is Mayawati pushing for splitting Uttar Pradesh if smaller states have been the death knell of regional parties ?

To understand Mayawati’s gamble we need to look ahead on the strategy or combination of strategies that will serve the Bahujan Samaj Party’s long term objectives. Mayawati has left no one in doubt on her long term aspirations of becoming the nation’s first Dalit Prime Minister but then Mayawati is no Gujral or Gowda or for that a matter a Yadav or Naidu. She neither has the patience nor the accomodation for a 3rd front type lame duck arrangement that will make her Prime Minister in name only. Her win in the recent Uttar Pradesh election has shown us that the scenario that best suits the BSP is one in which it is no longer at the mercy of coalition politics.

It is this aspect of her personality and her preferrred political arrangement that should offer us clues on where she is headed. By trifurcating UP she is gambling on driving a death knell into Mulayam Singh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party. The SP which has reduced itself into an unholy nexus of special interests lead by an ageing Yadav out of touch with reality may not have the capacity for alternate power centers in a trifurcated state. A weakened SP would lock Mayawati’s hold on Uttar Pradesh come Lok Sabha elections. It would also do something more ….

So here you have a party that swears by the poor, can reach out to upper caste Brahmins and lower caste Dalits alike, has a majority hold on what was once Uttar Pradesh to corner a lion’s share of Lok Sabha seats, what does that remind you ?

The Indira Gandhi lead Congress in its hey days.

That is exactly the social coalition that Mayawati is looking to re-stitch as she sets her eyes on New Delhi by looking beyond UP’s broken borders. In fact it would not be an exaggeration to predict that if everything goes well for this destiny’s daughter, Mayawati can indeed become the central pole of Left of Center Social Justice politics in the decade to come laying what is left of the Congress by the wayside.

Which brings us back to the BJP’s destination 300 calculation ?

If the BSP continues along its current path to start attracting the social coalition that once made up the Congress’ vote bank, it will start expanding at the expense of the Congress to solidify the BJP’s prospects in those 297 seats that it once won.

Offstumped Bottomline: Mayawati may very well be Rahul Gandhi’s nemesis in the years to come as she prepares to undo the social coalition that kept the Congress in business over the decades. The trifurcation of Uttar Pradesh could see the beginning of the BSP’s rise eventually at the Congress’ expense in the rest of the nation. As the BJP sets its eye on 300 odd Lok Sabha seats it would do well to lend a helping hand to destiny’s this Daughter to help itself.

 

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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

For The Gain of the Many and For the Welfare of the Many-U.P. C.M. launches ambitious Gang a Express-way Project on her birthday-Demands Rs. 2,797 crore

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All smiles: Chief Minister Mayawati laying the foundation of the Ganga Expressway in Lucknow on her 52nd birthday.

For The Gain of the Many and For the Welfare of the Many-U.P. C.M. launches ambitious Ganga Express-way Project on her birthday-Demands Rs. 2,797 crore to waive/write off loans in drought affected areas -Mayawati calls for trifurcation of Uttar Pradesh-Many Many Happy Returns of The Day! To Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji To-Day! For The Gain of the Many and For the Welfare of the Many-Lucknow turns blue on Mayawati’s birthday -15 January, 2008-On the auspicious occasion of 52nd birthdad of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati-Special Gifts Development of most backward Areas of The State and Poor families-* Launching of “ganga Express” Project between Ballia and Noida by Ms MAYAWATI-*Historica l Liberal Policy For Rehabilitation and Resettlement of Families affected due to acqusition of land for Ganga Expressway Project-* New Health Insurance Scheme : Free Treatment of the Families Below Poverty Line-* Rs. 1600 crore Novel Action Plan for making 9 districts of Bundelkhand and Vindhyanchal region Drought Proof-* Setting up of 4000 MW Ultra-Mega-Power Project at Lalitpur with N.T.P.C.-*Setting up of “Centre for Good Governance” for acting as a Think Tank and replicating best practices-*Release of Book “Mere Sangharshmai Jeevan Evam B.S.P Movement Ka Safarnama Part-3″ by Ms. Mayawati Ji-REHABILITATION POLICY-BENEFITS OF BALLIA TO NOIDA GANGA EXPRESSWAY-Novel Action Plan for making 9 districts of Bundelkhand & Vindhyachal region drought-proof- Health Insurance Scheme for the families Below Poverty Line (B.P.L.)-Establishm ent of multi speciality hospital and national level inter college at Noida & Greater Noida

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Mayawati calls for trifurcation of Uttar Pradesh
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Lucknow : Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Tuesday advocated trifurcation of the state but put the onus of initiating the move on the ruling Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA).

