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LESSON 7- VOTE BSP ELEPHANT FOR CHANGE FOR THE BETTER- Rs.36 Crores towards Income Tax for Rs.900 Crores is Ms Mayawati,s Birthday Gift ! But it is enough Not ! Rs.1.40,000 is the Nation’s Budget ! That is to be got through Sarvajans Vote ! For the peace, welfare and happiness of all including the Have-not ! Hence for BSP Elephant you Vote !-FOR SELF RESPECT! GET A VOTE AND A NOTE! FOR BSP! DONT WAIT BUT BAIT! TO GRAB THE MASTER KEY!-MIGHTY GREAT MINDS Kanshi Ram’s legacy He gave Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddhs Bharath a voice and the ways and means to be empowered by acquiring the Master Key. -Make me PM Write Down on the Wall was Dr. Ambedkar’s Sign ! Two Thousand Nine ! Will Be Mine ! - Says Ms Mayawati Bahen ! Now is all that you have! By voting for BSP, the Nation you save! 2008 Bahen Mayawati the UttarPradesh Chief Minister !-2009 Prabuddha Bharatha Matha the Prime Minister !-Press Information Bureau (C.M. Information Campus) Information & Public Relations Department, U.P. C.M. writes letters to Prime Minister, Speaker Lok Sabha and UPA Chairperson Withdraw Bill depriving Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes from getting reservation facility in 47 higher education institutions Bill totally against the provisions of the Constitution -Chief Minister -SC/ST Reservation Bill 2008-C.M. directs to complete development works in stipulated time and in a qualitative manner On directives of C.M., Cabinet Secretary and Chief Secretary review development works and law and order of 4 divisions-Uttar Pradesh budget aims at social engineering-UP CM Mayawati lashes out at SP-There is a petition alleging the former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh had acquired huge wealth through unfair means- Press Information Bureau (C.M. Information Campus) Information & Public Relations Department, U.P. C.M. directs officers to draw ‘Vision-2020′ for qualitative improvement in Higher Education and its elevation —Mayawati All State Universities should ensure completion of examinations by May 30 and declaration of results by June 30 —Chief Minister Chairman State Advisory Council extensively reviews progress of Higher Education Department -New norms for opinion, exit polls- Birth anniversary
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LESSON 7



Press Information Bureau

(C.M. Information Campus)

Information & Public Relations Department, U.P.


C.M. writes letters to Prime Minister,


Speaker Lok Sabha and UPA Chairperson

Withdraw Bill depriving Scheduled Castes and
Scheduled Tribes from getting reservation
facility in 47 higher education institutions
Bill totally against the provisions of the Constitution
—Chief Minister

Lucknow: February 18, 2009


The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati said that if the

Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Reservation in Posts and
Services) Bill, 2008 became a legislation, then the people of the
SC/ST category would not get the facility of reservation in 47 higher
education institutions, which they were enjoying, so far. They would
be deprived of the reservation facility in these institutions, which
would be unfortunate, she pointed out.

Terming this step of the Central Government as totally against
the spirit of the Constitution, Ms. Mayawati said that she had
written/faxed letters in this regard to the Prime Minister Dr.
Manmohan Singh, Speaker Lok Sabha Mr. Somnath Chatterji and
UPA Chairperson Mrs. Sonia Gandhi.

The Chief Minister said that provision has been made in this Bill
not to provide reservation facility, to the people of SC/ST categories
on the posts higher than the Group ‘A’ posts and on the posts
classified as scientific or technical posts. She said that it can’t be
understood that after 61 years of Independence what situation had
arisen that the people of the SC/ST cannot work on the posts of
professors in I.I.Ts., N.I.Ts., central universities and I.I.M.s.
Ms. Mayawati said that it was the clear opinion of the State
Government that the proposed Bill was totally against the original
spirit of the Constitution. Besides, this step of the Central
Government would prove a hurdle in the development of the people
belonging to the exploited and deprived sections of the society and it
would also raise impediments in the establishment of an equality
based society. Therefore, she requested to the Central Government
to reconsider this Bill and withdraw it, so that the people of SC/ST
continue to enjoy the facility of reservation provided to them under
the Constitution.
*******

