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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati being congratulated by chairman Vidhan Parishad Ganesh Shanker Pandey after she took oath of secrecy as new MLC at Tilak hall in Lucknow on Wednesday. Photo: Subir Roy

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If Mayawati becomes PM, rising prices can be checked: BSP

Posted by M Chakraborty on Jul 06, 2010

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) group leaders are confident enough to let know that if Maya is given the position of PM, she can only take effective steps to curb the rising prices at each of the 71 district headquarters across the state. The BSP showed their protest against the rising prices a day after Monday’s Bharat Bhandh called separately by the Left parties and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

State multi-portfolio minister Naseemuddin Siddiqui also claimed Mayawati is the only solution for sorting out all the ills faced by the nation. He said “While we urge the central government to roll back the prices of petrol and petroleum products, we must also resolve here today to herald Behen Mayawati as the country’s next Prime Minister, because she is the only leader who has the mettle to check and curb price rise. I am confident that with Mayawati at the helm of affairs, the nation would not find it difficult to tide over many crises facing us”.

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m.singh says:

bharat band or any other state band is not the solution to solve the problem.how can we think for strikes or the country band.the country’s already people already facing poverty and on top these political parties which do promises on the time of the votes that they’ll work for the aam aadmi.are they doing the favour to the aam aadmi by band.don’t know how they pass their time in this critical time.my friends find the better solution of the problem.i think behanji mayawati is the best solution .she got the capability to sort out the country’s problem.

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Make Mayawati PM to bring down prices, says BSP

Lucknow, July 6
 

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leaders Tuesday called on the people to help make party chief and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati the prime minister, asserting that only she could bring down prices and tackle the other crises facing the country.

 BSP staged protests against rising prices at each of the 71 district headquarters across the state.

Addressing a rally here to mark the BSP’s protest against the United Progressive Alliance government’s failure to contain rising prices, state multi-portfolio minister Naseemuddin Siddiqui claimed that Mayawati alone was the answer to all ills faced by the country.

“While we urge the central government to roll back the prices of petrol and petroleum products, we must also resolve here today to herald Behen Mayawati as the country’s next prime minister, because she is the only leader who has the mettle to check and curb price rise,” he said.

“I am confident that with Mayawati at the helm of affairs, the nation would not find it difficult to tide over many a crises facing us,” he claimed.

While Siddiqui led the demonstration in Lucknow, other BSP ministers and prominent party leaders were detailed to lead similar demonstrations in their respective areas of influence.

No violence was reported from any part of the state during the protest.

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BSP protests against price rise in Allahabad

Allahabad, July 6 (ANI): Activists and supporters of the ruling Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) staged a rally in Allahabad on Tuesday to blame Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government for the steep price of essential commodities.

The demonstrators held public meetings on the roadside and raised slogans against the Congress-led government at the Centre and criticised the economic policies of the government.

Protestors also criticised the Centre’s failure to curb inflationary trends which are affecting the general public.

The protest, however, remained peaceful. It didn’t cause any disruption to normal life. Some of the protestors acted like beggars to draw Centre’s attention to common’s man actual condition.

‘By begging, we wanted to show that most of the people in India are very poor. If the Central government suddenly raises price of petroleum products especially kerosene, the BPL (below poverty line) card holders or the people who are just above poverty line, will have no choice left other than begging,’ said Harsh Vardhan Vajypayee, a local leader of BSP, Allahabad.

Reportedly, elsewhere in the state, senior party leaders and ministers attended the protest rallies in their respective constituencies.

It may be recalled that recently, the government raised the price of petrol by rupees 3.73 and diesel by rupees 2 per litre. (ANI)

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BSP holds Dharna and protest against price rise

BSP holds Dharna and protest against price rise
BSP logo 150x150 BSP holds Dharna and protest against price riceIn Uttar Pradesh one day Dharna and protest is being organised today at all district headquarters against decontrol of petroleum products and price rise by the ruling Bahujan Samaj Party.

AIR Lucknow correspondent reports that party workers taken out processions raising slogans against price rise and UPA government reached at Dharna venues. In the state capital Lucknow party leaders and Ministers of state government are sitting on Dharna at Jyotibaphule Park. In Ambedkar Nagar district three ministers of state government including Lalji Verma, Ramachal Rajbhar and Dharmraj Nishad addressed public meeting. In Basti district food and civil supply minister Ram Prasad Chaudhary lead the demonstration.

Party supremo Mayawati has directed its all party organisational units to organise effective demonstrations to aware common men against alleged bad policies of UPA government. She has said that party would organise demonstrations at all state capitals across the country on 15th of this month on this issue.

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BSP stages protest in U.P. against fuel price hike

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Tuesday staged a protest at all the district headquarters in Uttar Pradesh and accused the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government at the Centre of making the life of the common man more miserable.

The BSP’s agitation was described as a “resounding success” by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and party president Mayawati.

Centre responsible

In a press release, Ms. Mayawati blamed the Centre for the soaring inflation and said the increase in the prices of diesel, petrol, kerosene and LPG cylinders had been made to benefit oil companies. The misery and plight of the common man did not figure in the UPA government’s scheme of things, she said.

Instead of decontrolling the petrol prices and reducing the subsidy on LPG cylinders, taxes on petro products should have been reduced. According to her, the Centre was responsible for the unprecedented increase in the prices of food grains and essential commodities.

“The Central government lacked the political will to control inflation,” Ms. Mayawati said.

“Adding to woes”

Senior BSP functionaries, office-bearers, ministers, MPs and MLAs participated in the agitation. In Lucknow, the main function was held at the Jyotiba Phule Stadium. Addressing the gathering, PWD and Excise Minister Naseemudin Siddiqui lashed out at the Centre for the fuel price hike and said the decision had compounded the woes of the poor

 

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