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Thanx 4 voting 4 Bahen Mayawati as UP CM!
NOW MAHAMAYAwati PRABUDDHA d BHARATHA MATA 2 B PM!
By chennaivision at 24 April, 2009, 12:35 pm
Bahujan Samaj Party(BSP) has claimed that party supremo Mayawati was
set to become the next Prime Minister even as the opposition parties
were making all out effort to stall the BSP’s crusade towards Delhi.
”All the opposition parties particularly the Congress and BJP were
worried about the peoples’ support received by the BSP countrywide in
the last two phases of elections and they are trying to defame the BSP
government of UP through several issues ”, said the state BSP president
Swami Prasad Maurya.
Talking to reporters here today, Mr Maurya said the ideology of the
party of ‘ sarva samaj’ was accepted throughout the country and people
of other states too want development like Uttar Pradesh in their states.
”But these political parties, opposed to the BSP, were making wild
allegations against the UP government just to confuse the people”, he
He said Ms Mayawati’s formula of social engineering has now clicked
in the country when the masses also want a caste and religion free
Several senior trade leaders associated with Banwari Lal Kanchal joined the party today.
Mr Kanchal, who joined the BSP leaving the Samajwadi party last
week, said these new entrants would dedicate themselves for the party.
Kolkata, Apr. 21 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj
Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Tuesday urged the people to vote for her
party to form a BSP Government at the Centre.
“The BSP is contesting in almost every seat. The party did not make any
electoral tie up with any party. Now, people can vote for the BSP
candidates,” Mayawati said while addressing an election rally here.
Mayawati also asked people to vote out the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
and the Congress for failing to fulfill the aspiration of the people
belonging to the backward classes.
The BSP chief further said that her government would not take any help
from the businessmen or the rich persons to form a government.
“If voted to power, the BSP will work to uplift the downtrodden sections. (ANI)
Mayawati the celebrated Aboriginal leader of Prabuddha Bharath will become able to ascend to the throne. This depends
on several post-election equations although a section of the Lefts and
Third Front, if not more, has found her as the most promising candidate
and hence it is alleged that a section of BSP (party of Mayawati) is
busy in hobnobbing with Left.
Let’s turn the attention to a different
aspect. Is Mayawati worth of
becoming a PM? There is no straight answer to it even though her
adherents are equating this with SC/ST empowerment. It’s true that the
SC/ST community or the Aboriginal Inhabitant castes have been treated
centuries and the rise of BSP was the best answer to that egocentrism
On the contrary, during his most favorite disciple Mayawati’s reign,
the scene became largely different. She felt the need of expanding
party’s base and started becoming liberal through inviting the upper
castes to join BSP. Her followers and detractors got amused but she has
been in full swing from that time on.
Campaigning for 17 Lok Sabha seats ends in Karnataka
Bangalore, April 21 (IANS) An acrimonious public
About 20.6 million voters, including 10.3 million
Charges and counter-charges dominated the campaigning as parties
According to the state chief electoral officer (CEO) M. N.
The Congress faces 103 cases and Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) 60.
The election authorities have seized Rs.226.5 million in cash, of
Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyruappa’s home district Shimoga comes second
The state police have set up a round-the-clock toll free number
Dear Sisters and
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Kindly PRESS ELECTRONIC
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New Delhi, April 22 (IANS) India will hold its second phase of the 2009 general elections Thursday. Here are some facts:
Number of states: 12
Number of constituencies: 140
Number of voters: 194 million
Number of candidates: 2,034
Number of woman candidates: 121
Number of polling staff: 1 million
Number of polling stations: 222,350
Major parties: Bharatiya Janata Party (112 candidates), Congress
(116), Bahujan Samaj Party (122), Communist Party of India-Marxist (9),
Nationalist Congress Party (22), Communist Party of India (16) and
Rashtriya Janata Dal (15).
Denied their right, Muslims seethe with rage
names of a large number of minority voters were found missing from the
Bangalore: Widespread complaints of exclusion of Muslims from
electoral lists were reported from minority-dominated localities across
the three Bangalore Urban parliamentary constituencies on Thursday.
Reporters from The Hindu who visited Yarabnagar,
Madinanagar, Shivajingar, D.J. Halli, Fraser Town and many other
localities found voters angry, yet helpless at being disenfranchised.
“I have lived here for 15 years in a permanent house. Every election
day I have gone to the polling booth right after the morning prayers,”
said a livid Mohammed Rehamath Ullah, the 70-year-old “mutuvalli” of
Khaja mosque in Madinanagar in Bommanahalli, who has never missed his
chance to vote in the Lok Sabha elections since 1962.
