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2153 Wed 01 Mar 2017 LESSON Mayawati attacks Modi Addressing a rally in Mau, BSP chief Mayawati slammed Modi and alleged that BJP wants to end reservation in government jobs. Why Mayawati is Likely to Return to Power in Uttar Pradesh - Sandeep Pandey Muslim voters have more faith in Mayawati than in the Samajwadi Party
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2153 Wed 01 Mar 2017 LESSON
Mayawati attacks Modi

Addressing a rally in Mau, BSP chief Mayawati slammed  Modi and alleged that BJP wants to end reservation in government jobs.

Why Mayawati is Likely to Return to Power in Uttar Pradesh
- Sandeep Pandey

Muslim voters have more faith in Mayawati than in the Samajwadi Party

Six months prior to the 2017 assembly elections, the battle for
power in Uttar Pradesh was seen as a fight between the Bahujan Samaj
Party (BSP) led by Mayawati and the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), which
is presently ruling at the centre. The BJP’s chances had dwindled
slightly after its state vice president Daya Shankar Singh made some
inappropriate comments against Mayawati. At that point, the Samajwadi
Party, the party currently in power, was widely perceived to be out of
race.
All of a sudden, a series of melodramatic incidents within the SP’s
ruling family catapulted Akhilesh Yadav from the status of ‘half CM’ to
full chief minister and leader of the party. Earlier, he was often
taunted to be subordinate to the SP’s big four: his father Mulayam Singh
Yadav, uncle Shivpal Yadav, uncle Ram Gopal Yadav and senior leader
Azam Khan. The impression formed that since Mulayam Singh was publicly
taking the side of his brother Shivpal, party cadres would remain loyal
to Shivpal if it came to choosing between him and Akhilesh.

However,
Akhilesh proved everybody wrong and now is the undisputed claimant to
the chief ministership on behalf of the Samajwadi Party, with Shivpal
and even Mulayam having been marginalised. The state witnessed a silent
coup by a serving ruler who has been able to unshackle himself now.
There is a perception in the society that this was a drama masterly
scripted and directed by Mulayam Singh to end all challenges to his son
from within and outside the party and free him of the burden of
anti-incumbency as well. There is no doubt that Akhilesh has emerged as a
mature leader improving upon his ‘please all’ but weak image prior to
the drama. The way in which the media gave the family controversy full
coverage helped him compete with the hi-tech campaign of his opponents,
especially the BJP.
Akhilesh Yadav started making public pronouncements even while the
controversy was on that he would be able to win over 300 seats if he
were to have an alliance with the Congress party, the fourth contender
for power in the state. It is unusual for a bigger party to seek an
alliance with a smaller party. Whether it was the strategist Prashant
Kishore working behind the scenes or the understanding that an alliance
would make it easier for Muslims to choose between the BSP and their
alliance, Akhilesh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi finally joined hands and
immediately found themselves well placed in the race for power.
The BJP now found itself relegated to third place in the calculus of
most analysts and the question everyone was debating was who would
finish first – the BSP or the SP-Congress alliance? It seems to me that
the Muslims, on whom Rahul and Akhilesh were counting, have belied the
hopes of the SP-Congress combine and chosen the BSP as their preferred
instrument to decisively defeat BJP. Thanks to the divisions within the
SP and the uncertainty over its poll strategy, many Muslims had already
made up their mind to support BSP by the time the SP formed its alliance
with the Congress. Mayawati has not spared any efforts to get Muslims
to her side by reassuring them that she will not enter into an alliance
with BJP at any cost and would rather sit in the opposition than help
them form the government. In the event of the BSP falling short of a
majority by some seats, then, it is quite likely that the Congress will
break its alliance with the SP and offer support to it. Rahul Gandhi has
already indicated that he respects Mayawati as the leader of Dalits.
The reason the BSP has an edge over the SP-Congress is the belief
Muslims have that the SP did not do anything to prevent the 2013
communal riots in Muzaffarnagar. About 50,000 people, mostly Muslims,
were displaced from their villages, many of whom have not been able to
return.
Akhilesh Yadav failed to prevent communal and criminal incidents, some
of them involving his ministers, and thus rule of law did not always
prevail in his regime. He was, however, forthcoming in disbursement of
compensation after these incidents occurred, earning him the mantle of
‘compensation chief minister’. He overdid the act and also gave awards
to people who were openly flouting important laws like the Right to Free
and Compulsory Education of Children. The owner of the largest
commercial chain of schools in Lucknow, City Montessori School, received
honours from the state despite refusing admission to children from
disadvantaged Valmiki community of sanitation workers on an official
order. After 13 children from this community were admitted by a court
order in 2015, the school refused to again admit 58 students in 2016.
On its part, the BJP is suffering from the impact of demonetisation. UP
is not like the home state of the prime minister. In Gujarat, people may
not have an option and tolerate any inconvenience. But people in UP
were irritated by the ban on Rs. 500 and 1000 notes because of the
inconvenience it caused them. Long queues and repeated visits to banks
has been a humiliating experience for many. Moreover, the purpose of the
exercise doesn’t seem to have been fulfilled.
Because of the listless performance of Akhilesh Yadav in Lucknow and
Narendra Modi at the centre, it appears that voters in Uttar Pradesh are
not averse to giving another chance to Mayawati. She did, after all,
deal firmly with law and order and communal situations with a heavy hand
in the past – something which goes in her favour at this point.
Sandeep Pandey is a Magsaysay Award-winning activist and scholar who
co-founded Asha for Education

https://youtu.be/HK84URuqhUU 

Mayawati attacks Modi

Addressing a rally in Mau, BSP chief Mayawati slammed  Modi and alleged
that BJP wants to end reservation in government jobs.

With what kind money Modi got his Rs 10 lakh suit, asks BSP leader
Naseemuddin Siddqui 

BJP and SP can’t end jungleraj in UP: Mayawati

Mayawati urges voters especially women to come out in large number to
vote for BSP
Practice of job recruitment will be made simpler if BSP comes to power.
Instead of laptops, we will give financial assistance to poor families:
Mayawati
I will form a commission to solve problems of traders if BSP is voted to
power: Mayawati 

BJP will face worst defeat than Bihar: Mayawati

BJP and SP will soon face bad days: Mayawati

Make Mukhtar Ansari win by record votes, urges Mayawati
People of UP should beware of BJP and other parties: Mayawati 

Feb 28, 2017
BJP gives step-motherly treatment to Muslims: Mayawati 

Feb 28, 2017
BSP favours reservation to upper castes and minorities

BJP wants to end reservation in government jobs: Mayawati 

Post demonetisation, BJP has not made public list of those people who
were involved in corruption and had black money: Mayawati

BJP has no right to speak on corruption and it is working on the agenda
of RSS: Mayawati

The demonetisation was done without any preparation: Mayawati 
Central government decision to demonetise notes was taken keeping in
view political interest: Mayawati

BJP has become Bharatiya Jumla Party: Mayawati

Mayawati addresses rally in Mau, says people are brought to PM Modi’s
rally by giving them food and money 


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02/27/17
2152 Tue 28 Feb 2017 LESSON Mayawati dared Samajwadi Party and said “post election, the Samajwadi Party would be on ventilator, and uncle Shivpal will fulfil the formalities, if needed” Launching a sharp attack on the BJP in her rally in Ballia, the BSP chief said, “If the BJP comes to power in UP, they will impose the RSS agenda and end reservation… I have got this information from reliable sources”. Modi worked towards the commissioning of RSSised anti-reservation leader statue, shivaji, Shiva at a cost of Rs 3000 crores each while unable to fund Rs 1600 crores to replace the entire EVMs as it is beneficial to him gobble the Master Key while SP is working towards pushing a punctured cycle voters singing Jai Jai shiva shankar SP cycle puncture.
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2152 Tue 28 Feb 2017 LESSON

All the 80 democracies in general and ours in particular will be happy
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3FeaMu_1EQyYmw1c2hYVzhMbEE/view

if
the ex CJI Sathasivam who committed a grave error of judgement by
ordering that the EVMs to be replaced in a phased manner on the advise
of ex CEC Sampath because of the cost of Rs 1600 crores involved in
replacing the entire EVMs  are punished for murdering democracy.

The
CJI must order for dissolving the Central and state governments
selected by these EVMs and go for fresh polls with Ballot Papers until
the entire EVMs are replaced in 2019 as said by the CEC.

Murderer of democratic institutions should not be allowed to campaign any polls.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/…/articles…/56632788.cms

http://zeenews.india.com/…/2019-general-elections-to-have-p…
The present CEC said that entire EVMs will only be replaced in 2019.
But he did not say that paper ballots followed in 80 democracies of the
world will be used in all the elections till the entire EVMs were
replaced.

http://indianexpress.com/…/up-panchayat-polls-bsp-back-to-…/
Ms Mayawati’s BSP won majority of UP Panchayat elections because of the
paper ballots while it last in Lok Sabha elections because of the fraud
EVMs.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vjl3DrhoWa8&t=7s

RSS men are not prevented from campaigning to BJP though it is a top terrorist organisation:

http://www.assam123.com/america-enlisted-rss-one-biggest-t…/

BJP (Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths) remotely controlled by just 1%
intolerant, militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded
chitpawan brahmin psychopaths of RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks ) for their
stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hindutva cult rashtra are themselves
the top terrorists of the world.

America enlisted RSS in one of the Biggest Terrorist Organisation in the World

A US-based risk management and consulting company has put the Rashtriya
Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in its category of ‘Threat Group’ and called it
“a shadowy, discriminatory group that seeks to establish a hndutva cult
rashtra.”

Terrorism Watch & Warning provides intelligence,
research, analysis, watch and warning on international terrorism and
domestic terrorism related issues; and is operated by OODA Group LLC
that helps clients identify, manage, and respond to global risks and
uncertainties while exploring emerging opportunities and developing
robust and adaptive strategies for the future.

The RSS was
banned in 1948 following the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi by an
chitpawan brahmin as the owners of RSS member, Nathuram Godse.

Violence as ‘Group Activities’ for the RSS, “Violence has been a
strategy for the Sangh movement against minority groups. Stealth shadowy
discriminatory hindutva cult has been clear about the need for
violence, particularly communal riots. The Sangh has incited rioting to
cause further chasms between religions, and thus a further separation of
religions, and to rally the Hindu community around the philosophy of
hindutva cult.”

The Terrorism Watch & Warning database
contains over 1,00,000 Open source intelligence (OSINT) excerpts from
1999 to present on terrorism and security related issues, attack
database of over 10,000 attacks, original terrorism analysis, terrorism
document repository, Homeland Security Fact Sheets and profiles over 500
Terrorist/Threat Groups.

http://www.abplive.in/…/uttar-pradesh-elections-bjps-legal-…

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/…/articlesh…/49943534.cms

KOLKATA: Claiming that the activists of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
(RSS) have been indicted in at least 13 terror cases across India,
former Maharashtra inspector general of police S M Mushrif on Thursday
described the BJP’s ideological mentor as India’s number one terrorist
organisation.

“RSS activists have been chargesheeted in at least
13 cases of terror acts in which RDX has been used. If organisations
like Bajrang Dal are taken into the account, then the number of such
cases goes up to 17,” Mushrif said at an event in Kolkata.

“The
RSS is India’s number one terrorist organisation, there is no doubt on
this,” said Mushrif, referring to the 2007 Mecca Masjid bombing in
Hyderabad, the 2006 and 2008 Malegaon blasts in Maharashtra and the 2007
Samjhauta Express bombings among others.

During elections they
attempt to provoke violence by raking up issues such as Triple Talaq,
Removal of reservation, RSSIse Ram Temple, RSSised anti-reservationist
Sardar patel statue and RSSised Shivaji statue costing Rs 3000 crores
each.But not for replacing the entire EVMs which costs Rs 1600 crores
according to ex CEC Sampath because of which the ex CJI had committed a
grave error of judgement by ordering that the EVMs should be replaced in
a phased manner. Only 8 out of 543 lok Sabha 2014 were replaced. This
helped Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) to gobble the Master
Key. Henve without any fear he is indulging in issues like the
DEMONItisation anti reservation etc.,
The present CEC says taht
only in 2019 the entire EVMs will be replaced. Till such time he never
ordered for Ballot Papers to be used which helped BSP of Ms Mayawati ti
win majority seats in UP Panchayat elections.

It is the duty of
all people for democracy, liberty, freedom, equality and fraternity as
enshrined in our Modern Constitution including the present CJI to
dissolve all Central and State governments selected by these fraud EVMs
and go for fresh elections with Ballot Papers till entire EVMs were
replaced.

And to initiate legal action on BJP and RSS for their terrorist activities.And also ban these outfits.

Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) is least bothered about his DEMONetisation as he is distorting the EVM.

खबरदार चुनाव जीतने के लिए भाजपा EVM से छेड़छाड़ कर सकती है | BJP may distort EMV to win election
youtube.com


Since Modi’s wishes are fraud EVMs he is riding on them.

Ms
Mayawati’s BSP has already got 80% of the seats in recently held UP
Panchayat elections. Now with the Law and order situation which did not
even spare Dimple the wife of CM rally who said that she will complain
to him and DEMONetisation of Modi, BSP will win all the seats.

See Truth as Truth and Untruth as Untruth.
Modi says Aklesh as naqal
Akelesh asks whom did Modi  copy when he wore a costly suit.
Ms Mayawati said that she would sit in the opposition seat rather than allying with the BJP.

Manyawar
Kashiram said: All along I was walking in the Techno-Politico-Socio
Transformantion and Economic Emancipation Movement path. On my path a
donkey crossed and asked me to sit on its back. I also started riding on
its back. Then the donkey started jumping here and there so I got
down”. This was when scribes asked why he joined hands with RSS BJP. The
whole world knows. But SP is trying to wade away Muslims fro the whole
hearted and the whelming support they are rendering to BSP. he will not
succeed.
Voters know that the on going donkey fight of Jathi Familywadi parites intitaiated  from Kanshiram ji.

  • Mayawati dared Samajwadi Party and
    said “post election, the Samajwadi Party would be on ventilator, and
    uncle Shivpal will fulfil the formalities, if needed”
  • Launching
    a sharp attack on the BJP in her rally in Ballia, the BSP chief said,
    “If the BJP comes to power in UP, they will impose the RSS agenda and
    end reservation… I have got this information from reliable sources”.
  • Modi
    worked towards the commissioning of RSSised
    anti-reservation leader statue, shivaji, Shiva at a cost of Rs 3000
    crores each while unable to fund Rs 1600 crores to replace the entire
    EVMs as it is beneficial to him gobble the Master Key while SP is
    working towards pushing a punctured cycle voters singing Jai Jai shiva
    shankar SP cycle puncture.

    Modi
    is  for his shamshaan-kabristan and all he had in his heart was
    discrimination, be it on caste-religion, on Diwali-Ramzan, on
    Shamshaan-Kabristan. He himself is like Shiva whose burst he unveiled as
    he is the security guard and watch and ward of crematarioums and
    burrial grounds after converting the entire country as such after
    a cylinder has shot up from Rs 400 to Rs 700 and leaving the country in distress due to DEMONetisation and not provided 24-hour power supply to Kashi or did not give more electricity on Diwali or Ramzan.


    When
    the BJP, SP, Congress all Jathi Familywadi Parties vultures of a
    feather flock together feeding on the bodies of the Sarvajan Samaj and
    who are the chips of the Rakshasa Swayam Sevak (RSS) block a majority of
    people in their  rallies dance and create ruckus as shouted that they
    were creating law and order problems and would complain to the CM. BJP
    Katiya said that Smriti Irani was more beautiful than Priyanka Gandhi
    and people rush to just see her  while the congress said the vice versa
    as they were conducting beauty contest and fasion shows to attract
    voters. The RSS governor of Megalya had converted the Raj Bhavan into a
    Young womens club.



    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/…/articles…/57373398.cms

    Issue of division of Uttar Pradesh back in focus


    “If BSP forms government, it will not sit idle…it will divide UP into
    four smaller states, including Purvanchal, as proposed by the previous
    BSP government,” Mayawati had said at an election meeting in Gorakhpur.


    Gorakhpur is the hub of eastern UP or Purvanchal, the area which is
    considered to have lagged behind in development. Polling will take place
    in this area in the sixth and penultimate phase on March 4.


    Mayawati had passed a resolution in the UP Assembly towards the fag end
    of her government in 2011 to carve out Harit Pradesh (western UP),
    Poorvanchal (eastern UP), Bundelkhand and Awadh.

    “Your
    under-developed district can’t be developed till the creation of a
    separate state. Efforts in this direction will be stepped up if the BSP
    comes to power. This election, you need to punish the Congress, BJP and
    SP, which have been opposing creation of Purvanchal,” Mayawati had said
    on Sunday.

    It was the BSP which had taken a concrete step in this direction by passing a resolution for division of UP.


    Mayawati, who has been a strong supporter of the issue, had also used
    it to corner the Samajwadi Party on development and law and order
    issues, maintaining that smaller states could be governed better.

    She had first raised the issue way back in 2007.


    Sarva samaj icon Dr BR Ambedkar, the architect of the Constitution, by
    whose name Mayawati swears, had recommended division of Uttar Pradesh
    in his book “Bhashayi Rajya”.

    Both BJP and Congress had supported
    the resolution brought by Mayawati in the House. But, as Mayawati lost
    power in 2012 since both Congress and BJP distorted EVM to win
    elections, her demand lost steam and the issue surprisingly finds no
    mention in manifestos of other parties or in speeches made by their
    leaders this time.


    Gorakhpur is the hub of eastern UP or Purvanchal, the area which is considered to have lagged behind in development.
    economictimes.indiatimes.com


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    FEBRUARY 2017 Last Updated at 11:59 NATIONALOPINION

    Mayawati Untouchable For Media, Not For The Voters

    The truth about Mayawati’s media blackout is far more inconvenient and
    lies in the social and caste biases inherent in the structure of media.

    Mayawati Untouchable For Media, Not For The Voters

    Votes have been cast for more than half of the Assembly constituencies
    in Uttar Pradesh. The million-dollar question that now stares in the
    faces of political pundits is that who will form the UP government.
    Scanning newspapers and news channels to unravel the mystery will give
    you an answer that highly favours the saffron tide. The media pundits
    have been harping on the failure of Samajwadi Party-Congress (SP-INC)
    alliance, making Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) appear as the clear
    winner.

    If our great TV anchors were to be believed, then BJP has either already
    won the elections or is just on the verge of emerging victorious while
    Akhilesh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi are conspiring to dethrone Prime
    Minister Narendra Modi. This trend is more dominant in the Hindi and
    vernacular media, which clearly have a saffron-tint in their reporting.
    The spin-doctors are not even ready to acknowledge the fact that
    Akhilesh Yadav has been chief minister for past five years, and it is
    actually Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, who are trying to topple Yadav
    from state’s top post. (Though, this is a perfectly justified poll
    tactic and a legitimate democratic process.)
    Narendra Modi has been playing a vital role in the UP elections, but the
    onus of a BJP win does not lie with Modi. In case BJP loses, Modi will
    not be touched, the media spin-doctors would conveniently place the
    blame on Amit Shah alone.
    The battle being portrayed is that of BJP versus SP-INC alliance. What
    the media is blatantly and deliberately negating is the strong position
    that the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) may have in the polls.

    The media seems to have taken Modi’s joke about BSP suffering the most
    due to demonetization, a bit too seriously. Since BSP had the biggest
    coffers of black money after note-bandi, the BSP has no money to pay off
    newspapers and television channels. Thus, the media has nothing to gain
    by showing behenji in good light. But money is not the lone factor
    responsible for Mayawati’s media blackout; the truth is far more
    inconvenient and lies in the social and caste biases inherent in the
    structure of media.
    So deeply ingrained are these biases that they fail to acknowledge
    statistics, hard hitting facts and numbers. Sample this: Mayawati has
    been successfully elected as the UP CM for as many as four times. Before
    Akhilesh Yadav, she was the only CM in UP to have successfully
    completed a five-year tenure. Behenji has a formidable mass base, which
    helped her garner 25.91 percent votes in the 2012 UP Assembly elections
    and 19.6 percent in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. When she became the
    chief minister in 2007 by polling over 30 percent votes, her rival
    Samajwadi Party got 25.43 percent, which brought 97 Assembly seats to
    the party, making it the second largest party in the house.

    So where was BJP all this while? In 2002, BJP got 16.5 percent of votes,
    in 2007 it got 15 percent of votes; and in 2012, it got 16 percent of
    votes. Thus, what can be the reason for projecting a party that has been
    merely oscillating between 15 and 16 percent in the past 15 years,
    while its contenders have always scored over 20?
    Another question that arises: Is Akhilesh Yadav being given so much
    importance (after BJP) because his party has entered into alliance with
    the Congress?
    The answers to these questions are more complicated than what it
    appears. Let’s talk first about the importance being given to Akhilesh
    Yadav. It will be quite correct to say that Akhilesh does not have any
    charge of corruption against him in his tenure of past five years as
    Chief Minister. It may also be more or less right to say that he has
    turned out to be perfect on the yardstick of ‘development’ that all the
    political parties swear by nowadays. A mere digging or building can be
    termed as development now. Holistic and sustainable development is now
    confined to textbooks.
    Of all these factors, what stands out is how Akhilesh emerged victorious
    in the Yadav family feud in the last phase of his rule in UP. This
    indicates that the tasks he could not accomplish during his term,
    because of family pressure, may well be taken forward once he wins.

    Ignoring Mayawati so blatantly points to a well thought-out strategy by
    the media and intellectual class. Among the leaders espousing the cause
    of the underprivileged, Dalits and backward sections of the society in
    North Indian politics, Mayawati’s is the lone voice. Lalu Yadav too was a
    prominent voice, but after being convicted, his role in politics has
    been restricted.
    Meanwhile, other political leaders, like Mulayam Singh Yadav, who were
    born out of the social justice movement, have compromised their style of
    politics to lure their vote banks.
    But Mayawati has been consistent with her brand of politics. She derives
    strength from the voices of the Dalits. While her stand on communalism
    has not been very clear. Thrice, in her four times as the chief
    minister, Mayawati has formed the government with the support of BJP.
    Yet she never gave BJP a chance to vitiate communal harmony in the state
    –which has primarily been the saffron party’s agenda. She instead, used
    the support in her favour to strengthen her vote bank and then very
    opportunistically washed her hands off BJP.
    Another fact that cannot be ignored is when RSS spokesman Manmohan
    Vaidya pitched in for abolishing job reservations, she was the lone
    leader, along with Lalu Yadav to oppose it. No one else, including
    Akhilesh dared to speak up. And why would they? Staying silent on the
    issue would probably get them the upper-caste votes, so why take the
    risk?

    Mulayam Singh Yadav –who boasted about being the son of the soil and
    champion of secularism and social justice –has been sidelined by his
    son. At the same time Akhilesh and Nitish Kumar too, are a league apart
    from Mayawati’s brand of politics. They do not have a legacy behind them
    and they find themselves twiddling their thumbs while dealing with
    communalism. Though they belong to a backward caste, their appearance
    and style appeal more to the upper middle class. They miss out terribly
    on social justice scale. Thus, upper-caste dominated media does not have
    the kind of hatred against Akhilesh and Nitish that it shows against
    Mayawati and Lalu. And quite understandably, this is precisely why
    Mayawati is being sidelined by the media, despite being one of the most
    formidable contenders in UP.
    (Writer is Delhi based journalist. Views are personal)


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    Why are you still making noises against the reservation. Read this.
    A study team of brahmins worked for 2 months,
    the status of Brahmins in all States all prepar ed a brief note on the study.
    The Brahmins should know their position and power in the Country:
    Brahmin population, State wise:
    1. Jammu & Kashmir - 2 lakhs and 4 lakhs left the State.
    2. Punjab - 9 lakhs
    3. Haryana -14 lakhs
    4. Rajasthan - 78 lakhs
    5. Gujarat - 60 lakhs
    6. Maharashtra - 45 lakhs
    7. Goa - 5 lakhs
    8. Karnataka - 45 lakhs
    9. Kerala -12 lakhs
    10. Tamil Nadu -30 lakhs
    11. Andhra Pradesh -24 lakhs
    12. Chattisgarh - 24 lakhs
    13. Odisha -37 lakhs
    14. Jarkhand - 12 lakhs
    15. Bihar - 98 lakhs
    16. West Bengal - 18 lakhs
    17. Madhya Pradsh - 42 lakhs
    18. Uttar Pradesh - 2 crores
    19. Uttarkhand - 20 lakhs
    20. H.P. - 45 lakhs
    21. Sikkim - 1 lakh
    22. Assam - 10 lakhs
    23. Mizoram - 1.5 lakhs
    24. Arunahal Pradesh - 1 lac
    25. Nagaland - 2 lakhs
    26. Manipur - 7 lakhs
    27. Meghalaya - 9 lakhs
    28. Tripura - 2 lakhs
    Of this -
    Maximum Brahmin populated State is U.P.
    Minimum Brahmin populated State is Sikkim.
    Maximum Govt employed Brahmins is in West Bengal.
    Maximum per centage Brahmin population is Uttarkhand with 20% population .
    Maximum literate Brahmins are in Kerala and Himachal Prdesh
    Maximu number of well positioned Brahmins are in Assam.
    Maximum number of C.Ms. produced State is Rajasthan.
    Maximum number of Educated Brahmins are n U.P.
    In Lokh Sabha the Brahmins are 48%,
    In Rajyasabha 36%.
    In India of the total Governors Brahmins are 50%
    Brahmin Cabnet Secretaries 33%
    Brahmins in Ministries secretariat is 54%
    Additional secretaries 62%
    Personal secretaries 70%
    University Vice-chancellors 51%
    Supreme Court judges 56%
    High Court Judges 40%
    Indian Ambassadors 41%
    In Public Sector undertakings Brahmins:
    Central Govt. Undertakings : 57%
    State Govt undertakings : 82%
    Bank employees 57%
    Airlines 61%
    IAS Officers 72%
    IPS Officers 61%
    TV artsts and Bollywood 83%
    CBI/Customs employed 72%
    Whatapp group is managed by 59% Brahmins
    FB is managed by 50% Brahmins
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    02/26/17
    2151 Mon 27 Feb 2017 LESSON Never vote for BJP, SP, Congress which are Jathi Familywadi Party vultures of a feather flock together feeding on the bodies of Sarvajan Samaj as they distort the EVM to win elections. They are chips of the same 1% intolerant, militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded, terrorist cannibals chitpawan brahmin Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks (RSS) Psychopath block. People will see that all seats are won by BSP which got 80% seats in the UP panchayat Elections and now with DEMONetisation and Law and Order situation it will be repeated.
    Filed under: General
    Posted by: @ 9:07 pm
    2151 Mon 27 Feb 2017

    LESSON



    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/…/uttar-pradesh-…/1/891651.html


    Only 20 constituencies in UP elections are replaced by VVPAT. So BJP
    will distort EVM to win elections . EC must first tell the voters how it
    is going to stop this.