“I am all for the division of Uttar Pradesh into three parts and would heartily support the creation of a separate Bundelkhand as a first step, provided the move is initiated by the Congress-ruled centre,” Mayawati said at a press conference on the occasion of her 52nd birthday celebrations at her official residence here.

Her support for carving out an independent state of Bundelkhand in southern Uttar Pradesh, a Purvanchal in the east and another province in the west comes a day before Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi visits Jhansi, the heart of the Bundelkhand region.

While attributing the backwardness and poverty in Bundelkhand to perennial drought, she said: “That problem has been there for decades; past state and central governments did not care to do anything about it.”

Mayawati added that the previous Mulayam Singh Yadav government had “made a mockery of drought affected farmers of Bundelkhand by offering them cheques of Rs.10 and Rs.20 as relief”.

However, her government has “enhanced the minimum agriculture subsidy from Rs.250 to Rs.1,000 and a sum of Rs.135 crore (Rs.1.35 billion) has been distributed to those who have suffered losses of more than 50 percent of their ‘kharif’ crop”, she said.

She talked about a Rs.16 billion action plan for eradication of drought from the region as well as setting up a 4,000 MW thermal power project in collaboration with the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC). Both were amongst the list of projects scheduled be launched by her on her birthday.

Rahul Gandhi is likely to demand more funds from New Delhi for Bundelkhand. Mayawati’s demand for Rs.800 billion for the development of Bundelkhand and Purvanchal regions was already pending before the Manmohan Singh government.

The demand for a separate state of Bundelkhand, of which some areas fall in Madhya Pradesh, appears to be becoming a new divisive issue. Besides the Congress and Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is also planning to focus on the region.

Many Many Happy Returns of The Day!

To Bahen Kumari Mayawati Ji To-Day!

Would be Prime Minister of Jambudvipa i.e., The Great Prabuddha Bharath Any Day!

May You Be Happy, Well and Secure All Day!

Calm, Quiet, Alert, Attentive and Equanimity Mind with a Clear Understanding that nothing is Permanent - The Blessed, Awakend One’s Noble Eightfold Way!

For the Gain of the Many and for their Happiness and Gay!

Your Distribution of Budget to all sections of Sarv Samaj is the best Way!

Farmers are Happy with your Healthy Seeds Scheme All the Way!

Unemployed are Happy with your Financial Assistant Scheme to do Bussiness with Joy!

Government Employees with all sections of Sarv Samaj Represented are Happy with your Efficient Administration Throughout The day!

15 January, 2008

On the auspicious occasion of 52nd birthdad of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati

For Allround Development of most backward Areas of The State and Poor families……

* Launching of “ganga Express” Project

between Ballia and Noida by Ms MAYAWATI

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*Historical Liberal Policy For Rehabilitation and Resettlement

of Families affected due to acqusition of land for Ganga Expressway Project

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* New Health Insurance Scheme : Free Treatment

of the Families Below Poverty Line

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* Rs. 1600 crore Novel Action Plan for making 9 districts of Bundelkhand and Vindhyanchal region Drought Proof

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* Setting up of 4000 MW Ultra-Mega-Power Project

at Lalitpur with N.T.P.C.

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*Setting up of “Centre for Good Governance” for

acting as a Think Tank and replicating best practices

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*Release of Book “Mere Sangharshmai Jeevan Evam B.S.P Movement Ka Safarnama Part-3″ by Ms. Mayawati Ji

The Government has formulated a liberal and comprehensive policy for rehabilitation of families affected by acquisition of land for Ganga Expressway Project. So far, compensation was given, only for land and property situated there on, to the affected families. But bow provision has been paid to provide several other facilities, in addition to payment of compensation.