There were at least three ways in which people were denied their
right to vote. First was the category of voters with EPICs acquired as
recently as a few weeks ago who found their names missing.
The second was of persons who had voted earlier and who found their names stamped “deleted”.
Thirdly, in many cases names had been changed, mis-spelt or identities duplicated.
The widespread perception in these localities was that minority
votes had been deliberately eliminated as hundreds of voters found that
they could not exercise their constitutional right to vote.
Ameer Jan, an autorickshaw driver, had taken a day’s off from work
to vote. But when he arrived at Kaverinagar in Bangalore South (booth
numbers 115), he found that his name and those of his mother
Zaibunneesa and wife Parveen Taj were missing in the list.
Holding up his EPIC in one hand and his ration card in the other,
Ibrahim Shariff (60) said: “I have shut my shop to vote, but my name is
not on the list.” Out of the 11 voters in his family, only two had been
included in the list. In this predominantly Muslim and working class
pocket of the city this was only one of many such cases.
Abdul Wahid (57), a welder with the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC), had a similar complaint.
Ward no. 79 in Shivajinagar (Bangalore Central) had 806 eligible
voters, but by mid-morning nearly 250 people who had voted in the same
polling booth during the 2008 Assembly elections found their names
missing from the list.
Malar Nisha, a resident of Moore Road in Fraser Town, who got a new
EPIC on March 18, was one of the 14 members of her family who had been
turned away from the polling booth at Sir Ismail Sait Nursery School.
“The only two Muslim families in my lane (G-block) seem to have disappeared from the list,” she said.
At least four wards of Bharatinagar from Bangalore Central
constituency reported cases of missing names. “Out of 1,092 voters on
the roll in part 58 of Bharathinagar, 250 names were missing. The
majority were Muslim,” said Azam, a resident who was keeping track of
voting in four booths in this area.
Anger over missing names culminated in protests in some areas such as Yarabnagar.
There were rumours that some, whose names had been stamped
“deleted”, were being allowed to vote by late evening if they had
However, Bangalore city Police Commissioner Shankar M. Bidari denied this.
The Police Commissioner said: “there is no question of allowing
people to vote if their names do not figure in the electoral roll even
if they possess the EPIC. It is against election rules.”
BANGALORE: The Congress candidate for Bangalore South Lok Sabha seat
Krishna Byre Gowda has demanded repoll in select polling booths,
alleging that a large number of voters from economically weaker
sections have been deliberately and illegally deleted from the
In his complaint to Chief Electoral Officer M.N. Vidyashankar on
Thursday, Mr. Byre Gowda said the Election Commission provided
electoral list on April 1 and a revised list subsequently on April 10.
“Many names in the revised list have been marked ‘deleted’ in the
list provided to the returning officers. How can such large-scale
deletions take place? It’s a deliberate attempt to deny the fundamental
right of the electorate,” he said.
Mr. Byre Gowda said he was appalled that names of only a section of
people have been deleted from the rolls. For example, he showed the
EPIC of Ayesha Banu (WEC3848405) issued on April 8, Salman Khan (WEC
3832540) on April 1 and M.D. Musheer (WEC 3848397) on April 8. “These
names have been deleted in the revised roll,” he said.
Mr. Byre Gowda said such deletions had occurred in the electoral
rolls in the three Bangalore city Lok Sabha constituencies. “What
bemuses me is that such deletions have occurred only in areas where
there are economically weaker sections. You do not find such
large-scale deletions in urban electorate,” he said.
Asked who could be held responsible for this, Roshan Baig,
Shivajinagar MLA, said: “It is obvious that the exclusion has been done
by officials in the Revenue Department.” “The saffronisation of the
official machinery has led to the wholesale deletion of Muslim voters
from the list,” he remarked.
Their names were missing from electoral rolls
Belgaum: A large number of voters in Belgaum and Chikkodi Lok Sabha
constituencies in the district, which went to the polls on Thursday,
lost their once-in-a-five-year opportunity to cast their votes in
parliamentary elections because of defective voter list.
Despite carrying Elector’s Photo Identity Cards (EPICs), a large
number of voters in the two constituencies were forced to return home
as their names were missing from the electoral rolls.
The changes in the polling stations only added to the confusion that
prevailed in almost every polling station in the two constituencies.
Perhaps, this is one of the major reasons behind the less than
expected voter response in the two constituencies, particularly in
The polling agents of different political parties assisting the
voters outside the polling stations were apparently annoyed over the
manner in which the electoral rolls were prepared.
One of the major mistakes which the polling agents pointed out was
the deletion of certain voters who are alive and continued to reside in
the same place.