    The CEC said that only in 2019 entire EVMs will be replaced.


    Ms Mayawati’s BSP won 80 % seats in UP Panchayat elections conducted
    with Ballot papers while it lost all the seats in 2014 Lok Sabha
    elections conducted with these EVMs.

    I was because the ex CJI
    Sathasivam had committed a grave error of judgement by ordering that the
    EVMs to be replaced in a phased manner as suggested by the ex CEC
    Sampath because of the cost of Rs 1600 crores involved in the entire
    replacement of EVMs. Only 8 out of the 543 Lok sabha seats were replaced
    helping the Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) to gobble the
    Master Key while he had commissioned a statue of a anti-reservation
    leader at a cost of Rs 3000 crores and RSSised Shivaji statue at a same
    cost.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vjl3DrhoWa8&t=7s
    खबरदार चुनाव जीतने के लिए भाजपा EVM से छेड़छाड़ कर सकती है | BJP may distort EMV to win election
    now with just 20 constituencies out of 403 constituencies the EVMs have been replaced with VVPAT
    Hence Modi, Venkaya Naidu and Amit Shaw say they are confident of winning as it happened in 2014 Lok sabha elections.

    http://history.edri.org/edri-g…/number7.5/no-evoting-germany

    Digital Civil Rights in Europe

    No e-voting in Germany

    Electronic voting

    This article is also available in:
    Deutsch: Keine E-Wahlen in Deutschland

    Macedonian: Нема е-гласање во Германија

    The German Federal Constitutional Court decided on 3 March 2009 that
    electronic voting used for the last 10 years, including for the 2005 general
    elections, was unconstitutional and therefore not to be used for the next
    elections in September 2009.

    The court ruled that the use of the electronic machines contradicts the
    public nature of elections and the equipment used in 2005 had some
    shortcomings. However, as there has been no evidence of errors in the
    past, the results of the previous elections remain valid.

    The use of e-voting was challenged by political scientist Joachim Wiesner
    and his son, physicist Ulrich Wiesner who complained that the system was not
    transparent because the voter could not check what actually happened to his
    vote, being actually asked to blindly trust the technology. The voting
    machines which are manufactured by the Dutch firm Nedap, do not print out
    receipts. In the plaintiffs’ opinion, the results could be manipulated.

    A petition signed by over 45 000 people in 2005, trying to ban e-voting, had
    been rejected by the German Government. Now, the court ruled that the
    Federal Voting Machines Ordinance having introduced e-voting was
    unconstitutional because it did not “ensure that only such voting machines
    are permitted and used which meet the constitutional requirements of the
    principle of the public nature of elections.”

    Also the court considered that, differently from the traditional voting
    system where manipulations and frauds are much more difficult involving a
    high degree of effort and a high risk of detection, “programming errors in
    the software or deliberate electoral fraud committed by manipulating the
    software of electronic voting machines can be recognised only with
    difficulty.” Also, in the court’s opinion, the electors should be able to
    verify how their vote is recorded without having to possess detailed
    computer knowledge. “If the election result is determined through
    computer-controlled processing of the votes stored in an electronic memory,
    it is not sufficient if merely the result of the calculation process carried
    out in the voting machine can be taken note of by means of a summarising
    printout or an electronic display.”

    A campaign against electronic voting has been initiated by EDRi member Chaos
    Computer Club together with the Dutch foundation Wij vertrouwen
    stemcomputers niet (We don’t trust voting computers) because of the risk of
    electronic errors and the potential for abuse.

    After a group of hackers had succeeded in tampering with similar machines in
    the Netherlands in 2006, the Dutch Government imposed a moratorium on the
    use of electronic voting machines and Ireland also has banned electronic
    voting.

    German Court Rules E-Voting Unconstitutional (3.03.2009)

    http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,4069101,00.html

    Federal Constitutional Court - Press release on Use of voting computers in
    2005 Bundestag election unconstitutional (3.03.2009)

    http://www.bundesverfassungsgericht.de/…/p…/bvg09-019en.html

    Voting machines unconstitutional in Germany (3.03.2009)

    http://able2know.org/topic/129942-1

    EDRi-gram: Electronic voting machines eliminated in the Netherlands
    (24.10.2007)

    http://www.edri.org/…/number5…/e-voting-machines-netherlands

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    The CEC and CJI must dissolve the Central and stat governments selected
    by these fraud EVMs and go for fresh elections with Ballot papers as
    followerd by 80 democracies of the world until the entire EVMs were
    replaced in 2019. And punish all involved in retaining these EVMs to
    save democracy, liberty, equality and fraternity as enshrined in our
    Modern Constitution of the Chief Architect Dr BR Ambedkar by
    derecognising all the beneficiaries of these EVMs.

    Otherwise
    statements construing as mixing of religion and caste with their
    election campaigns aggravating the differences between political parties
    and classes of citizens on the grounds of religion, caste, creed,
    community and language and such statements being made from a place which
    is not in the state where MCC is in force and in today’s electronic
    age a statement made in any corner of the country gets circulated
    through various forms of media which undoubtedly has a pernicious effect
    of influencing the minds of voters of the poll-bound state, disturbs
    the level-playing field and “often adversely affect (s) the peace,
    tranquillity and harmony of poll-bound states though Supreme Court’s
    recent observation on mixing religion and caste with election campaign
    in continuing and will continue.

    On February 19, Modi, while
    addressing a rally in Fatehpur, said: “If land is given for kabristan
    (cemetary), it should be given for shamshaan (cremation ground) too”.
    The Prime Minister accused the Akhilesh Yadav government of indulging in
    discrimination.

    While he commissioned RSSised shiva burst who is
    the watch and ward of cremation ground and cemetary, he himself has
    become shiva after he turned the whole country as cemetary and cremation
    ground.


    Taking
    a note of the religious overtones in the speeches made by several
    leading politicians in the run up to the intensely-fought Uttar Pradesh
    Assembly election,…
    indiatoday.intoday.in


    http://indianexpress.com/…/uttar-pradesh-elections-2017-pu…/

    Uttar Pradesh Elections 2017: Public disenchanted with BJP, says Mayawati

    She accused the BJP of contesting the elections without any CM face.


    BSP chief Mayawati Sunday accused Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah of
    “dreaming of destroying UP”, saying the public is disenchanted due to
    “wrong policies” of the Centre and the SP government in Uttar Pradesh.
    “Following the wrong policies of the Centre and state government, there
    is resentment and anger among 22 crore people of UP,” she said at an
    election meeting in Ballia.

    “Both Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah
    are dreaming of destroying UP,” she said and urged the Muslim voters of
    the state to cast a decisive mandate in favour of the BSP. “If you vote
    for SP, then it will directly benefit the BJP. The SC/ST vote base of
    Sarvajan Samaj including OBCs/Poor Upper castes BSP is intact, and when
    the Muslim votes get combined with the Sarvajan Samaj votes, BJP will
    face a tough time,” Mayawati said.

    She accused the BJP of
    contesting the elections without any CM face. “On the other hand, the
    SP’s CM face is facing problems of poor law and order and spurt in
    crime. As a result of which, the SP CM’s face has become tainted,” she
    said. The BSP chief also took a jibe at SP patron Mulayam Singh Yadav,
    and said, “He seems to have been affected by Putra-Moh (blind love for
    son), and has even insulted his brother Shivpal”.

    She said, “The
    RSS and BJP want to end the reservation system in the country. If the
    BJP forms the government in the state, it will either end quota system
    or make it ineffective”.


    She accused the BJP of contesting the elections without any CM face.
    indianexpress.com

    Never
    vote for BJP, SP, Congress which are Jathi Familywadi Party vultures of
    a feather flock together feeding on the bodies of Sarvajan Samaj as
    they distort the EVM to win elections. They are chips of the same 1%
    intolerant, militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded,
    terrorist cannibals chitpawan brahmin Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks (RSS)
    Psychopath block.

    People will see that all seats are won by BSP
    which got 80% seats in the UP panchayat Elections and now with
    DEMONetisation and Law and Order situation it will be repeated.

    Chor Guru Chandal Shisya !

    Modi, Shah ‘dreaming of harming’ Uttar Pradesh: Mayawati

    Hitting
    back at Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah, BSP supremo Mayawati today termed
    them as “guru-chela” who, she claimed, are “dreaming of harming” Uttar
    Pradesh.

    “Guru and chela have together harmed the country…
    ‘guru’ means Modi and ‘chela’ means Shah… now, they together are
    dreaming of harming the state,” she alleged at an election rally here.

    There
    is no other Kasab (meaning terrorist) bigger than the BJP president…
    Gujarat is an example before you to see and ensure that this Kasab does
    not come (to power) here.

    She said, “Muslims need to vote en
    masse for the BSP, whose SC/ST/OBC/poor UCs vote is intact and is ready
    to defeat the BJP… if Muslims vote for the BSP, the BJP will get a
    setback and it will not be able to come to power in the state.

    Alleging
    that minorities, especially Muslims, are being given “step-motherly
    treatment” she cautioned Muslims against voting for the SP, saying it
    would “directly benefit the BJP”.

    She also alleged that BJP will “end reservation by following the RSS agenda” or will make it ineffective.

    On
    BJP’s promise that the party would bring prosperity on coming to power
    in the state, Mayawati said, “After playing petty politics of
    graveyard-cremation ground, Kasab, slaughter houses and donkeys of
    Gujarat they are now promising ‘doodh aur ghee ki nadi’.”

    “They can make any promise they want like the ones made during the Lok Sabha polls, but people will not fall for it,” she said.

    Modi
    had said that he will bring back all the black money from Swiss bank
    and deposit Rs 15 lakhs every citizens bank accounts. So far he has not
    depositted it.

    Because of the wrong policies of the BJP-and the
    SP government in Uttar Pradesh, 22 crore people of the state are angry
    and frustrated, Mayawati claimed.

    On the SP-Congress alliance,
    the BSP chief said, “The Samajwadi Party is considered symbolic to
    crime, corruption and ‘jungle raj’. People have to decide whether they
    will vote for the tainted face of SP-Congress or the clean one of BSP
    which has shown how the rule of law is imposed.”

    comments (0)
    02/25/17
    2150 Sun 26 Feb 2017 LESSON GNU’s Not Unix If wishes were EVMs then BJP would ride on them Ms Mayawati’s BSP has already got 80% votes in the last Panchayat elections of Uttar Pradesh conducted with Ballot Papers. Now with Modi’s notorious DEMONetisation BSP will win all the seats. http://history.edri.org/edri-gram/number7.5/no-evoting-germany Digital Civil Rights in Europe No e-voting in Germany- Pinky pinky ponkey Rahul, Modi, SP had a donkey going in search of votes in EVM to win as the donkey ate the Ballot paper ! Hamara Kabhoothar Hamara paas kutrun kutun kartha hai! Navaneetham Chandrasekharan 11 mins ago Because of the BJP, Congress, SP and all their allies which are vultures of a feather flock together on the bodies of Sarvajan Samaj have left the country in Rahu kaalam ever since this country got independence.
    Filed under: General
    Posted by: @ 10:09 am

    2150 Sun 26 Feb 2017

    LESSON

    GNU's Not Unix




    If wishes were EVMs then BJP would ride on them
    Ms Mayawati’s BSP has already got 80% votes in the last Panchayat elections of Uttar Pradesh conducted with Ballot Papers. Now
    with Modi’s notorious DEMONetisation BSP will win all the seats.

    Pinky pinky ponkey Rahul, Modi, SP had a donkey going in search of votes in EVM to win as the donkey ate the Ballot paper !

    Hamara Kabhoothar Hamara paas kutrun kutun kartha hai!


    Because
    of the BJP, Congress, SP and all their allies which are vultures of a
    feather flock together on the bodies of Sarvajan Samaj have left the
    country in Rahu kaalam ever since this country got independence.

    The Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths
    (BJP)’s business is to create hatred with their agenda of caste and 
    communalism.Sp by creating law and order situation. Modi is
    commissioning anti-reservation leaders statues at the cost of Rs 3000
    crores nad RSSised Shivaj and Shiva at the same cost. He does not allot
    Rs 1600 crores for replacing the entire EVMs as BJP uses them to win
    elections by distorting them. Throughout the country in all the
    districts crematariums and burrial grounds are not commissioned.
    electricity is not provided for Buddha Jayanti and all other religious
    festivals.

    Insulting women of this motherland BJP, Congress, SP
    Jathi Familywadi parties have now created law and order problems in this
    election. Instead of asking votes on development for the people in the
    Centre and state, the BJP Katiar says Smirity Irany is beautiful than
    Priyanka Gandhi. Very appearance of her brings rush to the rallies.
    Congress claims Priyanka is more beautiful than Irani. For the sake of
    votes beatuy contest and fashion shows are being conducted.

    The
    RSS Governor converted Raj Bhavan in Megalaya as Young Womens club
    conducting catwalks. Dimple says that her party workers are misbehaving
    and she will complain to the CM and Irani has acted in many hindi
    serials.


    Use and throw curry leaves of
    Rakshasa Swayam Devaks (RSS) Chor Guru Chandal Shisya Murderer of
    democratic institutions (Modi) and shahji !


    http://history.edri.org/edri-gram/number7.5/no-evoting-germany

    Digital Civil Rights in Europe

    No e-voting in Germany






    This article is also available in:
    Deutsch: Keine E-Wahlen in Deutschland



    Macedonian: Нема е-гласање во Германија



    The German Federal Constitutional Court decided on 3 March 2009 that
    electronic voting used for the last 10 years, including for the 2005 general
    elections, was unconstitutional and therefore not to be used for the next
    elections in September 2009.



    The court ruled that the use of the electronic machines contradicts the
    public nature of elections and the equipment used in 2005 had some
    shortcomings. However, as there has been no evidence of errors in the
    past, the results of the previous elections remain valid.



    The use of e-voting was challenged by political scientist Joachim Wiesner
    and his son, physicist Ulrich Wiesner who complained that the system was not
    transparent because the voter could not check what actually happened to his
    vote, being actually asked to blindly trust the technology. The voting
    machines which are manufactured by the Dutch firm Nedap, do not print out
    receipts. In the plaintiffs’ opinion, the results could be manipulated.



    A petition signed by over 45 000 people in 2005, trying to ban e-voting, had
    been rejected by the German Government. Now, the court ruled that the
    Federal Voting Machines Ordinance having introduced e-voting was
    unconstitutional because it did not “ensure that only such voting machines
    are permitted and used which meet the constitutional requirements of the
    principle of the public nature of elections.”



    Also the court considered that, differently from the traditional voting
    system where manipulations and frauds are much more difficult involving a
    high degree of effort and a high risk of detection, “programming errors in
    the software or deliberate electoral fraud committed by manipulating the
    software of electronic voting machines can be recognised only with
    difficulty.” Also, in the court’s opinion, the electors should be able to
    verify how their vote is recorded without having to possess detailed
    computer knowledge. “If the election result is determined through
    computer-controlled processing of the votes stored in an electronic memory,
    it is not sufficient if merely the result of the calculation process carried
    out in the voting machine can be taken note of by means of a summarising
    printout or an electronic display.”



    A campaign against electronic voting has been initiated by EDRi member Chaos
    Computer Club together with the Dutch foundation Wij vertrouwen
    stemcomputers niet (We don’t trust voting computers) because of the risk of
    electronic errors and the potential for abuse.



    After a group of hackers had succeeded in tampering with similar machines in
    the Netherlands in 2006, the Dutch Government imposed a moratorium on the
    use of electronic voting machines and Ireland also has banned electronic
    voting.



    German Court Rules E-Voting Unconstitutional (3.03.2009)

    http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,4069101,00.html



    Federal Constitutional Court - Press release on Use of voting computers in
    2005 Bundestag election unconstitutional (3.03.2009)

    http://www.bundesverfassungsgericht.de/en/press/bvg09-019en.html



    Voting machines unconstitutional in Germany (3.03.2009)

    http://able2know.org/topic/129942-1



    EDRi-gram: Electronic voting machines eliminated in the Netherlands
    (24.10.2007)

    http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number5.20/e-voting-machines-netherlands




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    02/24/17
    2149 Sat 25 Feb 2017 LESSON UP polls: Promotion struggles consolidate SC/ST govt staff behind Mayawati Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati during an election campaign rally for forthcoming Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly election “Bringing all communities together is the only thing which will work”-BSP will win all the seats.
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    UP polls: Promotion struggles consolidate SC/ST govt staff behind Mayawati


    UP
    polls: Promotion struggles consolidate SC/ST govt staff behind Mayawati

    Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati during an election campaign rally
    for forthcoming Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly election at Soraon,
    near Allahabad. (PTI)
    Updated: Feb 24, 2017 11:38 IST
    By Aman Sethi, Hindustan Times, Lucknow

    Every party seems to have a control room in this increasingly
    hard-to-predict election; each staffed with supposed geniuses, skilled
    in the dark arts of psephology.

    But the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has something no one has – the
    boundless enthusiasm of Avadesh Kumar Verma and the wide network of the
    Arakshan Bachao Sangharsh Samiti, an organisation to protect public
    sector reservations for scheduled castes.

    “Our people are everywhere,” said Verma, the ABSS convener, “Our
    teachers are on election duty, our policemen are on security duty. They
    secretly Whatsapp us – at such and such poll booth, SC/STs are being
    intimidated; at this spot goons are standing near the poll booth.”

    Verma collates the information and then passes it on to his contacts on
    the ground.

    Public sector employees have long played a crucial role in SC/ST 
    politics. Those with government jobs contribute generously to SC/ST
    causes, and wield considerable influence within the community.

    Prior to setting up the BSP, founder Kanshiram began the All India
    Backward and Minority Communities Employees Federation, or BAMCEF –
    which, as its name suggests, agitated for the rights of government
    employees.

    The ABSS is not formally allied with the BSP as government employees are
    not allowed to support any particular political party, Verma said, “But
    we are free to oppose anyone”.

    In this election, the ABSS is opposed to everyone except for the BSP for
    reasons of existential importance to its members: promotions in
    reserved jobs.

    In 2001, the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led government passed the 88th
    constitutional amendment that amended Article 16(4A) to allow states to
    create laws that allowed for reservations in the matter of promotion of
    government servants.

    “Our people would get entry into government jobs, but would be promoted
    much slower than others due to caste discrimination,” Verma said.

    The constitutional amendment aimed to fix that, but the amendment was
    challenged, and after a protracted legal tussle, the promotion laws in
    Uttar Pradesh, and several other states, were held to be ultra vires.

    “Other governments stalled, challenged the courts, and asked for more
    time, but in Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav demoted lakhs of government
    employees after they came to power in 2012,” said Verma, “Many SC/STs
    didn’t vote BSP in 2012, but after the promotion issue, they realized
    their mistake.”

    The official term for the process was “reversion” – in which almost
    16,000 SC/ST government servants were demoted to lower posts, while
    about two lakh more were dropped down on their respective seniority
    lists – extending time it would take before they were eligible for
    promotions.

    “In September 2015, I received an order that I had been reverted to head
    constable from sub-inspector,” said Hari Prasad Ahirwar. Ahirwar’s
    single epaulette star was taken, service revolver turned in, and he was
    discharged from his post at Hazartganj and told to report to police
    lines with immediate effect.

    “I felt humiliated. I was promoted through an open competitive exam, not
    reservation,” Ahirwar said, “But the government just assumed that every SC/ST must have come through reservation.”

    At the police lines, Ahirwar and his fellow SC/STs were constantly
    taunted by their upper caste colleagues. He challenged his reversion
    order, won, and was reinstated a year later.

    “But by then the damage was done.” Ahirwar said, “My colleagues look at
    me differently now.”

    In 2013, the ABSS launched its “Mission 2017” outreach programme.

    “We focused on 35 districts where the SC/ST vote is above 25%,
    and on the 85 reserved seats,” said Dr Ram Shabdh Jaiswara, an ABSS
    member, “Our members campaigned extensively: everywhere our message was
    the same: stay united and vote for a government that supports
    reservations.”

    Now as the election rolls on, the ABSS is monitoring it at every step.


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    Modi blamed Pakistan for Kanpur train tragedy when NIA was silent
    While the investigators have been cautious in blaming Pakistan or its
    intelligence agency ISI for Kanpur train tragedy, PM Modi told an
    election rally at Gonda in UP that the derailment was a conspiracy
    hatched across the border.

    Modi stated that the Kanpur train
    derailment was a conspiracy hatched across the border. He said that the
    people of the city need to elect those who were full of patriotism.He
    wants votes by telling others are not patriots.

    The Kanpur train
    derailment case is being investigated by multiple agencies including
    the National Investigation Agency. The investigators involved with the
    case have, however, stayed away from naming ISI or confirming a foreign
    hand behind the derailment.

    An informed source, privy to probe details, said, “The investigation is in nascent stage.”

    Modi was addressing a poll rally at Gonda, which will go to poll in the
    fifth phase of elections in Uttar Pradesh. Gonda is close to the
    Indo-Nepal border and he expressed concerns about its safety.
    If such people, who will get elected from here, will Gonda be safe? Will nation be safe then,” asked Modi.

    Modi’s comment is in sharp contradiction to investigations so far by UP
    police, central railway board and even National Investigation Agency
    (NIA). These agencies are yet to draw any conclusion on a Pakistan link
    to Kanpur train derailment. A senior officer of the NIA refused to
    comment on the issue.

    The probe conducted by three agencies did
    not pick any forensic evidence of explosives. The recovery of technical
    evidence in the form of audio clips is still being examined. A team of
    NIA has gone to Nepal to make further probe. But no strong leads have
    emerged so far.

    Devaraj

    Modi.. get rhetoric only to get
    himself focused many a times with lies (Jumala)…it is not good ….He
    should not forget he was only Leader who was selected to this place with
    distorting EVM.

    Shivkumar Mohite

    Hate; it has consumed
    many and cannot be cured by any psychiatrist because they will always
    think that a particular community are always to be hated.

    Santosh Kumar

    Everyone wants to hide their inefficiency and so does Modi, Pakistan
    was just a diversion point to which generally people believe (We already
    know that no one get punished in that case). Pak leaders also does the
    same. The leaders of both countries has very easy escape point this way.
    Hey leaders of these countries are generally fiends guys (they will
    offcourse share the pain) they meet much often than they do with people
    who is responsible for country internal security, railway security,
    education, infra development etc (not important to them). And only
    common pain to them is they hate people having questions on their
    in-efficiency. People anyway are not asking questions (as they loose all
    authority the moment they cast vote) only media asks it and the media
    is all sold. Don’t believe me? take a list of Pak officials/leaders
    visiting India and whom they are meeting and Indian officials visiting
    Pak in certain duration and you will come to know.

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    Muslims,Muslims,Muslims… Pakistan,Pakistan,Pakistan.What the hell the
    BJP is doing,Mr.Modi Amit Shah All BJP =Power Seekers.How to retain and
    gain is D rage Muslim Pakistan Kashmir Terrorism beef Triple Talaq Love
    Jihad All other parties as Corrupt anti Hindu Ram Mndir and many more
    useless comments = NJP in Ceter and Region.Nothing beyond these. We all
    Indians have to think and to protect our great Nation from this fascist
    party as we all belong to a single race except the Rakshasha Swayam
    Sevaks and the Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths 1% intolerant, violent,
    militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded cannibal
    terrorist chitpawan brahmin feel that they are superior race which is
    not true.

    pramod

    This is first time he said across the
    border in this election and never took Muslim name said discrimination
    to stop…are you hearing on your own. Whats wrong is saying this or you
    have more love to Pak than India…How many times it has been proved
    beyond doubt that Pak is trying to destabilizing India. What is problem?
    go and see doctor you are suffering from modi phobia.


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    2148 Fri 24 Feb 2017 LESSON MAYAWATI CALLS AMIT SHAH COUNTRY’S ‘BIGGEST KASAB’- BSP won the constituency by a margin of just 20,601 during the 2012 Assembly elections. Jai Prakash from BSP bagged a total of 49,687 votes followed by Anoop Kumar Pandey from SP who got 29,086 votes.
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     Don’t underestimate BSP 3.0:


    Why Mayawati's mentor Kanshiram did not believe in the annihilation of caste



    “Bringing all communities together is the only thing which will work”-BSP will win all the seats.


    Mayawati lauds three years of rule


     


    Lucknow, May 13 – Not more than
    one percent of the state’s budget has been spent on memorials
    to SC/ST/OBC icons, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati Thursday said,
    extolling three years of her Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) government as an
    environment free of terror, crime, injustice and corruption.