SC/ST Reservation Bill 2008

Dear brothers

I have been reading all your outbursts regarding the SCHEDULED CASTES AND
SCHEDULED TRIBES ( Reservation in posts and services ) Bill 2008. The facts
remain to be seen that we are not the opinion makers and we simply allege
as some one is responsible. Let us not blame MPs or MLAs of our community.
Ultimately, we need their voice in Lokasabha to get our interest protected.
What we need is, some one in Delhi take a lead to collect few MPs of our
community, arrange them Lunch/Dinner and hand over them what we need modifications
in the Bill. As I have been in the Labour movement, to my mind following
suggestations would full fill our requirments.

Let there be clarity that reservation for SC/ST is there in the matter
of direct recruitment without restricting it lowest grade of Group A  posts.
It is against Article 16 (4A). Further, let there be spoken provision to
provide reservation for SC/St in the matter of  promotion upto any
category or cadre where the promotions are made on the basis of seniority
cum fitness.

1.  Section 4 (iii) and (iv) need to be deleted

2. Section 4 (2) needs corrections- No institution under the control of
Union Government and State Governments shall be excluded for not applying
the rule of reservation.

3. Section 5 needs some corrections: There shall not restriction of pay
or posts( Director  in the Central Secretariat service) and seniority
of all fit shall be prepared including the fit SC/ST who are senior enough
to extend them this benefit which is called as ZONE OF CONSIDERATION.

4. Section 15: Delete the SUBJECT TO THE AVAILABILITY OF FINANCE AND OTHER
RESOURSES

5.Section 16,17 & 18:  The violators shall be booked under the
Scheduled Caste and Scheduled  Tribe ( Preventio of  Atrocities)
Act 1989 and Rules 1995

Still more store is there in my mind- Let us have open debate that reaches
the Desk of Parliament

With Jaibheem

F H Jakkappanavar


C.M. directs to complete development works


in stipulated time and in a qualitative manner


On directives of C.M., Cabinet Secretary and Chief Secretary


review development works and law and order of 4 divisions


Lucknow : February 18, 2009


On the directives of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms.

Mayawati, the Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh and

Chief Secretary Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta reviewed here today the

progress of ongoing development works and law and order situation

of four divisions—Lucknow, Faizabad, Devipatan and Bareilly of the

State. Thereafter, they apprised the Chief Minister regarding the

important decisions taken at the meeting. The Chief Minister said

that there should not be any slackness in the implementation of

Schemes related to common people. Emphasising for solving the

problem of farmers on priority basis, she said that officers should

remain sensitive and ensure to make available the benefits of the

Schemes to the eligible beneficiaries.

Referring to the law and order, the Chief Minister directed the

officers concerned to remain vigilant in every case. She said that

the officers had been directed to work without any pressure. She

said that F.I.R.s should be lodged in even pettiest of the cases and

strict action should be initiated against the guilty.

Following the directives of the Chief Minister, the Chief

Secretary emphasised for paying special attention on the speedy

implementation of Ambedkar Gram Sabha Vikas Yojana, Manyawar

Kanshiram Ji Shahari Garib Awas Yojana, Sarvajan Hitay Garib

Awas Malikana Haq Yojana. He said that stern action would be

taken against the concerning officers, if the schemes were getting

delayed and poor quality construction works.

The Chief Secretary directed the officers to provide bicycles

and amount to the beneficiaries of Mahamaya Garib Balika Ashirwad

Yojana and Savitri Bai Phule Garib Balika Madad Yojana soon. He

directed to allot houses under Manyawar Kanshiram Ji Shahari

Garib Awas Yojana within stipulated time equipped with all basic

facilities, besides distributing scholarships and pensions to

beneficiaries.

