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Pradesh police has achieved notable success last week in the drive launched
against criminals on the directives of the Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati.
Notorious criminal Kalu alias Narendra, carrying Rs. 20,000 reward on his head
and wanted in ruthless killing of traders in Baghpat district, was killed in a
police encounter in Gautam Buddh Nagar district and his accomplice Sonu was
arrested from Baghpat. He is carrying a reward of Rs. 10,000 reward on his
head. It may be recalled that the Chief Minister has accorded top priority to
establish rule of law by the law and had issued detailed instructions to the
police officers from time to time.
Minister, on coming to power, had assured of the people of the State that the
criminals would be put behind the bars. The State police has achieved
remarkable success against criminals by launching an extensive drive against
them during the last one year. Ten notorious criminals were killed last week in
police encounters and 8 out of them were carrying reward on their heads. Lavkush
Kewat and Mool Chandra Kewat carrying a reward of Rs. 10,000 each on their
heads were killed in Lucknow, while Neeraj alias
Titu Gupta and Pawan alias Goldi were killed in Ghaziabad district. Besides, four criminals
which included Raja Pandey, Dhram Pal Dadhi, Pradeep and Virendra Yadav and
Shokha Yadav, were gunned down by police. Out of these criminals, the first two
were carrying a reward of Rs. 5,000 each on their heads. In Meerut district Upendra alias Chiku carrying
a reward of Rs. 5,000 was killed during this period.
successfully recovered fake currency worth Rs. 3.23 lakh from Maharajganj
district in its drive against counterfeit currency during the last year. Important
success was achieved in action against terrorist and anti-national elements
Abdul Jabbar alias Sikandar, an ISI agent of Pakistan, was arrested by ATS
during this week. Besides, a Hawala accused Mohd. Shoaib alias Sameer was
arrested by ATS in the month of September and Rs. 15 lakh were recovered from
As many as 91
criminals carrying rewards on their heads were killed and 1646 reward carrying
criminals were arrested between January 01 and November 30 this year. Rs. 5
lakh reward carrying dreaded brigand Thokia alias Ambika Patel was gunned down
in a police encounter during this period. It may be recalled that the police
was successful in eliminating notorious dacoit Dadua earlier. Police also
eliminated criminals coming from other states and Musafir Yadav of Bihar, carrying a reward of Rs. 2 lakh on his head, was
killed in Kushinagar district in a police encounter. Four notorious criminals
carrying a reward of Rs. 50,000 each on their heads were killed in police
encounters. These criminals included Naresha (Shahjahanpur), Natthu alias Chela
(Chitrakoot), Umar Kewath (Fatehpur) and Mohd. Shah Alam of Haryana (killed in
Ghazipur district). Besides, police was also successful in eliminating 7
criminals carrying a reward of Rs. 20,000 each on their heads.
police took effective action against terrorists and anti-social elements this
year. Arif alias Abdul Kadeer, an accused of 2007 Lucknow Court Campus bomb blasts and
also an accused of Ahemdabad blasts, was arrested by ATS from Azamgarh in
September last. Earlier, a Pakistani national Imran Ahamad was arrested from Allahabad in the month of
August. In the same month Abul Bashar of Azamgarh, suspect of Ahemdabad blasts,
was arrested from Azamgarh by ATS and Gujarat
successful in recovering fake currency about worth Rs. 1.56 crore this year.
The STF also unearthed a nexus between fake currency distributors and laid bare
the involvement of a bank cashier of Dumariaganj, Siddharthnagar in fake currency racket. The police came to
know about his involvement in this activity through an arrest made in July. The
officers of the Reserve Bank recovered fake currency worth Rs. 4.2 crore from
the currency chest during their raid on bank premises. Besides, the Reserve
Bank authorities also recovered fake Indian currency from other banks.
directives of the Chief Minister, an extensive drive to check the activities of
police personnel, was carried out. It also aimed to discipline the erring
policemen, so that the entire police set up could be made responsible and
clean. As many as 188 policemen were expelled from the services this year and
3895 policemen were suspended. Owing to strict control, the number of incidents
of accused fleeing from the police custody has come down this year. The police
has also been vigilant towards the cases of human rights and owing to it the
complaints being received from National Human Rights Commission had come down
notably. The number of custodial deaths had also come down as only 3 such
deaths were reported till November 15 this year, while 11 such deaths were
reported in 2007 and 6 incidents were reported 2006.
success was also achieved in the recovery of drugs/narcotics this year as 83
kg. of heroine, 14 kg. morphine, 9 quintals of charas, 28 quintals of Nepali
charas, 1 quintal opium, 21 kg. smack, 3 kg. brown sugar, 20 quintals of opium
peel/doda, 18 bags of doda opium and 22 quintals of ganja was confiscated.
