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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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2148 Fri 24 Feb 2017

LESSON



 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 =
“urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags” />Meerut , Alhabad,
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
prefix = st1 ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags” />Ghaziabad and Lucknow.

·                      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
prefix = st1 ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags”
/>Allahabad) a memorandum of Understanding signed between Uttar
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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10.                 Development of Infrastructural Facilities :

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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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had said “I can face two battalions but not two scribes”There is a
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
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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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Hamilton Masters Swimming Club

Sponsored by:

5 Bridges River Swim

(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
Below car park
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

  •   Please make sure you read the safety instructions on this page and those at registration.
    Safety instructions will be read out before the start

  •   Bright swim caps must be worn throughout

  •   Wetsuits are recommended

  •   2 motor boats & medical personnel, Kayaks and canoes will accompany swimmers for safety

  •   Competitors will be permitted to have their own safety kayak or canoe accompany them. All

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

  •   All Marshals and Water Safety Personnel instructions must be followed

  •   Cup for first woman and first man

  •   Times will be recorded

  •   Organisers reserve the right to withdraw any participant deemed incapable of safely continuing

    or finishing by 2.30PM

  •   Start is at Hamilton Gardens, Hungerford Cres Below the car park

  •   Finish is at Ann St Beach at designated site. Swimmers must exit river between finish indicators

  •   Final times are taken at marked finish exit from river at Ann St Beach

  •   The average time last year was 65 minutes but this can vary, depending on the current on the

    day.

  •   Environmental cancellations will be by email, or phone us if you are uncertain.

    We suggest that you park your car at the finish and organise a ride to the
    start. Organisers will transport belongings from the start to the finish.

    Contact: Ele Pinfold: 07 854 9874 ele-ross@wave.co.nz 027 417 0211

ENTRY FORM

(Annual Event since 1939)

‘Hamilton 5 Bridges River Swim’ – Sunday April 2nd, 2017

Street Address
Suburb
*Town / City
*Phone

*Email address
(please print
clearly
)

Participant background (circle as many as appropriate):

Age Group Swimmer Lifesaver Triathlete Master Swimmer
Other
Contact person for participants:

*Name:________________________________________________
*Phone: ________________________________________________

Comments for Media Results release: eg Swim Champ (year) or Ironman finisher (year)

Entry Fees: (circle one)
Early bird entry $ 25.00
Late entry (after March 18
th) $ 35.00

I have included a payment of $……………….. Please make cheques
payable to
Hamilton Masters Swimming Club OR: DIRECT CREDIT TO:
HAMILTON MASTERS SWIMMING CLUB:
03 1560 0047661 00

Direct payment = You must add ‘River Swim’ and your last name
to the bank transaction

Contact: Eleanor Pinfold: 07 854 9874 ele-ross@wave.co.nz 027 417 0211

I agree to comply with the rules of the 2017 - ‘5 Bridges River Swim’. I intend competing entirely at my own
risk. I waive all claims for liability against the event organisers, promoters and sponsors. I agree that any
photographs, videos, or recordings taken may be used by the organisers, promoters or sponsors for publicity
purposes. I consent to the collecting and storing of the information I have provided for the purpose of event
administration, in accordance with the Privacy Act 1993.

Signed______________________________Date / /2017
Must have your signature. No signature = No swim

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