The Chief Secretary said that the State Government was

sensitive towards the interests of potato growers. He said that

arrangements should be ensured to purchase and storage of

potatoes. He also directed to make arrangements for adequate
number of sacks for the purchase of wheat. He said that keeping


the interests of potato growers, the State Government had

announced potato purchase support scheme. The State Government

was conducting subsidy scheme to encourage the potato export.

Under it, bulk purchasers of potato, would be encouraged. The

D.M.s, during the meeting, informed that owing to the potato

purchase support scheme announced by the State Government, the

potato prices had improved considerably.

The Chief Secretary said that the renovation of the old ponds

should be undertaken and they should be developed into ideal

ponds in rural areas. He said that new works should be immediately

started under the Rozgar Guarantee scheme. Enough employment

should be ensured under NREGS. He also directed the officers to

ensure repair of defunct handpumps and boring of new handpumps

in these divisions. He directed to complete the works by the end of

April under Pipe Water Scheme. He said that F.I.R.s would be

lodged against the guilty officers, if drinking water problem was

found during summer season.

Keeping an eye on the forthcoming board examinations, the

Chief Secretary directed the officers to replace faulty transformers

and ensure proper and uninterrupted power supply in the rural and

urban areas, so that students did not face any difficulties. He

directed the D.M.s and Divisional Commissioner to ensure

energisation of private tube-wells by monitoring the scheme of

Private Tube-wells energisation by February 28.

The meeting organised, at the Tilak Hall, was attended by

A.P.C. Mr. Anees Ansari, Principal Secretary Planning Mr. Manjeet

Singh and Principal Secretaries to C.M. Mr. Ravindra Singh, Mr. J.N.

Chamber., Secretary to C.M. Mr. Navneet Sehgal and other senior

officers.

*******
Business Standard

Thursday, Feb 19, 2009

Uttar Pradesh budget aims at social engineering
Siddharth Kalhans / Lucknow February 14, 2009, 0:51 IST

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati today presented the state’s
annual budget with a size of Rs 133,596.98 crore, projecting the fiscal
deficit for the financial year at Rs 23,298.69 crore. In her second
consecutive budget, Mayawati gave due consideration to her social plank.

She allocated Rs 4,662.41 crore for new schemes, which are mainly
for slum dwellers and women. The government also tabled supplementary
demand for grants of Rs 4,897.62 crore in the Assembly to meet the
expenses arising from the implementation of the Sixth Pay Panel report
for state employees.

However, in the supplementary demand for grants, the state
government has not forgotten to make a provision of Rs 103 crore for
installing the statues of Dalit icons.

According to the budgetary estimates of financial year 2009-10,
total receipts are estimated at Rs 121,502.96 crore whereas the total
expenditure is estimated at Rs 133,596.98 crore . The revenue savings
for the year 2009-10 are estimated to be Rs 1,573.19 crore, which were
Rs 4,105.54 crore in the last budget.

The state government, in the budget documents, stated that to cover
the deficit, Rs 12,215 crore would be adjusted from the public account.

Laying special emphasis on urban development and housing, the state
government has allocated Rs 4,845 crore for the sector. This is 27 per
cent more than in the last year’s budget.

The state government has allocated Rs 1,250 crore for the Kanshiram
Urban Poor Housing Scheme, under which 1,01,000 houses are to be
constructed. For the power sector, the state government has made a
provision of Rs 9,846 crore, which will be spent on new schemes and for
strengthening the distribution system.

Despite a drop in the value-added tax (VAT) revenue, the state
government is expecting to raise Rs 20,741 crore from the tax in
financial year 2009-10. Last year, this was estimated at Rs 17,178
crore
.


UP CM Mayawati lashes out at SP

Lucknow (PTI): Uttar Pradesh Chief
Minister Mayawati on Monday lashed out at the opposition Samajwadi
Party for levelling baseless allegations against her government of
failing on development and law and order front.

The Chief Minister was participating in
state assembly session which passed the motion of thanks on Governor T
V Rajeswar’s address to the joint session of the state legislature on
February 10 by a voice vote.

