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http://www.freshnews.in/mayawati-holds-massive-rally-in-lucknow-47265

 

Uttar Pradesh state Chief Minister Mayawati addresses a press conference in New Delhi, India, Saturday, July 12, 2008. The central Bureau of Investigation has filed an affidavit against Mayawati in a disproportionate assets case, newspapers reported. (AP Photo/Gurinder Osan)

Latest News

Mass Appeal: Bahujan Samaj Party supporters at a rally addressed by party president Mayawati

Mayawati holds massive rally in Lucknow

By
Indo-Asian News Service on
Saturday, August 9, 2008

Filed Under: Latest India News

Lucknow, Aug 9 (IANS) All roads in
Lucknow appeared to be leading to the Rama Bai Ambedkar Maidan Saturday, where
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has
convened her party’s
day-long conclave - clearly aimed at projecting her as India’s next prime
minister.

Party
activists drawn from different corners of the country headed for the sprawling
42-acre venue especially carved out by none other than Mayawati for her earlier
rally here in October last year.

Almost every lamp post in Lucknow was plastered
with huge portraits of Mayawati - with the Indian parliament in the backdrop.

Saturday’s meet has been called a
“workers’ convention”, but Mayawati’s party lieutenants as well as the state
machinery has left no stone unturned to convert the event into a loud show of
the party’s strength. Party leaders and officials were engaged in round-the-clock
preparations for the past few days.

The Rama Bai Ambedkar Maidan as well
as the entire state capital has been virtually painted in the BSP blue with
thousands of party hoardings, banners and posters dotting the Lucknow skyline.

Before Mayawati arrived at the venue
in a helicopter, party enthusiasts remained busy singing paens to her,
repeatedly describing her as “future prime minister”.

“Pure desh mein mach gaya
shor, haathi chala dilli ki oar” (The entire nation is abuzz with the news that
the elephant (BSP symbol) is marching towards Delhi) was among the popular slogans.

While everyone referred to Kanshi Ram,
her mentor and party founder, as the torchbearer - none missed out on
emphasising that the consolidation of real power in the hands of the Dalits had
been done only by Mayawati.

It was not just the crowd that was
overwhelming, everything about the rally was grand - the logistics, the security
and the ostentation was blatantly on display at the flower
bedecked giant-sized dais draped in the party blue and white. A dozen split air
conditioners were placed on the dais too.

The key slogan on all sides of the
dais was “UP hamari hui, ab Dilli ki baari hai” (Uttar Pradesh is ours, and now
it is the turn of Delhi), supplemented by loud cries of “Babasaheb aur Kanshi
Ram ka mission adhoora, Behen-ji karengi poora” (The incomplete mission of
Babasaheb Ambedkar and Kanshi Ram will be completed by Mayawati) and “Bharat ki
majboori hai; Behenji zaroori hain” (Mayawati is necessary for India), as the
BSP chief walked up to the dais waving to her audience, attired in her
charasteristic cream coloured salwar-kameez suit.

Expelled Congress leader and former
minister of external affairs Natwar Singh was also present. He is expected to
formally join the party Saturday.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB121840401494128065.html?mod=rss_whats_news_asia

 

The Wall Street Journal Home Page

 

Kumari Mayawati - Click to view image in its original context

Kumari Mayawati

Mayawati Plans to Seek India’s Premier Post

By Paul Beckett

Word Count: 548

NEW DELHI — Kumari Mayawati, one of
India’s most controversial and powerful politicians, on Saturday effectively
launched her candidacy to be the next prime minister following national
elections that must be held before next May.

Ms. Mayawati, who is universally
known only as “Mayawati,” is the chief minister of India’s biggest
state, Uttar Pradesh. She has risen to prominence as a champion of Dalits, the
Indians at the bottom of the caste hierarchy also known as untouchables. Ms.
Mayawati is a Dalit.

“When I can become the chief
minister of the most populous state four times, why can I not …

 

Mayawati
largesse for UP’s poor

Lucknow
(PTI): In a move to fulfill longstanding demands of the poor to uplift their
healthcare, housing, power supply and road connectivity, Uttar Pradesh Chief
Minister on Wednesday laid foundation of various development schemes worth Rs
250 crores in the Vrindavan/Brij region of Mathura district.