At polling station number 164 in Belgaum city, names against serial
numbers 121, 137, 138, 141, 185, 232, 232, 271, 295, 308 and a few
others were missing.
A polling agent, Asif A., said only a few of them were not alive and
he was forced to send others back home as their names were missing.
Citing another example, he showed the electoral roll in respect of
polling station number 163 where the serial number 3,900 was missing.
Voters in several polling stations said though they had voter cards, their names were missing in the voters list.
Sunil K., a voter in Hanuman Nagar, said many voters were not aware of the changes in polling stations hence the confusion.
The voters went to the same polling stations where they had cast
their vote in the Assembly elections held last year when they had to
cast their votes elsewhere.
GULBARGA: An estimated 50 per cent of the electorate voted in the Gulbarga Lok Sabha constituency on Thursday.
Polling was marred by sporadic incidents of clashes between Congress
and BJP workers and boycott of elections in a few polling booths by
people demanding basic amenities. There were also reports of many
people complaining that their names were missing from the voter list.
Speaking in a similar tone, the former Minister Kagodu Thimmappa
makes a blistering attack on the BJP Government for pursuing “unfair”
poll practices by allegedly distributing money and liquor to woo
Delhi, April 20 (IANS) Nearly 300 candidates with criminal records from
different political parties are fighting the second phase of Lok Sabha
polls on April 23, with the Congress party topping the list with 40,
according to a survey.
According to an analysis by an NGO, National Election Watch, of the
1,425 candidates in the fray for the second phase, 288 have criminal
The first phase had 222 candidates with criminal records.
In the second phase,
while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), with 27 and the
Samajwadi Party has 13 such candidates.
Among the states, Bihar tops the list with 60 candidates with
criminal backgrounds followed by Maharashtra with 58, Uttar Pradesh
with 39 and Jharkhand with 34 such candidates.
Polling in the second phase will be held in 13 states.
Three candidates have criminal records: NEW
MPs from Mysore and Mandya seeking re-election
MYSORE: Mysore, Chamarajanagar and Mandya too have their share of crorepati candidates, with four each in the constituencies.
According to National Election Watch (NEW), candidates with criminal
records have been fielded in the three constituencies and they form
over 45 per cent of the total number of candidates with criminal
records in the second phase of the election in the State.
The Chamarajnagar and Mandya constituencies have two candidates with
criminal records while Mysore has one. The lone independent candidate
with a serious criminal case in the second phase is contesting from
Mysore, according to a report of the NEW.
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Of affidavits are anything to go by, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is
clearly a party of millionaires. Dozens of candidates contesting on the
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New Delhi, April 19 (IANS) He is unabashed about his
new found fame as the wealthiest candidate in the Lok Sabha polls.
Deepak Bhardwaj of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) says the rich can
“serve the poor better” and should get more nominations in elections.
He also likens party chief and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati to “an army commander” who keeps factionalism at bay.
Bhardwaj, who is fighting from West Delhi, has declared assets worth
over Rs.603 crores (Rs.6.03 billion), thus making him the richest
candidate so far in these elections.
“It is good that political parties nominate rich candidates in
elections. If you find a rich person as your candidate, he or she can
help the poor better and look after development work,” he said, well
aware that a contestant from Gujarat, Khimjibhai Patel, has declared
assets worth over Rs.500 crores (Rs.5 billion).
“How can a poor candidate serve the poor? It only stands to reason
and therefore richer candidates should be given more chance to contest
elections,” 58-year-old Bhardwaj told IANS.
Bhardwaj is the second candidate of the BSP - a party whose creed is
known for championing the cause of the downtrodden - to have declared
assets of over a billion rupees. Kanwar Singh Tanwar, the BSP candidate
from South Delhi, had declared assets worth over Rs.150 crores (Rs.1.5
A Delhi University graduate, Bhardwaj has been associated with over
a dozen welfare organisations and educational institutions and wants to
revolutionise country’s education system.
“I feel that if everyone is educated in the country then there is no
need for reservations in any sector. I dream of an India of 100 percent
“I am planning to set up a university in Dwarka and many other
educational institutions to provide education to people,” said
Bhardwaj, who says he works 20 hours a day for the elections.
The Bhardwaj family owns lands in almost 40 villages around Delhi
and has a thriving real estate business in various cities. They also
own the huge Nitesh Kunj Hotel complex on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway
besides owning a small township in Haridwar.
Bhardwaj, who is famous among voters for the welfare work done in
the West and Outer Delhi areas, is likely to give a tough fight to
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Jagdish Mukhi and Congress
candidate Mahabal Mishra from West Delhi.