REHABILITATION POLICY

* Minimum land of the farmers will be acquires and acquisition of land will be on the basis of mutual agreement, Maximum usar and barren land and land unsuitable for farming will be acquired.

* In cases if land acqusition for main Expressway, besides compensation, minimum exgratia of 20,000 will be made to the affected families.

* As a result of land acqusition for Expressway, if any land owner becomes landless, marginal and small farmers, or in exceptional cases the house of any person is acquired, such person will be provided same additional facilities as will be provided to the persons whose land will be acquired for works other than the main Expressway.

* The families whose houses are acquired will be alloted residential plots upto a limit of actual area. Residential land alloted will be 250 sq.metre in rural areas and 150 sq.metres in urban areas.

* 15% of the plots, developed for allotment, will be reserved for allotment by sale to the affected persons by separate lottery system.

* One person of a single family, affected by land acqusition will be provided employment subject to suitability for job and availability of vacancy in Bhoomi Arjankari Nikay Pariyojana.

* Employment oriented training will be sponsored for every such member of family who is suitable for employment for which the developer or his associates will set up I.T.I. and technical training centre.

* Affected families, which are unable to get employment in the cases of land acqusition will be given rehabilitation subsidy which will be equal to agriculture labour wages of 750 days and affected families will be given monthly subsistance allowance equal to the wages of 25 days of agriculture labour for a period of one yearfrom the date of displacement.

* Minimum financial assistance of Rs.25,000 will be provided for construction of shops to self-employed persons.

* Financial assistance of Rs. 10000 will be given to the affected families for house construction material and for transfer of their belongings, besides this, additional assistance of Rs.5000 will be given to the families having cattle.

* Basic infrastructure facilities, such as roads, drinking water, power, school etc. will be developed by the develper in populated area. Free residential plot will be made available to the affected family in the area adjecent to populated area.

BENEFITS OF BALLIA TO NOIDA GANGA EXPRESSWAY

* With the construction of ganga Expressway the journey time between eastern Uttar Pradesh and Delhi will be reduced to 10 hours. Through this Expressway, from Delhi one can reach to Baduan in 1.5 hrs. Farrukhabad in 3 hrs., Kanpur in 4 hrs. Allahabad in 6 hrs. and Varanasi in 7 hrs. The agricultural products of the industries set-up in the districts adjacent to the Expressway will reach the freah, benefiting the farmers directly.

* “Delhi-Mumbai dedicated Frieght Corridor” is being constructed by Government of India. On the completion of this corridor the goods from Dadri could reach to Gujratand Mumbai Port is within 24 hours. Ganga Express will link Frieght Corridor in Dadri. As a result of this the export-import for entrepreneurs of Uttar Pradesh will be facililtated.

* Cent percent capital investment will be made by private Developer for construction of Expressway. The Developer, for the return of his capital, will develop investment Region near the Expressway. the profit accruing from the investment Region will compensate the expenditure incurred on the construction of Expressway.Therefore, the Developer will ensure for his profit by the setting up of industries.

* With the setting up of industries in investement region the employment opportunities will be generated and face of the area will go asea change.

* Industries in an area of about 10,000 acres will be set up with the development of Investment Region. With the setting up of of about 500 large scale industries & 6-7 thousand medium and small industries, about three lakh persons will get direct as well as indirect employment.

* With the aim of providing more and more employment opportunities to the local people, several type of technical/vocationa l institutions will be set up each in an area of 1.5 acres. with the opening of 35 I.T.Is, 20 politechnic level institutions, 10 engineering colleges, 5 medical colleges and different paramedical schools as many as 20 thousand students will benefit. These institutions will also provide employment to about 20,000 people.

* About 500 large and small units will be agro-based which will directly benefit farmers.