CM lays foundation of 49
schemes worth Rs. 948.98 crore
for all round development
of Varanasi and Kannauj
Foundation of schemes more
Rs. 800 crore for Varanasi and Rs. 148
crore for Kannauj laid
Heritage Plan of Varanasi to be completed
in next 6 months
Lucknow : 20 December 2008
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati, while laying the foundation of
schemes worth Rs. 948.98 crore for the all-round development of Varanasi and Kannauj,
said that urban regeneration was the top priority of her Government. She said
that during one and a half year long tenure of her Government several important
steps had been taken in this direction. These steps included schemes for the
all-round development of Vrindavan, which is an important tourist place and
laying the foundation of schemes worth Rs. 250 crore on the 6th
August last for providing basic facilities to the poor sections of the society.
She expressed the hope that along with the common people the tourists would
also be benefited by these schemes. She laid foundation of 28 schemes costing more
than Rs. 800 crore for Varanasi
and 21 schemes costing more than Rs. 148 crore for Kannauj.
a function organised at her 5-Kalidas Marg official residence here today for
laying the foundation of these schemes, she said that financial arrangements
had been made for these schemes. She said that the previous governments made
only announcements, but never issued financial sanctions in time, that was the
reason why most of the schemes were confined to paper only. She said that her
Government always honoured its words. She directed the Chief Secretary, Cabinet
Secretary and Additional Cabinet Secretary to monitor these schemes besides
monitoring schemes announced for Mathura-Vrindavan, so that these schemes could
be completed within stipulated time. She said that the Chairman of the State
Advisory Council Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra would review the progress of these
schemes from time to time and apprise her of their progress. She said that
time-bound implementation of development schemes was the top priority of the
Government and any laxity in it would invite tough action against the guilty.
She said that the State Government, despite its limited resources, wanted to
carry out all round development of important cities of the State. She said that
the Government had demanded Rs. 80,000 crore package from the Centre for the
all round development of the State, but the Centre had not provided even a
single penny so far.
Mayawati said that the State Government had decided to develop Varanasi as an international tourist spot. It
has also decided to develop the Buddhist Circuit. Besides, the State Government
also intends to provide high quality infrastructure and community services to
the people of Varanasi.
With this objective, the foundation of flyovers, construction/repair/widening/ strengthening/beautification
of roads, drinking water supply, sewerage, drainage system, solid waste
management, improvement in the power supply of the historical places etc.
costing Rs. 800.68 crore had been laid. She said that on the February 21 last,
on the occasion of Sant Ravidas Jayanti, she had announced several
developmental works for the Varanasi
district, besides completion of works announced by previous governments had also
been ordered in a time-bound and qualitative manner. She said that all these
projects were going on full swing.
upon the important decisions taken for the development of Varanasi,
the C.M. said that action had been initiated on the Heritage Plan of Varanasi
so that it could be developed as an International Heritage and TouristCity and also to keep its mythological
character intact. The Heritage Plan would be completed in the next six months. The
State Government, with a view to preserving the world famous zari work, had decided to place zari craftsmen along side the weavers
for power dues. She further said that directives had been issued to invite
financial bids for the construction of multi-level underground car parking
projects at Beniabagh, Shaheed Udhyan and Maidagin on
public-private-partnership (PPP) basis costing Rs. 142 crore so that the
traffic system of Varanasi could be improved.
Mayawati said that she had laid foundation of various schemes costing more than
Rs. 148 crore for the development of Kannauj so that the lost glory of this
place could be restored. She reminded that Kannauj was made a district on 18
September 1997 during her second tenure. She had formulated various schemes for
the all round development of Kannauj at that time, but she didn’t get much time
to translate them into reality. She said that now those development schemes
were being launched again and after their completion the people of Kannauj
would get a lot of facilities. She said that the M.P. elected from Kannauj had
also ignored his constituency.
be recalled that during 2008-09 the Government launched development schemes on
a large scale for the all-round development of the State. Under it, Rs. 396
crore schemes for Agra, Rs. 250 crore schemes
for Vrindavan-Mathura, Rs. 170 crore schemes for Lucknow have been included. Besides, the
Chief Minister inaugurated/laid foundation/announced 48 schemes worth Rs. 8,500
crore on May 13 last on the completion of one year of the present Government. The
State Government has set a target of construction of 1,01,000 houses under the
Manyawar Shri Kanshiram Ji Shahari Garib Awas Yojana to provide two room houses
to the urban poor living below the poverty line for the current financial year.
