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313 LESSON 30 06 2011 Dhanañjaanii Sutta Dhanañjaani FREE ONLINE eNālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY and BUDDHIST GOOD NEWSletter to VOTE for BSP ELEPHANT to attain Ultimate Bliss-Through http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org-The members of Bahujan Samaj Party protest against rise in the price of petroleum products in Bangalore on Wednesday.-When prices of crude oil were falling, where was the need to hold meeting of empowered group of ministers —Hon’ble Chief Minister ji-A day before prices of crude oil had fallen by 5 per cent, so decision of increasing oil prices not logical -Increase in oil prices to hit already burdened poor and middle classes badly-CM’s programme of spot surprise inspection of development works and law and order announced, inspection programme to commence after completion of session of legislature in August-In view of increased resources Central Planning Commission approves Rs. 47000 crore annual plan for U.P. for year 2011-12PITICS is SACRED with HIGHLY PROMISING BEST GOVERNANCE of MAYAWATI JI-
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313 LESSON 30 06 2011 Dhanañjaanii Sutta
Dhanañjaani
 FREE ONLINE eNālandā Research and Practice
UNIVERSITY and BUDDHIST GOOD NEWSletter to VOTE for BSP ELEPHANT to attain
Ultimate Bliss-Through
http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org-The members of Bahujan Samaj
Party protest against rise in the price of petroleum products in Bangalore on
Wednesday.-When prices of crude oil were falling, where was
the need to hold meeting of empowered group of ministers
—Hon’ble Chief
Minister ji-A day before prices of crude oil had fallen by 5
per cent, so decision of increasing oil prices not logical -Increase in oil prices to hit already burdened
poor and middle classes badly
-CM’s programme of spot surprise inspection of
development works and law and order announced, inspection programme to commence after completion of session of legislature in
August
-In view of increased resources Central Planning
Commission
  approves Rs. 47000 crore
annual plan for U.P. for year 2011-12



Dhanañjaanii Sutta: Dhanañjaani

The Pali title of this sutta is based on the PTS (Feer)
edition.

Thus have
I heard. At one time the Blessed One was staying near Raajagaha, in the Bamboo
Grove,[1]
at the Squirrels’ Feeding-Place. Now at that time the Brahman lady Dhanañjaani,
wife of a certain Brahman of the Bhaaradvaaja family, was a fervent supporter
of the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Sangha. And this lady, while serving the
Bhaaradvaaja Brahman with his dinner, came before him and burst out with this
triple inspired utterance: “Praise to the Blessed One, the Arahant, the
Fully Self-Enlightened One! Praise to the Dhamma! Praise to the Sangha!”

At these
words the Brahman said to her “Now then, now then! Every chance she gets
this wretched woman has to sing the praises of that shaveling recluse! Now,
woman, I’m going to tell that teacher of yours what I think of him!”

“Oh,
Brahman, I know of nobody in this world with its gods, Maaras and Brahmaas,
with its recluses and brahmans, whether they be divine or human, who could thus
rebuke the Blessed One, the Arahant, the Fully Self-Enlightened One. But go on,
Brahman, go and you will find out.”

Then the
Brahman, angry and displeased, went to see the Blessed One. After exchanging
greetings and compliments with the Blessed One in a friendly and courteous
manner, he sat down to one side. So seated, he addressed the Blessed One thus
in verse:

What must we slay to live in happiness? What must we slay
if we would weep no more? Is there any single thing of which, You’d approve the
killing, Gotama?

[The
Blessed One replied:]

By slaying wrath you’ll live in happiness Slaying wrath,
you’ll no more need to weep. Kill the poisoned root of anger, Brahman, Which
with sweetness leads to fevered rage.[2]
Killing this the Noble Ones commend: Slaying this, you’ll no more need to weep.

