Kindly Vote for all the 5 BSP Candidates
contesting in the UP, Karnataka and all other States going for By - Election on 18-08-2009Four assembly by-polls in UP tomorrow Lucknow, Aug 17 (PTI) Amidst tight security, the stage
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“Bahujan Samaj Aur Uski Rajniti”, October, 2000 (in Hindi)
“Bahujan Samaj Aur Uski Rajniti”, October, 2001 (in English)
“Mere Sangharshmai Jivan Evam Bahujan Movement Ka Safarnama”. January, 2006 (in Hindi)
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Dr. Subash Bharani (Kollegal)
entry of former IPS officer Subhash Bharani, to BSP has made the parties sit up. The BSP has a fairly good presence in
Chamarajanagar and Kollegal. If Bharani notches up an impressive number of
votes, it is an indicator of SC/ST unity and a boost to BSP.
BSP candidate Subash Bharani, the former IPS
officer, accused the opposition of indulging in malpractices including use of
money power. But there is wave for the party and people will vote for change, he
stated. The segment has rejected the politicians it elected once and will
continue the tradition since Congress nominee Jayanna is not active, JD(S)
candidate N Balaraj merely indulged in film activities when he was an MLA and
BJP candidate G N Nanjundaswamy was never close to the people.
said he is fighting to help the party open
its account in the state assembly. This should pave for the growth of BSP here,
Yeddyurappa censured for poll code violation
Election Commission takes serious note of promises made by the Chief
Chief Minister told ‘to be careful in the future’
He had promised to give loans to purchase cattle
BANGALORE: A day before the byelections to five Legislative Assembly
constituencies in the State, the Election Commission of India on Monday
censured Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa for violating the model code
of conduct during the campaign in Kollegal (reserved) constituency on
In its order, the Commission took serious note of promises made by
the Chief Minister and censured him under sub-section (VI) A and (VI) C
of the Clause VII of the model code of conduct.
Sources in the office of the Karnataka Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) told The Hindu that the commission had issued the order and censured the Chief Minister.
In its order dated August 14, the commission said it watched videos of
speeches made by the Chief Minister and it was found that he has made
promises of giving loans to farmers and tribal people for purchase of
cows and buffaloes and intention of declaring the district as
The Chief Minister during the poll campaign on August 10 at
Santhemarahalli in Yellandur in Kollegal constituency promised the
voters that the Government would give loans to farmers, particularly
tribal people, to purchase cows and buffaloes if they voted for BJP
candidate in the byelection to be held on Tuesday.
Mr. Yeddyurappa also promised to declare Charamarajangara district as a
“drought-hit” if voters blessed the party candidate.
The commission served a show-cause notice on Mr. Yeddyurappa on
August 14 for violating the model code of conduct. On August 15.
Nahidha Salma (Govindarajanagara)
Sujeevan Kumar (Channapatna)
Karnataka State Coordinator Ashok Siddharth, President Marasandra
Muniappa, Vice President N.Mahesh, general Secretaries Bulla Subbha
Rao, Kamalanabhan, State Executive Committee member Gopinath, and
leaders R.Muniappa, Chengappa, Tulasi das, campaigned in all the 5
Assembly constituencies explaining the following points to all the
voters in their Door-to-door campaign.
He distributed money to workers of the factory, alleges Congress
Smt. Nahidha Salma contesting for the Govindarajanagara Assembly
constituency goes around constituency along with BSP leaders and
Agha, Nazharath,, Ramesh, J.Chandrasekharan, Ethiraj, T.S. Thimmappa,
Ganesh, B.A.Nagaraj, Manjunath, K.T. Praveen, M. Manju,
H.hanumantharaya, Prakash and hundreds of women and men supporters
belonging to SC/STs Muslims, Christians, backward communities and
poorer among the upper castes, door-to-door in all the wards and
important localities of Govindarajnagara, such as:
The two alleged that a TV channel was reporting the alleged grabbing
of prime land belonging to a private textile company in the
constituency by Mr. Somanna and his wife, Shailaja, but the Minister
got power supply cut in the area with a view to preventing the channel
from covering the news report.