Replying to the debate on the motion of
thanks, Mayawati condemned the opposition party’s, especially Samajwadi
Party, unruly behaviour during the Governor’s address and termed it a
result of its “frustration” over strains in reaching an alliance with
the Congress.

“Unlike the previous government we have
also been stern on lax policemen and 7,203 of them have been suspended
and 432 dismissed,” she said, adding “instead of disbursing
unemployment allowance, seven lakh permanent jobs in the government
sector and two lakh in the private sector have been provided.”

Rejecting charges of the opposition
over law and order and development issues, she said there had been no
slowdown on the development front and even gave statistics to prove her
point.

There is a petition alleging the former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh had acquired huge wealth through unfair means.
A litigation in the Supreme Court has documented the properties acquired
by Mulayam and his family which he says are worth over Rs.1 billion
(Rs.100 crores).

On the directives of the apex court, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is inquiring into this charges.

“There are property registration documents with the photographs of the
acquirers. They (Yadav’s lawyers) want an in-camera trial. Why should
they get this facility? Because they are big shots?”

There is fool-proof
investigation. They want in-camera trial, they want some judicial
inquiry.


There is a public interest litigation in 2003 was about a “Rs.1,200
crore (Rs.12 billion) fertiliser subsidy scam”, which is still pending
in the Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court. This was followed by a
petition before the Lok Ayukta the next year, alleging bungling in the
state’s mid-day meal scheme.

In 2005, the high court ordered a CBI inquiry in response to a
petition alleging a “foodgrains scam”. Along with this, another
petition filed the same year alleging fraudulent allotments of plots by
the Lucknow Development Authority is pending in the Supreme Court.

Press Information Bureau
(C.M. Information Campus)

Information & Public Relations Department, U.P.

C.M. directs officers to draw ‘Vision-2020′ for
qualitative improvement in Higher Education and its elevation
—Mayawati

All State Universities should ensure completion of

examinations by May 30 and declaration of results by June 30
—Chief Minister

Chairman State Advisory Council extensively

reviews progress of Higher Education Department

Lucknow : February 21, 2009


The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has directed the officers to

form a committee of educationists to draw ‘Vision-2020′ for the qualitative
improvement in Higher Education and for its elevation as well. She directed the
officers to present the report at the earliest. She said that all the State
universities should ensure that all the examinations were completed by May 30
and the results were declared by June 30. The Chief Minister said that paucity of
funds would not be allowed to hamper the expansion of higher education in the
State. She took this decision at a meeting organised after the Chairman State
Advisory Council Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra reviewed the progress of higher
education at a high-level meeting held here today. Giving strict orders to the
officers, the C.M. said that the computer labs should be set up compulsorily in all
the degree colleges of the State. Besides, employment-oriented vocational
courses should be conducted in these colleges.
On the directives of the C.M., the Chairman of the State Advisory Council
Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra held a meeting to review the progress of higher
education at his Annexe office. Later, he apprised the Chief Minister of the
important decisions taken at the meeting. The Chief Minister said that special
efforts should be made for the qualitative improvement in the higher education
and also for its elevation. For that, the computerisation of the colleges should be
undertaken. Besides, the premises of the degree colleges should be connected
with the broad-band and internet connectivity and linked with the digital libraries.
She said that the financial constraints would not be allowed to hamper the
progress and expansion of higher education in the State, adding that if there was
any difficulty then its solution should be suggested. She emphasised that the
academic calendar of the higher education should be strictly adhered to and
examinations should be completed in a time-bound manner and the results should
also be declared timely. She gave special emphasis to the scheme for the
strengthening of the State universities.
The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta,
Additional Cabinet Secretary Mr. Vijay Shankar Pandey, Principal Secretary
Planning Mr. Manjeet Singh, Secretary Higher Education Mr. Umesh Sinha,
Secretary State Advisory Council Mr. R.P. Singh, Secretary to C.M. Mr. Navneet
Sehgal and other senior officers.
*******
New norms for opinion, exit polls

 J. Venkatesan

New Delhi: The Election Commission on Tuesday issued fresh
guidelines banning telecast/publication of the results of opinion/exit
polls 48 hours prior to the date of Assembly or Lok Sabha elections.