* About 7-8 lakh people will work or live in these developmeny areas in the next 10 years. Commercial establishments, shops, hotels, truck and bus terminus and taxies will also operate to provide services. This will also provide avenues of employment to 1-2 lakh people.

* Expressway is being constructed on the left bank of river Ganga. This area is affected by floods. This project will provide relief to flood affected area. Farmers will get opportunity to grow two crops.

* As many as 36 tehsils of 19 districts in the vicinity of Ganga Expressway will get direct benefit of the development. About 5 lakh persons will mget employment and children will get world level opportunity of technical/vocationa l education.

* There will be no toll tax on service road of Ganga Expressway.

Novel Action Plan for making 9 districts of Bundelkhand & Vindhyachal region drought-proof

* Kisan Benefit Scheme, efficient water management, R.I.D.F. National Watershed and Flood Prone River valley Scheme to be run at a cost of Rs.96 crore.

* Setting up of nurseries, new horticulture plantation, bio-farming, farmers training, arrangement of management after plucking and marketing and protected farming to be developed at a cost of Rs.52 crore.

* Construction of watershed management, minor irregation, check dam and bunds and bundies at a cost of Rs.98 crore.

* Fodder development, compressed fodder block, setting up of veternary hospitals, and disease eradication lab. by spending a sum of Rs.60 crore.

* Afforestation in drought hit areas, land and water conservation, and plantation of fodder plants at a cost of Rs.25 crore.

* Construction of new tubewells, reboring of failed govt.tubewells, modernisation of functional tubewells and construction of small canals at a cost of Rs.90 crore.

* Rural drinking water scheme, installation of hand pumps, repair and reboring of hand pumps, deep boring of hand pumps, construction of model water resvoirs in each gram panchayat at a cost of Rs.1000 crore.

* Drought-proof scheme costing Rs.152 crore.

* Survey work, water quality, rain water harvesting, and exploratory tubewell at acost of Rs.22 crore.

Health Insurance Scheme for the families Below Poverty Line (B.P.L.)

* Facility of free treatment upto a limit of Rs.30,000 per annum will be provided in case of admission in government and private hospitals for treatment of all the ailments.

* Computerised smart card will be made available to each beneficiary family for providing cashless medical facility. All the details of beneficiary family and information of balance amount after taking medical treatment will be available in the card.

* The facility for delivery and treatment of newly born babies has also been included.

* Annual registration fee of Rs.30 will be charged from each poor family.

Establishment of multi speciality hospital and national level inter college at Noida & Greater Noida

* Decision to upgrade Government District Hospital to 200 bed by NOIDA at a cost of Rs.120 crore and setting up a 200 bed higher level multi-speciality dr.Ambedkar Hospital by Greater NOIDA at a cost of Rs.150 crore.

* Facility of specialised medical facility will be made available at cheaper rates to the poor people in these hospitals.

* Decision to set up national level Mahamaya Inter Colleges for boys and girls with fully residential facilities each at NOIDA and Greater NOIDA at a cost of Rs.300 crore.

* Boys and girls of any part of Uttar Pradesh can get admission in these colleges. As many as 20 percent seats for scheduled castes, 20 percent for other backward castes, 10 percent for boys and girls of such families of other castes subsisting below the povert will be reserved.

Lucknow turns blue on Mayawati’s birthday
Monday, January 14, 2008 14:23 [IST]

Lucknow: City of Nawabs has turned blue , the official colour of the ruling Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), on the occasion of the 52nd birthday of Utar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati.

The BSP supremo, who will celebrate her birthday tomorrow in a simple way, has asked party workers to help the needy, particulary people from the Sarva Samaj, on the day.

A symbolic cake would be cut in all the 403 assembly constituencies where BSP workers would inform people about the achievements of the Mayawati government. Cassettes and CDs of the achievements of the government would also be distributed free of cost.

A 52-kg cake would be cut in the Lucknow (east) constituency followed by a community feast. However, entire Lucknow has been decorated with each and every important place of the party including Prerna Kendra, Ambedkar Memorial, Chief Minister’s residence and BSP office.