An amount of Rs. 1800 crore had been sanctioned for the purpose.
Chief Secretary Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta thanked the Chief Minister and the guests.
members of the U.P. Council of Ministers, Chairman U.P. State Advisory Council
Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra, Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh and a
large number of senior officers were present on the occasion.
Orders given to take
punitive action against those
responsible for killing
of Executive Engineer under Dibiyapur Thana
Nobody will be allowed
to disturb law and order of the State
— Government Spokesman
Rs. 5 lakh financial
assistance for family of deceased,
orders also given to
provide government job to his wife
December 24, 2008
Government spokesman, while terming the killing of Executive Engineer of P.W.D.
Mr. Manoj Gupta under the Dibiyapur police station in Auraiyya district today
as unfortunate, said that orders had been given to take punitive action against
all the guilty persons immediately. He said that all the persons named in this
incident, including the local MLA, would be arrested immediately and brought to
The spokesman said that the Chief
Minister had given explicit order that nobody was above law even if one
belonged to the ruling party. Therefore, the police officers had been given
clear cut orders that the guilty should be arrested immediately and put behind
the bars. He said that nobody would be allowed to disturb the law and order of
the State and if any one tries to disturb it then he would be booked immediately.
He said that the criminals did not belong to any particular caste or religion.
The spokesman said that the F.I.R.
against the guilty had been registered under Section 342, 323, 457, 364, 302 of
I.P.C. and Section-7 of the Criminal Law Amendment Act. The crime number is
299/08. Punitive action had been initiated against all the guilty persons. The
I.G. Zone, Commissioner Kanpur, D.I.G. Range and other senior
officers were present on the spot to maintain peace. Besides, additional police
force has also been deployed.
The spokesman said that the Chief
Minister has ordered to provide Rs. 5 lakh assistance to the family members of
the deceased and a government job to the wife of the deceased.
greets people on Christmas
December 24, 2008
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has extended her heartiest
felicitations and good wishes to the people of the State, especially Christian
brethren, for happiness and prosperity on the occasion of Christmas.
In a greetings message issued on the eve
of Christmas, Ms. Mayawati said that Jesus Christ’s message of peace and forgiveness
was for the welfare of entire humanity. She said that this festival gave us a
message that we should love our fellow human beings and serve the entire
Mayawati said that the birth day of Jesus Christ inspired all of us to help the
needy, establish peace all over the world and kindle ray of hope in the heart
of those drowning in the sea of despair.
Chief Minister has appealed to people to celebrate Christmas in an atmosphere
of peace and harmony.
1 Press Information Bureau (C.M. Information Campus) Information & Public Relations Department, U.P. Start Recruitment to 66,000 vacant posts of primary teachers for qualitative improvement in primary education sector — Chief Minister Chairman, State Advisory Council extensively reviews progress of Primary and Secondary Education Departments Committee formed to improve Courses of primary and secondary education Lucknow : December 26, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati directed officers to start the process of recruitment to 56,000 posts of primary teachers at the earliest, so that qualitative improvement and elevation of primary education could be ensured. Besides, timely recruitment on about 10,000 vacancies, created in every session because of retirements, should also be ensured. The Chief Minister asked the officers to pay special attention to the qualifications and quality of the primary teachers. The Chief Minister took this decision at a high level meeting held after the Chairman of the U.P. State Advisory Council Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra held a review meeting of primary and secondary education in the forenoon today. The Chairman held a review meeting of the various schemes being conducted by the Basic Education and Secondary Education Departments at the Annexe auditorium here today. The meeting was held on the directives of the Chief Minister. Mr. Mishra, while informing the Chief Minister about the important decisions taken at the meeting, said that about 1.56 lakh posts of teachers were lying vacant at present. Against it, 88,000 vacancies were being filled through Special BTC (Vishisht BTC) and after imparting them 6 months of training they would be appointed from January 2009 in the schools. Besides, selection and training of 13,000 Urdu teachers had also been completed. The Chief Minister has directed that the recruitment of teachers should be carried on continuously so that new appointments were made according to the number of retirement. Thus, process of recruitment on 66,000 posts of teachers through special BTC should be started in the beginning of the next educational session. For that, a computer database should be prepared and the payment of the teachers of the Basic Education Department should be made through computer by preparing bills. Besides, time bound action