In general elections having more than one phase, results should not
be telecast/published till the conclusion of the last phase in all the
States.

The guideline said: “No result of any opinion poll or exit poll
conducted at any time shall be published, publicised or disseminated in
any manner, whatsoever, by print, electronic or any other media, at any
time during the period of 48 hours ending with the hour fixed for
closing of poll in an election held in a single phase; and in a
multi-phased election, and in the case of elections in different States
announced simultaneously, at any time during the period starting from
48 hours before the hour fixed for closing of poll in the first phase
of the election and till the poll is concluded in all the phases in all
States.”

The Election Commission issued such guidelines in January 1998 and this order was challenged in the Supreme Court.

In the course of the hearing in September, 1999, the Commission
opted to withdraw the guidelines and accordingly issued an order on
September 14, 1999.

Three Baskets Study Circle Suggests that

1) The Election Commission must ensure that all the 64 Crore eligible voters, name be included in the voters list with their photos.

2) Instead of 3 members CEC, it should be a Multiple membered Chief Election Committee representing all sections of the society.

3) The source code of the program of the Micro Chip used in the Electronic Voing Machine must be published in the media for transparency and booth level all party representatives must be trained on all aspects of election including the source code for a free and fair election.

Birth anniversary
Mahatma Phule

BANGALORE: The Bahujan Samaj Party, Karnataka unit, on Friday
celebrated the 182 birth anniversary of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule at the
party office here. Party State unit president Marasandra Muniyappa
said
Phule, who strived to uplift the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath, stressed the need to educate
them. — Staff Reporter


In Focus:Bahujan Samaj Party

Mayawati…Mayawati…….Mayawati



Mayawati,the
Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh has now set her eyes on
Delhi.She has spelt her intention in no uncertain terms and  has
started fine tuning her strategy .As per a survey ,Mayawati would grab all 40 Parliamentary seats in Uttar Pradesh alone.That is significant considering her sweeping success in the Assembly
election.Mayawati realises that her party would be able to form the
government ,considering the present political
alignment.She seems to be aware of this and is gearing up to exploit
the situation to her advantage.A few years ago it would have been
labeled as her hallucination to be the Prime Minister of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath ,but not
now,considering the state of affairs of the National Parties.It is
altogether a different matter how her ascendancy  will affect
Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath

’s
march towards prosperity and its rightful place among the developed
nations of the world.

 

Mayawati
is also tryng to replicate her success formula in other states .She has
started to woo Brahmin’s in Maharashtra.Next on the list are
minorities,especially muslims.Considering the disarray in the Samajwadi
Party,she his hopeful of making a dent in that community too.According
to the survey,the Rashtriya Janta Dal of Lalu Prashad Yadav would be
wiped out from Bihar this time;So will be the Lok Jan Shakti of Ram
Vilas Paswan.That survey also indicated that Narendra Modi would
not improve upon his tally.But in the all India scenario, Hence BSP  would
emerge as the biggest beneficiary and it can cross the 250 mark .So Mayawati would emerge as the Prime Minister.

The
position of Left in Kerala is very precarious and it will loose there
heavily .The same can happen in West Bengal too.The supporters of BJP are dismayed over its
double-speak and the way it  dithered to support the Indo-US Nuclear
deal which is very important for the country.It will suffer most
because its voters are relatively literate and aware of the
International affairs.Kapil Sibbal,the Science and Environment minister
very aptly described that the ”BJP  has kissed death”.

 These
political developments do not auger well for India as everybody knows
how these regional leaders have conducted themselves in the past.They
have grabbed their position by promising the most downtrodden segments
of our society a better future. While they have managed to amass
unbelievable fortune for themselves leaving the masses to remain in
perpetual poverty.Perhaps politicians like Mayawati would like to
change that perception.Her effort to beautify
Varanshi is praisworthy and shows that she has the insight and vision.




