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11113 FRIDAY LESSON 800-BSP supremo Mayawati wants rail fare hike axed
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11113 FRIDAY LESSON 800-BSP supremo Mayawati wants rail fare hike axed


BSP supremo Mayawati wants rail fare hike axedMayawati demands immediate roll back of rail fare hike (© Reuters)

Lucknow: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Thursday demanded a rollback of the hiked train fares.

Terming the rail fare hike as anti-people, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)
chief Mayawati demanded its immediate rollback.   “Hike in railway fares
was one of the many anti-common man policies of the government. We
demand immediate rollback of the government decision,” Mayawati said.


“After hiking the price of petrol, diesel and LPG the UPA government has
now raised the fare of railways making travel costlier for poor and
middle-class people as they will be the worst effected… Centre has
hiked the fare of all the classes which is not in interest of people and
BSP demands it to be withdrawn,” Mayawati said.


Alleging that the Centre has done “Congressikaran” of the Railways, she
said that earlier when the department was with the alliance partners of
the UPA it had escaped the wrong economic policies of the Congress.
   
“But by hiking the fares just month and a half before the budget , it
(Congress) has given yet another example of its arbitrariness,” she
said.

In the pre-budget measure, the government had announced an
across-the-board increase in rail passenger fares with effect from
January 21 to net an additional Rs 6,600 crore a year, the first such
increase in a decade.

Calling
the hike “anti-people”, Mayawati said it would be prudent for the
Congress-led government to cancel the new fares before they come into
effect on January 21 midnight.


On the brutal killing of two soldiers by Pakistani Army in Poonch sector
of Jammu and Kashmir, the BSP chief said that beside the Indian
government, Pakistan too needs to take the incident seriously so that
problems between the two nations does not escalate.
   
“I believe that there is a need to take concrete action after going into
the details of the incident in Poonch so that such cases do not recur”,
Mayawati said.
   
The BSP chief also said that the Centre should extend financial
assistance to the family of the soldiers and Ministry of Defence should
initiate steps to give jobs to their widows in keeping with their
capability.
   
On law and order situation in UP, she said that a memorandum was handed
over to Governor B L Joshi by her party but no action has been taken so
far.
   
On death caused by intense cold, she said that it was the result of the state government’s apathy.
   
“State government only makes announcements there is nothing on the ground”,she added.

The BSP’s 21 members in the Lok Sabha and 15
in the Rajya Sabha.


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Comments:

It is just Ms. Mayawati who is concerned about the welfare, happiness and peace of the people.

After hiking the price of petrol, diesel and LPG the UPA government has now raised the fare of railways making travel costlier for poor and middle-class people as they will be the worst effected… Centre has hiked the fare of all the classes which is not in interest of people.

Centre has done “Congressikaran” of the Railways,earlier when the department was with the alliance partners of the UPA it had escaped the wrong economic policies of the Congress.
  
By hiking the fares just month and a half before the budget, it (Congress) has given yet another example of its arbitrariness.

On the brutal killing of two soldiers by Pakistani Army in Poonch sector
of Jammu and Kashmir, the BSP chief said that beside the Indian
government, Pakistan too needs to take the incident seriously so that
problems between the two nations does not escalate.
   
“I believe that there is a need to take concrete action after going into
the details of the incident in Poonch so that such cases do not recur”,
Mayawati said.
   
The BSP chief also said that the Centre should extend financial
assistance to the family of the soldiers and Ministry of Defence should
initiate steps to give jobs to their widows in keeping with their
capability.
   
On law and order situation in UP, she said that a memorandum was handed
over to Governor B L Joshi by her party but no action has been taken so
far.
   
On death caused by intense cold, she said that it was the result of the state government’s apathy.
   
“State government only makes announcements there is nothing on the ground”,she added.

The BSP’s 21 members in the Lok Sabha and 15
in the Rajya Sabha.


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