should also be ensured on the posts lying vacant in DIET. Considering the paucity of teachers of Maths, Science and English 2 subjects, the retired teachers should be appointed on contract/fixed honorarium basis till they attain the age of 65 or an appointment is made, whichever is earlier. Besides, a well thought-out proposal for compartmentalisation between basic and secondary education should be presented jointly by both the departments. Moreover, the re-organisation of the Basic and Secondary Education Departments was necessary keeping an eye on the practical problems at the field level. The Chief Minister also directed to form a committee of subject experts and officers headed by the Additional Cabinet Secretary for educational courses and reforms so that the education sector could be improved. She also gave necessary orders for quick action on ensuring timely presence of teachers in the primary schools, electrification of schools, providing land for setting up new schools, better running of Kasturba Gandhi Girls’ Colleges, qualitative improvement in the secondary education etc. Besides, rate of literacy should be increased by launching an extensive drive with the cooperation of people for adult education/literacy and a time bound scheme should be presented for improving the level of education and students’ cooperation should be sought in it. The Additional Cabinet Secretary Mr. Vijay Shanker Pandey, Principal Secretaries to CM Mr. Shailesh Krishna, Mr. Ravindra Singh, Principal Secretary Basic Education, Mr. VN Garg, Secretary State Advisory Council Mr. RP Singh, Secretary to CM Mr. Navneet Sehgal, Secretary Secondary Education Mr. Jitendra Kumar and other related officers were present at the meeting. ******* News regarding non implementation of pay scales recommended for Centre for teachers confusing : Chief Minister Revised pay structure includes general revised pay scale of the existing pay scales of teachers/non-teaching employees — Mayawati
Recommendations for up-gradation, merger and reorganisation
of posts will be made by pay committee separately Lucknow: December 16, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has said that owing to publication of news item that appeared in a section of press regarding the non implementation of the pay scales for the teachers at par with the scales recommended for the Centre, a situation of confusion had crept in among the State teachers and because of it the teachers’ associations had been agitated. She made it clear that the Pay Committee-2008, in its first report, had recommended pay bands and grade pays in the revised pay structure, for teachers of government and aided institutions/technical education institutions (excluding pay scales of UGC, AICE, ICAR) of various departments and non teaching staff of the aided educational/technical education institutions, those pay scales which they were getting before 01 January 2006. The Chief Minister was addressing media representatives at her 5-Kalidas Marg official residence here today. She said that regarding the up-gradation of pay scales of the teachers, the Committee would make recommendations for the same on the basis of parity of posts. On its basis, the State Government would take decision to implement the upgraded pay scales for the teachers of the State. The Chief Minister said that the Pay Committee also recommended that the general revised pay scale (pay band and grade pay) for the State employees, teachers and non-teaching employees had been recommended in its first report. She said that according to the decision taken on the basis of the recommendations of Sixth Pay Commission, the post-wise, cadre-wise and departmental recommendations for up-gradation, merger and re-organisation of posts would be recommended by the Committee separately. The Chief Minister said that the revised pay scales of the pay scales of 01 January 2006 had been implemented. ******* Laxity in implementation of development related programmes and policies will not be tolerated : Chief Minister Responsibility of officers should be fixed for slow progress of works : Mayawati Legal action will be initiated against officers adopting deliberate careless approach : Chief Minister All development and construction works should be completed by coming February : Chief Minister C.M. reviews progress of development works at high level review meeting Lucknow: December 17, 2008 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati here today extensively reviewed the spot verification report of development works submitted by the task force. The high level review meeting was held at her official residence. Expressing her displeasure over slow progress and poor quality of development works in some districts, the C.M. said that when quality was being ensured in all the development works being carried out through out the State, then there should be no flaws in development works of some districts. She said that the task force report points out the fact that the quality of development works had improved, but there was a need to ensure cent per cent achievement of parameters set in this regard. She directed the officers to initiate legal action against officers indulging in deliberate carelessness. Ms. Mayawati said that the current fiscal was going to end, therefore, the pace of development works should be accelerated so that the targets could be achieved cent per cent. She said that development programmes and schemes related to the people