At these
words the Brahman said to the Blessed One: “Excellent, good Gotama,[3]
most excellent! It is, good Gotama, as if someone were to set up something that
had been knocked down, or to reveal what had been hidden, or to point out the
right path to a man who had got lost, or to bring an oil lamp into a dark place
so that those with eyes could see what was there — just so has the good Gotama
shown me the truth[4]
in various ways! I declare[5]
that I go to the Lord Gotama for refuge, to the Dhamma and to the Sangha of
monks, I wish to embrace the homeless life[6]
under the Lord Gotama, I wish to receive ordination.”[7]

So the Bhaaradvaaja
Brahman was received into the homeless life under the Blessed One, and received
ordination. And not so long after his ordination the Venerable Bhaaradvaaja,
remaining alone and secluded, heedful, ardent and resolute, quickly attained
that for which young men of good birth rightly go forth from home into the
homeless life, coming to realize for himself, in this present life, the
unsurpassed goal of the holy life, realizing that “birth is destroyed, the
holy life has been accomplished, what was to be done is done! There is no
further life in this world.”[8]

And that
Bhaaradvaaja became an Arahant.


The members of Bahujan Samaj
Party protest against rise in the price of petroleum products in Bangalore on
Wednesday.



Among those who will
be present in the protest will BSP state coordinator

Dr.Ashok Kumar Siddhart
MLC.

president Mr. Marasandra Muniappa, state Convenor Mr.N.Mahesh,
Vice-President,

Mr.Gopinath,

Treasurer Mr.Koramangala Muniappa, General Secretary
Mr.R.Muniappa,

General Secretary Mr.Kamalanaban,

POLTICS is SACRED with HIGHLY PROMISING BEST GOVERNANCE of MAYAWATI JI


Press information Bureau

(C.M. Information Campus)

Information & Public Relations Department,
U.P.

 

When prices of crude oil were falling, where was
the need to hold meeting of empowered group of ministers
—Hon’ble Chief
Minister ji

A day before prices of crude oil had fallen by 5
per cent, so decision of increasing oil prices not logical

Hon’ble Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati ji writes
letter to Prime Minister, requests him to withdraw price hike

 

Lucknow: 28 June 2011

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms.
Mayawati ji

has requested the Prime Minister Sri Manmohan
Singh through a

letter send today that in the light of countrywide
opposition of

hike in the prices of petro products it would be
apt to abolish the

Central Excise Tax being charged on diesel
currently and the

hike effected in the prices of diesel, kerosene
and LPG should be

withdrawn immediately.

 

In her letter, the Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said
that the Central Government effected hike in the prices of diesel, kerosene and
LPG from the mid-night of 24/25 June 2011. She said that it had resulted in the
rise of the prices of these products by Rs. 3 per litre (diesel), Rs. 2 per
litre (kerosene) and Rs. 50 per cylinder (LPG). She said that the consumer would
be further burdened by this increase and the hike in the price of diesel would
result in the rise in the prices of essential commodities of daily use as the
transportation cost of goods would increase. She said that the farmers would be
adversely hit by this hike and they would not be compensated for it. She said that
this hike would badly hit the already burdened poor and middle classes.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji, in her letter
written to the

Prime Minister, drew his attention towards the
statement of the

Union Petroleum Minister given at the time of
price hike. She

said that the Petroleum Minister said that the oil
companies

would face a deficit of Rs. 1,70,000 crore during
the year 2011-

12. The Central Government has claimed that by
decreasing the

taxes, the oil companies had been compensated by
Rs. 49,000

crore and through this price hike it had
compensated them by

Rs. 21,000 crore. She said that had the Central
Government

abolished the central excise tax on these products
then the Rs.

21,000 crore deficit would have been compensated
and the need

to hike the prices of these products would not
have risen.

Questioning the need of increase in the oil
prices, the

 

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that Union
Petroleum Minister,

during his press conference mentioned that the
crude prices had

risen to 113 American dollars. She said that when
the EGOM

met to decide hike in the petroleum prices, the
crude prices in

the international market were coming down during
the past few

months. A day before the meeting, when the EGOM
had been

discussing hike in the prices of petro products,
the prices of

crude had registered 5 per cent decline. Yet, the
EGOM decided

to increase prices, which does not seem logical.

 

Hon’ble Ms. Mayawati ji in her letter has also
referred that

UPA Government, from the financial year of 2005-06
to 2010-

11, had given a concession of more than Rs. 31
lakh crore to

corporate world. She said that during the year of
2010-11 about

Rs. 4.61 lakh crore concessions in taxes had been
given to

corporate world, while Rs. 21000 crore would be
gained from

the increase in prices of diesel, cooking gas and
kerosene oil on

24 June 2011. She said that in this way common man
was

suffering from the burden of price hike in place
of corporate

world which was being benefited. This is not
proper and

appropriate in view of financial management.
Hon’ble Ms.