Expressing shock over the inaction of the election observers for
Govindaraja Nagar constituency to the distribution of money and the
alleged highhandedness of the government agencies, the Election Commission was urged
to keep a watch on the activities of the
Minister tomorrow. The TV channel concerned should be allowed to
continue its coverage.
The Voters condemned the alleged land grabbing
incident and alleged that the residents had to suffer due to power
Election Commission censured Chief Minister B.S.
Yeddyurappa for “intimidating voters” at Santemarahalli in Kollegal
Assembly constituency during an election campaign a couple of days ago, commission is urged to be tough with Mr. Somanna too
and extend all protection to the Opposition candidates.
He told presspersons that the Nagarabhavi Block Congress Committee
president and his supporters went to Unitek Apparels and
locked it, protesting against the alleged move by Mr. Somanna to
influence voters in the by-elections to be held on Tuesday.
He distributed money to workers of the factory, as alleged by the Congress
Why Minister Somanna locked inside garment unit?
103 BBMP Ward
Kaveripura (OLD Ward :103- Pattigarpalya) consisting,
104 BBMP Ward
Govindaraja Nagar consisting
105 BBMP Ward
Rajaji Nagar Industrial town,
125 BBMP Ward
126 BBMP Ward
Maruth Mandir ward (OLD Ward :126- GKW Layout) consisting
27 BBMP Ward
BBMP Ward Nagarabhavi (OLD Ward :128- Chandra
131 BBMP Ward
and explains to following:
Rice is sold at Rs. 40 Dal at Rs. 100,
Vegetable prices are sky rocketing, Petrol price has been increased by more
than Rs. 4 per litre.Then why vote for the ruling parties? Kindly Cast your
valuable Vote in Favour of BSP Candidates by PRESSing
BUTTON FACING ELEPHANT SYMBOL !
were not alert, your invaluable votes were, either bought or looted or remained
unused and selfish persons are misusing your votes by ensnaring you in the name
of caste and creed, money, temple, church and mosque or all kinds of emotional
blackmail. You got carried away by alluring promises made in the election
manifesto of the ruling party.
BSP is the
only party that is for the welfare of all sections of the society, irrespective
of caste and creed, language and religion. It does not give money to buy votes.
So vote for BSP elephant to rise in your lives to the defense of Democracy.
In UP Sister
Mayawati’s Government made Effective
arrangements to check stockpiling and black marketing. To pressurize
the Karnataka Government caste your vote for BSP elephant.
Sister Mayawati’s U.P. Government demands Rs. 7789.14 crore relief package
from Centre for drought affected districts of State. To pressurize the
Karnataka Government to do the same, cast your vote for BSP elephant.
to the defence of democracy !
Chief Minister of UP sister Mayawati Ensured basic facilities for backwards, weaker and poor sections of
society— To pressurize the Karnataka Government to do the same, cast
your vote for BSP elephant.
amenities to urban poor is top priority of UP State Government ruled by
Honourable Chief Minister Sister Mayawati - To
pressurize the Karnataka Government to do the same, cast your vote for BSP
Balika Ashirvad Yojna and Savitri Bai Phule Balika Shiksha Madad Yojna is being
implemented effectively for empowerment of poor girls and to make them
self-reliant by the UP Government ruled by Honourable Chief Minister
Sister Mayawati - To pressurize the Karnataka Government to do the same,
cast your vote for BSP elephant.
There is a good response from the voters and Subash Bharani from Kollegal , Nahidha Salam from Govindarajanagara,Ayappa from Chittapura, Mallikarjunaiah from Ramanagara and, Sujeevan Kumar,are likely to spring surprise despite of all odds such as money power, removal of Bahujan samaj votes from the voters list and the doubtful EVMs.
Price rise, Draught condition, water and power shortage and bad road conditions issues are all not favourable for the ruling party and as the Caders of BSP have taken these issue to the door steps of the voters it will work in favour of BSO to spring a surprise.