were the top priority of her government. Therefore, any carelessness in the implementation of these works would not be tolerated, she pointed out. She also fixed the responsibility of the officers concerned to complete construction works in a time bound manner. Ms. Mayawati reviewed the report presented by the task force regarding CC road/KC drain, Manyawar Shri Kanshiramji Shahari Garib Awas Yojana, repair/reconstruction of roads, Dr. Ambedkar Gram Sabha Vikas Yojana, NAREGA, basic education, medical and family welfare, 2 PDS, plantation, repair of assets damaged by floods and distribution of fertilisers. She directed the officers to ensure time bound completion of works and immediate removal of all the flaws wherever the same were detected. The Chief Minister said that the task force had been set up with an objective to get a clear picture of the development works being carried out in the remote areas of the State. She directed the officers to conduct surprise inspections to know the real progress of the development works. Ms. Mayawati directed the officers to ensure that the works related to CC roads/KC drains were completed on war footing. She directed them that the construction of the houses under Manyawar Shri Kanshiramji Shahari Garib Awas Yojana and the development works of the surroundings of the colonies should be completed by 28 February 2009. She also entrusted road development works to PWD, electricity works to Energy Department and water/sewerage works to Jal Nigam. Ms. Mayawati ordered to accelerate pace of repair/reconstruction of roads at certain places. She directed the officers to complete all the works/remove all the flaws by 28 February 2009. She also directed the officers to take punitive/legal action against those officers who had shown laxity in carrying out works under Dr. Ambedkar Gram Sabha Vikas Yojana in certain districts as the works were below the parameters set for the purpose. She said that the removal of flaws which were detected by the task force should be ensured immediately and pending works should be completed by 02 January 2009. She asked the officers to ensure cent per cent electrification of villages by 31 January 2009 so that people could get power supply. Ms. Mayawati directed the officers to ensure that the remaining works of roads under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana were completed by 02 January 2009. Besides, she also directed to ensure cent per cent saturation under pension distribution scheme by 15 January 2009 under the parameters set for the purpose. Directing the officers to make payment of labour under NAREGA through cheques, she said that several schemes were to be financed through NAREGA therefore this scheme should be conducted in a systematic and faultless manner. The Chief Minister was apprised at the meeting that important steps were taken to meet the scarcity of primary teachers. Under it, 63,000 teachers had been appointed and were also being imparted training. The appointment letters of remaining 38,000 teachers were being issued. Emphasising the need to improve the level of education, the C.M. said that construction of all the school buildings and additional class rooms should be ensured by 28 February 2009. Reviewing the works of Medical and Family Welfare Department, the Chief Minister said that the appointment/alternative arrangement of doctors should be made by 31 January 2009. She said that it should 3 also be ensured that all the equipments of the hospitals were functioning properly. She said that wherever the cheques were not provided to the mothers under the Janani Suraksha Yojana, legal action should be initiated against the guilty after conducting enquiry. She said that the pending construction works of the CHCs/PHCs should be completed by 28 February 2009. She directed the officers to ensure smooth supply of kerosene under the PDS. She said that its distribution should be ensured through fair price shops on the fixed dates under the supervision of authorities. Reviewing the progress of plantation drive, Ms. Mayawati said the necessary arrangements for the protection of planted saplings should be made by 31 December 2008 and irrigation arrangements for the same should be ensured by 31 January 2009. She also directed the officers to ensure construction/repair of the properties damaged by floods and ensure that these works were carried out in a qualitative manner. She directed that action should be initiated against the guilty wherever flaws were detected in the construction works of the properties after fixing their responsibility. She directed the officers of the PWD and Irrigation Department to complete works allocated to these departments by 10 January 2009. Reviewing the supply of fertilisers for Rabi crops, the C.M. said that the same was better than the last year’s supply, but complaints had been received from some districts. She directed the officers to take necessary action to ensure that the farmers did not have any difficulty in getting the fertilisers. The meeting was attended by the State Cabinet Secretary, Chief Secretary, APC, Social Welfare Commissioner, Additional Cabinet Secretary, Principal Secretaries to C.M., Principal Secretary Home and Appointment, besides senior officers of the concerning departments. *******
Maya makes a clarion call for Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath unity
Mayawati waving to supporters at the Sarvajan Samaj Brotherhood Maha Rally, held in Kottayam.