Mayawati ji in her letter has also apprised the
Prime Minister

that in the union budget of 2011-12, the Central
Government

had shown Rs. 1,44,914 crore as Receipt Budget,
which has not

been realised. She said that if the Central
Government could

realise some of the amount by its efforts, then
the poor and

middle class consumers could be saved from the
burden of oil

companies’ losses.

 

Hon’ble Ms. Mayawati ji said that Central
Government had

also appealed to the State Governments through the
newspapers while increasing the prices that the same could control this price
hike by reducing the taxes at their own level.

 

In this connection, she has drawn the attention of
the Prime

Minister that the State Government has already
taken effective

steps in this direction by reducing the rate of
tax from 21 per

cent to 17.23 per cent when the Central Government
had raised

the prices of petroleum products in the financial
year of 2008-09

and completely finished 04 per cent tax on domestic
LPG. She

said that owing to this reduction in the taxes of
both these

commodities, the State Government was suffering
from the

burden of Rs. 1000 crore yearly loss at present.

 

Hon’ble Ms. Mayawati ji said that whenever the
U.P.

Government demanded any package from the Centre
for the

development of the State in view of lack of
financial resources, it

was being rejected or insufficient package was
given. She said

that owing to reduction in Central sales taxes,
the State

Government suffered revenue loss in 2007-08,
2008-09 and

2009-10 and it requested for the subsidy of Rs.
2500 crore from

the Centre, but the Central Government had given
only Rs.

118.87 crore grant. She said that in other States,
especially

Congress ruled States claims had been accepted by
Central

Government as demanded by them. Similarly, the
amount of

subsidy is not being given to the State Government
for various

Central Projects like — backward class scholarship
and central

road fund etc. Besides, the Central Government is
not providing

funds for the upkeep of national highways and the
assistance

being provided under Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak
Yojana was

also not being released. Likewise, the prices of
bitumen had also

increased by one and a half times and the State
Government

was bearing it.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji pointed out in her
letter that

the tax rate on diesel in U.P. was lesser than the
states of

Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Andhra
Pradesh,

Kerala, Uttarakhand, Gujarat, Bihar, Jharkhand,
Rajasthan and

Karnataka etc. She said that in this light there
was no scope for

the State
Government to further decrease the tax rate on diesel.

 

CM’s programme of spot surprise inspection of
development works and law and order announced, inspection programme to commence after completion of session of legislature in
August

 

State to be divided into three zones to streamline
development and law and order of the State

 

Senior officers for development and law and order
to be appointed separately

 

CM directs them to spend 06 days of every month in
their respective zones

 

Lucknow: 27 June 2011

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh said
that after the

completion of session of the legislature in
August, she would conduct

surprise inspections to check progress of
development and law and

order of the State and if any shortcoming was
detected then action

against senior officers along with junior level
officers would also be

initiated. She said that the shortcomings detected
during her surprise

inspections undertaken during the months of
February and March this

year would also be tested during her forthcoming
inspections. She

said that the senior officers of the Government
would also inspect the

steps taken to remove these shortcomings.

 

With a view to streamlining the law and order and
development

of the State, the Hon’ble Chief Minister ji
announced to divide the

entire State into three zones and appointed
separate senior officers

to monitor development and law and order in these
zones. She said

that every zone had 06 divisions. These senior
officers had been

asked to spend 06 days of every month in their
respective zones and

devote full time and review development and law
and order on the

parameters fixed by the Government. They would
have to provide

report to the Government as well. Detailed guidelines
were being

issued in this regard.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji was addressing a
State-level

development and law and order review meeting held
at the Tilak Hall

Secretariat here today.

Giving strict orders to check atrocities on women
and girls, the

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that the FIR of
incidents taking place

with women, irrespective of their class and
community, should be

filed immediately and the guilty should be
arrested. Besides, she said

that if the case was complicated then a maximum of
10 days should

be taken to solve it and the guilty should be
punished. Referring to

the incidents happening with women and girls, she
said that if a

criminal was not traceable within 10 days then
legal action should be

initiated as per the rules and if needed his
property should be

attached as well.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that if a
police officer or an

employee was found conniving with the criminals to
manipulate the

incident and implicated innocent people falsely
then the guilty should

be immediately suspended. If the misdeed of the
police personnel

was proven then he should be dismissed from the
service. Besides, if

the incident was of serious nature, then the
police officer/personnel

should be sent to jail under serious sections.
Similar punitive action

should be adopted against doctors protecting
criminals in the

incidents occurring with women.