     


    Addressing a press conference to
    mark three years of the BSP rule in the state, Mayawati staunchly
    defended the construction of memorials and statues to herself
    and SC/ST/OBC icons.


    ‘Yes, I have built memorials and statues to
    commemorate the rich contribution of such personalities who had done
    yeoman social service and reforms, but their work never received due
    recognition in successive Congress governments or the other regimes,’
    she said.

    Justifying the allocation of more than Rs.6,000 crore
    towards these memorials, she asserted: ‘Whatever I have spent each year
    towards commemoration of these icons was not more than one percent of
    the state’s annual budget.’

    ‘What my government has achieved over a period of
    three years, since we rode on to power entirely on our own strength,
    cannot be matched by any other political party that has ever remained in
    power in the state.’

    Claiming there was ‘utter jungle raj’ when the BSP
    assumed office in May 2007, she said: ‘And I am proud of the fact that
    in three years, I have been able to create a terror-free, fear-free,
    crime-free, injustice-free and corruption-free environment by putting
    the law of the land back on the rails.’

    In her view, her government ‘could have done wonders’
    had the central government extended cooperation in adequately sharing
    the cost of various development programmes. She acused it of depriving
    the state of Rs.17,000 crore, ‘the state’s legitimate share towards
    various schemes already carried out over the past three years’.

    Focussing on the Congress-led government’s
    ‘conspiracy’ against her regime, Mayawati recalled how New Delhi had not
    paid any attention to her repeated demand for a special economic
    package of Rs.80,000 crore for the uplift of Bundelkhand and Purvanchal.

    Major Achievements of BSP Government in Uttar Pradesh during the last 3 years

    Other Achievements and Highlights of the Budget outlay under main Heads,

    During the last 3years of BSP Government, for public Information:-

    Achievements of
    the BSP Government in Uttar Pradesh, during the last 3 years, have been
    remarkable, particularly on law and Order and Development fronts. If the
    Central Government had paid, in time, Uttar Pradesh’s due share of over
    Rs.17,000 crore, the results could have been much better. Not only
    this, State’s Hon’ble Chief Minister, Ms. Mayawati Ji, by according
    priority to host of ambitious schemes of Public Welfare and Development,
    had spent almost 99% of the total available Budget amount on them and
    only less than 1% was spent on the construction of “Memorials, Museums,
    Statues, Parks”, etc.,in honour of ‘Saints’, ‘Seers’ (Gurus) and Great
    Men born in the SC/St and Other Backward Classes.

    1.             Home Department :

    Total expenditure
    of Rs 16,105 crore (sixteen thousand fifteen crore Rupees) in the last
    three years on activities relating to the Home Department with
    significant achievements as follows:

    ·                    

    Establishing
    the rule of Law by creating in all spheres, a development-oriented
    environment free from injustice, crime, fear and corruption

    ·                     Lawlessness
    and Jungle-Raj during the last Government led to victimization of the
    people, specially the poor and the weak and not a single FIR was
    registered. Orders issued to launch a drive and have FIRs registered in
    all such cases.

    ·                     Large
    –Scale improvement in the law and order situation in the State and fall
    in all kinds of crime. As a result Gunda-raj came to an end .

    ·                     To dispose of public complaints, an effective system of regular “Thana Divas” introduced.

    ·                     Introduction of “Tahasil Divas” to ensure justice to the poor on-the-spot.

    ·                     A SIT (Special Investigation Team) constituted for independent investigation of serious economic offences.

    ·                     To tackle terrorism, ATS (Anti-Terrorism Squad) constituted.

    ·                     Training of 2,000 commandos from the Police Force on the NSG pattern, in process.

    ·                     Creation
    of more than 2.40 lakh posts in the Police Force, increasing
    Police-People ration from 83 to 150 per lakh. Action taken on
    recruitment of 35.0000 Police Constables.

    ·                     Medal allowances to Medal Awardees doubled.

    ·                     Lucknow District Jail, Model Jail and ‘Nari Bandi Niketan’ shifted to new premises on  /Mohanlalganj-Gosaiganj Road.

    ·                     The
    daily district allowance of Homeguard volunteers increased fro Rs.126
    to Rs.140 and daily duty allowance of PRD Jawans from Rs.75 to Rs.126.

    ·                     Settlement
    of 37,494 cases of personal disputes /enimity out of total 1,94,106
    cases registered in police stations between 13 May ,207 and 15, March
    2010.

    ·                     Possession of leased land given to a total od 3,11,841 land allotees with police help.

    ·                     Fall in crimes against women such as murder, rape, eve teasing, persecution, dowery-killing, chain snatching etc.

    ·                     Fast-track
    courts established and as a result of concerted efforts by the
    Government, an appreciable decline registered in cases under the SC/ST
    Prevention of Atrocities Ac.

    ·                     30 new Fire-Fighting Centres established.

    ·                     Elemination of Dacoits who had become symbol of terror.

    ·                     Decision
    to recruit ex-servicemen to constitute a Special Zone Protection Force
    to safeguard Memorials, Museums, Statues, Parks, etc., constructed to
    honour Noble Saints, Seers and Great Men born. From time to time, in the
    SC/ST and Other Backward Classes.

    2.                    Social Security :

    Total
    expenditure of Rs. 40,147 crore (Forty Thousand One Hundred and Forty
    Seven Crore Rupees) in the last three years on social security
    activities with significan achievements as follows:

    ·                      Introduction
    of direct payment of pension od Rs.30 per month under Uttar Pradesh
    Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Garib Aarthik Madad Yagana” to poor families left
    out of Antyodaya Yojana and BPL list

    ·                      Outstanding
    S/C debts amounting to Rs.120.28 crore granted by “Uttar Pradesh
    Anusoochit Jati Vitta Evam Vikas Yojana” during 1985-1997 written off ,
    benefiting about 7.58 lakh S/C families.

    ·                      Ownership certificates (leases) issued to 9,431 memebers of Scheduled Tribes and other traditional forest-dwellers (vanvasis).

    ·                      Computerisation
    of schorarships payable to all pre and post-class-X students (girls and
    boys). Distribution of cent-per-cent scholarship to boy and girl
    students above class IX. Number beneficiaries exceeding 1.50 crore.

    ·                      First-time
    cent-per-cent computerization of old age monthly pension amount
    increased from Rs.150 to Rs.30 to be credited directly to the
    beneficiaries account.

    ·                      The amount of grant increased from Rs.10,000 to Rs.20,000 for the marriage of daughters of SC/ST in Budelkhand region.

    ·                      The
    amount of financial assistance, under the scheme for marriage and
    medical treatment, hiked from Rs.2,000 to Rs.5,000 per head.

    ·                      Upgradation of 54 Ashram style schools in the State from class-V to intermediate level, ensuring education for 25,000 students.

    ·                      Sanction accorded to the construction of 10 new government Ashram style schools and 21 hostels for SC/ST.

    ·                      For IAS and PCS coaching of SC/ST, an institute established at Bhagidhari Bhavan, lucknow as well as Agra, Aligar ans Bareeilly.

    ·                      Provision of 21.21% expenditure for the welfare of SC/ST under SC/ST sub plan.

    Backward Classes Welfare·                     

    Distribution of Rs.814.62 crore as scholarship among 196.17 lakh Backward class students (girls and boys) during 2007 -2008

    ·                      As many as 207.21 lakh Backward students benefited with the expenditure of Rs.920.29 crore during 2008-2009.

    ·                      During 2009-2010 Rs.900.82 crore earmarke for scholarships, benefiting about 217.80 lakh students.

    ·                      As many as 11.45 lakh students benefited reimbursing Rs.218.21 crore.

    ·                      With
    grants of Rs.10,000 for the marriage of daughters and Rs.5,000 for
    medical treatment of Backward destitute, poor and BPL persons,
    altogether 82,417 people benefited.

    ·                      Construction of 34 hostels for students belonging to Other Backward-Classes completed and work on another 12 hostels started.

    Welfare of the Physically Handicapped  :

    Sanction of Pension at the rate of  Rs.300 per  month todicapped (physically challenged), numbering 7,06,296.

    ·                      Amount of grant for artificial limbs/ancilliary equipments for the physically challenged increased from Rs.3,500 to Rs.6,000.

    ·                      Provision for an additional amount of Rs.2 crore by way of  incentive for the marriage of the physically challenged.

    ·                      Subsistence allowance for the physically challenged, studying / receiving training, increased from Rs.550 to Rs.850 per month.

    ·                      Free travel facility available, in all categories of Uttar Pradesh State Transport buses, to the physically challenged.

    ·                      Relaxation upto maximum of 15 years in age limit, to the physically challenged in recruitment to government services.

    ·                      3% reservation for the physically challengedin the allotment of fair price shops.

    ·                      Establishment
    of Uttar Pradesh Dr.Shakuntala Misra Rehabilitaion University to
    provide higher education to handicapped students. 50% seats reserved
    exclusively for the physically challenged.

    ·                      Construction
    of hostels at < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns =
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    Lucknow and Gorakpur for visually impaired students.

    ·                      Work
    in progress on the setting up of an inter college each at Gorakpur and
    Meerut for visually impaired boys and girls respectively.

    ·                      Work
    in progress for establishing a Shelter Home cum Training Centre each at
    Bareilly, Meerut and Gorakpur for the mentally retarded.

    Minority Welfare and Waqf :

    Decision to include 10 new Arabic-Persian Madrasas in the grants-in-aid list.

    ·                      Distribution of Rs.34,276.71 lakh to 91.64 lakh, pre and post-class-X students as scholarships.

    ·                      Honororium amounting to Rs.9,377.19 lakh for 6,782 teachers in 2587 Madarasas.

    ·                      Income celling of poor guardians of wards, eligible for scholarship, increased to Rs.1 lakh.

    ·                      Aid amount to Rs.2544.50 lakh, provided for the marriage of 25,445 daughters from minority BPL families.

    ·                      Reimbursement of school fees, amounting to Rs.1,490.15 lakh to 31,229 students studying in post-X-classes.

    ·                      Provision
    of Rs.440 lakh for construction of Haj House at < ?xml:namespace
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    ·                      Direct air flight for Haj travelers from Varanas to Jeddah. Arrangement to send off Haj travelers from Haj House in Luaknow.

    ·                      The condition of police verification for appointment of Mutavallis abolished.

    ·                      “Manyavar Shri Kanshiram Ji  Alpankhyak Swarozgar Yojana” being implemented in urban areas.

    ·                      Construction
    of Uttar Pradesh Sunni and Shia Central Waqf Boards with strict
    instructions to both the Waqf Boards to persive all Waqf properties with
    the grants made available to them.

    ·                      Grant of Uttar Pradesh Urdu Academy more than doubled and raised to Rs.3 crore.

    ·                      Adequate provision to reimburse the admission fees of students pursuing medical/engineering /MBA and other University courses.

    Women’s Welfare, Child Development and Nutrition  :

    Monthly pension of destitute women increased from Rs.150 to Rs.300. 15.80 lakh being benefited.

    ·                      Provision of payment of Rs.10,000, in one single installment for the marriage of daughters of destitute (BPL women).

    ·                      Provision of lump-sum payment of Rs.11,000 to the new couple, when a woman re-marries after the death of her husband.

    ·                      Mahamaya
    Garib Balika Ashirwad Yajana introduced for girls born in BPL families
    on 15 January, 209 or thereafter to put a stop to foetus-killing, arrest
    declining ratio between boys and girls and to enable girls to live a
    life of self respect.

    ·                      On
    the birth of a girl child, an amount will be deposited in her name for a
    fixed period of 18 years, which on maturity will be around Rs.1 lakh
    and be payable to the girl if she atayed unmarried till then.

    ·                      So far 1,01,705 girls benefited.

    As
    many as 97.20lakh children being served everyday with hot cooked food
    by 1,51,469 Aanganwadi centres functioning under 897 integrated child
    development projects in the State.

    ·                      Increase of Rs.500 in the honorarium of Anganvwadi  workers and Rs.250 in the case of lady assistants.

    ·                      258.62 lakh beneficiaries getting supplementary nutrition.

    3.                    Agriculture :

    Total
    expenditure of Rs.12,527 crore (Twelve Thousand Five Hundred and Twenty
    Seven Crore Rupees) in the last three years on activities undertaken of
    the Agriculture Department with significant achievements as follows :

    ·                     

    A total of 48.19 lakh quintal of approved seads distributed

    ·                      79.27 lakh tones fertilizers distributed.

    ·                      Distribution of seasonal loans to farmers amounting Rs.11,991 crore.

    ·                      45.94 lakh Kissan Credit Cards distributed.

    ·                      Stribution of 8093.16 Kl/tones agricultural chemical under the plant protection programme.

    ·                      ‘Drip
    and Sprinkler Irrigation Method’ introduced under rain water storage
    and irrigation sckeme in Bundelkhand region. 13,652 sprinkler sets
    distributed.

    ·                      Implements
    available , free of charge to all SC/ST and poor and marginal farmers.
    75% grant admissible to other categories of farmers.

    ·                      Comprehensive strategy planned to double the income of farmers from agriculture production in the next two years.

    ·                      Provision of storage of fertilizer in advance.

    ·                      Wheat production during the rabi season 2009-10 estimated to be 290.04 lakh m.t., the highest in the last few years.

    ·                      Food grain production estimated to be 313.36 lakh tones during rabi 2009-10, which is the highest as compared to previous years.

    ·                      Production of 107 lakh tones of rice and 135 lakh tones food grains during kharif 2009-10 in spite of draught.

    ·                      Short-term loans amounting to Rs.6,651.61 crore distributed, at reduced interest rates, among small and marginal farmers.

    ·                      Linking of 350 S/C hamlets with 3,638 Km. long pukka roads by Mandi Parishad..

    Cane Development and Sugar Industry :

    ·                      Record and historic payment of cane price amounting to Rs.28,911.26 crore, including arrears.

    ·                      Unprecedented
    increase of Rs.25 per quintal in the State Advisory Price of canr for
    the crushing season, 2009-10. Never before has there been such an
    increase in a single crushing season.

    ·                      For
    the first time, payment of additioan incentive money to cane farmers
    ensured with mutual agreement between sugar mills and the farmers.

    ·                      The
    farmers got full for their produce due to restrictions imposed on the
    import of raw sugar in the State until the lifting of the cane crop from
    the fields.

    ·                      Efforts made to increase sugar production and productivity by developing five new sugar  varieties.

    ·                      Two new sugar mills (Hata and Baghauli) started.

    ·                      Rules amended to provide more representation to SC/ST, Other Backward Classes and women in cane development councils.

    4.                    Irrigation :

    Total
    expenditure of Rs.16,505 crore(sixteen thousand fivr hundred and five
    crore) in the last three years on activities of the Irrigation
    Department
      with significant achievements as follows:

    ·                      By
    means of 33,215 Km. of embarkments and other flood protection measures,
    19.47 lakh hectares of land protected against floods so far.

    ·                      With 73,637 Km. long canals in the State, better facilities of irrigation made available.

    ·                      The policy of ‘no-irrigation – no irrigation tax’ enforced in the interest of the farmers after  doing away with the ‘barha qanoon’.

    ·                      Inspite
    of draught in 63 out of 71 districtsin the State in 2009-10 , an area
    of 1,744 thousand hectares irrigated by feeding 8,368 tails during the
    Kharif 1,477 season. To deal with the rigour of draught and to make
    drinking water available for cattle, 30,689 tanks / ponds were filled
    with water and an area of 2,135.35 thousan hectares irrigated during the
    curresnt rabi season upto March, 2010.

    ·                      SC/ST groups of farmers provided cent-per-cent  grant
    (Maximum being Rs.4.28 lakh per tubewell) under ‘Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar
    Nalkoop Yojana). Construction of 304 tublewells completed. Another 300
    tubewells  under construction during 2009-10.

    ·                      Under
    Dr.Ambedkar Samoohik Nalkoop Yojana’ grant admissible to the extent of
    50% (Maximum being Rs.2.41 lakh per tubewell). Construction of 213
    tubewells completed. Another 200 being constructed.

    5.                    Rural Development :

    Total
    expenditure of Rs.7,609 crore (Seven Thousand Six Hundred and Nine
    Crore Rupees) in the last three years on activities under Rural
    Develeopent with significant achievements as follows :

    With an expenditure of Rs.11,420 crore under MNREGA, as many as 7.454 lakh man days of employment generated.

    ·                      4,998 ‘Bastis’ linked with 19,302 Km. long  Pukka roads at an expenditure  Rs.6,10.90 crore  under P.M.G..S.Y.

    ·                      Housing facilities made available to 10.30 lakh homeless rural families at a cost of Rs.3,316 crore under Indira Aavas Yojna.

    ·                      Free houses to 3.06 lakh SC/ST families at a cost of Rs.949 crore under  ‘Mahamaya Aavas Yojna’.

    ·                      Houses
    for non-SC/ST and homeless BPL families numbering 0.50 lakh at a cost
    of Rs.180 crore under ‘Mahamaya Sarvajan Aavas Yojna’.

    6.                    Revenue :   

    Instructions
    issued not to evict SC/STpeople from Gram Panchayat lands occupied by
    them on 13 May,2007 or before and to treat them as owners of the land.

    ·                      Provision for unmarried daughter also for succession to agriculture land.

    ·                      Uttar Pradesh Money lending Regulatory Act-2008 enforced to protect farmers from economic exploitation.

    ·                      An amount of Rs.49.76 crore distributed as compensation against 8,580 claims from farmers under ‘Krishak Durghatana Bima Yojna’.

    ·                      Altogether, 4,89,989 hectares of agricultural land allotted to 2,28,261 landless people.

    ·                      Residential plots of 100 to 250 sq.mt. allotted to 3,11,868 homeless families.

    ·                      In the process of realization of loans, restrictions imposed on the auction of lands of farmers owning less than 3.123 acres.

    ·                      Under General Public Insurance Scheme, insurance premium of landless families borne at the rate of fifty-fifty by  the central and state government. Two children of the concerned  family to be given a monthly scholarship of Rs.10 also.

    ·                      Allotment of an acre of 25,240 hectares to 30,410 fishermen families for pisciculture.

    7.                    Panchayati Raj :

    Total
    expenditure of Rs.5,574 crore (Five Thousan Five Hundred and Seventy
    Four Crore Rupees) in the last three years under Panchayati Raj with
    Significant achievements as follows :

    ·                     

    As
    many as 1,322 Dr.Ambedkar villages selected during 2007-08 under
    Dr.Ambedkar Gram Sabha Vikas Yojna, saturated with kharanjas and drains
    at a cost of Rs.320.81 crore.

    ·                      During
    2008-09, as amny as 1,438 Dr Ambedkar Gram Sabhas saturated with CC
    9Cement-Concrete)roads KC drains at a cost of Rs.875 crore.

    ·                      Construction of CC (Cement-Concrete) roads and KC drains completed in  2,175 Dr.Ambedkar villages at a cost of Rs.875 crore during 2009-10.

    ·                      Approval for installation od sodium lights in 10,000 S/C Bastis in Dr.Ambedkar villages.

    ·                      Construction
    of 2,000 Dr.Ambedkar Multipurpose Community Centres in S/C Bastis of
    Dr.Ambedkar villages. Process of construction of community centres for
    the next year started.

    ·                      Under
    Total Cleanliness Drive during the last three years, as many as
    21,99,811 BPL private toilets, 1,525 women toilet complexes , 1,75,613
    school toilets and 64,761 Aanganbadi toilets constructed at a cost of
    Rs.1,08,010 crore.

    ·                      5,250 Panchayat Buildings constructed at a cost of Rs.149.31 crore during the last 3 years.

    ·                      For
    environmental cleanliness in the rural areas, a historic decision was
    taken, for the first time, by this popular government to creat as many
    as 1,08,848 posts of Arogya Rakhakas (Health Protectors of all Beings)
    in the State in March 2008.

    ·                      An amount of Rs.1,101 .34 crore sanctioned  under
    the Backward Area Grant-in-aid fund Scheme. Work in progress in 34
    districts of the State on the construction of 4,872 Gram Sachiwalayas.
    431resource centres, 475 aanganbadi centres, 195 boundary  walls
    , 76 tubewells, 2,708 tube lights, 291 culverts, 85 drinking water
    systems, 185 solid waste management units and 1,570 roads.

    ·                      To provide public facilities under the recommendations of the 12th
    finance commission, panchayati Rai institutions made supporting by
    allocating them a total of Rs.1,758.48 crore from 2007-08 till date.

    ·                      An expenditureof Rs.4,077.53 crore incurred on the maintenance of properties and assets of Panchayati Raj instutions.

    8.                    Energy :

    Total  expenditure
    of Rs.23,673 crore (Twenty Three Thousand Six Hundred and Seventy Three
    Crore Rupees) in the last three years on activities under Energy
    Department with significant achievements as follows:

    ·                      Foundation stones of power projects worth Rs.6,168 crore laid.

    ·                      To make the State self-sufficient in Power Sector,  decisions taken to generate 25.000 MW of additional power . Towards this end , a total investment of Rs.1.25,000 crore proposed.

    ·                      To
    separate agricultural feeders from domestic feeders in the rural areas,
    Rs.2,600 crore Dr.Ambedkar Urja Krishi Sudhar Yojna introduced.

    ·                      Setting up of 41 new132 KV power sub-stations  with a capacity of 1200 MVA.

    ·                      Construction of new sub-stations of 22KV with a capacity of 1440KVA.

    ·                      Construction of 132/220/400 KV lines – 1240 circuit Km.

    ·                      Expansion of capacity of 88 sub-stations from 132 KV to 1993 MVA.

    ·                      Expansion of capacity 38 sub-stations from 220KV to 1890 MVA.

    ·                      Expansions of 2 sub-stations from 400 KV to 120 MVA.

    ·                      Electrification 9,739 Ambedkar villages. 3,590 general villages, 3,487 SC/ST bastis and 3,590 hamlets.

    ·                      Establishing 369 new power sub-stations of 33KV  with a capacity of 2,095 MVA.

    ·                      Increase in the capacity of 376 sub0-stations of 1,426 MVA.

    ·                      Construction of 1,378 circuit Km lines of 33 KV.

    ·                      2
    x 250 – MW capacity Harduganj thermal power extension project approved.
    Synchronisation of the first unit likely on 31 October 2010 and that of
    the second unit by 30 november next.

    ·                      The second phase of 1 x 660 MW capacity Harduaganj thermal power extension project is being sanctioned.

    ·                      Operational work in unit number 7 of Harduaganj thermal power house, from 110 MW to 120MW approved.

    ·                      Power
    generation commenced in the first 300 MW unit of 2 x 300 MW Roza
    thermal power project (private sector). The second unitexpected to be
    commissioned shortly.

    ·                      A
    joint venture of M/s Nyveli Lignite Corporation and Uttar Pradesh Rajya
    Vidut Utpadan Nigam to produce 2,000 MW of thermal power approved.

    ·                      Sanction accorded to 1 x 150 MW capacity Panki thermal power extension project.

    ·                      Refurbishing of the units of 2 x 250 MW capacity Obra (A) thermal power station completed and units in production mode.

    ·                      Proposed installation  of 2 x 660 MW capacity Obra (C) thermal project.

    ·                      Proposal to install 2 x 660 MW capacity Anpara (E) thermal power project.

    ·                      Under Parichha extension thermal power project, 2 units of 210 MW set up.

    ·                      BTG work of 3 x 250MW Parichha extension thermal power project in progress. Units 1 and 2 expected to go into production soon.

    ·                      Target to achieve additional power generation capacity of 10,000 MW by 2012.

    ·                      Transfer of Anpara (C)  thermal power project to the private sector.

    ·                      To achieve increase in production of electricity, new 3,000 MW capacity thermal  power projects proposed which would increase generationof capacity from the present 4,000 MW to 7,000 MW.

    ·                      Supply of electricity to 7,500 villages ensured.

    ·                      To
    install a 1,320 MW power generation unit in Meja (< ?xml:namespace
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    Pradesh Rajya Utpadan Nigam and NTPC. Construction work is in progress.

    ·                      A new scheme of energising private tubewells started. The amount of grant increased from Rs.55,000 to 68.000.

    9.                    PWD :

    Total expenditure of Rs.22,296 crore(Twenty  Two
    Thousand and Ninny Six Crore Rupees) in the last three years on
    activities under Public Works Development with significant achievements
    as follows :

    ·                      For economic amelioration of persons belonging to SC/ST, a system of reservation of reservation  in
    government contracts, upto a value of Rs.25 lakh, introduced for the
    first time. So far, contract jobs worth Rs.525.35 crore allocated.

    ·                      Construction of  a
    total 168 major bridges and 5 Railway over-bridges completed. 38
    over-bridges under construction. Rs.521 crore sanctioned for
    construction of 28over-bridges.

    ·                      Of
    the Ambedkar villages selected during 1995-96, 1997-98 and 2002-03 and
    left unattended, as many as 2,109 villages saturated with 3,264 km, long
    roads built at a cost of Rs.597 crore under the scheme to construct new
    roads.

    ·                      Repair
    work and reconstruction of previously built roads in Ambedkar villages,
    selected during 1995-96, 1997-98 and 202-03 was undertaken in 2007-08.
    As many as 13,210 Dr.Ambedkar villages
      saturated with 29,867 km long improve roads at a cost of Rs.1,140.96 crore.

    ·                      Under
    Nav Nirman Yojna, 2,203 km long new roads constructed in 1,219 selected
    Ambedkar Gram Sabhas during the first phase (2007-08) at a cost of
    Rs.486 crore.

    ·                      During
    the second phase (2008-09) of Nav Nirman Yojna, 4,035 km long roads
    constructed in 2,307 Ambedkar Gram Sabhas at a cost of Rs. 873.55 crore.

