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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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