Presenting the Uttar Pradesh model of development and brotherhood for
all sections of the people across the country and holding a promise to
ensure welfare for all including the economically poor among forward
castes, Bahujan Samaj Party national president and UP Chief Minister
Mayawati on Tuesday made a clarion call to supporters to capture power
everywhere including in Kerala and pave the path for the much-needed
social transformation.Addressing the `Sarvajan Samaj Brotherhood
Maha Rally, held under the aegis of the BSP state unit here on Tuesday,
she reminded Dr Ambedkar’s words that political power is the master key
.Testing the political waters down south and closely identifying
with the social realities in the state without hurting the sentiments
of the highly polarised segments of Kerala, Mayawati stressed that the
BSP was putting forward a philosophy for social justice for all and
wanted to carry all sections of the people in a spirit of brotherhood.After
sixty years of Independence, neither the Congress nor the BJP which
ruled the Centre was able to ensure equality and justice for all
sections of the people in the country,” she pointed out. “Under the
rule of the Congress and the BJP, the rich have become richer and the
poor have become poorer,” she criticised.Pointing out that
reservation benefits for the poor among the forward castes had been
ensured in Uttar Pradesh under her rule, Mayawati said that she had
written to the Centre to adopt such a policy across the country.An
appeal has been made to the Centre to grant reservation benefits to Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath Christians also. The same has been sought with the Centre for all
weaker and poor sections in appointments in the private sector also,
she said.Underscoring that the BSP is a party which puts into
practice what it preached, the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath leader,who was hailed as the
`Indian Obama’ ‘and future prime minister of India’ by other speakers,
affirmed that the outfit was not confined to any particular section or
religion but was based on a vision for unity among all.Mentioning
Sree Narayana Guru in her speech, she said that apart from Dr Baba
Saheb Ambedkar, the ideals espoused by all notable leaders of the past
who worked for social transformation across the country are being held
so close by the BSP in a profound way. Universities are being
established in UP in the names of many of them, she noted.“The upper castes in Kerala should also be roped in to the BSP fold,” she said.Even
while giving a diktat to the followers to capture power in Kerala,
Mayawati chose not to ruffle feathers of the CPM and the Left, with
whom the BSP had entered into a strategic political alliance recently,
to benefit from the gains of the latter in red pockets in the event of
the proposed `third alternative’ led by her gets rooted in the coming
Lok Sabha polls.“ Anyway, the party is also nearing to the seat of power in Kerala also,” she said on a confident note.The
thrust of her speech was to broaden the horizons of the BSP philosophy
across the country and take the notable feat of the UP administration
led by her for four times, as a valid proof of the commitment of the
party.BSP national secretary Suresh Mane also addressed the rally. State president Saji K Cheraman presided over the function.
Underhand deals killed engineer, says Mayawati
At a press conference
Mayawati said: ‘Preliminary investigations have revealed that the
murder was the result of some kind of professional tussle and underhand
She also trained her guns on the opposition for an ‘orchestrated campaign to malign the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) government’.
‘The allegation that my party MLA was indulging in extortion to
collect money for my birthday celebrations is absolutely false and
baseless,’ an angry Mayawati told mediapersons here.
‘I do not believe in shielding anyone indulging in any unlawful
activity, no matter however high and mighty he might be. We have done
so in the past and even in this case, we have booked BSP MLA Shekhar
Tiwari under stringent laws and have put him behind bars. I can assure
you he will not be spared under any circumstances,’ she said.
Her birthday Jan 15 was traditionally observed as
‘arthik sahayog diwas’ (financial cooperation day). ‘We make no bones
about observing my birthday as a day for seeking donations from our
party supporters who shell out their savings with which we sustain our
party,’ she said.
‘Unlike other parties, including the Congress, Samajwadi Party and
Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), our party is not supported by big
industrial and business houses. Therefore, we have to depend on small
contributions made by our supporters,’ she said.
‘This time I have issued directions for
such funds to come only from party functionaries and not MPs and MLAs
of the party.’
Mayawati declared that her next birthday would be celebrated as ‘dhikkar diwas’ (condemnation day) without the usual bash.
‘BSP workers will stage rallies at all district headquarters across
the state to condemn all political parties which have been making false
and wild allegations about extortion of money for my birthday. They
will expose misdeeds of the Congress-led UPA, BJP-led NDA and their
allies, including the Samajwadi Party.’
The chief minister accused her rivals of indulging in dirty politics
Mayawati has denied link
between the killing and fund collection for her Birthday and has
further ruled out CBI probe into the matter.
Bahujan Samaj Party MLA Shekhar Tiwari,
an accused in the murder of PWD engineer M K Gupta, was today sent to
14-day judicial remand till 7th January.