    ·                      To
    link up all 2,709 hamlets with roads in Ambedkar villagesselected in
    1995-96 and 1997-98 together with 2,195 villages re-adopted in 2009-10,
    construction started on 2,350 km long roads under Nav Nirman Yojna. So
    far 2,290 hamlets linked.

    ·                      Under
    Manyavar Shri Kanshiram Ji Shahri Samagra Vikas Yojna, started for the
    first time by the present government in 2007-08, 740 km. of cement
    concrete drains constructed at a cost of Rs.289.54 crore.

    ·                      Manyavar Shri Kanshiram Ji Shahri Gharib Avas Yojna introduced in 2008-09.

    ·                      Renovation of 32,228 Km.long roads in progress at a cost of Rs.1,129.98 crore.

    ·                      Construction of 266 bridges completed at a cost of Rs.1,390 crore.

    ·                      Widening and strengthening of 8395 kn long roads at a cost of Rs.4,930 crore.

    ·                      34,846km.long rural roads constructed at accost of Rs.5,90 crore.

    ·                      Linking of one hamlet with the other started in selected Ambedkar villages

    ·                      Construction
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    Ganga Bridge in Rae Bareli district.

    10.                 Development of Infrastructural Facilities :

    ·                     

    Work on  the metro rail project from < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags” />Delhi
    to Noida completed. Expected to be complete uptoGreater Noida by 31
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    ·                      Completion of Mahamaya flyover in Noida, Sector -44.

    ·                      Supply of drinking water from the Ganga to 35 sector Noida.

    ·                      Construction of s state-of-the-art stadium at Gomti Nagar in Lucknow.

    Industrial Development

    Process for building an industrial corridor, equipped with global-standard facilities started by LIDA on Kanpur-Lucknow  national highway.

    ·                      Capital investment of Rs.308.21 crore by GIDA after acquiring 464 acres of land.

    ·                      Under
    Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor project, 12% of UP state’sarea to
    become Special Economic Zone (SEZ) generating employment for as many as
    2.5 lakh persons.

    ·                      With
    a capital investment of Rs.3,888 crore for establishing 33,595 small
    scale industrial ventures, as many as 1.74 lakh jobs generated.

    ·                      Introduction
    of a single window system for time-bound disposal of complaints for
    entrepreneurs regarding applications at the district level, which has
    benefited 51,565 entrepreneurs so far.

    ·                      Development of a sports city of international standards at Noida at a cost of Rs.2,050 crore.

    ·                      Private
    capital investment of Rs.544.48 crore in three Special Economic Zone
    (SEZ)in Noida / Greater Noida. Entrepreneurial units functional.,
    providing direct employment to 40,096 persons.

    ·                      As many as 546 letters of intent okayed with an investment proposal of Rs.36,180.84 crore and employment for 3,11,457 persons.

    11.                 Education :

    Total
    expenditure of Rs.45,948 crore (Forty Five Thousand Nine Hundred and
    Forty Eight Crore Rupees) in the last three years on activities onder
    Education
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    Basic Education :

    ·                      To make up for shortfalls of teachers, 88,000 teachers appointed.

    ·                      12,244sikshamitras appointed, on  honorarium basis, in primary schools to improve the teachers-taught ratio.

    ·                      Provision of Scholarships at double the rate for children of families engaged in  Arogya Rakshak(Health Protectors of all beings) work.

    ·                      Teaching of English to start from class-I itself instead of class-III.

    ·                      In unserved villages, 4,635 new primary schools and 11,031 new senior senior primary schools opened.

    ·                      Construction of 57,459 additional classrooms in Parishad-run schools.

    ·                      454 Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas being run for girls from poorer sections in development blocks located in backward areas.

    ·                      Appointment of 6,573 Urdu teachers in Parishad-run schools.

    ·                      Electrification works completed in 57,772 schools.

    ·                      Computer aided education programme operational in upper primary schools.

    ·                      Free distribution of uniforms to 72 lakh girl students in primary schools.

    ·                      School bags distributed to 16.50 lakh girl students of upper primary schools.

    ·                      Under
    the school readiness programme, pre-primary classes started, for the
    first time, during 2009-10 in 14,200 primary schools in the State.

    Secondary Education :

     

    For BPL girl students, Savitri Bai Phule Balika Siksha Madad Yojna started. So far 2.56 lakh students benefited.

    ·                      National secondary education campaign launched.

    ·                      254 government high schools upgraded to intermediate level.

    ·                      54
    government higher secondary schools with no buildings of their own
    earlier , constructed. 97 higher secondary schools, having having their
    own buildings, provided with additional classrooms and laborotories.

    ·                      In 70 co-ed schools in rural areas, toilets and a common room constructed for girls.

    ·                      Government
    for government district libraries constructed in Mahoba, Maharajganj,
    Sonbhadra, Firozabad, Bhadohi, Kannuj, JP Nagar nad Mahamaya Nagar.

    ·                      A
    secondary Sanscrit s education board constituted to exercise
    administrative control over prathma, Madhyama and upper Madhyama system
    of education.

    ·                      Establishment of Mahamaya inter colleges for boys and girls each in Noida and Greater Noidaalong with hostel facility.

    ·                      Many revolutionary changes introduced in the interest of UP Board examinees. No mention of division  in
    the mark sheet any more; only subject-wise marks to be shown. Grade to
    replace division in the mark sheet. An examinee clearing any five out of
    the offered six subjects will be cleared pass. Only one question paper
    for one subject.

    Higher Education :

    ·                      In
    the newly created Gautham Buddha Nagar district, close to Delhi,
    Gautham Buddha University of international standards established over a
    sprawling area of 511 acres. The university provides facility for higher
    education abroad at government expense to students belonging to SC/ST,
    other backward classes, religious minorities and brilliant BPL students
    in the general category.

    ·                      Total ban on ragging in all educational institutions.

    ·                      Manyavar Shri Kanshiram Ji Chair for  research established in six universities.

    ·                      Centres
    for excellence opened in universities. Augumentation of twenty five
    percent seats in theuniversities to get over the problem of admission.

    ·                      Under laid-down parameters, seven private universities set up.

    ·                      Rs.12.40
    crore sanctioned to promote education in science, arts, commerse as
    well as women’seducation and co-education in unserved development
    blocks.

    ·                      Action by home department on SIT reports to investigate all maters relating to fake universities and other similar institutions.

    ·                      Instructions to all universities to complete all tests and examinations by May 2010.

    ·                      Decision to set up an internal quality assurance cell in Uttar Pradesh State Higher Education Board Lucknow.

    ·                      Uttar Pradesh Urdu, Arabic-Persian University established at Lucknow.

    ·                      Government
    Degree Colleges established in the districts of Jaunpur, Ghaziabad,
    Kanshiram Nagar, Kushinagar, Bijnur, Mannauj, Farrukhabad, Mainpuri and
    shravasti which has no such colleges before. Government women’s degree
    collegesopened in Mohna (Lucknow), Dhanpur, - Hadia (Allahabad), Bangar
    (Kannauj).

    ·                      Of
    the offices of regional higher education officer functioning in 8
    divisions of the state, 5 offices to have their own permanent buildings
    at Lucknow, Bareilly, Meerut, Kanpur and Jhansi.

    ·                      Construction of Savitri Bai Phule women’s hostel in Chhatrapati Sahu Ji Maharaj University, Kanpur completed.

    ·                      Instructions
    issued to hold student union elections in the universities in
    accordance with Lyngdoh Committee recommendations. Efforts on to improve
    the academic atmosphere.

    Vocational Education :

                         Addition of 32 seats for vocations like offset machine grinder and  litho offset and plate maker in government industrial training institute, Aliganj, Lucknow.

    ·                      Construction of the building of state staff training and research centre and vocational training board in Lucknow.

    ·                      Provision
    of proper equipment and machines for government industrial institutes
    at Godlamau (Sitapur), Atrauli (Hardoi), Chandan Chowki (Lakhimpur
    Kheri) and Kannauj.

    ·                      Provision of equipment and machines for 50 industrial training institutes under the SC/ST sub-plan.

    ·                      Establishment of industrial training centres in unserved development blocks under the public-private-partnership (PPP) scheme.

    ·                      Decesion to set up a state insdustrial training institute at Bansgaon (Gorakhpur).

    ·                      To
    provide employment and opportunities of self-employment to the youth in
    the vocational field, a separate vocational training department
    constituted, after bifurcation of the department of vocational and
    technical education.

    ·                      Provision
    of giving bicycle and Rs.25,000 for girls from BPL families, seeking
    admission to government industrial institutes under the new ‘Savitri Bai
    Phule Balika Shiksha Madad Yojna’.

    Technical Education :

    ·                      Facility
    of free –ship, on admission to government-aided polytechnics, for
    children of guardians withan annual income of less than Rs.1 lakh.

    ·                      Savitri
    Bai Phule Balika Kalyan Yojna made applicable to technical education as
    well, after the same pattern as in secondary education.

    ·                      5 new politechnica opened in Bundelkhand.

    ·                      Establishment
    of Mahamaya Politechnic of Information Technology at Chandauli,
    Gorakhpur, JP Nagar and Mahamaya Nagar (Hathras) under the SC/ST
    sub-plan.

    ·                      Decision to open 4 engineering colleges, one each  at Banda, Bijnur, Azamgarh and Ambedkar nagar. Establishment of engineering colleges at Banda and Bijnur , in process.

    ·                      ‘[Manyavar Shri Kanshiram Ji Institute of Technology’ to be opened at Lucknow.

    ·                      Opening of new polytechnics in 41 districts.

    ·                      Establishment
    of Manyavar Shri Kanshiram Ji engineering college of information
    technology at Azxamgarh and Ambedkar Nagar besides Dr.Bhimrao Ambedkar
    engineering college of information technology at Banda and Bijnor
    approved.

    ·                      A
    second technical university, named Mahamaya Technical University,
    established for westwern UP in Gautam Buddha Nasgar district.

     



    12.                    Urban Development :

    Total
    expenditure of Rs.6,091 crore (Six Thousan and Ninety One Crore Rupees)
    in the laste three years on activites of Urban Development with
    significant achievements a follows :

    ·                      Approval of Rs.1,076.98 crore plan to provide clean drinking water projects and another Rs.575.27 crore  for twelve sewerage projects at Lucknow, Kanpur, agra, Allahabad, Varanasi,Meerut and Mathura.

    ·                      Provision of 1,310 buses in 7 mission townsof the state.

    ·                      As against a totalof 41 projects costing Rs.5,910.54 crore for selected cities, provision made for Rs.1,781.55 crore.

    ·                      8 projects for Lucknow city worth Rs.1,743.79 crore sanctioned.

    ·                      Drinking water schemes, worth Rs.311.31 crore, implemented in 37 small and medium towns.

    13.                    Housing and Urban Planning :

    Total
    Expenditure of Rs.3,666 crore (Three Thousand Six Hundred and Sity Six
    Crore Rupees) in the last three years on activities of Housing and Urban
    Planning with significant achievements as follows :

    ·                      Of
    1.01 lakh houses to be constructed under Manyavar Shri Kanshiram Ji
    Shahri Garib Avas Yojna, for free allotment of accommodation todestitute
    widows, the physically challenged and BPL city dwellers, as many as
    96,418 housing units completed.

    ·                      ‘Sarvajan
    Hitay Shahri Garib Avas (slum area)Malikana Haq Yojna’ introduced to
    confer ownership rights on BPL families living in unauthorisedly
    occupied premesis in urban.

    14.                    Transport :

    ·                      To encourage public transportation services, city buses exempted exempted fully from additional taxes.

    ·                      50% tax exemption  for buses hired on contract by schools and factories.

    ·                      Following agreement signed with the states of NCR, cent-per-cent exemption from tax allowed to CNR operated taxies.

    ·                      For
    the facilities of passengers, low-floor air-conditioned buses and
    general buses inoperation under metropolitan city transport service.

    15.                    Medical and Health :

    Total
    expenditure of Rs.14,899 crore (Fourteen Thousand Eight Hundred and
    Ninety nine Crore Rupees) in the last three years on Medical and Health
    activites with significant achievements as follows :

    ·                      Attracted
    by quality health services during the last 3 years, the number of
    indoor patients in government hospitals increased from 11 lakh to 48
    lakh and that of outdoor patients from 3.60 crore to 6 crore.

    ·                      For treatment of encephalitis patients, a special ward in the Gorakhpur Medical College together with a virology lab.

    ·                      Free inoculation of 3.06 crore children for prevention of encephalitis.

    ·                      Free
    treatment of 25% BPL patients, including 10% belonging to SC/ST made
    compulsory in hospitals established with PPP
    (Public-Private-Partnership).

    ·                      Free medical treatment facility for red-card holders issued under ‘Antyodaya An Yojna’.

    ·                      Work
    progressing fast under construction of Manyavar Shi Kanshiram Ji
    Multi-speciality Hospital at Lucknow, where the poor will be treated
    free.

    ·                      Construction of a 30 0- bed  ultra special hospital, at Faizabad and Mirzapur progressing. A 100-bed paediatric hospital established at Lucknow.

    ·                      25% BPL families including 10% SC/ST to be treated free, compulsorily, in three hospitals.

    ·                      Decision
    to increase the number of beds in district hospitalsfor
    men-120(Moradabad), 100 (Faizabad), 200 (Banda), 150 (Mirzapur) and
    100(Gonda).

    ·                      Provision of  Rs.70 crore for a 100-bed combined hospital each at Saint Kabir Nagar, Sant Ravidas Nagar, Auraiya, Shravasti, Balrampur and  Kanpur.

    ·                      Approval for setting up trauma centres at Saharanpur, Ghaziaba, Lucknow, Kanpur Nagar and Varanasi.

    ·                      ‘Aasha Yojna’ enforced throught the state.

    ·                      Announcement
    of a health insurance scheme by Chief minister, on her birthday , for
    BPL families with access to free medical treatment in government
    hospitals for all kinds of diseases involving expenditure upto
    Rs.30,000.

    ·                      Upgradation
    of Noida district hospital and establishment of two 200-bed high-level
    Dr.Ambedkar multi-speciality hospitals by the Greater Noida Authority.

    ·                      51,494 village health communities constituted in 52,002 gram panchayats in the state.

    ·                      Introduction of ‘Saubhagayawati Surakshit Matriva Yojna’ for  expectant  mothers of BPL families.

    ·                      ‘Janani Surakhsa Yojna’ benefits 18.63 lakh women.

    Medical Education :

    ·                      Construction
    of new governmentallopathic medical colleges in Orai, Kannouj and
    Azamgarh completed. OPD services start functioning. Ambedkar-Nagar,
    Banda and Saharanpur to have similar colleges.

    ·                      Manyavar Shri Kanshram Ji para-medical training college established.

    16.                    Employment Generation :

    ·                      Employment provided to 74,492 persons in the silk industry, including 36,203 S/C, 3,240 S/T and 19,924 women.

    ·                      Self employment for 9.52 lakh families with the help of a grant of Rs.1,240 crore under ‘Swarna Jayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojna’.

    ·                      Employment provided to 1,51,654 persons under ‘Chief Minsiter Gram Udyog Rozgar Yojna’.

    ·                      With
    a capital investment of Rs.68567.89 lakh under village employment
    generation programme (margin money scheme) and Prime Minister employment
    generation programme, as many as 26,655 units established , providing
    employment to 2,52,966 persons.

    ·                      Wages for agricultural and ancillary jobs fixed at Rs.100 daily and Rs.2,600 monthly.

    ·                      Long-standing ban on the recruitment to government services in general category lifted.

    ·                      Efforts to fill up backlog of SC/ST quota through a regular drive.

    17.                    Food and Drugs Administration :

    ·                      To
    prevent the manufacture and sale of adultrated food-stuff and fake
    labeling of medicines, a separate food and drugs administration
    department created.

    ·                      With
    strict enforcement, 70,475 samples collected, 7,726 cases filed and 655
    persons penalized. Fines, totaling Rs.17,74,400 slapped.

    18.                    Public Distribution System :

    ·                      To
    bring about qualitative improvement in PDS, strict enforecement carried
    out leading to 25,931 raids, arrest ofr 93 persons, suspension of 7,443
    licences and cancellation of allotment of 2,546shops.

    ·                      As many as 4,28,844 unauthorised BPL / Antyodaya Ration Cards cancelled and reissued to genuine families.

    19.                    Less
    than even 1%of the total budget ed expenditure in the State incurred on
    the construction of Memorials, Museums, Statues and Parks to Honour
    Baba Saheb Dr.Bhimrao Ambedkar and Manyavar Shri Kanshiram Ji and other
    Saints, Seers (Gurus) and Great Men born, from time to time in SC/ST and
    Other Backward Classes.

    20.                 Other Major Achievements :

    ·                      Record increase in the realization of commercial taxes amounting to Rs.6,553.64 crore.

    ·                      Facility of online ‘Bahti’ transit declaration form).

    ·                      Accident insurance scheme for 4 lakh registered traders.

    ·                      Despite
    limited financial resources and an additional burden of Rs.21,000 crore
    on government exchequer, this is the first state government to
    implement the recommendations of the sixth pay commission, benefitting
    state government employees, teachers, those serving in local bodies,
    junior doctors, corporation employees etc., thus providing them major
    relief from deamness.

    21.                 P.P.P. (Public-Private-Partnership) for Development of Infrastructural Facilities :

    ·                      To
    tap all possible money-resources for the state exchequer in order to
    plough them back into public welfare programmes, encouragement given to
    the private sector for capital investment rather than spending from
    government’s own coffers, for creating infrastructural facilities
    essential for public good.

    ·                      Construction of Rs.30,000 crore, 1,047 km. long 8-lane, entry controlled Ganga Express way  in progress.

    ·                      Construction of 165 km. long Yamuna Express-way from Noida to Agra costing Rs.9,935 crore in final stages.

    ·                      Work
    in progress on the 8-lanr, entry controlled, 212 km.long Express-way at
    a cost of Rs.7,500 crore, on the right bank of the upper Ganga canal.

    ·                      Speedy action on establishing 6 it is.

    ·                      International airport at Kushinagar at a cost of Rs.829 crore to develop the Buddhist circuit.

    ·                      Expansion of Dr.Bhimrao Ambedkar international airport, Meerut.

    ·                      Work in progress  on the construction of Taj international airport and aviation hub at Jevar in Gautam Buddha Nagar.

    ·                      Construction
    work started for generation of 5,000 MW of additional power at Bara and
    Karchhana in Allahabad with private investment of Rs.25,000 crore.

    ·                      Contracty
    signed to generate 4,50 MW of additional power with private investment
    of Rs.22,000 crore at fatepur, Anpara and Lalitpur.

    ·                      8 politechnics to be opened on PPP model. 74 politechnics established by the private sector in the state.

    ·                      Ultra-modern
    super speciality hospitals, equipped with all facilities, to be opened
    in Lucnow, Agra, Jalaun, Nijnor, Azamgarh, Ambedkar Nagar and Saharanpur
    with co-operation of the private sector.In thesehospitals , with
    500-beds and costing around Rs.140-150 crore each, those living below
    the poverty line will have access to free medical treatment.

    ·                      Processing of tenders for installing a 1,320 MW capacity unit for generation of additional power at Jawaharpur (Etah).

    ·                      Scheme3s to build 2 sub-stations of 765 KV and 400 KV with connecting transmission  lines with private investment of Rs.7,717 crore.

    ·                      Distribution of electricity in Agra handed over to Input-Based Urban Franchisee, a private sector company.

    It
    is evident from the above-mentioned facts that by following the path
    shown by Saints, Seers (Gurus) and Great Men born, from time to time, in
    Scheduled Caste /Scheduled Tribe and Other Backward Classes, especially
    ‘Mahatma Jyotiba Phule, Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj, Naraina Guru,
    Baba Saheb Dr.Bhimrao Ambedkarand Manyavar Shri.Kanshiram Ji’, the state
    BSP Government, under the dynamic leadership of Hon’ble Chief Minister
    Ms.Mayawati, is pursuing the policy of ‘Sarvajan Hitay and Sarvajan
    Sukhay’. At the same time, , the Hon’ble Chief Minister is of the view
    that, had the Central Government not adopted a “step-motherly and
    partisan attitude” as mentioned earlier , towards Uttar Pradesh, the
    State BSP Government could have shown much better results in respect of
    public welfare and development.

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    This time, Mayawati has both a game plan
    and a formidable ground game in UP assembly polls
    February 23, 2017, 2:00 AM IST Nalin Mehta in Academic Interest | Edit
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    (Written along with Sanjeev Singh)

    The big elephant






    Commentstatues stand forlorn in the afternoon heat. It’s the
    height of the election campaign but there isn’t a soul out to see them
    or the huge four-sided Brahma-like statue of Mayawati that stands as the
    centerpiece of BSP’s imposing but deserted SC/ST Prerna Sthal on
    Lucknow’s Mall Avenue.
    (AFP Photo/Money Sharma)

    The predominantly Mayawati-focused imagery inside – as many as eight
    huge carvings depicting Behenji or her family – was one of the marquee
    creations of her last stint as chief minister (2007-2012). This time,
    though, Mayawati has responded to barbs that she only made “haathis” in
    power by announcing that she won’t make “any more statues” because “that
    work is finished”.
    It is a message she keeps repeating in rally after rally. Behenji seems
    to have learnt the lessons from her 2012 rout and 2014 Lok Sabha polls,
    when BSP could only manage 9 leads in UP’s 403 assembly segments.
    BSP has always operated differently: which is also why it is often
    underestimated. Unlike Lucknow’s other party offices bustling with poll
    activity, BSP’s state party office is as deserted as the Dalit Smarak.
    Appearances can often be deceptive and so it is with BSP.
    It was the first party in UP to get off the blocks, appointing vidhan
    sabha prabharis just after its 2014 Lok Sabha poll debacle. By mid-2016,
    BSP finished its first round of bhaichara sammelans to reach out to
    upper castes. Mayawati’s fortunes looked on the downswing for a while
    after a string of high-profile defections to BJP. But that didn’t deter
    her from launching her first set of public rallies as early as August
    2016 and finishing her candidate lists first, with minimal bickering.
    These tactically astute moves must be seen alongside a fundamental
    rejigging of what Mayawati is offering as part of what we can call BSP
    3.0. The party’s first phase under Kanshiram and his anti-upper caste
    rhetoric through the 1980s and 1990s constituted BSP 1.0. Mayawati’s
    Brahmin-SC/ST alliance of 2007 rebooted the party into BSP 2.0. Now,
    fighting for political survival in 2017, Mayawati’s new makeover is her
    last throw of the dice.
    Her primary electoral gambit of a Dalit-Muslim alliance in a state with
    20.5% Dalits (including her core base of 11.3% Jatavs) and 19% Muslims
    is key to BSP’s chances. A TOI analysis of electoral data shows that
    there are 72 assembly seats in UP where in 2012, BSP bagged at least 25%
    of votes polled and where Dalits and Muslims together constitute
    roughly 70% of voters listed in electoral rolls. These seats lie at the
    heart of BSP’s new strategy: 27 in western UP, 41 in east UP and 4 in
    Bundelkhand. SP won 36 of these seats in 2012, BJP won 4.
    Mayawati, with 99 Muslim candidates, is trying to replace Mulayam Singh
    Yadav’s old Muslim-Yadav formula with her own Muslim-Dalit combo and
    looking to wrest these seats. Major Muslim organisations and Shia
    clerics like Kalbe Jawad have openly backed the BSP supremo. The
    Rashtriya Ulema Council withdrew 84 of its candidates in her favour.
    Mayawati also risked undermining her law and order plank by inducting
    mafia don Mukhtar Ansari’s outfit Qaumi Ekta Dal into BSP, giving a
    fillip to her chances in some eastern UP seats.
    In an election where the Muslim vote is pivotal, the biggest danger for
    Mayawati is the prospect of it getting split between BSP and
    SP-Congress. So, she repeats a simple message at every rally: “Every
    vote that goes to SP, is a vote wasted.” She also moved swiftly on
    social media speculation about a possible post-poll BJP-BSP alliance to
    emphatically state that “this will never happen. We are ready to sit in
    opposition but will not form a government with help of BJP.”
    BJP’s response has been three-fold. The first line of attack is
    characterised by Modi

    Millions Can Defeat The Billionaires
    Messengers with their englightened messages are same and the people
    with their ignorance are also same. That is why books like Millions can
    Defeat The Billionaires will have eternal value.

    Dr.Ashok Siddhartha


    It is the dictionary to be in the possession of each worker of Bahujan
    movement. I am sure that the “Ruled” will develop the thirst to become
    the “Rulers”

    MAYAWATI CALLS AMIT SHAH COUNTRY’S ‘BIGGEST KASAB’

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    Lucknow:

    Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Thursday
    hit back at BJP president Amit Shah calling him the “country’s biggest
    Kasab” or a terrorist.

    A day after Shah coined the acronym “Kasab” to denote the Congress, the
    Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party – comparing it with the name
    of the executed 26/11 attacker Ajmal Kasab, Mayawati said the remarks
    were reflective of the BJP’s “filthy mindset”.

    “The way Amit shah has dubbed the opposition as Kasab, not just is
    highly condemnable but also reflects their filthy mindset,” Mayawati
    said while addressing a rally in Ambedkar Nagar of poll-bound Uttar
    Pradesh.

    “In the country today, there can be no bigger Kasab than Amit Shah, the
    biggest terrorist,” added the former Chief Minister.

    Shah had said on Wednesday in Uttar Pradesh, “Until Uttar Pradesh gets
    rid of K-A-S-A-B, there will be no development in the state. Ka (in
    Hindi) is for Congress, Sa for Samajwadi Party and Ba for BSP.