Most of the roundabouts in the state capital were lighted with colourful decorative lights. BSP’s blue flag with party’s symbol elephant engrossed were seen everywhere in the city.

Blue gates have been erected across the state capital. Mayawati, asking the party workers to make the occasion as simple as possible, said unlike previous occasions, this time there would be no big function. But she said the workers financial donation to strengthen the party and helping the needy would still be the main attraction of the day.

According to the programme, the four-time Chief Minister of UP, who will turn 52 on that day, will launch several developmental programmes in the state including laying of the foundation stone of the ambitious 1000 km Ganga Expressway in the state capital.

Mayawati in the evening will also release a book Mere Sangharsh Ki Kahani: BSP ka Safarnama (third edition) written by her at a function in New Delhi.

Source : UNI

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Mayawati to celebrate 52nd birthday

Present Chief Minister of UP and strong BSP leader Bahanji Mayawati will celebrate her 52nd birthday tomorrow. Born on 15 January, 1956 in Delhi, Mayawati has achieved great heights in her political career. She has emerged as stronger leader in Indian politics after winning the UP election without the support of any other political party. Many people believe her great social engineering skills behind her great success in UP.

Mayawati also holds the credit of first Dalit women to become the Chief Minister of any state of India. She was also chief minister of UP for three times earlier with the support of BJP but this time she is CM without any external support. Therefore, we can hope that this birthday of Mayawati will be a great affair for Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and therefore, BSP will try hard to make this birthday of Mayawati a memorable moment for her.

Already, preparations for her Birthday are almost complete and her houses in Lucknow and Delhi are given complete makeover to look attractive. Mayawati’s birthdays have always remained matter of debate in earlier past due to huge funfair and activities. Though, Mayawati has ordered her party men and supporter to stay calm on this birthday, but presently, it looks that they are not ready to obey her. Mayawati’s birthday is also famous for exchange of expensive gifts and money and already, Mayawati has asked her supporters and workers to give money for the party works.

Opposition’s parties in UP have already started blaming Mayawati for forcefully getting money from people on the name of her birthday. After this massive win in UP, Maywati is very optimistic about winning more elections nationwide and she has also shown her interest for the Prime Minsiter seat. May be Mayawati need more money for this purpose and making her parties more strong in other states of India? Real picture of her birthday celebrations will only be available in front us by tomorrow night only.

Mayawati to acquire new aircraft for personal use

Lucknow, December 8: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has decided to buy a brand new aircraft for her personal travel and sent off senior officials in her government to the United States to negotiate the deal.

Senior officials, including Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister Shailesh Krishna, have flown to the US Friday to shop for the latest aircraft to add to the fleet.

Official sources told IANS that the plane was being bought for the state government, but the aircraft will be for her personal use. Mayawati already has two planes of the state government at her disposal.

Just recently the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief flew in a chopper from her official residence in Lucknow to the Ramabai Rally Sthal, to address a mammoth rally on the occasion of BSP leader Kanshi Ram’s death anniversary, much to the delight of her supporters.

“Her travel by air makes her Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa i.e., The Great Prabuddha Bharath supporters feel proud of her as they see it as another milestone in their social advancement.

Plans to purchase an exclusive aircraft for her travel have been in the pipeline for almost a month.

“A Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa i.e., The Great Prabuddha Bharath ki beti (daughter of a Schedule Caste) using a chopper, becoming chief minister of the India’s largest state gives the Schedule Castes a sense of achievement.

India to buy 3 Boeings for VVIPs

September 06, 2005 17:04 IST

Close on the heels of acquiring Embraer executive planes, the government on Tuesday cleared the purchase of three wide-bodied Boeing 737-700 business executive jets, equipped with missile deflecting security suits, for dedicated long-distance travel by VVIPs.

To be bought at a cost of over Rs 1,000 crore (Rs 10 billion), these jets will replace the two ageing Boeing 737-200 aircraft purchased in 1983 for VVIP travel, Defence Minister Pranab Mukherjee said after a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security in New Delhi presided over by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

These executive jets will be delivered by January 2009 and will be fitted with missile deflecting security suits at a cost of $44.6 million (Rs 200 crore). The three planes will cost $169.90 million (about Rs 800 crore).