 

Giving detailed directions to the officers
regarding the incidents

taking place with women and girls, the Hon’ble
Chief Minister ji said

that a one month long special drive should be
launched at
thana-level

in all the districts from 1 July 2011. She
directed all the DMs to hold

a meeting on the HQs of their respective districts
on June 29 at

10:00 a.m. She directed that the DM, SP/SSP/DIG,
all Dy. SPs, all

thana in-charges, SDM and CMO should attend this
meeting.

 

All the thana in-charges of the State should prepare list of
antisocial/

inhuman elements/persons with dubious character,
which were

involved in mischievous activities by launching a
special drive from 1

July to 31 July 2011. After preparing list, the thana in-charges
should

call these people to thana separately and
ask them to mend their

ways. They should also be warned to behave
properly with women. If

they don’t mend their ways, then they should be
asked to submit

personal bond and if they still indulge in
anti-social activities then

tough legal action should be initiated against
them. Besides,
thana

in-charges should conduct surprise day and night
patrolling of the

areas where such people resided.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that to draw
information

relating to the criminals harassing women, other
professional

criminals, goondas, ruffians and mafias, five
non-political SC,

backward caste, Muslim and upper caste people
active in social

circles having good reputation should be cordially
invited to
thana by

the thana in-charge every month. They would discuss the list
of antisocial elements and draw information whether there was any

improvement in their activities. Besides, they
should also get

information regarding elements trying to disturb
the communal

harmony of the area. Likewise, the police circle
officers would hold

similar meetings with five non-political reputed
persons at the tehsillevels and the SSPs would hold similar meetings at the
district-level every month to cross check the action taken in every police
station

and get feedback about the activities of the
criminals. Directing the

officers to deploy police force on public places
frequented by women,

she said that the district and tehsil-level police
officers should keep

an eye on the police patrolling.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that if the
incidents with

women and girls still occurred in any area, then
action would be

taken against the thana in-charge of that area along with the guilty.

If the lodging of FIR was delayed and efforts were
made to shield the

accused, then the suspension of thana in-charge
should be initiated.

She said that if the case was serious then legal
action should be

initiated against him and he should be dismissed
from the services

and sent to jail under serious sections.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that if the
police personnel

were found guilty in the crimes against women then
they should be

dismissed from the services as per the rules and
sent to jail as well.

The Dy. SPs of those police circles where the
crime against women

showed upward trend, would be given adverse
entries and their

promotion would be put on hold and if needed they
would be

demoted as well. Likewise, if incidents against
women and girls

showed rise in a district then similar action
would be taken against

the DM/SP/SSP/DIG.

 

Giving directives the Hon’ble Chief Minister ji
said that all the

Dy. SPs would review the incidents taking place
with women and

other crimes at the thana-level and
submit its report at the monthly

review meeting to be held at the district-level,
which would be

attended by district-level officers of police, DM
and all the SDMs.

Thereafter, the district-level officers of police
would send report to

the Government, where month-wise and district-wise
thorough

review of the report would be undertaken. She
directed the police

and administrative officers of the field to
maintain better relationship

with the media and to inform the media persons
about the latest

condition and action taken in any incident
occurred in their area.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the
officers to launch a

drive to check occurrence of other crimes as well.
She directed the

officers to launch a drive against professional
criminals and maintain

peace. She asked the officers to keep an eye on
the activities of

elements trying to disturb the communal harmony of
the areas.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the
divisional

 

commissioners and the DMs to attend to the
requirements of the

people on priority basis. They should focus on
drinking water supply,

power, roads, PDS, land acquisition, de-silting of
nullahs, ponds and

canals. She said that proper implementation of Dr.
Ambedkar Gram

Sabha Vikas Yojana and Manyawar Sri Kanshiram ji
Shahri Samagra

Vikas Yojana should also be ensured. Besides, the
patta land under

illegal possession should be freed and provided to
the patta holders.