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    Uttar Pradesh Elections 2017: Chauri Chaura constituency; BSP’s Jai Prakash takes on SP’s Manurojan Yadav; All you need to know
    Chauri Chaura is constituency No. 326 of Uttar Pradesh legislative
    assembly. The assembly constituency is situated in Gorakhpur district
    and comes under Bansgaon Lok Sabha constituency. It is an open
    constituency.

    As the voting for
    the fourth phase of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections is underway in
    53 constituencies spread over 12 districts, fate of more than 650
    candidates will be decided by 1.84 cr voters. The 12 districts going to
    polls in the fourth phase are Raebareli, Mahoba, Hamirpur, Allahabad,
    Jalaun, Jhansi, Lalitpur, Pratapgarh, Kaushambi, Banda, Chitrakoot and
    Fatehpur. As the elections have drove midway, stakes are high for all
    major political parties including the Samajwadi Party (SP), Bharatiya
    Janata Party (BJP), Congress and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP). The current
    phase is going to be crucial for the ruling SP as it currently holds 24
    out of the total 53 seats here. UP has witnessed high-decibel election
    rallies and roadshows over the past few months and all major political
    parties have tried their best to lure voters. While the ongoing polls
    are touted to be a litmus test for SP, Modi-led BJP stands as a strong
    roadblock for the ruling party in the state.There has been anger against
    him because of the law-and-order failure in the state.

    Making it
    a crucial three-way battle, Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has
    cemented itself as one of lead contenders in this political run.The
    high-voltage assembly elections are halfway in India’s most populous
    state and is is expected to lay the cornerstone for the 2019 Lok Sabha
    elections.

    Chauri Chaura is constituency No. 326 of Uttar Pradesh
    legislative assembly. The state of Uttar Pradesh has 403 assembly
    constituencies. The assembly constituency is situated in Gorakhpur
    district and comes under Bansgaon Lok Sabha constituency. It is an open
    constituency.

    What are the key issues
    Development is the key issue in this constituency.

    Who was the winner last time
    BSP won the constituency by a margin of just 20,601 during the 2012
    Assembly elections. Jai Prakash from BSP bagged a total of 49,687 votes
    followed by Anoop Kumar Pandey from SP who got 29,086 votes.








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    Modi turns around the GADHA MATHA not GO MATHA joke on Akhilesh, says donkeys are loyal, responsible

    He said, “I take inspiration from a donkey. Donkeys are loyal to their masters and fulfill their responsibilities”.
    Akhilesh Yadav discriminates between animals. “Why do you have such
    distaste for donkeys” He is scared of donkeys too, but they have not
    even spared donkeys.They hate the animal.

    SP has embraced
    Congress and seeking votes in this election had brought out postal
    stamps on donkeys in 2013. Postal stamps on wild ass of Ladakh and
    Gujarat were released in 2013.

    Modi said, these donkeys belong to
    the same land which gave the country leaders like Mahatma Gandhi and
    Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. This was Krisha’s ‘karmabhoomi’too”.

    GADHA MATHA
    By: Kalyanaraman Srinivasa


    “Gadha Matha” . The moment you read this you are going to get angry
    with me and may even think whether I have gone out of senses. No it is
    going to be future Matha replacing Holy Cow in Hinduism.


    Donkey’s are most ridiculed animal in all societies of the world . When
    you want to give lower category abuse in Indian sense, to vent your
    anger, you say “Gadha” Hindu scriptures also say that if you do bad
    deeds in the present birth, you may be cursed to take birth as donkey in
    the next birth.

    There are 44 million donkeys on planet earth
    today. It is called a Beast of Burden and used to move burden over long
    distances. Gujarath state uses extensively donkey for this job.Its
    Nutrional requirement is less than that of cow. It can digest even
    hardest fiber unfit for other animals due to its good Gastro Intestional
    tract system. Its protein requirements are much less.

    Donkeys
    have notorious reputation due to its Stubborness, and it is attributed
    to its much stronger sense of “Self Preservation” than that attributed
    to other animals.

    What is the glory of Donkeys. Recent research
    has proved that Donkeys Milk is far superior than Cow’s Milk. It has
    very high levels of omega 3 fatty acids,less protein, rich in calcium.
    Continuous intake of donkey’s milk will prevent Atherocelerosis, a fat
    which is present in cow’s milk, getting settled in arteries leading to
    Heart attacks. Also donkey’s milk intake, does not create Obesity and
    keep body in shape. It is very close to Human Milk. What else you want .
    Immediately switch over to Donkeys Milk.

    The only problem is
    the milk out put . It produces only one litre per day, as against 10
    times more for cow. No problem, by further research, output can be
    increased. Let us start “Project Donkey” to breed more donkeys in our
    society.Let us not any more call donkey as Gadha but “GADHA MATHA” Let
    us replace GO DHAN and substitute with GADHA DHAN to please our Gods.

    Jai Ho



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    bright future for such scribes and journalists as they are loyal users 
    of  Internet, WhattsAPP, Facebook, Youtube etc., have become their
    owners.They will not be scared even if IT raids are conducted on them.

    Now
    the entire Sarvajan Samaj is aware that they all belong to a single
    race. Go Matha has become Gadha Matha. Communal appeal will not work.
    All tie ups distorting, rigging, tampering of EVM may boomerang this time nd help BSP to win all the seats.

    Why will the BJP go for any alliance when EVM could be distorted,Rigged and Tampered?

    BJP distorted EVM to win elections

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vjl3DrhoWa8&t=7s
    खबरदार चुनाव जीतने के लिए भाजपा EVM से छेड़छाड़ कर सकती है | BJP may distort EMV to win election
    now with just 20 constituencies out of 403 constituencies the EVMs have been replaced with VVPAT
    Hence Venkaya Naidu and Amit Shaw say they are confident of winning as it happened in 2014 Lok sabha elections.

    Ms Mayawati’s BSP has already got 80% seats in UP Panchayat elections
    which was conducted with Ballot papers. Now with DENONe…

    “Bringing all communities together is the only thing which will work” BSP will win all the Seats.

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    ‘Hamilton 5 Bridges River Swim’ – Sunday April 2nd, 2017
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    (Annual Event since 1939 77th anniversary)

    Sunday April 2nd, 2017

    Swim 7.1 kms(current assisted)
    under 5 central Hamilton bridges

    Registration and Start: Hamilton Gardens, Hungerford Cr
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    Finish: Ann St Beach.

    Registration 11.00am-12.30 pm Briefing 12.40pm Start 1.00pm

    General Information: Swim Rules

    Minimum age for participation: 19 years as at 31 December 2017

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      paddlers are required to wear a buoyancy vest or life jacket and attend boaters briefing at 12.40

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    •   Cup for first woman and first man

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      or finishing by 2.30PM

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    2147 Thu 23 Feb 2017 LESSON Navaneetham Chandrasekharan https://thewire.in/…/mayawati-likely-return-power-uttar-pr…/ Mayawati will win all the seats in U P as she won 80% seats in UP Panchayat elections plus notorious DEMONetisation.
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    2147 Thu 23 Feb 2017

    LESSON


    https://thewire.in/…/mayawati-likely-return-power-uttar-pr…/

    Mayawati will win all the seats in U P as she won 80% seats in UP Panchayat elections plus notorious DEMONetisation.


    Six months prior to the 2017 assembly elections, the battle for power
    in Uttar Pradesh was seen as a fight between the Bahujan Samaj Party
    (BSP) led by Mayawati and the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP).The BJP’s
    chances had dwindled slightly after its state vice president Daya
    Shankar Singh made some inappropriate comments against Mayawati. At that
    point, the Samajwadi Party, the party currently in power, was widely
    perceived to be out of race.

    All of a sudden, a series of
    melodramatic incidents within the SP’s ruling family catapulted Akhilesh
    Yadav from the status of ‘half CM’ to full chief minister and leader of
    the party. Earlier, he was often taunted to be subordinate to the SP’s
    big four: his father Mulayam Singh Yadav, uncle Shivpal Yadav, uncle Ram
    Gopal Yadav and senior leader Azam Khan. The impression formed that
    since Mulayam Singh was publicly taking the side of his brother Shivpal,
    party cadres would remain loyal to Shivpal if it came to choosing
    between him and Akhilesh. However, Akhilesh proved everybody wrong and
    now is the undisputed claimant to the chief ministership on behalf of
    the Samajwadi Party, with Shivpal and even Mulayam having been
    marginalised. The state witnessed a silent coup by a serving ruler who
    has been able to unshackle himself now.

    There is a perception in
    the society that this was a drama masterly scripted and directed by
    Mulayam Singh to end all challenges to his son from within and outside
    the party and free him of the burden of anti-incumbency as well. There
    is no doubt that Akhilesh has emerged as a mature leader improving upon
    his ‘please all’ but weak image prior to the drama. The way in which the
    media gave the family controversy full coverage helped him compete with
    the hi-tech campaign of his opponents, especially the BJP.


    Akhilesh Yadav started making public pronouncements even while the
    controversy was on that he would be able to win over 300 seats if he
    were to have an alliance with the Congress party, the fourth contender
    for power in the state. It is unusual for a bigger party to seek an
    alliance with a smaller party. Whether it was the strategist Prashant
    Kishore working behind the scenes or the understanding that an alliance
    would make it easier for Muslims to choose between the BSP and their
    alliance, Akhilesh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi finally joined hands and
    immediately found themselves well placed in the race for power.


    The BJP now found itself relegated to third place in the calculus of
    most analysts and the question everyone was debating was who would
    finish first – the BSP or the SP-Congress alliance? It seems to me that
    the Muslims, on whom Rahul and Akhilesh were counting, have belied the
    hopes of the SP-Congress combine and chosen the BSP as their preferred
    instrument to decisively defeat BJP. Thanks to the divisions within the
    SP and the uncertainty over its poll strategy, many Muslims had already
    made up their mind to support BSP by the time the SP formed its alliance
    with the Congress. Mayawati has not spared any efforts to get Muslims
    to her side by reassuring them that she will not enter into an alliance
    with BJP at any cost and would rather sit in the opposition than help
    them form the government. In the event of the BSP falling short of a
    majority by some seats, then, it is quite likely that the Congress will
    break its alliance with the SP and offer support to it. Rahul Gandhi has
    already indicated that he respects Mayawati as the leader of Dalits.


    The reason the BSP has an edge over the SP-Congress is the belief
    Muslims have that the SP did not do anything to prevent the 2013
    communal riots in Muzaffarnagar. About 50,000 people, mostly Muslims,
    were displaced from their villages, many of whom have not been able to
    return.

    Akhilesh Yadav failed to prevent communal and criminal
    incidents, some of them involving his ministers, and thus rule of law
    did not always prevail in his regime. He was, however, forthcoming in
    disbursement of compensation after these incidents occurred, earning him
    the mantle of ‘compensation chief minister’. He overdid the act and
    also gave awards to people who were openly flouting important laws like
    the Right to Free and Compulsory Education of Children. The owner of the
    largest commercial chain of schools in Lucknow, City Montessori School,
    received honours from the state despite refusing admission to children
    from disadvantaged Valmiki community of sanitation workers on an
    official order. After 13 children from this community were admitted by a
    court order in 2015, the school refused to again admit 58 students in
    2016.

    On its part, the BJP is suffering from the impact of
    DEMONetisation. UP is not like the home state of the prime minister. In
    Gujarat, people may not have an option and tolerate any inconvenience.
    But people in UP were irritated by the ban on Rs. 500 and 1000 notes
    because of the inconvenience it caused them. Long queues and repeated
    visits to banks has been a humiliating experience for many. Moreover,
    the purpose of the exercise doesn’t seem to have been fulfilled.


    Because of the listless performance of Akhilesh Yadav in Lucknow and
    Narendra Modi at the centre, it appears that voters in Uttar Pradesh are
    not averse to giving another chance to Mayawati. She did, after all,
    deal firmly with law and order and communal situations with a heavy hand
    in the past – something which goes in her favour at this point.

    Sandeep Pandey is a Magsaysay Award-winning activist and scholar who co-founded Asha for Education


    Muslim voters have more faith in Mayawati than in the Samajwadi Party
    thewire.in

    BJP will distort the EVM to win the election :

    Watch the Youtube.

    But BJP, Congress and SP who gobbled the Master Key will have to compete among themselves but already got exposed.

    Ms Mawati will win all the seats in UP

    Dr Subramaniyan Swamy rightly said that Ms Mayawati will triumph like Trump.
    Ms
    Mayawati’s BSP won 80 % seats in the last UP Panchayat elections
    conducted with Ballot Papers. Swamy successfully established that the
    EVMs could be distorted.

    But the ex CJI had committed agrave
    error of judgement by ordering that the EVMs to be replaced in a phased
    manner because of the cost of Rs 1600 crores involved in replacing the
    entire EVMs as suggested by ex CEC Sampath.Only 8 out of 543 seats in
    2014 Lok Sabha were replaced which helped Mr of democratic institutions
    gobble the Master Key.

    Now the CEC said that the entire EVMs will be replaced only in 2019 with VVPAT.

    In UP Assembly only in 20 constituencies the EVMs are replaced.

    But there is a fight between Cong, SP and BJP who all benefited by these EVMs. Hence Swaym’s statement.

    http://indianexpress.com/…/to-reach-out-mayawati-looks-bey…/


    To counter the rhetoric of Modi and to showcase that she is also an
    influential public figure who strikes a chord with her audience.


    Mayawati is being forced to give a “tit-for-tat reply” to Modi for his
    remark at a rally that BSP has become “Behenji Sampatti Party”, Mayawati
    described Narendra Damodardas Modi’s initials as “Negative Dalit Man”.

    She said she had devoted her life to the BSP and had not got married. “My people consider me a treasure for themselves,”


    At her rally in Banda on Saturday, after finishing her speech, she
    turned to the women in the audience. “I would ask my sisters and mothers
    that they should give food to the old and the ill on the day of polling
    but themselves observe a fast. They should eat only after having cast
    their votes. Similarly, they should not give food to their husbands and
    children until they have cast their votes,” she said to loud applause.

    She has also added the touch of a conversationalist, leaning on the casual quip and sometimes the swipe.


    “Result aane ke baad, sare opinion poll ki pol khul jayegi (All these
    opinion polls, showing BSP at third position, will be exposed when the
    results come in),” she said at a rally.

    Then she said that Modi
    should not give out what she said was wrong information on the BSP
    government’s record on electrification — “he can ask me for correct
    information by just writing a letter to me,” she said.

    Explaining
    deposits of about Rs 100 crore in BSP’s accounts after demonetisation,
    she said that this money was not “black money” and, being a lawyer
    herself, she was well aware of Income-Tax rules.

    She has not
    released any election manifesto arguing that parties “make a fool of the
    electorate” by making tall promises they never meet.

    Waiver of
    farm loans up to Rs 1 lakh; payment of all dues of farmers; a special
    drive to register FIRs for those who were turned away from the police
    stations during SP rule; allotment of government land to poor SC/STs and
    setting up a commission to look into the issues of traders.

    At
    her recent rallies, she has said that her government will provide
    financial help to students, not laptops or smart phones like the SP
    government has done or has promised. She has added that she will ensure
    “private and government jobs for the youth, not give out the
    unemployment allowance”.

    At her rally in Banda, she promised to
    improve the quality of food in schools. “Our government will not provide
    cheap food in schools the way SP government does. The food in schools
    will include milk, cake, biscuits, gram, eggs and fruits,” she said.


    Claiming that she will ensure the removal of all encroachments on land
    provided to SC/STs, she said that those guilty won’t go unpunished.
    “Inko is baar sookha nahin chhoda jayega(they will not be left dry this
    time),” she said after a pause, to underscore that her government will
    be hard on criminals. The audience, largely Sarvajan Samaj, responded
    with loud applause.


    The
    objective, sources in her party said, is to counter the rhetoric of the
    PM and to showcase that she is also an influential public figure who
    strikes a chord with her…
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    Chief of Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths (BJP) says instead of closing slaughter houses BJP will open Kasab (Butcher) shops.

    Sunil Sharma

    Several things come to my mind about fekuji slogans.
    BJP : Bahuth Jiyadha Paapis, Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths
    1. Bharathiya JUTTA PARTY.
    2. B Joker Party.
    3. B JUMLA party.
    4. B JUNGLEE PARTY ( Jungal Raj fame).
    5 B. JAPPA PARTY.


    PB

    Modi
    Shah BJP talk nonsense, worse than street gali and talk, does not befit
    their positions. Amit Shah you lied to your teeth in Times Now
    interview. You said Modi promised Rs. 15 Lacs for development. Go back
    and look at the videos of Modi speech where he clearly states every poor
    man will get Rs. 15 Lacs. Modi, Shah, Jaitley, BJP, STOP lying and
    fooling the Janta and giving false hopes.

    Rima

    These utterances clearly showing BJP losing the ground in UP, after half of the seats went for voting.

    Tapan Sur

    Why
    do political top leaders depend on dirty Acronym’s rather than what
    they have offered in governance to the people on whom they rule &
    what good they intend to do in future? Or is it the case that such
    language comes out of frustration because of impending storm?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vjl3DrhoWa8&t=7s
    खबरदार चुनाव जीतने के लिए भाजपा EVM से छेड़छाड़ कर सकती है | BJP may distort EMV to win election
    now with just 20 constituencies out of 403 constituencies the EVMs have been replaced with VVPAT
    Hence Modi, Venkaya Naidu and Amit Shaw say they are confident of winning as it happened in 2014 Lok sabha elections.

    Ms
    Mayawati’s BSP has already got 80% seats in UP Panchayat elections
    which was conducted with Ballot papers. Now with DENONetisation she says
    that she will win in all the seats.


    http://indianexpress.com/…/uttar-pradesh-elections-narendr…/
    Uttar Pradesh elections:Modi giving casteist, communal tinge to campaign, says Mayawati

    Mayawati reiterated her allegation that a BJP government will end reservation.


    BSP CHIEF Mayawati on Tuesday said that Modi is trying to give a
    “casteist and communal colour” to the election campaign in UP because
    Modi has “realised” after three phases of polling that the party will
    not form the next government in Lucknow. “In last three to four days,
    the Modi has given wrong statements, including caste and religious
    angles…because BJP know their party is not doing well,” she said in a
    statement.

    Referring to Modi’s remark that if burial grounds are
    being built, then crematoriums should also be constructed, Mayawati
    said, “First, they should build crematoriums for Hindus living in
    villages of BJP-ruled states, then talk about it in UP.”

    A day
    after calling Modi “Negative Dalit Man” Mayawati on Tuesday labelled him
    and the BJP “anti-SC/STs” at a rally in Gonda. She said SC/ST, tribal
    and backward communities face “atrocities under the BJP’s ideology”.
    “The case of Rohith Vemula is an example,” she said. Vemula, a SC PhD
    scholar in Hyderabad, had committed suicide last year alleging
    discrimination.

    Mayawati reiterated her allegation that a BJP will end reservation.


    Mayawati reiterated her allegation that a BJP government will end reservation.
    indianexpress.com

    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/…/union-budget-2…/1/873262.html
    Jaitley and Modi go ta-rum-pum with their Budget

    Jaitley and Modi go ta-rum-pum with their Budget
    Moments after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presented Union Budget
    2017-18 in Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was congratulated
    Jaitley and called the document tabled in Lok Sabha a “FUTURE”.
    F-U-T-U-R-E stands for Farmers, the Underprivileged, Technology, Urban
    development, Rural development, and Employment.



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    UP polls: In latest verbal attack, Amit Shah links BJP opponents with 26/11 attacker


    Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) & Shah are Butchers of
    human beings. Until these Kasabs are laid to rest, development and
    prosperity will continue to elude the state and the country.

    SP
    gave laptops based on people’s caste and religion and the BJP gives only
    to the 1% intolerant, violent , militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic,
    mentally retarded, terrorist, cannibal chitpawan brahmin psychopaths RSS
    (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks) for their stealth, shadowy, discriminatory
    hindutva cult rashtra.

    Highlights

    BJP president Amit Shah urged the people of Uttar Pradesh to free the state from “KASAB”.
    He also claimed that SP gave laptops based on people’s caste and religion.
    The high voltage campaigning for the state election has been marked by barbs and offensive personal jibes.

    Related Videos
    Amit Shah links BJP opponents with 26/11 attackerAmit Shah links BJP opponents …
    NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on
    Wednesday used the name of 26/11 attacker to refer to the opposition and
    urged the people of Uttar Pradesh to free the state from “KASAB”.


    “By KASAB, I mean Congress, Samajwadi and BSP. Until and unless Kasab
    is laid to rest, development and prosperity will continue to elude the
    state,” Amit Shah explained as he unleashed another scathing attack on
    the opposition in the state.

    “In this election, people of UP
    should get rid of Kasab. I say it again, people of UP should get rid of
    Kasab,” Shah said while addressing an election rally in Gorakhpur’s
    Chauri Chaura.

    He also claimed that SP gave laptops based on people’s caste and religion.


    The BJP President exuded confidence that the party would storm to power
    in Uttar Pradesh with two-thirds majority. That is because BJP
    distorted EVM to win elections.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vjl3DrhoWa8&t=7s
    खबरदार चुनाव जीतने के लिए भाजपा EVM से छेड़छाड़ कर सकती है | BJP may distort EMV to win election
    now with just 20 constituencies out of 403 constituencies the EVMs have been replaced with VVPAT
    Hence Venkaya Naidu and Amit Shaw say they are confident of winning as it happened in 2014 Lok sabha elections.
    Ms Mayawati’s BSP has already got 80% seats in UP Panchayat elections
    which was conducted with Ballot papers. With the DEMONetisation she will
    win all the seats.

    Voters of the state are fed up with misrule under successive BJP and Congress governments ever since independence.


    UP Chief Minister Akhilesh says ‘kaam boltaa hai (performance speaks),
    but no work appears to have been done so far. But, the state has
    emerged as number one in terms of crime against women, rape, loot and
    hooliganism.

    SP already knew it was fighting a losing battle in the UP polls, and hence it went for a pre-poll alliance with the Congress.


    If the state government had done something concrete and was confident
    about its performance, there would have been no need for alliance (with
    Congress).

    Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi and Akhilesh as
    two princes — one giving tough times to his mother and the other to his
    father. And the voters of UP are feeling troubled by both of them along
    with Modi, Shah Jathi Familywadi parties (JFP) vultures of a feather
    flock together to feed on the bodies of Sarjan Samaj voters.

    The
    high voltage campaigning for the Uttar Pradesh election has been marked
    by barbs, witty acronyms and offensive personal jibes

    Sunil Sharma

    Several things come to my mind about fekuji slogans.
    BJP : Bahuth Jiyadha Paapis, Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths
    1. Bharathiya JUTTA PARTY.
    2. B Joker Party.
    3. B JUMLA party.
    4. B JUNGLEE PARTY ( Jungal Raj fame).
    5 B. JAPPA PARTY.

    “SCAM” is ‘Save Country from Amit Shah and Modi’

    Mayawati retorted instantly, saying the initials of Narendra Damodardas Modi stood for “Negative Dalit Man”.


    Modi is anti-SC/STs…this negative SC/ST man+ does not like that
    common people give small contributions in running the BSP movement which
    is also run through donations,”Mayawati said.

    “BJP is now referred as Bhartiya Jumla Party not only in Uttar Pradesh but also outside the state,” the BSP leader said.


    When Dadasaheb Manyawar Kanshiram was treading in his
    Techno-politico.socio Transformation and Economic Emancipation path he
    said ” A Gadha (donkey) (RSS BJP) crossed my path and asked me to sit on
    his back. After sometimes the donkey started acting funny. Hence I got
    down and started to continue to tread on my path. The path now being
    followed by Behanji Mayawati who has become the Mother Maha Mayawati of
    Prabuddha bharath. In 2019 she will be the PM with the entire EVMs being
    replaced by VVPAT as said by the CEC.

    Terrorists Modi and Amit shah Chor Gurus Chandal Shiyas Akilesh and Rahul of Jathi Fanilywadi Parties (JFP)

    http://www.assam123.com/america-enlisted-rss-one-biggest-t…/

    BJP (Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths) remotely controlled by just 1%
    intolerant, militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded
    chitpawan brahmin psychopaths of RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks ) for their
    stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hindutva cult rashtra are themselves
    the top terrorists of the world.

    America enlisted RSS in one of the Biggest Terrorist Organisation in the World

    A US-based risk management and consulting company has put the Rashtriya
    Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in its category of ‘Threat Group’ and called it
    “a shadowy, discriminatory group that seeks to establish a hndutva cult
    rashtra.”

    Terrorism Watch & Warning provides intelligence,
    research, analysis, watch and warning on international terrorism and
    domestic terrorism related issues; and is operated by OODA Group LLC
    that helps clients identify, manage, and respond to global risks and
    uncertainties while exploring emerging opportunities and developing
    robust and adaptive strategies for the future.

    The RSS was
    banned in 1948 following the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi by an
    chitpawan brahmin as the owners of RSS member, Nathuram Godse.

    Violence as ‘Group Activities’ for the RSS, “Violence has been a
    strategy for the Sangh movement against minority groups. Stealth shadowy
    discriminatory hindutva cult has been clear about the need for
    violence, particularly communal riots. The Sangh has incited rioting to
    cause further chasms between religions, and thus a further separation of
    religions, and to rally the Hindu community around the philosophy of
    hindutva cult.”

    The Terrorism Watch & Warning database
    contains over 1,00,000 Open source intelligence (OSINT) excerpts from
    1999 to present on terrorism and security related issues, attack
    database of over 10,000 attacks, original terrorism analysis, terrorism
    document repository, Homeland Security Fact Sheets and profiles over 500
    Terrorist/Threat Groups.

    http://www.abplive.in/…/uttar-pradesh-elections-bjps-legal-…

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/…/articlesh…/49943534.cms

    KOLKATA: Claiming that the activists of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
    (RSS) have been indicted in at least 13 terror cases across India,
    former Maharashtra inspector general of police S M Mushrif on Thursday
    described the BJP’s ideological mentor as India’s number one terrorist
    organisation.