BAHUJAN SAMAJ PARTY - KARNATAKA
BBMP UNIT- BANGALORE

IV  ASSEMBLY  CONSTITUENCY                                      Loksabha Con………….. 

Committee:  CV.Ramannagar                                                 No & Name……………..

 

IN-CHARGE : J.CHANDRASEKHARAN S/O LATE M.JAGATHEESAN RETD.SR.MANAGER (DESIGN) ARDC HAL – Membership Reg.No.279530

Sl.No.in the Voter’s list-Part 161/154 33 HGB5521729                                                                         
                                                 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

SL No

Designation

Name, address

and Tel

Father/  Husband’s name

Qualification

Membership Reg No

Sl No in the Voters list, other Details

Sign

Photo Latest

01

President

 

If SC

Caste: SC(AK)

Airport ward No 79

 B.T.Srinivas #10 9th cr N.R. coly HAL 3rd stg B-17

9845057417

 Late Thimmaiah

 SSLC Pass

 277924

 HGB3417730

Sl.no-1024

 

 

02

Assembly Gen.

 

Secretary if SC

Caste SC(Holaya)

Airport ward No 79

 K.Balasubramaniam #155 7th cr Anandpuram B-75

9341276264

Kandaswamy

 SSLC

 277924

 HGB3407806

Sl.no-188

 

 

03

Treasurer

JB Nagar  ward No.78

 Chandrakanth

#235 18th mn rd HAL 2nd stg Indra ngr B-8

9342577655

 Bhandwalkar

 DME

 277926

 

 

 

04

a)

Assembly Organizing

 

Secretary  (in charge)

(Of one Sector)

Name of the Sector

CV Raman Nagar ward No.73

 Gangadharan

#007 scion vista apt opp BEML

9845283663

 Nagappa

 B.E

 277927

 GM palya

 

 

b)

Secretary

JB Nagar  ward No.78

Shivanna

9845866307

Doddaiah

BA

277928

 

 

c)

BVF Commander

JB Nagar  ward No.78

Chandra Mohan Singh

9845722900

BS Chauhan

PG Diploma

277929

 

 

d)

BAMCEF co-ordinator

JB Nagar  ward No.78

N.Ethiraj

368 5th mn rd HAL 3rd stg B-75

08025284040

Lt.Nathamuni

PUC

277936

 

 

e)

Office Secretery

Airport ward No 79

Shivaraj

316/A 12th cr Anandapuram B-75

9900267669

Perumal

PUC

277930

Sl no.2753

 

f)

Brotherhood committee president

Airport ward No 79

Jayaram Reddy

9886488413

Chinnappa Reddy

SSLC

277931

 

 

 

g)

Brotherhood committee Gen.Sec

Ward President

Airport ward No 79

M.Suresh 253 5th mn rd Anadpuram JB ngr B-75

9980425686

Muthu

SSLC

277932

HGB2949907

Sl.no1494

 

h)

Ward president

M.Gunasekar 118 Nanthanair rd Murphy twn B-8

9845103370

 

 

277933

 

 

i)

Ward president

Beniganahalli

ward No.48

Shivchandar.D 300 2nd F mn old Baiyapanali MS playa B-33

Raju

8th Std.

277934

 

 

j)

Ward secretary

Airport ward No 79

K.Venu

196/B NR layout Konena Agrahara

B-17

9341705642

 

 

277935

 

 

h)

BAMCEFCo-coordinator

.V.Kesavel 72Dr.Babasaheb Col.                16th mn.rd.HAL2nd stg. B-8         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


JAGATHEESAN CHANDRASEKHARAN (JC) PROFILE

 

MIGHTY GREAT MINDS

JAGATHEESAN CHANDRASEKHARAN (JC)
Life History: At A Glance

 

Full Name

Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan (JC)

 

·         District Secretary BSP BBMP In-Charge CV Raman Nagar Assembly Constituency.