Mayawati
said she has directed officials to complete the projects in time and in a phase
manner during a period of one year so as to restore the pride of Vrindavan.

Completion
of the schemes, including a 100-bed hospital, would be an important landmark in
fulfilling the longstanding demand of the region, Mayawati said at the
foundation laying ceremony.

She said
despite the demand of the people of the area, which has heavy inflow of both
national and international tourists, previous governments had
“ignored” development of the region.

The chief
minister also asked the state tourism department to prepare a masterplan for
the region in three months time to draw more visitors.

http://www.freshnews.in/mayawati-holds-massive-rally-in-lucknow-47265

 

Latest News

Mayawati holds massive rally in Lucknow

By
Indo-Asian News Service on
Saturday, August 9, 2008

Filed Under: Latest India News

Lucknow, Aug 9 (IANS) All roads in
Lucknow appeared to be leading to the Rama Bai Ambedkar Maidan Saturday, where
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has
convened her party’s
day-long conclave - clearly aimed at projecting her as India’s next prime
minister.

Party
activists drawn from different corners of the country headed for the sprawling
42-acre venue especially carved out by none other than Mayawati for her earlier
rally here in October last year.

Almost every lamp post in Lucknow was plastered
with huge portraits of Mayawati - with the Indian parliament in the backdrop.

Saturday’s meet has been called a
“workers’ convention”, but Mayawati’s party lieutenants as well as the state
machinery has left no stone unturned to convert the event into a loud show of
the party’s strength. Party leaders and officials were engaged in round-the-clock
preparations for the past few days.

The Rama Bai Ambedkar Maidan as well
as the entire state capital has been virtually painted in the BSP blue with
thousands of party hoardings, banners and posters dotting the Lucknow skyline.

Before Mayawati arrived at the venue
in a helicopter, party enthusiasts remained busy singing paens to her,
repeatedly describing her as “future prime minister”.

“Pure desh mein mach gaya
shor, haathi chala dilli ki oar” (The entire nation is abuzz with the news that
the elephant (BSP symbol) is marching towards Delhi) was among the popular slogans.

While everyone referred to Kanshi Ram,
her mentor and party founder, as the torchbearer - none missed out on
emphasising that the consolidation of real power in the hands of the Dalits had
been done only by Mayawati.

It was not just the crowd that was
overwhelming, everything about the rally was grand - the logistics, the security
and the ostentation was blatantly on display at the flower
bedecked giant-sized dais draped in the party blue and white. A dozen split air
conditioners were placed on the dais too.

The key slogan on all sides of the
dais was “UP hamari hui, ab Dilli ki baari hai” (Uttar Pradesh is ours, and now
it is the turn of Delhi), supplemented by loud cries of “Babasaheb aur Kanshi
Ram ka mission adhoora, Behen-ji karengi poora” (The incomplete mission of
Babasaheb Ambedkar and Kanshi Ram will be completed by Mayawati) and “Bharat ki
majboori hai; Behenji zaroori hain” (Mayawati is necessary for India), as the
BSP chief walked up to the dais waving to her audience, attired in her
charasteristic cream coloured salwar-kameez suit.

Expelled Congress leader and former
minister of external affairs Natwar Singh was also present. He is expected to
formally join the party Saturday.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB121840401494128065.html?mod=rss_whats_news_asia

 

The Wall Street Journal Home Page

 

Kumari Mayawati - Click to view image in its original context

Kumari Mayawati

Mayawati Plans to Seek India’s Premier Post

By Paul Beckett

Word Count: 548

NEW DELHI — Kumari Mayawati, one of
India’s most controversial and powerful politicians, on Saturday effectively
launched her candidacy to be the next prime minister following national
elections that must be held before next May.

Ms. Mayawati, who is universally
known only as “Mayawati,” is the chief minister of India’s biggest
state, Uttar Pradesh. She has risen to prominence as a champion of Dalits, the
Indians at the bottom of the caste hierarchy also known as untouchables. Ms.
Mayawati is a Dalit.