    “RSS activists have been chargesheeted in at least
    13 cases of terror acts in which RDX has been used. If organisations
    like Bajrang Dal are taken into the account, then the number of such
    cases goes up to 17,” Mushrif said at an event in Kolkata.

    “The
    RSS is India’s number one terrorist organisation, there is no doubt on
    this,” said Mushrif, referring to the 2007 Mecca Masjid bombing in
    Hyderabad, the 2006 and 2008 Malegaon blasts in Maharashtra and the 2007
    Samjhauta Express bombings among others.

    During elections they
    attempt to provoke violence by raking up issues such as Triple Talaq,
    Removal of reservation, RSSIse Ram Temple, RSSised anti-reservationist
    Sardar patel statue and RSSised Shivaji statue costing Rs 3000 crores
    each.But not for replacing the entire EVMs which costs Rs 1600 crores
    according to ex CEC Sampath because of which the ex CJI had committed a
    grave error of judgement by ordering that the EVMs should be replaced in
    a phased manner. Only 8 out of 543 lok Sabha 2014 were replaced. This
    helped Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) to gobble the Master
    Key. Henve without any fear he is indulging in issues like the
    DEMONItisation anti reservation etc.,
    The present CEC says taht
    only in 2019 the entire EVMs will be replaced. Till such time he never
    ordered for Ballot Papers to be used which helped BSP of Ms Mayawati ti
    win majority seats in UP Panchayat elections.

    It is the duty of
    all people for democracy, liberty, freedom, equality and fraternity as
    enshrined in our Modern Constitution including the present CJI to
    dissolve all Central and State governments selected by these fraud EVMs
    and go for fresh elections with Ballot Papers till entire EVMs were
    replaced.

    And to initiate legal action on BJP and RSS for their terrorist activities.And also ban these outfits.

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    Uttar Pradesh elections 2017: BJP will do away with reservations, target Dalits if voted to power, says Mayawati

    Alleging that the BJP would foment trouble in Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati said that atrocities against SC/STs will be on the rise.


    Addressing a Bahujan Samaj Party rally in Faizabad, former Uttar
    Pradesh chief minister Mayawati on Wednesday claimed that the Bharatiya
    Janata Party will do away with reservations if voted to power. “If BJP
    comes to power in the elections, all reservations will go away, have got
    information from sources,” Mayawati said.

    Alleging that the BJP
    would foment trouble in Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati added that atrocities
    against SC/STs will be on the rise. She also described BJP as ” Bhartiya
    Jumla Party”. “Not only in Uttar Pradesh, people across the country
    know BJP as Bharatiya Jumla Party,” she said.

    I have to give a
    tit-for-tat. Narendra Modi’s full name is Narendra Damodardas Modi…N
    stands for negative, D stands for Dalit and M stands for man. It means
    that Modi is an anti-SC/ST man not by character, face, intention and
    policy, but also by his name. It is important for people to remain
    vigilant about his negative thinking and deeds.”

    Mayawati is
    campaigning for the BSP ahead of phase 5 of the Uttar Pradesh polls.
    Polling for the 52 Constituencies begins on February 27.

    Just 1%
    intolerant, violent, militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally
    retarded, terrorist, cannibal chitpawan brahmin psychopaths have a wrong
    notion that merit, skill, performance are their grand father’s property
    and all other 99 % sarvajan samaj of the world are nothing. Rakshasa
    Swayam Sewak (RSS) chief and all his followers are mostly dropouts and
    are not constitutional experts. the other non-chitpawan brahmins are
    just use and throw curry leaves who are chamchas, chelas, slavesboot
    lickers and own mothers flesh eaters who keep dancing to their tunes for
    the greed of power and moneybetraying their own castes.

    Modi said the Budget was farmer-centric and aimed to boost the agriculture sector.


    Moments
    after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presented Union Budget 2017-18 in
    Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was congratulated Jaitley and
    called the…
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    BJP ke yahan satta pe aane par, kitne Rohith Vemula va SC/ST Una cases honge, iska aap andaaza laga sakte hain: Mayawati

    Now the whole country will call BJP as ‘Bhartiya Jumla Party’

    Sunil Sharma

    Several things come to my mind about fekuji slogans.
    BJP : Bahuth Jiyadha Paapis, Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths
    1. Bharathiya JUTTA PARTY.
    2. B Joker Party.
    3. B JUMLA party.
    4. B JUNGLEE PARTY ( Jungal Raj fame).
    5 B. JAPPA PARTY.

    If BJP comes to power in the elections, all reservations will go away. I have got information from sources: BSP Chief Mayawati.

    BSP, if voted to power, will not discriminate against anyone.

    BSP will form the government on its won, says Mayawati.




























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    2146 Wed 22 Feb 2017 LESSONS Karnataka BSP agitation on Reservation in promotion at all district head quarters including at Town Hall Bangalore at 10:30 AM http://post.jagran.com/…/bsp-mayawati-on-reservation-for-sc… http://www.india.com/…/mayawati-criticises-mohan-bhagwats-…/ Mayawati criticises Mohan Bhagwat’s remarks on quota regime-
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    LESSONS


    Karnataka BSP agitation on Reservation in promotion at all district head quarters including at Town Hall Bangalore at 10:30 AM

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    Mayawati criticises Mohan Bhagwat’s remarks on quota regime


    BSP supremo Mayawati  attacked RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s statement
    on review of quota regime and threatened a nationwide protest against
    Modi if it “toed” the line of the Sangh leader. “If the Modi tries to
    toe the line of Bhagwat, if it tries to tamper with the humanitarian
    provision of reservation as enshrined in the Constitution, then BSP will
    launch a nation-wide mass agitation which will prove costly to Modi”
    she said.

    The former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister said the RSS
    wants to push the SC/STs and the downtrodden back into the “dark ages of
    exploitation” against which B R Ambedkar had to struggle and framed a
    Constitution based on humanitarian considerations. She claimed Bhagwat’s
    remarks have created a lot of anguish among the SC/STs and the
    backwards. “But so far neither Modi nor the BJP have come out openly to
    reject the demand of the RSS for which the BSP criticises them in
    strongest possible words.”

    She “warned” Modi of a nation-wide
    stir if it takes any step in favour of the RSS chief’s demand. “We did
    the same during the rule of Atal Bihari Vajpayee government when it
    tried to end reservation in the garb of Constitution review. The then
    government was forced to withdraw its agenda,” she said. She said BSP is
    concerned on the issue of review of the reservation policy as the reins
    of the Modi are in the hands of the RSS. “Modi can any time definitely
    do something in one way or the other to tamper with the arrangement of
    reservation.

    Therefore, we will keep a vigil on the issue,” she
    said. Dubbing BJP and Congress as “extremely casteist”, Mayawati said
    the two have done little to improve the condition of the SC/STs and the
    backwards in the last several years.The former UP Chief Minister alleged
    that while reservation in promotion system has virtually come to an
    end, there are several vacancies in government jobs meant for SCs and
    STs which are not being filled.

    She said once a constitutional
    amendment bill granting reservation in promotion is cleared by
    Parliament, it will help the downtrodden. But the Congress and the BJP,
    she alleged, are going slow on the subject.

    Referring to BJP and
    RSS, she said they are only interested in “communal issues like ‘ghar
    wapsi’ and ‘love jehad’ but atrocities on SC/STs and backwards never
    perturb them.” Bhagwat had remarked that as reservation has been used as
    a political tool, there was a need to review the reservation policy.
    Bhagwat’s remarks came amid the continuing Patel quota stir in Gujarat.
    He said though “interest groups” do get formed in democracy, aspirations
    of one section should not be met at the cost of others. In an interview
    to Sangh organs ‘Organiser’ and ‘Panchjanya’, the RSS chief had pitched
    for constitution of a committee with representatives from the civil
    society to go into the issue.

    Mohan Bagawat is a dropout and not a
    Constitutional expert. He wants all the top administrative posts in
    service sector under brahmins to continue. Reservation in promotions
    dilutes this system where SC/ST/OBCs also occupy these posts.Infact
    there must be a collegate system in the top administrative posts such
    as CJI, CEC etc., representing SC/STs/OBCs/Minorities and poor upper
    castes for protecting justice for sarvajan Samaj. Not only in service
    sector even in trade, business and all other sectors there must be
    reservation for equal distribution of wealth as enshrined in our modern
    constitution for Sarvajan Hitay Sarvajan Sukhaya i.e., for the welfare,
    happiness and peace of all socities.


    He said though
    india.com|By Press Trust of India

    Mayawati seeks Constitutional amendment for SC, ST promotional quota


    BSP supremo Mayawati on Monday demanded that the Centre bring a
    Constitutional amendment bill during the current session of the
    Parliament to provide for reservation to SC and ST government employees
    in promotions.

    reservation to SC and ST government employees in
    promotions, BSP Mayawati for SC ST promotion quota, BSP Mayawati on
    reservation for SC ST in promotions, SC ST reservation in Uttar
    Pradesh ,

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    http://www.thehindu.com/elections/uttar-pradesh-2017/mayawati-accuses-modi-of-giving-casteist-communal-colour-to-uttar-pradesh-poll-campaign/article17341131.ece

    http://www.thehindu.com/…/mayawati-accu…/article17341131.ece


    Modi had said each village needs to have a graveyard and a cremation
    ground and people should get power on Eid as well as Diwali without
    discrimination.

    After dubbing Prime Minister Narendra Modi as
    “Mr. Negative SC/ST Man”, BSP chief Mayawati on Tuesday charged him and
    the BJP with trying to give a “casteist and communal tinge” to the poll
    campaign in Uttar Pradesh.

    “In the
    past couple of days, BJP and its top leaders, including Modi, have been
    issuing wrong statements after assessing that the party has fared badly
    in the first three phases of polling,” she said in a statement in
    Lucknow.

    Referring to Mr. Modi’s “graveyard-cremation ground” and
    “Diwali-Eid” comments, Ms. Mayawati said such a view is aimed at giving
    casteist and communal colour to polls.

    At a rally in Fatehpur on
    Sunday, Modi said each village needs to have a graveyard and a
    cremation ground and the people should get power on Eid as well as
    Diwali without discrimination.

    Ms. Mayawati said Modi should get
    cremation ground in each village in BJP-ruled States first and then talk
    about it in Uttar Pradesh.

    “Modi seems to be giving polls
    casteist and communal hue… before saying this, he should see whether
    every village in BJP-ruled States like Haryana and M.P. have the same
    facility,” she said.

    “Such kind of wrong statements prove that
    they have stooped to politics of lies,” she said, adding the BJP has
    lowered the level of politics which is not good for democracy.


    “Modi says BJP does not indulge in caste and communal politics, but this
    is wrong,” Ms. Mayawati said, also citing the Rohith Vemula case.


    She said the BJP has not given ticket to even a single Muslim candidate
    in U.P. which has some 18 to 20% population of the community.


    The BSP on the other hand has given representation to all castes and
    religions in ticket allocation without discrimination, unlike the BJP
    and Modi, she claimed.

    The BJP, and especially Modi, are
    “frustrated” and have stooped to “petty” politics, she said, adding this
    indicates they are far from coming to power.

    Stressing that her
    party is poised for a full majority in the elections, she said the BJP
    and the Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance are fighting for second and
    third spots.


    The
    Prime Minister had said each village needs to have a graveyard and a
    cremation ground and people should get power on Eid as well as Diwali
    without discrimination.
    thehindu.com|By PTI


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    खबरदार चुनाव जीतने के लिए भाजपा EVM से छेड़छाड़ कर सकती है | BJP may distort EMV to win election
    now with just 20 constituencies out of 403 constituencies the EVMs have been replaced with VVPAT
    Hence Venkaya Naidu and Amit Shaw say they are confident of winning as it happened in 2014 Lok sabha elections.
    Ms
    Mayawati’s BSP has already got 80% seats in UP Panchayat elections
    which was conducted with Ballot papers. Now with DENONetisation she will
    win all the seats. In 2019 entire EVMs will be replaced said the CEC.
    Bahen Mayawati is being called as Mother Maha mayawati of Prabuddha
    Bharath.

    Since Congress started distorting EVM in its favour and
    then SP to defeat BSP, It has to be watched as to whose benefit
    distorting, rigging and tampering will take place. Now the whole world
    is aware of the fact that the EVM could be distorted.
     
    खबरदार चुनाव जीतने के लिए भाजपा EVM से छेड़छाड़ कर सकती है | BJP may distort EMV to win election
    Just
    1% intolerant, violent, militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally
    retarded, terrorist, horrorist cannibal chitpawan brahmin of Rakshasa
    Swayam Sevaks (RSS) Jagaran had projected 300 seats for Bahuth Jiyadha
    Psychopaths (BJP) and was booked for action.
    When the BJP was in opposition the RSS favoured paper
    ballots. Now since BJP is in power the want these EVMs to keep tampering
    in their favour.

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    RSS favours paper ballots, EVMs subjected to public scrutinyNew Delhi | Saturday, Aug 28 2010 IST

    Joining
    the controversy regarding the reliablity of Electronic Voting Machines
    (EVMs) which have been questioned by political parties, the RSS today
    asked the Election Commission (EC) to revert back to tried and tested
    paper ballots and subject EVMs to public scrutiny whether these gadgets
    are tamper proof. In an editorial titled ‘Can we trust our EVMs?’, The
    Organiser, the RSS mouthpiece, noted it was a fact that till date an
    absolutely tamper-proof machine had not been invented and credibility of
    any system depends on ‘transparency, verifiability and trustworthiness’
    than on blind and atavistic faith in its infallibility. The issue is
    not a ‘private affair’ and it involves the future of India. Even if the
    EVMs were genuine, there was no reason for the EC to be touchy about it,
    the paper commented. The Government and the EC can’t impose EVMs as a
    fait accompli on Indian democracy as the only option before the voter.
    There were flaws like booth capturing, rigging, bogus voting, tampering
    and ballot paper snatching in the ballot paper system of polling leading
    the country to switch over to the EVMs and all these problems were
    relevant in EVMs too. Rigging was possible even at the counting stage.
    What made the ballot papers voter-friendly was that all aberrations were
    taking place before the public eye and hence open for corrections
    whereas the manipulations in the EVMs is entirely in the hands of powers
    that be and the political appointees manning the sytem, the paper
    commented. The EVM has only one advantage — ’speed’ but that advantage
    has been undermined by the staggered polls at times spread over three to
    four months. ‘’This has already killed the fun of the election
    process,’’ the paper noted. Of the dozen General Elections held in the
    country, only two were through the EVMs and instead of rationally
    addressing the doubts aired by reputed institutions and experts the
    Government has resorted to silence its critics by ‘intimidation and
    arrests on false charges’, the paper observed, recalling the arrest of
    Hyederabad-based technocrat Hari Prasad by the Mumbai Police. Prasad’s
    research has proved that the EVMs were ‘vulnerable to fraud’. The
    authorities want to send a message that anybody who challenges the EC
    runs the risk of persecution and harassment, the RSS observed. Most
    countries around the world looked at the EVMs with suspicion and
    countries like the Netherlands, Italy, Germany and Ireland had all
    reverted back to paper ballots shunning EVMs because they were ‘easy to
    falsify, risked eavesdropping and lacked transparency’. Democracy is too
    precious to be handed over to whims or an opaque establishment and
    network of unsafe gizmos. ‘’For the health of Indian democracy it is
    better to return to tried and tested methods or else elections in future
    can turn out to be a farce,’’ the editorial said.– (UNI) — 28DI28.xml

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    BJP (Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths) remotely controlled by just 1%
    intolerant, militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded
    chitpawan brahmin psychopaths of RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks ) for their
    stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hindutva cult rashtra are themselves
    the top terrorists of the world.

    America enlisted RSS in one of the Biggest Terrorist Organisation in the World

    A US-based risk management and consulting company has put the Rashtriya
    Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in its category of ‘Threat Group’ and called it
    “a shadowy, discriminatory group that seeks to establish a hndutva cult
    rashtra.”

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    domestic terrorism related issues; and is operated by OODA Group LLC
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    The RSS was
    banned in 1948 following the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi by an
    chitpawan brahmin as the owners of RSS member, Nathuram Godse.

    Violence as ‘Group Activities’ for the RSS, “Violence has been a
    strategy for the Sangh movement against minority groups. Stealth shadowy
    discriminatory hindutva cult has been clear about the need for
    violence, particularly communal riots. The Sangh has incited rioting to
    cause further chasms between religions, and thus a further separation of
    religions, and to rally the Hindu community around the philosophy of
    hindutva cult.”

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    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/…/articlesh…/49943534.cms

    KOLKATA: Claiming that the activists of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
    (RSS) have been indicted in at least 13 terror cases across India,
    former Maharashtra inspector general of police S M Mushrif on Thursday
    described the BJP’s ideological mentor as India’s number one terrorist
    organisation.

    “RSS activists have been chargesheeted in at least
    13 cases of terror acts in which RDX has been used. If organisations
    like Bajrang Dal are taken into the account, then the number of such
    cases goes up to 17,” Mushrif said at an event in Kolkata.

    “The
    RSS is India’s number one terrorist organisation, there is no doubt on
    this,” said Mushrif, referring to the 2007 Mecca Masjid bombing in
    Hyderabad, the 2006 and 2008 Malegaon blasts in Maharashtra and the 2007
    Samjhauta Express bombings among others.

    During elections they
    attempt to provoke violence by raking up issues such as Triple Talaq,
    Removal of reservation, RSSIse Ram Temple, RSSised anti-reservationist
    Sardar patel statue and RSSised Shivaji statue costing Rs 3000 crores
    each.But not for replacing the entire EVMs which costs Rs 1600 crores
    according to ex CEC Sampath because of which the ex CJI had committed a
    grave error of judgement by ordering that the EVMs should be replaced in
    a phased manner. Only 8 out of 543 lok Sabha 2014 were replaced. This
    helped Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) to gobble the Master
    Key. Henve without any fear he is indulging in issues like the
    DEMONItisation anti reservation etc.,
    The present CEC says taht
    only in 2019 the entire EVMs will be replaced. Till such time he never
    ordered for Ballot Papers to be used which helped BSP of Ms Mayawati ti
    win majority seats in UP Panchayat elections.

    It is the duty of
    all people for democracy, liberty, freedom, equality and fraternity as
    enshrined in our Modern Constitution including the present CJI to
    dissolve all Central and State governments selected by these fraud EVMs
    and go for fresh elections with Ballot Papers till entire EVMs were
    replaced.

    And to initiate legal action on BJP and RSS for their terrorist activities.And also ban these outfits.

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    The Constitution (117th Amendment) Bill, 2012

    • The Constitution (One Hundred Seventeenth Amendment) Bill, 2012 was
      introduced in the Rajya Sabha on September 5, 2012 by Mr. V
      Narayansamy, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and
      Pensions.

    • In 1992, the Supreme Court in the case of Indira Sawhney v Union of
      India had held reservations in promotions to be unconstitutional. 
      Subsequently in 1995, the central government had amended the
      Constitution and inserted Article 16(4A).  This provided for reservation
      in promotions for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes which in the
      opinion of the state are not adequately represented in the services.

    • In 2006, the Supreme Court in the case of M. Nagraj v Union of
      India upheld the constitutional validity of the amendment.  While
      upholding the validity of the amendment,  the court held that before
      framing any law on this issue, the state will have to satisfy the test
      of; (a) backwardness of the particular SC and ST group; (b) inadequate
      representation of the said group; and (c) efficiency of administration.

    • In April 2012, the Supreme Court struck down the UP Government
      Seniority Rules which provided for reservations in promotions.   The
      court held that the state government had not undertaken any exercise to
      identify whether there was backwardness and inadequate representation of
      Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the state government.

    • In light of the recent judgment of the Supreme Court, the central
      government has introduced the present Bill amending the Constitution.
      The Bill seeks to substitute Article 16(4A) of the Constitution of
      India. 

    • The Bill provides that all the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled
      Tribes notified in the Constitutional shall be deemed to be backward.  

    • Article 335 of the Constitution states that the claims of the
      Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes have to be balanced with
      maintaining efficiency in administration.  The Bill states that
      provision of the amendment shall override the provision of Article 335.

    http://www.legalservicesindia.com/article/article/critical-analysis-on-reservation-policy-in-india-1331-1.html

    Critical Analysis on Reservation Policy in India


    Introduction & Research Methodology
    The provisions available in the Constitution
    of India, based on which orders relating to reservations in services
    for Scheduled Castes (SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs) and other Backward
    Classes (OBCs) have been issued by Department of Personnel &
    Training and Ministries of Social Justice of Government of India. The
    provisions made in the Articles 16, 335, 338, 340, 341 & 342 of the Constitution
    relate to reservation, protection and safeguards, in public employment
    in respect of the persons belonging to the SCs/STs and other backward
    classes.

    Article
    16 enables the ‘State’ to make provisions for reservation of
    appointments or posts in favour of SCs, STs and OBCs. However, the
    detailed provisions regarding the quantum and the applicability of
    reservation in appointment or posts are governed by the orders issued
    from time to time by the Department of Personnel &Training,
    Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension, Government of
    India. The applicability of reservation orders is dependent on the
    method of recruitment. Not only the percentage of reservation but also
    the procedure of the application of reservation will depend and vary
    according to the method of recruitment

    However the job
    reservation policy has three important flaws. First, it has a
    “discriminatory bias against Muslims who do not benefit from such
    policies”. Second, it emphasises caste or tribe rather then income or
    wealth:

    The goal of reservation in India has been to bring
    about an improvement in the welfare who, historically, have been
    economically and socially depressed. But, in arriving at this judgement
    about who should be eligible for reservation, the criterion has been a
    person’s caste rather than his income or wealth. Consequently, groups
    belonging to what Article 115 of the Indian Constitution
    calls “socially and educationally backward classes” have benefited
    from reservation even though, in practice, many of these groups could
    not be regarded as “backward”. This has meant that many of the benefits
    of reservation have been captured by well-off groups from the
    depressed classes (for example, chamars from the SC) while poorer
    groups from the depressed (for example, bhangis from the SC) have
    failed to benefit.

    Statement of Problem / Research Question
    However the job reservation policy has three important flaws. First, it
    has a “discriminatory bias against Muslims who do not benefit from
    such policies”. Second, it emphasises caste or tribe rather then income
    or wealth:

    The goal of reservation in India has been to bring
    about an improvement in the welfare who, historically, have been
    economically and socially depressed. But, in arriving at this judgement
    about who should be eligible for reservation, the criterion has been a
    person’s caste rather than his income or wealth. Consequently, groups
    belonging to what Article 115 of the Indian Constitution
    calls “socially and educationally backward classes” have benefited
    from reservation even though, in practice, many of these groups could
    not be regarded as “backward”. This has meant that many of the benefits
    of reservation have been captured by well-off groups from the
    depressed classes (for example, chamars from the SC) while poorer
    groups from the depressed (for example, bhangis from the SC) have
    failed to benefit.

    Objective
    The objective of this project is:
    Ø To study the implementation of reservation policy.
    Ø To find out the actual need of the reservation policy.

    Hypothesis
    The researcher has made certain assumption in the beginning of the
    research project which are going to be tested during the project, they
    are the following.
    Ø The reservation policy for jobs for SC & ST should be changed. As there is vast change in today’s condition.
    Ø The reservation policy should be based on the economical basis not on
    the class or caste basis. If it caste based then we are only creating
    discrimination with them.

    Scope Of The Study
    The research is a doctrinal research. The researcher here would like to
    study only the judicial viewpoints in the appointment of SC & ST
    in various jobs in public and private sector. The researcher has tried
    to analysis the topic by studying various authors, experts, cases of
    The Indian Apex Court and High courts, articles, etc. The researcher
    has strictly followed the boundary and has studied only with reference
    to Indian authors, experts, cases, etc.

    Welfare Schemes
    Information is also collected in respect of benefits accruing under
    different central/state sponsored schemes to Scheduled Tribe Workers
    and their families. The concepts of sub-plan approach for tribal
    development are being formulated and implemented in the state since the
    beginning of the 5th plan. The blocks having 50 per cent tribal
    concentration are brought under the umbrella of the tribal Sub-Plans.
    The tribal Sub-Plan envisages the integrated development of the Tribal
    area in which all programmes irrespective of their source of funding
    operate in unison to achieve a common goal or bringing the area at par
    with the rest of the state and to improve the quality of life of
    Tribals. Integrated Tribal Development Agencies were formed to
    co-ordinate implementation of various Schemes.

    There are some
    other social welfare schemes in vogue in the state viz. Old Age
    Pension/WP, National Old Age Pension Scheme, Gujarat Disability Pension
    Scheme, National Family Benefit Scheme, Personal Accident Insurance
    Social Security Scheme, Supply of Special Aids and Appliances to
    Handicapped persons and scholarships to disabled students. It has been
    reported that Scheduled Tribe families were benefited by these schemes
    in Schedule Tribe belt area. Gujarat Scheduled Castes and Scheduled
    Tribe Development Finance Corporation was providing economic assistance
    to SC/ST families living below the poverty line by way of arranging
    institutional credit under the Margin Money Loan Programme (MMLP) for
    various income generating schemes. Apart from the above schemes,
    Scheduled Tribe students were given scholarships, books, boarding and
    lodging facilities to the eligible students in order to promote
    literacy and education amongst Scheduled Tribes.