According to officials of Boeing, a US firm, the planes can fly 12 hours non-stop and are configured to carry 20 to 25 persons. They said it was up to the Indian Air Force to decide on the capacity of the aircraft.

The aircraft have a specialised communication chamber, a bed area, a security chamber and certain specialized facilities.

The Boeing company has sold 80 of these exclusive executive jets worldwide including three in India. One of these planes is being flown by Sahara for its top executives.

The decision to purchase the aircraft comes close on the heels of delivery of three of the five Embraer Legacy Jets. Five of these jets have been purchased at a cost of about Rs 780 crore (Rs 7.80 billion).

While the four Embraer planes will flown by the Communications Squadrons of the Air Force for VVIP domestic travel, one would be assigned to the Union home ministry to be operated by the Border Security Force aviation unit.

While three of these jets have already arrived in India, the remaining two are expected to be delivered in the next 12 months. These jets, like the new Boeings, are also fitted with US-built missile deflecting security systems.

BY : Glenn Pew, Contributing Editor

The Indian Air Force is slated to begin testing in 2008 for its first $60 million Boeing Business Jet after it is equipped with a system designed to protect the aircraft from attack by ground or air based threats. The aircraft’s intended duties will include transport of India’s “VVIPs” — its prime minister and top cabinet officials — and otherwise serve as India’s version of Air Force 1. The aircraft is expected to fulfill its role as part of a modernization plan that would allow dignitaries increased overseas range of 6,000 nautical miles, plus increased comfort, and an entourage of up to 49 people. It is only the first of three such aircraft on order with the IAF and is expected to enter service in April of 2008 after its defense systems have been successfully tested.

IAF planning to procure advanced choppers

NEW DELHI, June 19: Indian Air Force is planning to procure eight advanced helicopters, equipped with special systems to ward off missile attacks, to ferry the President, the Vice-President, the Prime Minister and other VVIPs.

“The new VVIP helicopters will have advanced avionics, protection, electronic counter-measures, night visions as well as advanced communication,” top Defence Ministry officials said.

“These helicopters will have features like those recently chosen to transport the US President,” they said.

The Government has floated tenders for the aquisition of special choppers with leading companies like Augusts Westland EH101, Eurocopter Cougar, Sikrosky SH-62, Bell Helicopters and Kazan M-172 choppers.

The new VVIP helicopters will replace the IAF old warhorse Mi-8 helicopters inducted in 1982.

The IAF is seeking a three-engined helicopter with flying ceiling higher than 17,000 feet to enable them to transport VVIPs to remote areas.

The air force, at present, has about 400 helicopters most of which are ageing Mi-8 version which do not have night flying capability.

The force also has a large number of twin-seater Cheetah and Chetak Mi-24 and 35 gunships as well as modern Mi-17s of Russian make.

With the force on the verge of acquiring first of the five advanced embraer passenger jets from Brazil for ferrying VVIPs in the country, IAF officials said the VVIP squadron would be expanded soon by infusion of more technical personnel as well as advanced repair and overhaul facilities.

The first of legacy jets ENB135PJ is scheduled to be delivered in August this year and two more by year-end. India has signed a deal with Brazil for the supply of five jets to replace the VVIP squadron’s ageing Boeing 737.

IAF sources said these jets before delivery would be flown to boeing facilities in the United States to equip them with special protection and advanced electronic measures. Washington after initial reluctance had recently cleared the proposal for equipping the aircraft with special systems.

The expansion of the VVIP squadron has to be undertaken due to induction of these new VVIP jets as well as advanced helicopters, the sources said.