“When I can become the chief
minister of the most populous state four times, why can I not …

 

Mayawati
largesse for UP’s poor

Lucknow
(PTI): In a move to fulfill longstanding demands of the poor to uplift their
healthcare, housing, power supply and road connectivity, Uttar Pradesh Chief
Minister on Wednesday laid foundation of various development schemes worth Rs
250 crores in the Vrindavan/Brij region of Mathura district.

Mayawati
said she has directed officials to complete the projects in time and in a phase
manner during a period of one year so as to restore the pride of Vrindavan.

Completion
of the schemes, including a 100-bed hospital, would be an important landmark in
fulfilling the longstanding demand of the region, Mayawati said at the
foundation laying ceremony.

She said
despite the demand of the people of the area, which has heavy inflow of both
national and international tourists, previous governments had
“ignored” development of the region.

The chief
minister also asked the state tourism department to prepare a masterplan for
the region in three months time to draw more visitors.


Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa, that is the great Prabuddha Bharath, which
is one of the top most communities of the world leader eyes prime minister’s
job

Bahujan Samaj Party national
President and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Original Inhabitant of Jambdvipa,
that is the Great Prabuddha Bharath, which is one of the top most communities
of the world Mayawati, will definitely be the Prime Minister

”If she could be chief minister four
times, she could well be the prime minister of the country.”

“Who can stop her
from reaching the top post.”

 

Mayawati was proud to
have been born as a
Original
Inhabitant of Jambdvipa, that is the Great Prabuddha Bharath, which is one of
the top most communities of the world and was the Prabuddha Bharath ki Beti.

 

“Struggle is the way
of her life and people will make her Prime Minister one day.”

 

While discrimination of Original
Inhabitants of Jambdvipa, that is the Great Prabuddha Bharath, which is one of
the top most communities of the world face enormous social prejudice, in much
of rural India, people of Original Inhabitants of Jambdvipa, that is the Great
Prabuddha Bharath, which is one of the top most communities of the world are
kept from invaders from Asia-caste drinking wells, and kept out of village
schools. Violations are often met with violence.

Since becoming chief minister of
Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati has also been working to establish a presence in
several other states.

India must hold national elections by
May next year, and while Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party currently has already
55 seats in Uttar Pradesh itself which may raise to 80 after the latest mass
rally in the lower house of 542-member Parliament, in the last state elections
she managed to forge a powerful coalition that brought together Original
Inhabitants of Jambdvipa, that is the Great Prabuddha Bharath, which is one of
the top most communities of the world and upper-caste Brahmin voters and
candidates
.

Both the Congress party, which heads India’s
ruling coalition and the opposition right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party fared
poorly in Uttar Pradesh’s last state elections.



The state sends the largest number of
lawmakers, 80, to the federal Parliament and strength in Uttar Pradesh is
viewed as a significant advantage. It will be seen that Mayawati can parlay her
state win to national victory.

British Broadcasting Corporation

Gandhi disowns key Indian leader



The head of India’s governing Congress Party, Sonia
Gandhi, has for the first time directly challenged a powerful low caste
leader and former ally.

She is upset over efforts by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister,
Mayawati, to project herself as a prime ministerial candidate in
elections due shortly.

Mrs Gandhi told her supporters at a rally that they should risk imprisonment over the issue.

UP is India’s most populous state and provides 80 seats in parliament.

Mayawati

Mayawati has ambitions to be PM

Mayawati herself comes from Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa, that is the Great Bharath which is one of the top most communities of the world.
But she only won the last state assembly elections to become chief
minister of UP by winning support from the vote base of the Congress
Party.

Up until recently, the Congress Party had a loose electoral alliance with the Bahujan Samaj Party of Mayawati.

But the party’s attitude changed when Mayawati started a nationwide campaign to become prime minister of Prabuddha Bharath.

Congress leaders say that Mayawati is now damaging the prospects of the party, with the next elections due within a few months.


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