    Two types of
    schemes were run by the Labour Welfare Organization in Gujarat, one for
    the direct benefit for workers and the other for managements. The
    schemes for direct benefit of Schedule Tribe workers pertain to health,
    housing and education. Under health sector there are schemes for the
    benefits of T.B. patients, Leprosy patients, Mental Patients, schemes
    for supply of free spectacles, scheme for Cancer patients, schemes for
    reimbursement of expenditure as financial assistance to S. T Workers
    suffering form heart disease, kidney transplantation etc and fatal and
    serious accidents benefits scheme. Under these schemes different type
    of benefits like free treatment, medicines, subsistence allowance,
    traveling allowance, diet charges, reimbursement of expenditure,
    financial aid etc. are given to the Scheduled Tribe workers. Under
    housing sector assistance upto Rs.40,000/- is provided to Scheduled
    Tribes to construct a new house or repair of the old house with some
    conditions. In additions to the above welfare schemes, the following
    schemes run by the office of Vigilance Officer for the Tribal
    development for the development of the Scheduled Tribe are in four
    parts (1) Education (2) Economic development (3) Health and housing (4)
    Administration, Directions etc.

    Education Scheme
    Examination Fee: The students in SSC and equivalent standard appearing
    in the SSC board examination are provided with examination fee ranging
    from Rs 170/- to Rs. 200/- Scholarship: Students with 38 per cent
    results in Govt. Schools, Govt. recognized schools and with 45 per cent
    result in Private Schools were given yearly scholarship of Rs.125/- to
    Rs.200/- per year. Tuition fee of Rs.250/- p.m. paid to the students
    whose parents/guardian income was less than Rs.24000 p.a. Scholarship
    were also sanctioned to girl students whose family income exceeds
    between Rs.50,920 p.a. Engineering medical & B. Sc(Agri) Diploma
    courses are given Rs.510 to Rs.740/- for Residential hostel, while for
    the day scholars it is Rs.330/ p.m. In addition to the above narrated
    schemes the following schemes are also in vogue (i) free uniform (ii)
    food assistance scheme (iii) free Bicycle scheme (iv) financial
    assistance to medical and engineering students to purchase educational
    equipments upto Rs 1000/- (v) cash payment scheme to S. T. college
    students and (vi) Balwadi scheme in which 90 per cent to 100 per cent
    Grant-in-aid was provided. Under the housing sector, assistance upto
    Rs.40,000 is provided to Scheduled Tribes to construct or purchase a new
    house or repair of the old house.

    Some of the other welfare
    schemes are also functioning like Social education camps are arranged
    to educate the S.T people to take out from backwardness and to give
    information about these schemes and for these camp Rs.5000/- has been
    sanctioned. The Public cell Scheduled Tribe Atrocities Assistance also
    provides atrocity assistance. Kunwar bair Noo Mameroo assistance and
    Saat Phere Samooh Lagna scheme were also in vogue and Rs.1000 to
    Rs.5000 are given.

    Reservation In Service For Sc & ST
    In this Unit we shall discuss the provisions available in the Constitution
    of India, based on which orders relating to reservations in services
    for Scheduled Castes (SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs) and other Backward
    Classes (OBCs) have been issued by Department of Personnel &
    Training and Ministries of Social Justice of Government of India. The
    provisions made in the Articles 16, 335, 338, 340, 341 & 342 of the Constitution
    relate to reservation, protection and safeguards, in public employment
    in respect of the persons belonging to the SCs/STs and other backward
    classes.

    3.1 Constitutional Provisions
    Every Constitution has philosophy of its own. The Preamble of our Constitution
    proclaims the resolution of PEOPLE OF INDIA to constitute India into a
    SOVEREIGN, SOCIALIST, SECULAR AND DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to
    all its citizens:

    JUSTICE, social, economic and political;
    LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship; EQUALITY of
    status and opportunity; and to promote among them all ; FRATERNITY
    assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of
    the Nation. The ward ’social justice’ in the Preamble implies
    recognition of greater good to a larger number without deprivation of
    legal rights of anybody.

    The concept of equality, enshrined in the Preamble has also found expression as a fundamental right in Article 14 to 16, which we shall discuss in the next section.

    3.1.1 Right To Equality-Article 14
    The Article 14 of the Constitution is one of the fundamental rights of the Constitution of India. Let us now know about this Article. Article 14 of the Constitution
    reads: “The state shall not deny to any person equality before the law
    or the equal protection of the laws within the territory of India” What
    do the two phrases in this Article
    namely “equality before the law” and “equal protection of law” mean?
    On the face of it the two phrases may seem to be identical, but in
    fact, they mean different things.

    While “Equality before the
    law” is negative concept; “equal protection of laws” is a positive one.
    The former declares that everyone is equal before law, that no one can
    claim privileges and that all classes are equally subject to the
    ordinary law of the land. “Equal protection of Law”, on the other hand
    means, that among equals, the law should be equal and equally
    administered. That like should be treated as like. Or in other words,
    persons differently circumstanced need not be treated in the same
    manner. For example ‘Equal protection of Law’ does not mean that every
    persons shall be taxed equally, but that persons under the same
    category should be taxed by the same standard. The guarantee of “equal
    protection” thus is a guarantee of equal treatment of persons in “equal
    circumstances” permitting differentiation in different circumstances.
    If there were a reasonable basis for classification, the legislature
    would be entitled to make different treatment. Thus, the legislature
    may (i) exempt certain classes of property from taxation at all, such
    as charities, libraries etc; (ii) impose different specific taxes upon
    different trades and profession.


    Illustration of reasonable classification: Yusuf V. State of Bombay, AIR.1954 S.C.321

    3.1.2 Safeguards for public employment(Art-16)
    In the previous section we learnt about Article 14 and the doctrine of equality”. In this Unit we will learn in detail about Article 16, which is regarding equality of opportunity in the matter of employment under State Article
    16 of the constitution provides for equality of opportunity for all
    citizens in matters relating to employment or appointment to any office
    under the state. Article 16 reads as under:

    Clause(1):There shall be equality of opportunity for all citizens in
    matters relating to employment or appointment to any office under the
    State.

    Clause(2):No citizen shall on grounds only of religion,
    race, caste sex, descent, place of birth, residence or any of them, be
    ineligible for, or discriminated against in respect of any employment
    of office under the State.

    Clause (3): Nothing in this article
    shall prevent Parliament from making any law prescribing, in regard to a
    class or classes of employment or appointment to an office under the
    Government of or any local or other authority within, a State or Union
    Territory, any requirement as to residence within that State or Union
    Territory prior to such employment or appointment.

    Clause (4)- Nothing in this Article
    shall prevent the State from making any provision for the reservation
    of appointments or posts in favour of any backward class of citizens
    which in the opinion of the State, is not adequately represented in the
    services under the state”.

    Clause (4-A): Nothing in this
    article shall prevent the State from making provision for reservation
    in matters of promotion to any class or classes of posts in the
    services under the State in favour of the Scheduled Castes and the
    Scheduled Tribes, which in the opinion of the State are not adequately
    represented in the service of the State.

    Clause (4-B): Nothing
    in this article shall prevent the State from considering any unfilled
    vacancies of a year which are reserved for being filled up in that year
    in accordance with any provision for reservation made under clause (4)
    or Clause (4-A) as a separate class of vacancies to be filled up in any
    succeeding year or years and such class of vacancies shall not be
    considered together with the vacancies of the year in which they are
    being filled up for determining the ceiling of fifty percent
    reservation on total number of vacancies of that year (Constitution 81stAmendment Act, 2000).

    3.1.3 Limitations of the Safeguard-Article 335
    Article 335 of the Constitution
    originally read as under:- “ The claim of the members of the Scheduled
    castes and the Scheduled Tribes shall be taken in to consideration,
    consistently with the maintenance of efficiency of administration, in
    the making of appointments to services and posts in connection with the
    affairs of the Union or of the State.”

    The Hon’ble Supreme Court has held in a number of cases, that Article 335 operates as a limitation to the provision contained in Article 16(4) though Article 16(4) does not specifically refer to Article
    335 or raise any question of maintenance of efficiency of the
    administration. Thus, reservation for the backward class will be struck
    down as violative of Article
    14 and 16(1), if it is unreasonably excessive. While forming an
    opinion for making reservations the State shall also take cognisance of
    the limitation set out in Art.335 i.e. whether making reservation is
    consistent with the maintenance of efficiency of administration. 82nd
    Amendment Act, 2000, amended the Article
    335. The background for the amendment was that the Hon’ble Supreme
    Court in the case of S.Vinod Kumar Vs. U.O.I had held that the various
    instructions of Government providing for lower qualifying marks/lesser
    standard of evaluation in matter of promotion for candidates belonging
    to SC/ST are not permissible in view of the provisions contained in Article
    335. In view of this decision the various orders regarding lower
    qualifying marks/standard of evaluation for SC/ST in the matter of
    promotion were withdrawn by the Government w.e.f. 22.7.97. However, the
    Parliament decided to once again restore the relaxations and concession
    in promotion and the following proviso to Art.335 were added:-
    “Provided that nothing in this Article
    shall prevent in making of any provisions in favour of the members of
    the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes for relaxation in qualifying
    marks in any examination or lowering the standards of evaluation, for
    reservation in maters of promotion to any class or classes of services
    or posts in connection with the affairs of the Union or of a State”

    3.2 Percentage of reservation
    The percentage of reservation for each category viz. SC, ST and OBC in
    Promotion and Direct Recruitment as these are the only two methods of
    recruitment to which the orders on reservation are applicable. In
    general of SC it is 15%, for ST it is 7.5% & for OBC it is 27%

    3.3 Reservation In Direct Recruitment
    In the previous Unit, we learnt about the three categories of direct
    recruitment viz. (i) All India basis by open competition (ii) All India
    basis otherwise than open competition and (iii) recruitment to Group
    ‘C’ and ‘D’ posts normally attracting candidates from a locality or
    region. Until September 1993, in the method of ‘Direct recruitment’,
    reservations of posts were only for SCs and STs. From September 1993
    reservation for OBCs has also been provided in the case of direct
    recruitment. The percentage of reservation for SC, ST and OBC is
    different in each of the three types of direct recruitment and is shown
    in

    the table-1 below: -



    Sr. No.

     

    Category

    Share of Entitlement

    SC

    ST

    OBC

     

    1

    Direct recruitment on all-India

    basis by open competition

    15

    7.5

    27

    2

    Direct recruitment on all-India

    basis otherwise than by open

    competition

    16 2/3

    7.5

    25.84

    3

    Direct Recruitment to Group

    ‘C’ & ‘D’ posts which normally

    attract candidates from a

    locality or region

    Generally in proportion to the population of

    SCs, STs and OBCs in the respective

    States/Union Territory.

    Table 1


    %age in Recruitment made through Staff Selection Commission (SSC) by
    Open Competition In the previous section we learnt about the percentage
    of reservation in the three types of direct recruitment. So far as
    recruitment by Staff Selection commission is concerned, the percentage
    of reservation is further governed by the OPT’s O.M.No
    .36011/9/82-Estt.(SCT) dated 8.2.83.

    The examination conducted by SSC involves a mixture of following two kinds of nomination: -

    1. On the basis of a single common All India list and;
    2. On the basis of zone-wise lists
    (the whole country having been divided into a number of zones where
    each zone corresponds more or less to a State/U.T) drawn up in
    accordance with the centre-linked-zonal scheme under which candidates
    are eligible to be considered for appointment to posts in offices
    located in the Zone in which the centre of examination opted by the
    candidates falls, though the examination is common . where they have
    taken the examination. In view of this the percentage of reservation
    applicable in case the recruitment is through SSC can be put in tabular
    form as under:-

    Recruitment Made Through SSC



    RECRUITMENT MADE THROUGH SSC

     

    Sr. No.

     

    Method

    Share of Entitlement

    SC

    ST

    OBC

    1

     

    Organisations, which receive candidates from a single common

    All India, list.

    15

    7.5

    27

    2

     

     

    Organisations which receive candidates from the list prepared

    by SSC on the basis of Centrelinked zonal basis

     

    Proportion to the population of

    SC/ST/OBC of State.

    3

    Organisations spreading into

    more than one State/Union Territory

    Roster to be drawn up in consultation

    with DOPT taking into consideration

    the population of SC/ST/OBC in such

    areas


    The percentage of reservation for SC, ST and OBC in respect of each
    State and Union Territory has been prescribed by the Department of
    Personnel & Training and is available in the ‘Brochure on
    Reservation in Service’ (8th Edition) at P.P 494-502)

    For
    example the percentages of the following States are Andhra Pradesh - 15
    SC/ 06 ST/ 27OBC Karnataka - 15 SC/ 05 ST/ 27 OBC Tamil Nadu - 19 SC/
    01 ST/ 27 OBC

    Manipur - 01 SC/ 27 ST/ 22 OBC Sikkim - 06 SC/ 23 ST/ 21 OBC West Bengal - 22 SC/ 06 ST/ 22 OBC

    3.4 Percentage of reservation in promotion
    In the previous section we learnt that the percentage of reservation in
    the case of direct recruitment varied according to the various types
    of direct recruitment. However, the percentage of reservation in
    promotion is uniform i.e. 15% for SC and 7.5% for ST, irrespective of
    the mode of promotion.

    We had seen in the case of direct
    recruitment that reservation is applicable to all level of posts. Is
    the position same in the case of promotion also? The answer is ‘NO’.

    In seniority-cum-fitness mode, reservation in promotion is applicable
    to all level of posts i.e. in Groups C & D, Group C to Group B,
    within Group B, from Group B to Group A and within Group A. But in
    selection mode, reservation is NOT applicable in promotion within Group
    ‘A’. Promotion “Within Group A “ means, that the lower post (feeder
    post) and the higher post to which promotion is taking place, both
    belong to Group ‘A’.

    The applicability of reservation in various modes of promotion can be indicated in the table-3 below: -



    Mode of promotion

     

    Reservation applicable:

    YES

    NO

    Limited Departmental Competitive

    Examination (LDCE):

     Groups B,C & D.

    Yes

     

     

     

    Seniority-cum-fitness:

    In all groups (Groups A, B, C & D.)

    Yes

     

     

     

     

     

    selection

    Groups C & D, Group C to Group B,

    within Group B, from Group B to

    lowest rung of Group A.

    Yes

     

     

     

    Lowest rung of Group A to higher

    group A posts.

     

    No


    In the table-3 you can see that reservation in “Selection” mode is
    applicable upto the lowest rung of Group ‘A’. The lowest rung of Group A
    can either be the scale of Rs.8000-13500 (pre-revised 2200-4000) or
    could be 10000-15200 (pre-revised 3000-4500) , depending on whether the
    promotion in the particular service takes place from group ‘B’ to
    8000- 13500 or directly to 10000-15200 For example in the Central
    Secretariat Service, Section Officers (Rs.6500- 10500, Gp.’B’) with 8
    years of service are eligible for promotion to the post of Under
    Secretary ( Rs.10000-15200, Gp.’A’) and there is no intermediate scale
    of pay of Rs.8000-13500. Thus in the CSS, the lowest rung of group A
    will be 10000-15200 and reservation is applicable in the promotion from
    Section Officer to Under Secretary8.

    3.4.1 Concession In Promotion
    In the previous section we have learnt that in promotion reservation is
    not applicable in only one situation i.e. if the mode of promotion is
    by selection and promotion is taking place within group ‘A’. Although
    there is no reservation in such cases and, therefore, no posts are
    reserved for SC or ST but a ‘concession’ is available to SC/ST
    employees. In the next paragraph we will learn what is this
    ‘concession’. But it is important to understand that the ‘concession’
    is available only in promotion by selection within group ‘A’ which
    carry an ultimate salary of Rs.5700 (pre-revised scale) or less p.m.

    The concession available to the SC/ST Officers is, that those SC and ST
    Officers who are senior enough in the Z.O.C so as to be within the
    number of vacancies for which the select list has to be drawn, would be
    included in that list provided they are not considered unfit for
    promotion.

    Critical View on Reservation policy and Conclusion
    Now we have seen that government had kept various welfare schemes for
    the SC and ST in india. If we take few examples than reservations in
    educational systems, land allotments for residents( free of cost),
    agricultural land allotted free of cost for farming etc.

    I
    believe that there should be reservation in the educational system of
    india. Due to which they can also get good and higher education, but at
    the time of the jobs/ public service there should be n reservation. A
    person has got almost 22 to 25 years benefit of reservation policy and
    had completed his studies. Now he should stand on his own feets and
    should face the competition in the market. They have got all the things
    which a person born in other cast has got by now.

    If
    government still wants to keep reservation policy then now it should not
    be based on caste or class, it should be based on the annual income of
    the person. If the person is earning less than he requires more money
    for his family and children and this thing he can get only by a job or
    in public service.By this means only such persons can provide good
    education to their children.

    Judiciary has played great role in
    the reservation policy. The great example of this N Nagrajan’s case,
    Ashok Kumar Thakor, and Indira Shawnay’s case. In this cases , supreme
    court has given passing reference to the reservation on the SC & ST
    in jobs. But Supreme court has said that reservation should not
    increase then 50% in any condition but in most of North Eastern state
    this reservation is increased to 85% and still they have started a move
    to increase it to the 95% and court is not taking any steps against
    it. By this way we can see that judiciary is also palying a role in
    increase of reservation for SC & ST.

    Now days politicians
    are playing a major role in reservation policy.The reservation policy
    was only for 10 years afer the independence, for upiftment of SC and ST
    but till now it is continue and no one has taken any step to amend it
    or revise it or to change it. The reason behind this is the population
    of SC and ST in country. Nearly 33% voting is done by SC and ST so now
    if they make any change in the reservation policy against the SC and ST
    then they have to suffer a lot for the same. So they are not taking
    any steps against the reservation policy.

    Now if you consider
    the theory of john rawles of justice then he has clearly said that
    “starting line should be / must be the same for all the Persons.” By
    providing reservation in the educational systems we are giving the same
    line to all the persons. He further also said that by providing
    equality in education they are providing equal chance to start to all
    the persons and further there is no need of reservation in service
    also.

    I am totally agreed with the viewpoint of john rawles on
    reservation. Policy and there is clear need of revising the present
    reservation policy.


    Bibliography
    Books
    # J.N.Pandey, The Constitutional Law of India, 46th Ed. Reprint 2009
    # Raju .C.B, Social Justice & The Constitution of India (with reference to sc’s and st’s)
    # Ram Ahuja, Social Problems in India
    # Social Problems in India,Author – Ram Ahuja
    # SE_GUJARAT 06-07_CHAPTER IX
    # Pandey, J.N., the constitutional law of India
    # Raju.C.B., Social Justice & The Constitution of India (with reference to sc’s and st’s)
    # Sandeep Mukherjee, Institute of Secretariat Training & Management




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    2145 Tue 21 Feb 2017

    LESSONS

    BJP was, is and will continue to distort,rig,tamper the EVM to win elections to have their permanent Ache din.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vjl3DrhoWa8&t=7s
    खबरदार चुनाव जीतने के लिए भाजपा EVM से छेड़छाड़ कर सकती है | BJP may distort EMV to win election
    now with just 20 constituencies out of 403 constituencies the EVMs have been replaced with VVPAT


    Once the BJP had referred the media as PRESSTITUTES while Napolean said
    “I can face two battalions but not two scribes. After taking heavy
    bribes form Modi, they support him. Otherwise he would send his IT teams
    for the ride.

    Apart from that, what may put the BJP at
    disadvantage now is that the RSSised party has not projected any chief
    ministerial candidate for the elections and has built its campaign
    around Modi though majority seats were distributed to RSS cadres.The
    voters have switched their loyalties in the present political scenario.
    Moreover, DEMONetisation puts the BJP’s prospects in dark as one cannot
    deny the fact that the people indeed faced problems post the November 8
    decision to DEMONetise high-value currency. In addition, the BJP’s loss
    at the hands of Nitish Kumar-led grand alliance in Bihar may also not go
    in favour of the RSSised party in Uttar Pradesh as a section of the
    voters here claim that the fight here is about development and not
    RSSisation. Moreover, Mulayam and Congress president Sonia Gandhi
    missing from the political scene may also benefit the BSP as traditional
    voters may not impose their trust on the newly-formed alliance. What’s
    more interesting is that the Samajwadi-Congress alliance and the BJP
    have traded charges at each other in most of the election rallies and
    not kept their focus on the BSP. This latest war of words between the
    two camps may also go in Mayawati’s favour.


    खबरदार चुनाव जीतने के लिए भाजपा EVM से छेड़छाड़ कर सकती है | BJP may distort EMV to win election
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    She
    is not just Bahenji Mayawati but for the  Sarvajan Samaj i.e., for all
    societies she is Mother Maha mayawati of Prabuddha Bharath
    1.Mr Negative Modi and a SC/ST opponent

    2.Blood
    pressure of Jathi Familywadi Parties (JFP) BJP,SP,Cong leaders has
    risen sharply. By the time the elections get over, they will be
    hospitalised.

    3. After showing Achhe Din to the people, Modi is acting like Gabbar
    Singh of Sholay and says he wants to fight corruption and turned your
    hard earned money into paper. Now people will take revenge.

    4. At Lucknow take a ride with Akhilesh’s “Kaam Bolta Hai” (Work Speaks) on the metro. Let’s see
    if it runs.
    5. Thrown out out trash, Modi took the tainted leaders into the BJP.

    6.Modi Congress ke logon se kehta hai: jabaan sambhaal kar rakho, warna
    mere paas aapki poori janampatri padi hui hai(hold your tongue, I have
    your entire horoscope).

    7.For over past two years…Modi did not take out the janmapatri of Congress and gone ahead with it.
    8. Rahul is the most joked about person on Google.

    9.Modi likes to search Google and he does so in his past time…but he has
    failed in his functions …he will get a jolt from the results of
    these elections.

    10.Uttar Pradesh does not need an outsider as an adopted son.

    11. Discrimination is the biggest problem of UP. Brothers and sisters, if a
    ‘Kabristaan’ is constructed in a village, then the ‘shamshan ghat‘should
    also be set up in the village. If one gets electricity during Ramzan,
    then one should get electricity in Diwali also. If one gets electricity
    during
    Holi, then one should get it during Eid also. Ghats for Buddhists also.
    Electricity on Buddha Jayanti, If Rssies Shiva gets a statue so also
    for Buddha. At the cost of Rs 3000 crores if a anti-reservation get a
    statue, one must also for DR BR Ambedkar the chief Architect of our
    Constitution. If RSSised Shivaji gets a state at a cost of Rs 3000
    crores, Rs 1600 crores for replacing the entire EVMs that selected
    Congress, SP and BJP to gobble the Master Key.
    12. stop advertising for the donkeys of JFP.

    13.The three “Shehzaades” (Princes) – Modi, Akhilesh and Rahul – are not interested
    in development. They have only looted the Centre and states in which they have
    been in power.


    It is unfortunate that Priyanka Gandhi with Congress-SP alliance was seeking votes for those accused of “rape and murder”.

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    Uttar Pradesh polls: Mayawati targets Samajwadi Party, vows to remove ‘Jangal Raj’


    Jalaun, (Uttar Pradesh) [India] Feb. 19: Dubbing the Samajwadi
    Party-Congress alliance as ‘corrupt’, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo
    Mayawati on Sunday said people were aware of the misdoings of the
    Akhilesh Yadav-led government and hence, must strive to remove
    ‘Jangalraj’ from the state.

    “Under
    the Samajwadi Party Government, only corruption could be seen. People
    have suffered a lot. The party will now face the consequences in these
    elections. The ‘Jangalraj’ will be removed,” Mayawati said, while
    addressing a rally in Jalaun. She further said that incumbent Chief
    Minister Akhilesh Yadav was the face of corruption and crime in the
    state and by joining hands with the Congress, he has reinforced the
    ‘Jangalraj’ in the state.

    “We are definitely going to win all the
    seats in the elections. The BSP will form the government in Uttar
    Pradesh with majority,” she added. Mayawati further said that the
    opposition parties, especially the Samajwadi Party and the Bharatiya
    Janata Party (BJP), were aware of their reputation in the state and
    hence, were scared to disclose the chief ministerial candidate.

    A
    total of 61.16 percent voter turnout was recorded as voting ended in
    the third phase of the ongoing assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh on
    Sunday. With over 826 candidates from 105 political parties contesting
    for 69 seats, polling began on Sunday morning for the crucial third
    phase of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections.


    Dubbing
    the Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance as ‘corrupt’, Bahujan Samaj Party
    (BSP) supremo Mayawati on Sunday said people were aware of the
    misdoings of…
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    She
    is not just Bahenji Mayawati but for the  Sarvajan Samaj i.e., for all
    societies she is Mother Maha mayawati of Prabuddha Bharath


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    http://www.hindustantimes.com/…/story-8eKSlwRM9s8g596AU9HNu…

    Reserved seats not a given, Mayawati tells core voters don’t be misled

    Mayawati

    The Bilhaur constituency on the outskirts of Kanpur is reserved — but
    for whom was the question Mayawati helicoptered down to answer last
    week.

    Thousands of blue-hatted supporters of the Bahujan Samaj
    Party (BSP) sat in orderly rows, and blue and white flags fluttered in
    the breeze, as Mayawati stood on a podium and urged voters to support
    Kamlesh Diwakar, the BSP’s candidate for Bilhaur — one of 85 seats
    earmarked for candidates from the historically oppressed Scheduled
    Caste, community in Uttar Pradesh.

    Yet much of Mayawati’s speech
    was directed at UP’s Muslim minority, whose fear of a Bharatiya Janata
    Party (BJP) government inspired by Hindutva, she hoped, would push them
    to vote BSP.

    Infighting in the Samajwadi Party had divided their
    core Yadav vote, said Mayawati. “So the minority community must give
    their one-sided vote… only to the Bahujan Samaj Party, which has a
    united SC/ST base vote and is best placed to defeat the BJP.” She added,
    “Votes for the Samajwadi Party will not only be completely useless but
    will end up favouring the BJP.”

