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LUCKNOW - Uttar Pradesh Chief
Minister Mayawati has ridiculed Congress party’s austerity drive, terming it as
a ploy to steer attention away from the steep price rise.
Addressing a mass rally here on
Thursday, Mayawati hit out at the Congress party, calling its austerity drive
“Because of the wrong doings by the
Congress government at the centre, the prices are rising due to which poor
people across the country are suffering. And now to cover up its weaknesses,
they have cut down on its travelling expenses by flying economy class and
travelling by train. All this is just a drama,” Mayawati said.
“With a drought looming and elections
in some states approaching, the Congress-led government has embarked on a
much-publicised austerity drive,” she added.
set up multi-purpose farmers service centres
STAFF WRITER 12:7 HRS IST
Lucknow, Sep 17 (PTI) Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has
ordered setting up of farmers service centres in rural areas to
provide all necessary assistance under one roof.
“Farmers service centres should be set up in rural areas on public
private partnership (PPP) model where all facilities should be
provided under one roof,” she said during a review meeting with the
principal secretaries held last evening.
She also directed that advance arrangements should be made to provide
various agricultural inputs, including fertilisers and seeds, for the
“It had been observed that due to lack of proper arrangements problems
are being faced by the farmers and they are forced to purchase
fertiliser and seeds from private sector on higher prices,” the Chief
Besides, effective measures should be taken to check smuggling of
fertilisers and seeds specially on the Indo-Nepal border.
mulling new IT policy
The Uttar Pradesh government said
there was no need for a new IT policy in the state and the need of the hour was
to ensure proper implementation of the 2004 IT Policy.
“The existing IT policy is
well-equipped to cater to the needs of the industry but renewed efforts would
be made for proper implementation of its guidelines,” state IT and Electronics
Principal Secretary Chandra Prakash told Business Standard on sidelines of a
seminar on ‘IT Industries in UP — The Road Ahead’ here last evening.
The seminar was organised by MSME
chamber Indian Industries Association (IIA) and Association of Knowledge
(AKWL). It was attended by representatives of leading IT/ITES companies.
Asked if government would consider
setting up government-promoted IT/ITES-centric Special Economic Zones (SEZ) in
the state, he replied in the negative saying that separate measures were not
needed since provisions contained in the IT policy were sufficient.
Earlier, in his keynote address he
had said, “Creation of SEZs was important for UP” and that with the new
initiatives of the state government, the perception about Uttar Pradesh would
change positively in next the 2-3 years.
“e-governance is coming up in a big
way in Uttar Pradesh.
Prakash said the government was
setting up 17,000 common service centres christened as ‘Jan Suvidha Kendra’ in
the rural areas to offer host of services online at one place.
“e-governance is the priority of the
government and these centres of electronic delivery services in public domain
would be rolled out on public-private partnership (PPP) model,” he said.
The government is setting up a state
meta data centre, which will contain data of all the departments and the
different places would be connected to it through district data centres
with private investment.