Three others Putu, Manoj Awasthi and
Vinay Tiwari were also send to Judicial custody till 7th January. They
will be produced in the court on 8th January.
Rejecting the demand for a CBI probe
into the murder of a PWD engineer in Uttar Pradesh allegedly by a BSP
MLA, CM Mayawati strongly condemned it to be a mischievous campaign by
the Opposition to defame her govt by linking the killing to her
To counter the campaign, Mayawati told reporters in Lucknow that her party would observe her birthday on 15th January by
organising huge rallies across the state against the Congress, BJP and
SP’s “wrong doings” during their rule in the State.
“Where is the need for a CBI probe when
the state police, on my orders, have arrested all the accused in the
case,” Mayawati told a crowded press conference a day after PWD
engineer M K Gupta’s murder allegedly by MLA Shekhar Tiwari shook the
Quoting preliminary investigation
reports, the BSP chief said it seemed that the prime cause of the
murder was a tussle over the issuance of PWD contracts among the
employees of the department.
“The charges against my party MLA will
be probed. He has already been arrested and sent to jail. No other
party has ever taken such stern action against their own members,” she
In reply to questions, Mayawati
acknowledged that the legislator, Tiwari, earlier belonged to the
Congress party and “had a criminal past”.
“When he wanted to join our party, we
asked him about it. He said he was framed by the opposition parties. …
So, we told him to prove his innocence through his actions after he
joined our party”.
We told him ‘you will have to prove through your work’.
“Strict action will be taken if you are
found to be doing the same things, we also told him. And we took strict
action against him yesterday,” she said.
Claiming that BSP had restored law and
order in the state which was in shambles in the past, Mayawati said
bureaucrats and engineers used to live in an atmosphere of fear when SP
ruled the state.
“Corruption and criminalisation of politics had become chronic then.”
She said it was “criminal and highly
condemnable” to link the engineer’s murder to her birthday celebrations
and alleged fund raising for that occasion.
Mayawati also charged the media with
carrying out the opposition’s campaign “without any evidence” and said
“if you have proof, those can be investigated. But if not, then you
Describing the incident at Auraiya as
“tragic”, Mayawati blamed the Congress, BJP and SP for trying to take
“political mileage” out of it, instead of condoling along with the
Charging the Congress-led UPA,
supported by SP, and the BJP-led NDA with being “the epitome of
corruption”, she said these opposition parties were so perturbed over
their shrinking mass base, that they had no other issue against the BSP
government but to link the engineer’s murder to her birthday
The Chief Minister accused the
opposition parties of “dancing to the tunes of corporate houses and big
business” and framing policies according to their diktats.
“The UPA government’s policies are made
in the drawing rooms of corporate honchos. The stories of corruption of
SP are on the lips of every citizen. Therefore, these parties should
not open their mouths,” Mayawati said, adding that they have been
thoroughly exposed among the masses.
The BSP supremo said she had asked all her party legislators and MPs not to collect any fund for the upcoming general elections.
“This job will be done by those in the party organisation,” Mayawati said.
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b)E-Social Transformation in
c) E-Economic Emancipation in Practice
Mayawati’s social engineering Practice has proved successful.
The Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), which
occupies the frontrunner position in every exit poll, best embodies
this strategy of social coalition building, by mobilising the upper
castes, not so long ago depicted as the arch-enemy of its coreAboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharathsupport base.
Despite its tremendous growth since the late 80’s, the BSP has always had difficulties in gathering votes outside its traditional Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath base or having its candidates elected outside reserved constituencies. The strategy consisting of wooing the
upper castes and other groups at local level reveals the necessity of
the BSP to expand its appeal to other fractions of the electorate in
order to capture power.
What is new, however, is the
attempt to form a social coalition of extremes, in order to oust the
incumbent party out of power by directly mobilising the upper castes.
The creation of numerous caste organisations is precisely aimed at
achieving this end.
Notably, the presence of Brahmins within the
party is not a new phenomenon. Mayawati is known to have drawn her
closest advisors from the upper castes, has been allotting tickets to
upper-caste candidates in recent elections and counts a substantial
number of Brahmin MPs in the federal assemblies. Nonetheless, this
transformation reflects more an adaptation of the party to the
socio-political scene in Uttar Pradesh than a profound change of
identity. As such, the party remains dedicated almost exclusively to
the upliftment of Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath communities.
