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LESSON 40-BEST WAY 2 REJOICE AMBEDKAR JAYANTI! VOTE MAYA 2 B PM 2 GET THE MASTER KEY! XPLAIN ONLY BSP APPEAL 2 VOTERS THRU BOOTH COMMITTEE! to remain alert so that their in valuable votes are neither bought nor looted nor remain unused and no selfish person is able to misuse their votes by ensnaring them in the name of caste and creed, money, temple and mosque or by any kind of emotional blackmail, not to get carried away by alluring promises made in the election manifesto of opposition parties, in other words they have to rise in their lives to the defence of democracy ! 2 PRESS BUTTON FACING ELEPHANT SYMBOL OF BSP! SMS 2 PALS. ADVERTISE IN NEWS PAPER 2 C APPEAL in http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org chandrasekharan.tipitaka.jagat@gmail.com DO DOOR 2 DOOR CAMPAIGN 2 WIN AND B HAPPY!
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LESSON 40





 


Mayawati-Kumari-2
Indian election rallies draw huge crowds, fiery speeches and a lot of
promises to deliver a better future, but the star of the show is often
the helicopter in which the key speaker arrives. At a rally in the
small town of Nuh, 78 kilometres (49 miles) south of New Delhi, several
thousand low-caste Dalits, Muslims and the rural poor had been sitting
on the ground for at least four hours, waiting in the baking heat.


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When Mayawati Kumari, the “queen of the SC/STs”, finally came into
land, they rushed to stand up and forced their way past security guards
to watch her helicopter descend from the sky.

As it settled
noisily on the flat, bare plain, its rotor blades blew clouds of gritty
dust into the excited crowds and the canvas sun awnings flapped wildly
in the breeze.

Mayawati, like all of India’s prominent
politicians, is on a hectic schedule, flying around the country from
one rally to another, ahead of voting that starts on April 16.

Wherever
the party leaders go, the format is much the same: a patch of open
ground, a makeshift stage, sun shelter to protect the spectators — and
hours and hours of music, speeches and chanting to build up the
atmosphere.

At Nuh, a poor farming area in the state of Haryana,
the crowd had gathered since early morning, clogging the approaching
roads with rickshaws, buses and carts decorated in the blue flags of
Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

Men in simple white clothes
filled much of the audience, while women in colourful saris cared for
children in a reserved section off to one side.

“I am here to see
Mayawati,” said Sona, a 40-year-old SC woman. “I have seen her on
television and she has promised that the lower castes will get more
benefits and job opportunities.”

Poor women in particular look to
Mayawati, who has risen to be chief minister of Uttar Pradesh state
after being born into a Dalit, or “untouchable”, sub-caste of
leatherworkers in 1956.

“She is like us and understands our
problems. She knows how it is to be poor and we hope she will help us,”
said Somvati, an elderly female ragpicker suffering from cataracts.

Some
spectators said transport to the rally was free and that they were
there only out of curiosity and the chance of a day away from home,
while others seemed certain that Mayawati could improve their lives.

“We
are not paid to be here or given any free food,” said Mosim Khan, 19, a
truck driver from India’s large and often poor Muslim minority.

“I
will vote for the elephant (the BSP symbol), because Mayawati will
bring us clean water, and sort out the railway line,” he said.

As
the waiting stretched into the heat of the day, local politicians gave
lengthy warm-up performances attacking the incumbent Congress coalition
and vowing that Mayawati would soon be prime minister.

Songs
played on the loudspeaker sang “my queen, my sister, she is my life,
she is my pride,” and officials led chants of “she is new, she is
determined, she is Mayawati”.

Eventually she appeared on stage
and delivered a 25-minute stump speech outlining her achievements as a
chief minister and promising change for India’s downtrodden masses.

Her
rhetoric drew only an occasional splatter of applause, and soon the
crowds were chatting among themselves despite party activists who tried
to spark up further signs of enthusiasm.

After finishing her text, she left the stage quickly and returned to the helicopter.

Immediately
the
audience leapt back to life, pushing and shoving to get a good
viewing position. The rotor blades revved into action and the queen of
SC/ST was borne up and away, out of the heat and the dust, and off to
her next engagement.





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LESSON 39-Best way 2 rejoice Ambedkar Jayanthi! Vote Mayawati! As PM 2 get the Master Key! Elephant is the symbol of BSP! SMS this 2 ur Pals, do Door 2 Door Campaign and B Happy!-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 Mayawati, the Nation you save ! 2008 Bahen Mayawati the UttarPradesh Chief Minister 2009PrabuddhaBharatha Matha the Prime Minister !-Bahujan Samaj Party “APPEAL” For Lok Sabha General Elections-2009
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LESSON 39



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U.P. confirms Varun’s booking under NSA

Special Correspondent

LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh government has confirmed the decision to
book Bharatiya Janata Party candidate from Pilibhit, Varun Gandhi,
under the National Security Act (NSA) after the mandatory 12 days,
within which the move has to be confirmed, expired on Wednesday.

Mr. Gandhi was booked under the NSA on March 28 following incidents of violence by BJP supporters in the wake of his arrest.

District Magistrate of Pilibhit Ajay Chauhan confirmed to The Hindu
that the decision to charge Mr. Gandhi under the NSA, taken by him, was
confirmed by the government. The BJP candidate from Pilibhit is
currently lodged in the Etah jail.

Mr. Gandhi’s case comes up for hearing in the Supreme Court on April 13.

One of the options before the government is to move the Advisory Board within six weeks.

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