·           Serving BSP since its inception. Membership Registration No.279530

Sl.No. in the Voter’s List

Part 161/154 33 HGB5521729

 

People affectionately call

JC

Father’s name

Late Mr. M.Jagatheesan, Ex. Chairman Bench Court Mayo Hall Bangalore

 

Mother’s name

Mrs. Sugirthammal
and Mrs.Sakuntala Ammal(housewives), who provided economic sustenance
to the family through her untiring efforts, took keen interest in
education of all her children and made them capable in life.

Date of Birth

03rd December 1942

Place of Birth

Bangalore

In Father’s Family

Eight brothers and Five sisters (besides himself)

His own family

Entire Mighty Great Minds

His Everything

Dedicated
to welfare, Happiness and Peace all Mighty Great Minds in general and
to convert all aboriginal inhabitants of Jambudvip, that is the Great
Prabuddha Bharth and Prapanch as Mighty Great Minds.

Dearest to heart

& Political Goal

Welfare
and empowerment of “Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is the
Great Prabuddha Bharath” section of the society by acquiring the Master
Key through ballet Box in the most democratic and peaceful manner.

Ancestral Village

Ashok Nagar renamed from Shoolay by his uncle Late Mr.M. Jayaseelan Ex. Dy.Mayor of Bangalore

Field of Action

Creation
of leaders to acquire the Master Key. As In-Charge of CV Raman Nagar
Assembly Constituency, worked as a team with all the Office Bearers and
completed the task of forming Assembly, Ward, Sector Committees with
BAMCEF, Brotherhood, BVF in tact. The entire team is a model Assembly
Constituency emulated by all other Assembly Constituencies with

the
sole object of empowering Ms Mayawati, the Prabuddha Baratha Matha as
the Prime Minister of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath

Things fond of

Normal light Indian Vegan Food. (Breakfast and Lunch)

Marital Status

Married. Wife MRS.C. Navaneetham (House Wife) BSP Membership Reg.No.279532

Daughter Mrs.Banu Rekha Pradeep Kumar (Teacher) BSP Membership Reg.No.279535

Son-in-law Mr.NS Pradeep Kumar (Railway Guard ) BSP Membership Reg.No.279537

Grand Children Master P.Tushar Kumar and Master P.Harshith Kumar

Son Mr.C.Sashikanth (MBA working in USA) BSP Membership Reg.No.279531

Daughter-in-law Mrs. Shifalika Sashikanth (MBA working in USA) BSP Membership Reg.No.279536

Grand Son Master S.Pranay

Educational Status

 Diploma In Mechanical Engineering (Instrument Mechanics)

Occupation & Income

Retd. Senior Manager Aircraft Research and Design Centre Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. Bangalore.

Contented with Bank Interest of around Rs.10,000 earning through Fixed Deposit of Rs.15 Lakhs, supported by Son for medical expences of my wife + a Maruti 800 Car and a bicycle.

Permanent Address

# 668 5th A Main Road

8th Cross HAL 3rd Stage

Bangalore-560075

Phone Nos.

91-080-25203792 91-080-42053483 Mob.9449260443

Technical Experience

Designed
100 seat aircraft using the latest state of the art Integrated Product
Design and Development Manufacturing concept. Used latest Application
Software such as UNIGRAPHICS, CATIA and other analysis and Product
Development software. Was responsible for training hundreds of
engineers.

SC/ST activities

Ever since appointment in HAL in the year 1962 was responsible for founding HAL SC/ST
Welfare Association. Later on went to Hyderabad, Nashik, Koraput,
Kanpur, Lucknow and Korwa (Ameti) Divisions and founded All India HAL
SC/ST Welfare Association and was responsible for implementing
Reservation policy and got many Appointments and Promotions by taking
up cases to National Commission for SC/STs and by filing writ petitions
in High Court and by making the Parlimantary Committee for SC/STs to
visit HAL for the proper implementation of Reservation policy.