It hardly matters whether
this strategy will or will not generate major shifts in the pattern of
electoral support; in fact, it does not even intend to do that. Given
the fragmentation of the electorate and the party system in place in
Uttar Pradesh and thanks to the cohesiveness and strength of its
traditional Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath base, the BSP only needs a fraction of the support of
other groups to be in a position to form a government.
The Indian voter can throw up surprises as he has done in successive elections.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati, who had projected herself as the
alternative to Manmohan during the July 2008 parliamentary crisis,it would be a projection that only she can solve the
problems by strong governance, and she would target both the Congress
and the Samajwadi Party.
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati’s Monday show in the city wasn’t too bad
for a beginner in Tamil Nadu politics
, for a
person with prime ministerial ambitions, Mayawati has a good reason to look at
Tamil Nadu. It has a 20% Aboriginal Inhabitant of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath population almost as high as Uttar Pradesh
in Tamil Nadu have never been a critical mass despite their numbers, since they
are scattered too thin to be an electoral force.
The Mayawati magic worked in
Uttar Pradesh especially because of her ability to bring together Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath,
Brahmins and Christians.
Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath here have been without a good leader.
Mayawati can play that role.She can
turn this need for an Aboriginal Inhabitant of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharathleader against all other odds.
Dec. 22: Insisting that the Bahujan Samaj Party is an “all-community
party” and not meant for any particular group, Uttar Pradesh chief
minister Mayawati on Monday reiterated she was for reservation based on
Addressing party cadres at the party’s ‘’brotherhood conference’’
here, Ms Mayawati said, “The BSP has already included in its ranks the
marginalised and poor in UP, irrespective of caste and creed. The party
will continue to do the same at the national level, if voted to power.’’
The party’s opponents were spreading the false propaganda that the
BSP was caste-driven, she said adding that her party had embraced and
included the poorer sections of the upper caste in its reservation
model based on economic criteria.
Accusing the Congress and the BJP of being pro-rich in their
policies since Independence and turning a blind eye to the economic
criteria in reservation, she said her representations to the Centre
were ignored. The BSP had captured power to implement a quota system
linked to economic conditions, she said.
Ms Mayawati asserted that unlike the Congress and the BJP that won
elections with the support of the wealthy, the BSP had captured power
with the strength and support of the poor people.
‘’The BSP’s policies will be pro-people and priority would be
accorded to the upliftment of marginalised sections cutting across
caste and religious lines,’’ she said.
The four-time UP chief minister advised her party cadres to take the
lead from UP and emulate it to capture power in Tamil Nadu. She also
urged the cadres to prevent the BJP and the Congress from winning in
the Lok Sabha elections.
Mayawati: we rely on masses
Urges BSP’s Kerala unit to mobilise support of poor among FCs
Says BSP does not belong to any caste or community
Claims the poor were let down by the Congress, BJP
KOTTAYAM: Mayawati, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader and Uttar
Pradesh Chief Minister, on Tuesday called upon the party’s Kerala unit
to draw up plans to mobilise the support of the poor among the forward
communities in preparation for the Lok Sabha elections.
She was addressing a ‘brotherhood rally’ here, wrapping up her
three-day tour of the southern States to galvanise support for the
party. She said the economically backward among all sections of society
had been let down by the Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party and their
allies at the Centre and States. Resentment against this betrayal had
been simmering among the poor and the middle class, and the party had
to mobilise their support. Ms. Mayawati said the BSP did not belong to
any caste or community.
‘Focus on all sections’
The philosophy of the party as envisaged by its founder, Kanshi Ram, provided for the wellbeing of all sections of society.
She said the party was elected to power for the fourth time in Uttar
Pradesh and had successfully attended to the needs of all sections of
On job reservation, the BSP leader said she had written to the Union
government several times to provide for separate reservation for the
poor among the forward communities and to extend the status of reserved
community to converted Christians. Neither the BJP nor the Congress-led
governments listened to it.
She said the BSP had always depended on the support of the masses.
It was this difference that had helped her party transform the
government into a pro-people one whenever it came to power in Uttar
A. Neelalohitha Dasan Nadar, BSP leader, presided. Suresh Mane,
national general secretary and coordinator (southern zone), Saji K.
Cheraman, State president, and others spoke.
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f) E-Abhidhamma in
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World Tipiṭaka Edition in Roman Script (40 volumes)
Silver punch-mark coins of
the Mauryan empire, bear Buddhist symbols such as the Dharmacakra, the elephant (previous form of the Buddha), the tree under which enlightenment happened, and the burial mound where the Buddha died (obverse). 3rd century BC.
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