    SC/STs comprise the BSP’s most
    ardent supporters, suggesting the party should do well in reserved seats
    such as Bilhaur, but BSP supporters say that such seats are often the
    hardest to win.

    UP’s reserved seats show no decisive swing in
    favour of the BSP, as per Election Commission data from 1996 to 2012. On
    the contrary, in 2012, the BSP had a higher win rate in the general
    constituencies. It won 20%, or 65 of 318, of the general seats, but 17%,
    15 of 85, of the reserved seats.

    “The irony is that in reserved
    seats, the SC/ST vote is divided between candidates, so general castes
    become the king-makers,” said Desh Raj Katihar, a BSP supporter from
    Bilhaur. “No one can win UP with the support of just one community.”


    BSP founder Kanshi Ram perceived a flaw in this system intended to
    increase SC/ST political representation, contrasting it with the
    provisions under the Communal Award of 1932 which granted separate
    electorates for all sections of society – including SC/STs.

    In
    his book ‘The Age of the Chamchas: An Era of Stooges’, Kanshi Ram wrote,
    “When the real leadership of the depressed classes become powerful… The
    High Caste Hindus felt the necessity of setting chamchas against the
    real leaders of the depressed classes.”
    In 2007, Mayawati fought off
    her supposed chamcha opposition by stitching together an unlikely
    coalition of SC/STs and Brahmins to outfox the SP’s OBC vote base. But
    in 2012, a 3% swing in the vote share brought the SP back to power. Now
    the BJP has sought to make inroads into sections of the SC/ST base,
    which pushed her to speak of the atrocities committed on SC/STs by the
    BJP’s upper caste base.

    “The BJP is oppressing people in the name
    of love jihad, cow-protection and nationalism,” she said. “When I saw
    the Una flogging, I felt as if the blows were falling on my back.”


    At her rally, Mayawati spoke with the steady assurance of a school
    mistress, often repeating the same sentence several times to ensure her
    message got through.

    Kali Devi, a young woman pressed up against
    the barricades erected in front of the stage, said, “The BJP broke our
    backs, the SPs criminals harassed our women. Behenji (Mayawati) will
    bring order; she will save us from these goons.”

    In the crowd,
    far from the stage, Ram Chandra Bharati contemplated his personal
    political journey from a mosque-demolishing kar sevak to a local BSP
    organiser. “The Babri Masjid fell before my eyes. Now, I believe that
    the Muslims who stayed back in India deserve our love.”

    Also
    present was Bal Krishna Yadav, a farmer who joined the BSP in 2010.
    Didn’t he support the SP’s Akhilesh Yadav? “I felt we should be
    represented in all political forces,” he said somewhat mysteriously.
    “The BSP doesn’t have enough Yadavs, so I thought I should join.”


    As the rally drew to a close, Mayawati turned her attention to her core
    SC/ST base. She reiterated her commitment to Dr BR Ambedkar’s mission,
    spoke of the schemes she would restart once she regained power, and then
    she looked up from her script and said, “Don’t be misled.” The crowd
    responded with a roar. They knew what she meant. Bilhaur goes to polls
    on February 19 in the third phase of the seven-phased UP elections.


    Dalits
    comprise the BSP’s most ardent supporters, suggesting the party should
    do well in reserved seats such as Bilhaur, but BSP supporters say that
    such seats are…


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    UP polls: People will send back ‘outsider’ and reinstall ‘UP ki beti’, says Mayawati


    Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Friday hit back at Prime
    Minister Narendra Modi, saying people of Uttar Pradesh have made up
    their mind to send back the “outsider” and “adopted son from Gujarat”,
    and reinstall the “UP ki beti” as chief minister.


    Addressing a public meeting at Mewa Lal Ayodhya Prasad Gupta Memorial
    College ground at Soraon in Allahabad, Mayawati urged people not to be
    misled by the BJP and Modi’s tall promises.

    A total of 19
    assembly constituencies in Allahabad and Pratapgarh will go to the polls
    on February 23, in the fourth of the seven-phase Uttar Pradesh assembly
    election.

    “Modi is saying that when the BJP comes to power, it
    will waive loans of farmers in 14 days. I want to ask the PM, why loans
    haven’t been waived in BJP-ruled states, particularly in Maharashtra,
    where farmer suicides are the highest?” she asked.

    Hitting out at
    the Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party government, she said “jungle
    raj” has prevailed during the SP rule in the state.

    “Whatever
    development works have been carried out were actually initiated by the
    BSP. The SP just changed the names of BSP schemes. Take the example of
    the Samajwadi Pension Yojna which was (earlier) Mahamaya Pension Yojna,”
    she claimed.

    Mayawati promised cakes, milk and fruits in primary
    schools instead of poor quality pre-cooked food as part of the mid-day
    meal scheme. She also promised strict quality control.

    Announcing
    a plan to set up a commission for redressing grievances of traders if
    voted to power, Mayawati also promised an inquiry in all government
    recruitments during SP rule.

    She also promised land pattas (lease) for the poor and said land grabbers will be sent to jail.


    She claimed that the SP government’s performance was contrary to the
    ruling party’s slogan of “Kaam bolta hai” (work speaks). It’s actually
    “kaam kam apradh bolta hain” (work speaks less, crimes reveal more), she
    said.

    Mayawati said innocent people, who were jailed over issues
    related to caste and religion, will be released and farmers will get
    their pending payments.

    She said that under her government,
    youths will be given financial assistance and jobs instead of laptops
    and smartphones. She also promised to waive farmer loans of up to Rs 1
    lakh when in power.


    Bahujan
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    In Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati’s foot soldiers spread her message


    The policemen accompanying Mayawati wielded Kalashikovs, but at her
    rally on the outskirts of Kanpur, the Bahujan Samajwadi Party supremo
    was surrounded by her own security cordon overseen by a private tutor
    for mathematics, a teenaged college student in a pink overcoat, and a
    phalanx of construction workers, rickshaw pullers, cleaning ladies, and
    farm labourers.

    The Bahujan Volunteer Force (BVF) comprises
    thousands of BSP cadres across Uttar Pradesh who are tasked with
    ensuring security at the party’s public programmes. They come from all
    walks of life, and are ready – at a moment’s notice – to slip on a blue
    and white uniform and report for duty. Their work, as the BVF’s name
    suggests, is voluntary.

    “When the BSP went from village to
    village in the 1980s, party meetings were often attacked by upper
    castes,” said Dr Ajay Kumar, who wrote his PhD on the BSP, “The BVF was
    set up to protect party workers during campaigning.” BSP workers were
    also wary of UP police, which is drawn predominantly from dominant
    castes.

    Since then, the BVF has gradually acquired the
    bureaucratic trappings of any force: BVF district commanders wear three
    stars on their shirt epaulettes, Vidhan Sabha commanders wear two stars,
    while their juniors wear one.

    At Shivarajpur, 750 BVF personnel
    fanned out across the rally grounds to direct crowds, cordon off a
    separate arena for woman, and ensure that the crowd of several thousand
    dispersed in an orderly fashion.

    “The police speak harshly to our
    people. We are here to reassure our people while also providing
    security, ” said Sobran Singh, CO Kanpur for the BVF, “Everyone in the
    party wants to be close to Behenji, but we actually get to accompany
    her.”

    On days when he isn’t on duty, 48-year-old Singh works as a
    private tutor for high school mathematics and accounts, while his
    deputy, 20-year-old Saurabh Gautam, is still in college. “In our spare
    time, we also canvas for the party,” Gautam said, “Our work never
    stops.”

    The organisation has also become a way for young Dalit
    women to escape the confines of their homes and forge new lives and
    friendships.

    “As a child I was always scared of stepping out of
    my door,” said Kumari Savitri, an 18-year-old college student who joined
    the BVF last year, “But the BVF has given me confidence. If Behenji
    could go from village to village like a young girl, then why can’t I?”


    Personal safety, Savitri said, was the single most important issue for
    UP’s women. “My dream is for a UP without fear,” she said.

    BSP
    campaigns have long been distinguished by their seemingly low-key
    nature. The rallies are meant as a show of strength to convince
    dithering voters of the party’s electability and broad-based support,
    but most the work occurs through BSP affiliates like the BVF.

    “We
    assign 15 workers to each booth,” said a senior BSP functionary, “and
    give each worker a target of bringing in 20 votes from friends and
    family, which makes it 300 votes per booth.”

    The average Vidhan
    Sabha has 300 to 400 booths, which means a target of 90,000 to 1,20,000
    votes per constituency from the cadre. “We tell the candidate – you get
    10,000 votes, we’ll get you the rest,” the organizer said.

    The BVF’s cadres are drawn from diverse backgrounds, making it ideally placed to influence followers.


    BVF members, Virendra Kumar Gautam and Ram Chandra Gautam work as
    construction worker in Kanpur, but devote a few hours of his week to
    attend BVF meetings. They said their distinctive uniforms make their
    fellow workers curious about the BSP.

    “It is a matter of pride to
    wear this uniform,” Virendra said, “People ask us about it, so we tell
    about the work done by the party.”

    “I wash dirty vessels for a
    living,” said a BVF volunteer who declined to give her name, “But my
    personal life doesn’t matter. What matters is that I wear this uniform,
    and work for my community.”


    The
    Bahujan Volunteer Force (BVF) comprises thousands of BSP cadres across
    Uttar Pradesh who are tasked with ensuring security at the party’s
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    Modi is ‘Mr Negative SC/ST Man’, Mayawati hits back

    Perturbed at the rising popularity of the BSP, Modi is indulging in
    cheap things and indulging in petty talk about its supreme leader

    Mayawati is popularly known as ‘Behenji’.

    Modi will get a tit-for-tat reply he will forget all about it and today I have been compelled to do the same for ..

    Hitting back, Mayawati said, “He (Modi) does not know that BSP is a
    movement first and then a political party….I have dedicated my entire
    life for making members of SC/ST, deprived and weaker sections and
    Muslims stand on their feet.”

    Launching a personal attack on the
    prime minister, Mayawati said, “Unlike him I have not got married…he
    had got married and later left his wife, which is another thing….and I
    have only worked for the deprived sections of society.”

    “It is
    because of this dedication that people among the weaker sections do not
    consider me only as a leader but a big ’sampatti’ (asset) for the
    movement,” Mayawati said.

    “He is giving a wrong definition of
    BSP…he does not know that deprived and weaker sections consider me as a
    big wealth of bahujan samaj who has given up her entire life for their
    progress,” she said.

    “This SC ke beti does not lack in anything and if he defined the BSP wrongfully, she is two steps ahead of him,” she said.

    Explaining the money deposited in her party’s bank account, the BSP
    supremo said, “Three months ago, a membership drive was run in the
    country when there was no ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes. Party men
    converted small donations into big notes for bringing it to Delhi for
    depositing in banks. It was that money which was deposited in the bank.”

    “BJP did not know that Rs 100 crore collected from all over the country
    was deposited and suddenly their eyes popped out and they asked from
    where it has come. Had it been black money, why would it have been
    deposited in banks?” she asked.

    “They (BJP) do not like that BSP
    is fighting the elections with the help of small donations. They do not
    like that SC ke beti campaigns in helicopter. Their intention was to
    make BSP turn bankrupt,” Mayawati said.

    “You consider me as your leader, devi, bhagwan, asset… there is no difference between devi and asset,” she said.

    “In Orai, what Modi said was very sad. He said that there is Rs 100
    crore in BSP account. But, before saying so, they should introspect as
    to how much money was deposited in their accounts earlier, before
    pointing fingers at others,” she said.

    “But, Mr SC/ST Negative Man is not ready to do so,” she said.

    “I have given the definition of Modi of my country taking into consideration his work, behaviour and policy,” Mayawati said.

    She said that the polling of three phases have made Modi so nervous
    that he was making all sorts of allegations against the political
    opponents.


    “It
    is because of this dedication that people among the weaker sections do
    not consider me only as a leader but a big ’sampatti’ (asset) for the
    movement,”…


    Sunil Sharma

    Several things come to my mind about fekuji slogans.
    BJP : Bahuth Jiyadha Paapis, Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths
    1. Bharathiya JUTTA PARTY.
    2. B Joker Party.
    3. B JUMLA party.
    4. B JUNGLEE PARTY ( Jungal Raj fame).
    5 B. JAPPA PARTY.




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    BJP (Bahuth Jiyadha Psychopaths) remotely controlled by just 1%
    intolerant, militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded
    chitpawan brahmin psychopaths of RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks ) for their
    stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hindutva cult rashtra are themselves
    the top terrorists of the world.

    America enlisted RSS in one of the Biggest Terrorist Organisation in the World


    A US-based risk management and consulting company has put the Rashtriya
    Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in its category of ‘Threat Group’ and called it
    “a shadowy, discriminatory group that seeks to establish a hndutva cult
    rashtra.”

    Terrorism Watch & Warning provides intelligence,
    research, analysis, watch and warning on international terrorism and
    domestic terrorism related issues; and is operated by OODA Group LLC
    that helps clients identify, manage, and respond to global risks and
    uncertainties while exploring emerging opportunities and developing
    robust and adaptive strategies for the future.

    The RSS was
    banned in 1948 following the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi by an
    chitpawan brahmin as the owners of RSS member, Nathuram Godse.


    Violence as ‘Group Activities’ for the RSS, “Violence has been a
    strategy for the Sangh movement against minority groups. Stealth shadowy
    discriminatory hindutva cult has been clear about the need for
    violence, particularly communal riots. The Sangh has incited rioting to
    cause further chasms between religions, and thus a further separation of
    religions, and to rally the Hindu community around the philosophy of
    hindutva cult.”

    The Terrorism Watch & Warning database
    contains over 1,00,000 Open source intelligence (OSINT) excerpts from
    1999 to present on terrorism and security related issues, attack
    database of over 10,000 attacks, original terrorism analysis, terrorism
    document repository, Homeland Security Fact Sheets and profiles over 500
    Terrorist/Threat Groups.

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    KOLKATA: Claiming that the activists of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
    (RSS) have been indicted in at least 13 terror cases across India,
    former Maharashtra inspector general of police S M Mushrif on Thursday
    described the BJP’s ideological mentor as India’s number one terrorist
    organisation.

    “RSS activists have been chargesheeted in at least
    13 cases of terror acts in which RDX has been used. If organisations
    like Bajrang Dal are taken into the account, then the number of such
    cases goes up to 17,” Mushrif said at an event in Kolkata.

    “The
    RSS is India’s number one terrorist organisation, there is no doubt on
    this,” said Mushrif, referring to the 2007 Mecca Masjid bombing in
    Hyderabad, the 2006 and 2008 Malegaon blasts in Maharashtra and the 2007
    Samjhauta Express bombings among others.

    During elections they
    attempt to provoke violence by raking up issues such as Triple Talaq,
    Removal of reservation, RSSIse Ram Temple, RSSised anti-reservationist
    Sardar patel statue and RSSised Shivaji statue costing Rs 3000 crores
    each.But not for replacing the entire EVMs which costs Rs 1600 crores
    according to ex CEC Sampath because of which the ex CJI had committed a
    grave error of judgement by ordering that the EVMs should be replaced in
    a phased manner. Only 8 out of 543 lok Sabha 2014 were replaced. This
    helped Murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) to gobble the Master
    Key. Henve without any fear he is indulging in issues like the
    DEMONItisation anti reservation etc.,
    The present CEC says taht
    only in 2019 the entire EVMs will be replaced. Till such time he never
    ordered for Ballot Papers to be used which helped BSP of Ms Mayawati ti
    win majority seats in UP Panchayat elections.

    It is the duty of
    all people for democracy, liberty, freedom, equality and fraternity as
    enshrined in our Modern Constitution including the present CJI to
    dissolve all Central and State governments selected by these fraud EVMs
    and go for fresh elections with Ballot Papers till entire EVMs were
    replaced.

    And to initiate legal action on BJP and RSS for their terrorist activities.And also ban these outfits.

    A
    US-based risk management and consulting company has put the Rashtriya
    Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in its category of ‘Threat Group’ and called it
    “a…
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    “Both JFP of them want to create an environment of fear in the state for
    votes. Modi and Shah are terrorists. All are creating terror in
    our democracy.

    “The JFP knows they are  losing the UP polls and they will perform worse
    than even in Bihar.



    Modi and the BJP national president have been attacking the BSP in their campaign rallies.

    JFP governments were discriminating among people on the basis of religion and caste.



    The SP leader today said Shah “used to terrorise voters” from the dais
    and many times its own workers “get afraid of him due to his
    behaviour”.

    BJP has reacted sharply to the “intemperate language” of the leader.

    “It is JFP’s frustration and people of UP will punish them for
    such intemperate language.






    R Muniappa Karnataka BSP Vice President on Mahathma Jotiba Phule on 19-2-2017 at Chamarajpet Bangalore

    Jyotirao
    Phule was a prominent social reformer and thinker of the nineteenth
    century. He led the movement against the prevailing caste-restrictions.
    He revolted against the domination of the Brahmins and struggled for the
    rights of peasants and other downtrodden people. Mahatma Jyotiba Phule
    was also a pioneer for women education and fought for education of girls
    throughout his life. He is believed to be the first Hindu to start an
    orphanage for the unfortunate children.

    Childhood & Early Life

    Jyotirao Govindrao Phule was born in Satara district of Maharastra in
    1827. His father, Govindrao was a vegetable-vendor at Poona. Jyotirao’s
    family belonged to ‘mali’ caste and their original title was ‘Gorhay’.
    Malis were considered as an inferior caste by the Brahmins and were
    shunned socially. Jyotirao’s father and uncles served as florists, so
    the family came to be known as `Phule’. Jyotirao’s mother passed away
    when he was just nine months old.

    Jyotirao was an intelligent boy but due to the poor financial condition
    at home, he had to stop his studies at an early age. He started helping
    his father by working on the family’s farm. Recognising the talent of
    the child prodigy, a neighbour persuaded his father to send him to
    school. In 1841, Jyotirao got admission in the Scottish Mission’s High
    School, Poona, and completed his education in 1847. There, he met
    Sadashiv Ballal Govande, a Brahmin, who remained his close friend
    throughout his life. At the age of just thirteen years, Jyotirao was
    married to Savitribai.

    Social Movements

    In 1848, an incident sparked off Jyotiba’s quest against the social
    injustice of caste discrimination and incited a social revolution in the
    Indian society. Jyotirao was invited to attend the wedding of one of
    his friends who belonged to an upper cast Brahmin family. But at the
    wedding the relatives of the bridegroom insulted and abused Jyotiba when
    they came to know about his origins. Jyotirao left the ceremony and
    made up his mind to challenge the prevailing caste-system and social
    restrictions. He made it his life’s work to hammer away tirelessly at
    the helms of social majoritarian domination and aimed at emancipation of
    all human beings that were subjected to this social deprivation.

    After reading Thomas Paine’s famous book ‘The Rights of Man’, Jyotirao
    was greatly influenced by his ideas. He believed that awakenment of the
    women and lower caste people was the only solution to combat the social
    evils.
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    Efforts Towards Women Education

    Jyotiba’s quest for providing women and girls with right to education
    was supported by his wife Savitribai Phule. One of the few literate
    women of the time, Savitribai was taught to read and write by her
    husband Jyotirao.

    In 1851, Jyotiba established a girls’ school and asked his wife to teach
    the girls in the school. Later, he opened two more schools for the
    girls and an indigenous school for the lower castes, especially for the
    Mahars and Mangs.

    Jyotiba realised the pathetic conditions of widows and established an
    ashram for young widows and eventually became advocate of the idea of
    Widow Remarriage.

    Around his time, society was a patriarchal and the position of women was
    especially abysmal. Female infanticide was a common
    He occurrence and so was child marriage, with children sometimes being
    married to men much older. These women often became widows before they
    even hit puberty and were left without any family support. Jyotiba was
    pained by their plight and established an orphanage in 1854 to shelter
    these unfortunate souls from perishing at the society’s cruel hands.
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     Efforts
    Towards Elimination of Caste Discrimination

    Jyotirao attacked the orthodox Brahmins and other upper castes and
    termed them as “hypocrites”. He campaigned against the authoritarianism
    of the upper caste people and urged the “peasants” and “proletariat” to
    defy the restrictions imposed upon them.

    He opened his home to people from all castes and backgrounds. He was a
    believer in gender equality and he exemplified his beliefs by involving
    his wife in all his social reform activities. He believed that religious
    icons like Rama are implemented by the Brahmin as a means for
    subjugating the lower caste.

    The orthodox Brahmins of the society were furious at the activities of
    Jyotirao. They blamed him for vitiating the norms and regulations of the
    society. Many accused him of acting on behalf of the Christian
    Missionaries. But Jyotirao was firm and decided to continue the
    movement. Interestingly, Jyotirao was supported by some Brahmin friends
    who extended their support to make the movement successful.

    Satya Shodhak Samaj

    In 1873, Jyotiba Phule formed the Satya Shodhak Samaj (Society of
    Seekers of Truth). He undertook a systematic deconstruction of existing
    beliefs and history, only to reconstruct an equality promoting version.
    Jyotirao vehemently condemned the Vedas, the ancient holy scriptures of
    the Hindus. He traced the history of Brahmanism through several other
    ancient texts and held the Brahmins responsible for framing the
    exploitative and inhuman laws in order to maintain their social
    superiority by suppressing the “shudras” and “atishudras” in the
    society. The purpose of the Satya Shodhak Samaj was to decontaminate the
    society from caste discrimination and liberate the oppressed
    lower-caste people from the stigmas inflicted by the Brahmins. Jyotirao
    Phule was the first person to coin the term ‘SC/STs’ to apply to all
    people considered lower caste and untouchables by the Brahmins.
    Membership to the Samaj was open to all irrespective of caste and class.
    Some written records suggest that they even welcomed participation of
    Jews as members of the Samaj and by 1876 the ‘Satya Shodhak Samaj’
    boasted of 316 members. In 1868, Jyotirao decided to construct a common
    bathing tank outside his house to exhibit his embracing attitude towards
    all human beings and wished to dine with everyone, regardless of their
    caste.

    Death

    Jyotiba Phule devoted his entire life for the liberation of untouchables
    from the exploitation of Brahmins. Apart from being a social activist
    and reformer, he was also a businessman. He was also a cultivator and
    contractor for the Municipal Corporation. He served as Commissioner of
    the Poona Municipality between 1876 and 1883.

    Jyotiba suffered a stroke in 1888 and was rendered paralyzed. On 28
    November, 1890, the great social reformer, Mahatma Jyotirao Phule,
    passed away.
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     Legacy

    Perhaps the biggest legacy of Mahatma Jyotirao Phule is the thought
    behind his perpetual fight against social stigma that are enormously
    relevant still. In the nineteenth century, people were used to accepting
    these discriminatory practices as social norm that needed to be
    enforced without question but Jyotiba sought to change this
    discrimination based on caste, class and colour. He was the harbinger of
    unheard ideas for social reforms. He started awareness campaigns that
    ultimately inspired the likes of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and Mahatma Gandhi,
    stalwarts who undertook major initiatives against caste discrimination
    later.

    Commemoration

    A biography of Jyotiba was penned by Dhananjay Keer in 1974 titled,
    ‘Mahatma Jyotibha Phule: Father of Our Social Revolution’. The Mahatma
    Phule Museum in Pune was set-up in honour of the great reformer. The
    Government of Maharashtra introduced the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule
    Jeevandayeeni Yojana which is a cashless treatment scheme for poor. A
    number of statues of the Mahatma have been erected as well as several
    street names and educational institutes have been rechristened with his
    name – eg. Crawford Market in Mumbai is rechristened as Mahatma Jyotiba
    Phule Mandai and the Maharashtra Krishi Vidyapeeth at Rahuri, Maharshtra
    was renamed Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth.
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    Lakshmi Gopinath Karnataka BSP Head Quarters In-Charge on


    FotorCreated
    Who is Savitribai Phule?

    What
    did she do for women’s rights ?
    Phule also worked to abolish discrimination and unfair treatment of
    people based on caste and gender.  
    At a time when people hardly identified the grievances of women in
    India, Savitribai Phule along with her husband stood up to fight the
    injustice against women.

    Savitribai Jyotirao Phule, born on 3 January 1831, was a social reformer
    and poet. She played an important role in fighting for women’s rights
    in India during British rule and is described as “one of the
    first-generation modern Indian feminists”.

    Phule along with her husband founded the first women’s school at Bhide
    Wada in Pune in 1848.

    The child bride who stood up against discrimination

    Born into a family of farmers in Naigaon, Maharashtra, she was married
    to 12-year-old Jyotirao Phule at the age of nine.

    The practice of child marriage was prevalent in the 19th century and
    since the mortality rate was high at the time, many young girls often
    became widows even before attaining puberty.

    Such widows used to shave their heads, wear a simple red sari and live a
    life of austerity. It was Savitribai who decided to stand up against
    this practice and organized a strike against the barbers in order to
    persuade them to stop shaving the heads of the widow.

    She noticed the plight of women who after falling prey to sexual
    exploitation, and becoming pregnant, either committed suicide or killed
    the newborn due to fear of banishment by the society. To cater to such
    women she opened a care center for pregnant rape victims and helped
    deliver their children.

    The care center was called “Balhatya Pratibandhak Griha” (Infanticide
    prohibition house).

    Challenging the casteist patriarchy

    Phule also worked to abolish discrimination and unfair treatment of
    people based on caste and gender.

    She found the treatment of the untouchables problematic and opened a
    well in her house in 1868 so that, people who were refused drinking
    water by the upper caste can use it.

    She died while taking care of the patients suffering during the
    worldwide Third Pandemic of the bubonic (bacterial infection) plague.


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