Defended many false cases filed by the management against SC/STs as defence council and relieved their suffering.

Was responsible for including 22.5% of SC/STs in the latest Computer training who were barred earlier.

Because of such efforts many retired from HAL as General Managers, AGMs, DGMs, and so on.

 

Founded HAL SC/STs
and Safai Workers Multi Purpose Co-operative Society, since the
Management promised that all sanitary and Horticultural Contracts would
be given to such a society, but the promise was broken. However their
working condition including their wages were increased because of the
Association’s efforts.

Political Experience:

1984

In HAL SC/STs
and Safai workers as a team was keenly observing and supported the
activities of Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji’s DS4, BASMCEF and later on BSP.

 

Interacted
with Manyawar Kanshi Ram Ji and discussed with him on the latest
emerging Information Technology for BSP to adopt. He suggested to help
Karnataka BSP in that aspect.

 

Created http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org and publishing all positive news of BSP. Thousands of emails are sent on the same to the well wishers of the movement.

Social & Cultural activities

 

To
serve the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great
Prabuddha Bharath (Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward
Classes (
OBCs) and religious minorities)—and encourage activities for their overall development.

Special Inclination 

Educate and organise the poor, oppressed and impoverished sections of the society to fight for their legal and constitutional rights.

Life’s Aim 

To
be a Arahat and to strive and To remain engaged in helping many more to
practice Arahatship through Social Engineering for
  “social
transformation and economic liberation” of the Aboriginal Inhabitants
of Jambudvipa, thatis, the Great Prabuddha Bharath, so that about 85
per cent people of more than a hundred crore
population, representing them could be brought in the national
mainstream. Poor of other sections of the society are also to be
educationally and economically uplifted for their welfare, happiness
and ultimate peace and bliss.

Body and Mind Development Activities 

Getting
up early in the morning at 03:30 AM Exercise with walking, cycling and
swimming. Winning Gold, Silver, and Gold medals in Swimming
Competetions.

 

Passed Two Hours Trials for English Channel Relay for July 2010

Always practicing Meditation after training on Pabbaja, Vipassana and Zen Meditation Training.

 

Created the following Poems for

 

THREE BASKETS STUDY CIRCLE

Entire Jetavana spread by Gold to the Mighty Great Mind was bought !

For spreading Ultimate Bliss through welfare activities of the all the living sentient and non-sentient beings lot!
Rs.36 Crores towards Income Tax for Rs.900 Crores is Ms Mayawati,s Birthday Gift !
But it is enough Not !
For equal distribution of Rs.9,53,231 of the Nation’s Budget !
That is to be got through Sarvajans’ Vote !
For the peace, welfare and happiness of all including the Have-not !
Hence for BSP Elephant you Vote !

SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION THE BASKET NUMBER ONE
THROUGH SOCIAL ENGINEERING THE BASKET NUMBER TWO
FOR ACHIEVING ECONOMIC EMANCIPATION THE BASKET NUMBER THREE
FOR THE PEACE, WELFARE AND HAPPINESS OF ALL

GET UP EARLY IN THE MORNING !
AFTER BRUSHING, WASHING AND BATHING !
PRACTICE ALL PARTS OF YOUR BODY MOVING !
DO BODY AND MIND BALANCING
!
BY WALKING, SWIMMING AND CYCLING
!
FOR YOUR WELL BEING
!

FOR SELF RESPECT!

GET A VOTE AND A NOTE!

FOR BSP!

DONT WAIT!  BUT BAIT!

TO GRAB THE MASTER KEY!

 

 

Make me PM

Write Down on the Wall was Dr. Ambedkar’s Sign !

Two Thousand Nine !

Will Be Mine !

- Says Ms Mayawati Bahen !

 

 

2008 Bahen Mayawati the UttarPradesh Chief Minister !

2009 Prabuddha Bharatha Matha the Prime Minister !

Now is all that you have!

By voting for BSP, the Nation you save!


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