India is also considering plans to acquire two wide bodied jets for foreign tours of VVIPs. The President, Vice-President and the Prime Minister currently use air India’s wide-bodied jumbo for foreign tour. (PTI)

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13/31 (Closed) 3,390 11,122 Paved
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Aircraft Landings Summary
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Traffic and Operation Summary
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Total International Freight (in metric tons)
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All Cargo Landed Weight Report

Identifies total aircraft landed weight of airlines that are strictly all cargo (freighter), no passengers, and “other” airlines that have cargo in the belly of the aircraft. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Reported in 1,000 pounds. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Deplaned Passenger Comparison Report

Total number of incoming passengers per airline. Identifies percentage (market share) of incoming passengers at Sea-Tac. Includes same month of previous year. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Enplaned Passenger Breakdown Report

Total number of outgoing passengers at Sea-Tac, separated by either domestic or international, per airline. Identifies percentage (market share) of passengers separated by domestic and international at Sea-Tac. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Enplaned Passenger Comparison Report

Total number of outgoing passengers per airline at Sea-Tac. Identifies percentage (market share) of outgoing passengers at Sea-Tac. Includes same month of previous year. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Total International Passengers

Combined total number of international enplaned and deplaned passengers per airline. Identifies percentage (market share) of total passengers enplaned and deplaned at Sea-Tac. Includes same month of previous year. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report.

Deplaned International Passengers

Total number of incoming international passengers per airline at Sea-Tac International Airport. Identifies percentage (market share) of incoming international passengers at Sea-Tac. Includes same month of previous year. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report.

Enplaned International Passengers

Total number of outgoing international passengers per airline at Sea-Tac International Airport. Identifies percentage (market share) of outgoing international passengers at Sea-Tac. Includes same month of previous year. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report.

Route Category Landings by Airline

Total number of landings of aircraft at Sea-Tac, separated by airlines for the month separated by International, Domestic, Air Taxi/Commuter, and All Cargo.

Aircraft Landings Summary

Total number of landings of aircraft at Sea-Tac, separated by airlines for the month. Includes same month last year with difference between the years and percentage of difference. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report.

Landing by Aircraft Make/Model

Show total of aircraft make/models for the month. Includes daily average of how many landed at Sea-Tac on a daily average. Identifies percentage (market share) of make/models at Sea-Tac for the month. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report.

Revenue Trip Landed Weight Report

Identifies total aircraft landed weight at Sea-Tac for the month separated by airlines. Includes same month last year with difference between the years Identifies percentage (market and percentage of difference. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Reported in 1,000 pounds. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Passenger Breakdown Report

Total number of incoming and outgoing passengers at Sea-Tac, by airline, separated by either domestic or international. Identifies percentage (market share) of passengers separated by domestic and international at Sea-Tac. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Passenger Comparison Report

Total number of incoming and outgoing passengers per airline at Sea-Tac. Identifies percentage (market share) of passengers incoming and outgoing at Sea-Tac. Includes same month of previous year. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

 

Traffic and Operation Summary

This page summarizes passengers, air freight, air mail by domestic, international, enplaned, deplaned, and totals. It also includes total number of operations separated by Air Carrier (scheduled major airlines), Air Taxi (small commercial airplane used for short flights between localities not served by scheduled airlines), General Aviation, Military, and training flights.

Traffic Source Report

Shows airlines that submitted reports for current month and their airline code.

Total International Freight (in metric tons)

Total number of international tons of air freight (mail weight not included), by airline, being loaded and unloaded at Sea-Tac for a specific month. Includes same month of previous year with difference and percentage of change. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report.

Deplaned International Freight (in metric tons)

Total number of international tons of air freight (mail weight not included), by airline, being unloaded at Sea-Tac for a specific month. Includes same month of previous year with difference and percentage of change. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report.

Enplaned International Freight (in metric tons)

Total number of international tons of air freight (mail weight not included), by airline, being loaded at Sea-Tac for a specific month. Includes same month of previous year with difference and percentage of change. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report.