She also directed that black marketing of
essential commodities and

adulteration of food articles should be checked.
Besides, distribution

of various pensions and scholarships should also
be monitored. She

also asked them to check the quality of important
Government

schemes and very important Government construction
works of

public interest. Directing the officers to dispose
of complaints

received during tehsil and thana diwas and to remain available in

their offices during the office time, she said
that stringent action

would be initiated against those found guilty.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the
Government level

senior officers looking after development and law
and order to

perform their duties with honesty and dedication.
She asked them to

review the progress of their departmental works
and take tough legal

action against officers/employees showing laxity
and maligning the

image of the Government. She said that tough
action should be

initiated against the officers/employees indulging
in corruption or

found guilty of misconduct. She said that inquiry
should be set-up

against such officers/employees and action should
be taken against

them. She said that her Government had given full
liberty to the

officers to work without any pressure and within
the jurisdiction of

law.

 

In view of increased resources Central Planning
Commission
  approves Rs. 47000 crore
annual plan for U.P. for year 2011-12

 

One time release of Central share of Rs. 2553
crore for JNNURM schemes for year 2011-12 demanded Central Government should
sanction electrification of remaining 127000 bastis by year 2012

 

Demand to declare all development blocks of
Mirzapur, Sonbhadra and Bundelkhand as DPAP blocks made Conditions under BPL
list 2002 be removed for destitute women and disabled pension schemes

 

Sanctioning of grant for aided schools under
National Secondary Education Campaign emphasised

 

Lucknow: 20 June 2011

 

Under the directives of the Hon’ble Chief Minister
of Uttar Pradesh

Ms. Mayawati ji, a team of senior officers led by
the Chief Secretary, Mr.

Anoop Mishra, held detailed discussions with the
Central Planning

Commission at a high level meeting at New Delhi
today, regarding the

plan size of the State for the year 2011-12.
Resources over Rs. 47000

crore have been estimated by the State Government
to finance its

schemes. It was pleaded by the State Government
that the demands

made under various programmes were appropriate and
there was a

possibility of increase in its own resources as
well. The Planning

Commission, after detailed discussions, approved
Rs.47000 crore

Annual Plan for Uttar Pradesh for the year 2011-12
at the meeting.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that the State
Government had

been demanding resources from time to time.
Besides, special package

had been demanded for Poorvanchal and Bundelkhand,
but the

Government of India had not taken any decision in
this regard so far.

She said that despite that the State had been
conducting various

welfare and development programmes for the
development of these

areas through its own resources. She said that had
the Central

Government extended its cooperation in these
efforts of the State

Government then the picture would have been
different. Besides, she

also demanded that the Centre should also declare
all the development

blocks of Mirzapur, Sonbhadra and Bundelkhand
regions as DPAP blocks.

 

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji made it clear that
during the 10
th Five

Year Plan the average growth rate of the State had
risen from 5.2 per

cent to 7 per cent during the past four years. The
average expenditure

against the sanctioned schemes was about 98 per
cent. She said that

the State Government had made special efforts for
the welfare and

uplift of SC/ST, dalits and neglected sections.
Giving example, she said

that during the 10th Five Year Plan only 13.4 per cent of the SC/ST subplan was
utilised, but owing to the serious efforts of her Government

and increase in these schemes effected every year
it had risen to 21.6

per cent during year 2010-11. She said that owing
to these efforts of

the State Government an excess outlay of Rs. 1100
crore had been

sanctioned for the SC/ST sub-plan if compared to
last year. It was also

pleaded that the compulsion of the 2002 BPL list
in the destitute

pension and disabled pension should be done away
with to benefit more

and more people. She also demanded that the
Central share of Rs. 2553

crore payable under JNNURM for the year 2011-12
should be released

immediately for urban development.

 

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that timely
availability of Phosphetic

fertilisers was needed to encourage the
agricultural production and to

expand irrigation facilities in Poorvanchal, Saryu
Canal Project should be declared a national project. She said that 323 CHCs,
700 PHCs and

6829 health sub-centres should be sanctioned
immediately under the

National Rural Health Mission, so that the
expansion of health facilities

could be ensured in rural areas. She said that an
additional amount of

Rs. 300 crore should be sanctioned for the housing
of the weaker

sections living in rural areas for the next year.
She said that it was 60

per cent more if compare to last year. Besides,
she also demanded to

sanction necessary amount for implementing cattle
insurance scheme in

all the districts of the State.