The BSP nominee is focusing on issues like education for all,
development, employment, relief to farmers and sadak, bijli, pani
(roads, power and water).
“I am a follower of Sant Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati who was a
great reformer and I wish to walk in his footsteps. In the olden days,
India was called the Golden Sparrow but I call it the Mountain of Gold
or Ocean of Gold as it has a rich heritage, fertile land and resources
“However, our politicians lack the vision to make use of these
resources and are more busy stocking money for their personal
benefits,” said Bhardwaj who proudly calls himself “the son of a
Before joining the BSP, Bhardwaj has had short stints in the
Congress and the BJP but left both following “factionalism” in the two
“Behan Mayawati is like an army commander and all other party
workers are her soldiers. There is no factionalism in the party. The
party believes in the principle of ‘bahujan hitay bahujan sukhay
(everyone’s welfare, everyone’s happiness) and works for welfare of the
society’,” the father of two said.
The family grew to riches after several hectares of land owned by
them in the capital were acquired by the government for development in
the last two decades. The money was then invested in the real estate in
many cities in the country and turned him into a billionaire.
“I am an honest and responsible citizen who has been paying income
tax worth millions every year. I believe the electorate should be given
the right to call back their elected leaders if they find their work
unsatisfactory,” signs off Bhardwaj.
193 crorepatis to contest 1st phase of polls
There are 193 crorepatis contesting the 2009 general elections
during the first phase, a detailed study conducted by the Association
for Democratic Reforms and the National Election Watch suggests.
study says that 14 per cent of the candidates contesting the elections
in the first phase are crorepatis. According to NEW, there are 1,715
candidates in the fray, but details of only 1,440 are available as yet.
Andhra Pradesh has the most number of crorepati candidates. Out of
the 314 candidates in the first phase, 64 are millionaire candidates.
Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra are at second and third position with 35 and 29 such candidates respectively.
wise details reveal that the Congress tops the list with 45 crorepatis
while the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party are at
second and third place with 30 and 23 such candidates each.
The average assets per candidate of each party are interesting. The
Mana Party, a political outfit representing the backward classes in
Andhra Pradesh, leads the pack with the candidates having an average
asset value of Rs 27 crore. The party has only two candidates.
Telugu Desam Party is a close second with Rs 23 crore. The Nationalist
Congress Party candidates come third with Rs 10 crore while the
Congress and the BJP candidates have an average asset value of Rs 4 and
Rs 2 crore each. The report suggests that the percentage of contesting
crorepatis has increased from 9 per cent in 2004 to 14 per cent in 2009.
Candidate with the highest assets
Nama Nageswara Rao of
the Telugu Desam Party is the richest candidate. Aged 50 and contesting
from Khammam in Andhra Pradesh this man is worth Rs 173 crore. He has
moveable assets of Rs 1,41,28,66,278 and immovable assets of Rs
Patel Praful Manoharbhai of the NCP is the second richest candidate.
Contesting from the Bhandara Gondiya constituency, this man is worth Rs
89 crore. He has moveable assets of Rs Rs 15,20,54,970 and immovable
assets of Rs 74,70,10,007.
Dr G Vivekanand of the Indian National Congress with Rs 89 crore
comes third. Contesting from Peddapalle in Andhra Pradesh this man has
moveable assets of Rs 23,99,68,026 and immovable assets of Rs
Candidates with lowest assets
Pradesh tops the list with candidates with lowest assets. Out of the 76
candidates who have absolutely no assets, 50 are from Andhra Pradesh.
None of these 76 candidates barring one with Zero assets belong to any
major party. All these candidates are from smaller parties or
The only candidate with no assets who belongs to
a major party-the BSP is Gangadhar Gade who is contesting from Amravati
Somewhere in that pursuit, the means to do so were lost sight of. If
money and a widening of the caste coalition were called for,
these steps were taken without much ado. There is no danger of a political
party following such a system.
The BSP was no exception and today it
is hard to believe that it
continues to follow its original intent. In real terms, reservations
became the start and end of all
policymaking. What this does is prevent any meaningful analysis by the
party’s support base of what is going on in the party. Reservation has
a powerful symbolic value that serves as a substitute for the
substantive parts of the SC/ST agenda.Now it is time to have every
right to have reservation in trade and business enabling them to have
proportionate numbers amongst the Billionaires. Why not? It goes
without saying that it
makes a rich substitute.