Freight Breakdown Report

Total number of metric tons of air freight (mail weight not included), being loaded and unloaded at Sea-Tac, by airline, separated by either domestic or international. Identifies percentage (market share) of air freight loaded and unloaded by domestic and international at Sea-Tac. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Enplaned Freight Breakdown Report

Total number of metric tons of air freight (mail weight not included), being loaded at Sea-Tac, by airline, separated by either domestic or international. Identifies percentage (market share) of air freight loaded by domestic and international at Sea-Tac. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Deplaned Freight Breakdown Report

Total number of metric tons of air freight (mail weight not included), being unloaded at Sea-Tac, by airline, separated by either domestic or international. Identifies percentage (market share) of air freight unloaded by domestic and international at Sea-Tac. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Freight Comparison Report

Total number of metric tons of air freight (mail weight not included), being loaded and unloaded at Sea-Tac, by airline, not separated by either domestic or international. Identifies percentage (market share) of air freight loaded and unloaded at Sea-Tac. Includes same month of previous year with difference and percentage of change. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Enplaned Freight Comparison Report

Total number of metric tons of air freight (mail weight not included), being loaded at Sea-Tac, by airline, not separated by either domestic or international. Identifies percentage (market share) of air freight loaded at Sea-Tac. Includes same month of previous year with difference and percentage of change. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.

Deplaned Freight Comparison Report

Total number of metric tons of air freight (mail weight not included), being unloaded at Sea-Tac, by airline, not separated by either domestic or international. Identifies percentage (market share) of air freight unloaded at Sea-Tac. Includes same month of previous year with difference and percentage of change. Year-to-date is reported on right side of report. Separated by Lease Agreements, Operating Agreements, and Non-Agreement airlines.
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Assocham regrets Mayawati’s decision on quota

NEW DELHI: The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) has strongly opposed the decision of the Mayawati government in Uttar Pradesh for imposing reservation on Indian Inc. that intend to work with the State government by obtaining contracts from it.

Wide debate urged

In a statement issued here, D.S. Rawat, secretary-general, Assocham, said the issue should be widely debated across the country and the Centre should accordingly come out with a national policy that could be complied with.

He expressed the fear that with U.P. coming out with this kind of reservation policy, the productivity of Indian Inc. would be eroded to a large extent and its repercussions would be so cascading that other States might follow it.

Therefore, such decisions should be opposed tooth and nail as they were not in the national interest, said Mr. Rawat.

And such  anti-Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa i.e.The Great Prabudda Bharath attitude of the Invders and their stooges must and should be opposed tooth and nail in the Sarvajan Hithay Sarvajan Sukhay (Gain of the many and Happiness of many) interest says the Triple Gem Study Circle.
 
JP Associates bag Ganga Expressway Project

It will cover 1,047 KM and pass through 19 districts




State has received no objection from NHAI

Social impact of the 40,000 crore project under study




LUCKNOW: Infrastructure giants Jaiprakash Associates have bagged the prestigious Rs.40,000-crore Ganga Expressway project, beating a consortium led by Anil Ambani’s Reliance Energy, Unitech India and others.

The Uttar Pradesh Cabinet at its meeting here on Thursday approved the name of JP Associates as the developers for the 1,047-km expressway, which would link Noida to Ballia, passing through 19 districts along the banks of the Ganga, State’s Industrial Development Commissioner Atul Kumar Gupta told reporters.

Earlier, an empowered committee headed by State Chief Secretary P. K. Mishra had recommended the proposal of JP Associates for the project, he said.

The price proposals of five companies — Gammon India, Unitech India, Zoom Developers Consortium, Reliance Energy consortium and JP Associates — which had made bids for the project were referred to the empowered committee after a scrutiny by the bid evaluation committee, Mr. Gupta said.

According to Mr. Gupta, JP Associates had sought the “lowest development rights” and hence were awarded the project.

He said JP had sought 30,000 acres of land valued at Rs. 293 crore, which is the minimum.

The 1,047 km expressway, which promises to reduce travel time from Ballia to Noida to about ten hours, is aimed at developing regions in the State by opening up ten major economic and development zones of 4-5 thousand acres each alongside the way.

Mr. Gupta said the whole project was divided into four parts and bids were invited for each of them separately as well combining them all.

Mr. Gupta said that the State Government had not received any “formal objection” from the NHAI on the expressway project. He said the social impact of the project was under study, but rejected an assertion that it would cause floods.PTI

 
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