 

Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that special
Central aid should be

sanctioned for feeder-separation to ensure
uninterrupted power supply

for the agricultural purposes and to ensure power
supply in rural areas

also. She said that the State Government had made
arrangement of

about 4259 MWs of additional power generation to
ensure 24 hour

power supply in the State and additional projects
worth about 31000

MW capacity had been included under the 12th Plan.
She said that the

Government of India was not providing coal for the
power projects,

even though the State Government had been making
serious efforts.

Since, Uttar Pradesh was far away from the sea
shore; therefore the

import of coal would be a very costly affair as
far as transportation was

concerned. Therefore, the Centre should provide
coal to U.P. on priority

basis for its power projects. She said that
electrification of 127000

bastis still had to be undertaken. So, the Centre
should sanction

necessary amount to complete electrification of
these bastis on priority

basis by year 2012.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister said that owing to the
steps taken by

the State Government to encourage private sector,
proposals worth Rs.

1.72 lakh crore had come to the State Government,
out of which

projects worth Rs. 71628 crore had been taken up
and works on these

projects started. Besides, bidding of projects
worth Rs. 46722 crore

have started and projects worth Rs. 53000 crore
were in pipeline.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister emphasised for
transparency in

allotment of resources for development works and
ban on releasing the

amount for important schemes in discretionary
manner. She said that

State was not getting required financial
assistance for flagship

programmes and important schemes of the Centre. For
example,

National Irrigation Projects have been sanctioned
for other States, but

not even a single project had been taken up as the
National Project for

agricultural based large State like Uttar Pradesh.
More than that, the

recommendations of Central Water Commission for
releasing the

amount for the projects were not being followed.
The subsidy amount

sanctioned against the expenditure in last years
had not been given in

AIBP scheme. Only a simple package had been
sanctioned by the Centre

for Bundelkhand area considering it as a drought
affected area, but

benefits for drought affected area had not been
made available, so far.

The State was not being given the sanctioned grant
90 per cent like

other States.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister said that priority had
been given to

agriculture and agriculture allied sectors in the
State and good results

had come out. She said that several steps had been
taken up by the

State Government to double the income of the
farmers. She said that

agriculture growth rate of the State is more than
the average growth

rate of the Country. It became possible because
the Government had

adopted the crop-wise strategy and special
attention was given to seed

production and transposition. Besides,
arrangements for soil testing,

green fertiliser, bio-fertiliser, new technique,
effective water

management, distribution of credit cards to all
the farmers had been

made in Purvanchal and Bundelkhand to increase
agriculture production

like in other areas of the State.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister said that all bastis
having the

population of more than 1000 persons had been
connected to link roads

by the proper utilisation of resources of the
State. She said that it was

unfortunate that the people of the State was
suffering owing to this

effort of the State Government, because the
Central Government was

not giving sanction to connect the bastis having
the population of less

than 1000 persons with link roads under Prime
Minister Road Village

Scheme. She said about 2400 bastis coming under this
category had

not been connected to link roads, so far.
Similarly, required financial

assistance had not been given for roads in CRF and
more than Rs. 450

crore still required from the Centre.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that census
data of 2011 proved

that more persons had become literate in the State
than the average

number of Country. Women literacy rate in the
State increased 17.04

per cent, while the average literacy rate remained
11.79 per cent of the

Country in the last decade. Men literacy rate was
increased two times in

the State in comparison to the average rate of
literacy of the Country.

She said despite of the necessary provision of
financial assistance under Secondary Education Campaign, the Centre was not
giving financial assistance to private schools so far. She said that more than
85 per cent schools of the State belonged to private sector, out of which
maximum schools were aided schools.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that basic
facilities like - CC road,

Education, Health etc were being provided to
people under Dr.

Ambedkar Village Development Scheme in SC
dominated villages. More

than 10,000 villages had been saturated in the
State, so far and 2480

villages would be covered under this scheme in
2011-12. She said that

under Uttar Pradesh Mukhyamantri Mahamaya Garib
Arthik Madad

Yojana, state Government was providing financial
assistance of Rs. 400

per month through its own resources to those BPL
families, who were

not included in BPL list of 2002 and had not been
benefited by any

pension or
public distribution system scheme.



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