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287 LESSON 03 06 2011 Sappurisadana Sutta A Person of Integrity s Gifts FREE ONLINE eNālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY and BUDDHIST GOOD NEWS letter to VOTE for BSP ELEPHANT to attain Ultimate Bliss-Through http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org-POLITICS is SACRED with HIGHLY BEST PROMISING GOVERNANCE of CHIEF MINISTER OF UTTAR PRADESH MS. MAYAWATI JI-Mayawati announces new Land Acquisition Policy
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UNIVERSITY and BUDDHIST GOOD NEWS letter
to VOTE
for BSP ELEPHANT
to attain Ultimate
Bliss-Through
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Sappurisadana Sutta: A Person of Integrity’s Gifts

“These
five are a person of integrity’s gifts. Which five? A person of integrity gives
a gift with a sense of conviction. A person of integrity gives a gift
attentively. A person of integrity gives a gift in season. A person of
integrity gives a gift with an empathetic heart. A person of integrity gives a
gift without adversely affecting himself or others.

“Having
given a gift with a sense of conviction, he — wherever the result of that gift
ripens — is rich, with much wealth, with many possessions. And he is
well-built, handsome, extremely inspiring, endowed with a lotus-like complexion.

“Having
given a gift attentively, he — wherever the result of that gift ripens — is
rich, with much wealth, with many possessions. And his children, wives, slaves,
servants, and workers listen carefully to him, lend him their ears, and serve
him with understanding hearts.

“Having
given a gift in season, he — wherever the result of that gift ripens — is rich,
with much wealth, with many possessions. And his goals are fulfilled in season.

“Having
given a gift with an empathetic heart, he — wherever the result of that gift
ripens — is rich, with much wealth, with many possessions. And his mind
inclines to the enjoyment of the five strings of lavish sensuality.

“Having
given a gift without adversely affecting himself or others, he — wherever the
result of that gift ripens — is rich, with much wealth, with many possessions.
And not from anywhere does destruction come to his property — whether from
fire, from water, from kings, from thieves, or from hateful heirs.

“These
five are a person of integrity’s gifts.”

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29.Mayawati announces new Land Acquisition Policy that  would be better than the proposed land
acquisition policy of the UPA government

30. Creation of employment totalling 5,945 lakh man-Days for men
and 2,089 lakh for women belonging to SC/ST Created in rural areas by BSP

31. About 8 lakh S/C families benefited by writing-off Debts
amounting to Rs.120.28 crore of Uttar Pradesh SC/ST Development Corporation.

32. Electrification on large-scale of SC/ST bustees/majras and
appointment of 23% from these classes only of SOs in police Stations by BSP



Uttar
Pradesh, Chief Minister Mayawati has announced that all future land
transactions will be clinched directly between the farmers and the private
developers by adopting a “consensual approach.”

“The
role of the government now would be that of a facilitator only, limited to
issuing a notification under Section 4 of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894,” the
Chief Minister said while announcing the new Land Acquisition Policy of the
State on Thursday.

This
is the second such policy to be announced by the Mayawati regime in the last
nine months; the earlier policy was declared on September 3, 2010.

The
new policy will be implemented with prospective effect and will not apply to
the acquisition of land made under the earlier policy. The announcement of the
new policy followed a “kisan panchayat” addressed by the Chief Minister. The
panchayat was attended by farmers’ representatives from the Bharatiya Kisan
Union, including its general secretary Rakesh Tikait, and those from Tappal and
Bhatta and Parsaul.

Talks with farmers

Ms.
Mayawati said the new policy had been framed after elaborate discussions with
the farmers’ representatives. “The new policy will be implemented with
prospective effect, but any further suggestions made by the farmers will be
added by issuing separate GOs,” Ms. Mayawati told reporters. Describing the new
policy declared by her on Thursday,
Ms. Mayawati claimed it
would be better than the “proposed land acquisition policy of the UPA government.”

She said the land acquisition policy would be raised by
the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in the monsoon session of the Lok Sabha and if
the Centre’s policy was not announced the BSP would gherao Parliament.

The
State’s new Land Acquisition Policy has been divided into three parts. The
first part deals with the direct transfer of land from farmers to private
developers, with the State (district administration) playing the role of
facilitator. The policy states that the land acquisition package will be
prepared only after the terms and conditions have been approved by 70 per cent
of the farmers whose land is to be acquired for the project. If 70 per cent of
the farmers do not agree, the project proposal will be reconsidered.

The
farmers have been given the option of taking 16 per cent of the land developed
for the project along with annuity at the rate of Rs. 23,000 per acre for 33
years. The farmers can also opt for cash component in lieu of a portion of the
16 per cent developed land. The annuity rate has been increased from Rs. 20,000
to Rs. 23,000 per acre with an annual increase of Rs. 800 per acre. Farmers who
wish to forego annuity will be entitled to a rehabilitation grant at the rate
of Rs.2.76 lakh per acre. The rehabilitation grant in the September 2010 policy
was at the rate of Rs. 2.40 lakh per acre.

According
to the second part of the policy, those farmers whose agricultural land has
been acquired for building State highways and canals will be entitled to all
the benefits accruing under the Relief and Rehabilitation Policy, 2010 of the
State. Apart from the rehabilitation grant, 25 per cent shares of the developer
company will be allotted to the farmer and one member of each farmer’s family
will be given a job in the company
.

In
the third part of the policy where land has been acquired by the development
authorities under the master plan, the deal will be executed only abiding by
the terms of agreement through a consensual approach.

The
rural areas of the State will be assured of 14 hours of power supply from July
1. The district magistrates have been directed to conduct meetings with farmers
on the 22nd of every month to discuss their problems.

These
directives were issued by Ms. Mayawati at the conclusion of the ‘kisan
panchayat’ here.

The
Chief Minister also announced that the entire cost of damage to farmers’
property at Bhatta-Parsaul villages in Greater Noida in the wake of the
violence on May 7 would be borne by the State government.




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