If he is a man who is clean at heart,
he should have married an aboriginal inhabitant woman, if he did not
discriminate against her. He should have legally married one, after
converting to her religion . But, he is dirty at heart and that is why
he will give ‘jaadu ki jhappi and pappi’ to the
people of Pratapgarh and even to a cross breed puppy in public places. His
father did it to his mother. Now he says all women are his sisters,
fearing that he will be booked under untouchability act which is a
non-bailable offence. Will he agree if his party leaders do the same to
his sister? That too by force with an AK-47 gun.
he continues with his dirty tricks in public with Indian women, irrespective of
their caste, creed and religion, everybody knows what type of
traditional treatment he will get from them.
1567 candidates to contest for 107 seats in III Phase
NINE STATES AND TWO UTs TO GO TO POLLS ON 30TH APRIL
Backgrounder – 26
With the completion of polling process in 265 Lok Sabha seats
In all, 1567 candidates are in fray for 107 Lok Sabha Constituencies,
The maximum number of the Lok Sabha Constituencies going to polls in
Amongst the seven National Parties, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is
The completion of polling process in 3rd phase on 30th April would mean
Main Election Cell/ 24.4.2009
MAHA BODHI SOCIETY
2553RD SACRED BUDDHA JAYANTHI
3-5-2009 to 10-5-2009
Maha Bodhi Society,
Bangalore, is celebrating the Sacred Buddha Jayanthi since 52 years on the
Veshakha Purnima day under the guidance of its founder Venerable Buddharakkhita.
This year too the Buddha Jayanthi is being celebrated from 3rd to 10th
This year’s Sacred
Buddha Jayanthi has special significance for the Maha Bodhi Society,
Mahadvara the Great Gateway to Mahabodhi World Peace Buddha Temple donated by
Shri Upasaka Rajanna
laying of Mahabodhi Holistic Ayurvedic Medical Centre
stone laying for Mahabodhi Buddha Jayanthi Open University building which will
also house the Centre for Higher Learning,
of Pali and Buddhist Studies which conducts various multi linguistic academic
Dana service in Mahabodhi Burns and Casualty centre, Victoria Hospital, Cancer
Hospital, K.R.Hospital, Mysore
Kannada Tipitaka Publication Project
for the Book Centre of the Mahabodhi Buddha Vachana Trust publication
the new Mahabodhi Guest House at Mahbodhi Centre for Service-Sevakshetra
Laksha Deepa Puja : Offering of one hundred thousand
lights to the holy Trirathna-Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha seeking blessings of the
holy Triple Gem and protection of the Buddha Sasana arakkhaka deva, protecting
gods, to help restoring peace on earth and goodwill among people of different
faiths, races, cultures, genders, etc.
Annual General Body meeting : The Jayanthi programs
will conclude with the Annual General Body meeting of the maha Bodhi Society,
its sisters organizations and branches and overseas Mahabodhi associate
Bodhi Saptaha Awakenment Week
From May 3rd to May
of Bodhi Saptaha 2553rd Sacred Buddha Jayanthi Celebrations
Jayanthi celebration at Mahabodhi Branch Mysore and Donation of Special Buddha
image brought from Thailand by Maha Bodhi Society to the Buddha Stupa built by
the Mysore Mahanagara Palike near Ashoka Circle, Mysore.
Dana Service at the Mahabodhi Burns and Casualty Centre,
Children’s World Peace Program : Meditation, Moral
instruction and discussions and painting on HOW WE CAN HELP THE WORLD.
DHAMMACHARI SADHANA DAY Training program for
Dhammacharis & Buddhaneddege Marali Manege ‘SC/ST Maitri’ mattu Buddha
Alpasankhatarara vichara goshti. Conducting Buddhist Activities like training
lay community leaders to establish Pancasila Samiti dedicated to the promotion
of voluntary undertaking of five moral precepts as taught by Lord Buddha.
Conducting of various social, educational and humanitarian services.
Amity, as taught by the Buddha, Buddhara Vishwa Maitri Sandesha – a cultural
SACRED BUDDHA PURNIMA DAY
Puja at Sacred Bodhi, Vishwa Maitri Stupa, Loka Shanti Buddha Vihara,
undertaking of precepts, Dhamma discource, Deeksha, Public seminar, etc.
General Body Meeting 2009
the birth of Buddhas;
the enunciation of the Sacred Teaching;
the harmony in the Sangha; and
the spiritual pursuit of the united truth-seekers.
To be able to conduct
these programs in a becoming way it is estimated that a sum of over Rs. 10
lakhs will be required.
Your help is urgently
needed to achieve this noble program dedicated to the happiness and well being
of all mankind.
Kindly send your
donations in favor of
MAHA BODHI SOCIETY,
MAHA BODHI SOCIETY
Tel: 080-22250684, 09611837880
Or transfer your donation to the account number
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