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SARVAJAN HITAYA SARVAJAN SUKHAYA-FOR THE GAIN OF THE MANY AND FOR THE WELFARE OF THE MANY -Governor and C.M. visit Idgaah to greet Muslim brethren on Iโ€™d -C.M. Grieved -C.M. greets people on the occasion of Iโ€™d -Mayawati aiming to capture power in New Delhi -US magazine places Mayawati among top 8 women leaders in world -Maya beats success drum in US mag -Mayawati draws spotlight in US -BSP starts working on social engineering in M.P.
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SARVAJAN HITAYA SARVAJAN SUKHAYA-FOR THE GAIN OF THE MANY AND FOR THE WELFARE OF THE MANY

Governor and C.M. visit Idgaah to greet Muslim brethren on Iโ€™d

Lucknow : October 14, 2007 The U.P. Governor Mr. T.V. Rajeswar and Chief Minister Km. Mayawati arrived at the Aishbagh Idgaah today to greet the Muslim brethren on the occasion of Iโ€™d. In her brief address, the C.M. said that Iโ€™d was a festival of joy, mutual brotherhood, equality and sacrifice. She said that on this occasion we should take resolve to serve the downtrodden and make best efforts to serve the society. The Governor Mr. T.V. Rajeswar also extended warm greetings to one and all on the occasion of Iโ€™d. Earlier, the Naib Imam Idgaah Maulana Khalid Rashid Firangi Mahali conducted the Iโ€™d namaaz. Addressing those who had come for namaaz, he prayed for the Indiaโ€™s prosperity and peace. He also prayed for world peace. He called upon the namaazis to pay special attention to education. Those present on the occasion included Public Works Minister Mr. Naseemuddin Siddiqui, Mines & Minerals Minister Mr. Babu Singh Kushwaha, Information Advisor Mr. Jameel Akhtar, Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh, Principal Secretary to C.M. Mr. Shailesh Krishna, Secretary to C.M. Mr. Navneet Sahgal, Hazrat Maulana Mufti Abu Taiyyab Ahmad Miyan Firangi Mahali, Khwaja Mohd. Raek, Ch. Sharfuddin, Siraj Ahmad Khan, Saeed Aslam Rizvi, Rizwan Ahmad, Maulana Naim-Ur-Rahman Siddiqui, Maulana Mohd. Mushtaq, Saiyyad Ayaz Ahmad, Dr. Salman Khalid and Mohd. Asim etc. ******

C.M. Grieved

Lucknow : October 14, 2007 The U.P. Chief Minister Km. Mayawati has expressed profound grief over the unfortunate incident which occurred due to stampede at the Pawagarh Devi Temple at Panchahal District, Gujarat. In a message, C.M. said that it was very sad that a large number of women and children had been killed in the accident. She has conveyed her heartfelt condolences and deep sympathies to the family members of deceased. She has wished speedy recovery of injured persons. It may be recalled that many people were killed and several were injured in a stampede which occurred at the Pawagarh Devi Temple this afternoon. ******

C.M. greets people on the occasion of Iโ€™d

Lucknow : October 13, 2007 The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Km. Mayawati has extended her warm greetings to the people of the State, specially the Musilm brethren, on the occasion of Iโ€™d-ul-fitr. In a message, the C.M. has described Iโ€™d as a festival of happiness, joy and brotherhood. Iโ€™d is Godโ€™s gift to all of us after month-long fasting and worship, she pointed out. On this joyous occasion all of us should put aside our differences and celebrate Iโ€™d, she added. This festival gives us a message to help the poor and inspires us to live together with peace and mutual understanding, she stated. The C.M. has appealed the people to celebrate Iโ€™d with peace and gaiety. She said that we can create an atmosphere of peace and brotherhood all over the country by giving respect to each other and showing religious forbearance. On the occasion, she emphasised that we should take resolve to bring prosperity and remove inequality from the society. *******

From outlookindia.com

International


Mayawati aiming to capture power in New Delhi

New York, Oct 15 (PTI) Buoyed by her electoral win in Uttar Pradesh, BSP chief Mayawati is now aiming to capture power at the Centre by replicating her “winning formula”.

The 51-year-old has been profiled by the US magazine ‘Newsweek’ as one of the eight outstanding women leaders worldwide who have reached the top despite all odds.

Narrating her struggle, the Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath leader writes in the magazine: “I like the competition and I like to win.”

Underlining that one gets better with time, Mayawati says “our aim now is to replicate the winning formula in other states and prepare for the bigger struggle to capture power in New Delhi.”

Hitherto a party confined to Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath community, the BSP swept the Assembly elections early this year by involving upper castes and Muslims.

Mayawati says her party initially needed an aggressive approach to rally the poor Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath. “Political parties dominated by upper castes got alarmed by the rising masses. Their opposition cut short each of my first four stints as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh.”

She says that in view of the situation, “it became clear we needed to broaden the base to include the poor irrespective of caste or religion.”

So, Mayawati says, she organised village-level amity meetings for the poor irrespective of caste or religion.

Apart from Mayawati, others who write their success story include CEO of the French Energy Conglomerate “Areva” Anne Lauvergeon and Director General of World Health Organisation Margaret Chan.

India Daily

US magazine places Mayawati among top 8 women leaders in world

mayawati among top 8 women leaders

The US magazine Newsweek has placed Uttar Pradeshโ€™s CM Mayawati among eight women leaders worldwide who touched the peak in their career despite all odds. According to the magazine, the firebrand Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath leader has narrated her struggle to rally the oppressed community on a single platform and clubbed them with one of the top community in Indian society.

The new political equation of Brahmin-Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath voters has placed BSP supremo Mayawati in power in Utttar Pradesh for five years. The Brahmin-Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath political equation is not actually new in Indian politics. After the Independence, the Congress party enjoyed greater command of this political equation for long.

In the era of coalition politics, the different caste groups made their own political parties and BSP was founded by Kanshi Ram as the exclusive party of Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath.

The 51-year-old Mayawati is the undisputed leader in the Bahujan Samaj Party, who registered clean sweep victory by winning simple majority for a single party in Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections, after several decades.

It was a great show of a rainbow coalition of Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath, upper castes and Muslims at a single platform. The magazine says further that her next target is to repeat the victory in the other states to make the way smooth for her entry in national politics to capture power in New Delhi one day.

French Energy Conglomerate Areva Anne Lauvergeon and Director General of World Health Organization Margaret Chan are the other women in list of eight top women leaders in the world.

Monday, October 15, 2007 (18:21:52)

Maya beats success drum in US mag

Mayawati


New York: Buoyed by her electoral win in Uttar Pradesh, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati is now aiming at capturing power at the Centre by replicating her “winning formula”. The 51-year-old has been profiled by the US magazine Newsweek as one of the eight outstanding women leaders worldwide, who have reached the top despite all odds. Narrating her struggle, the Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath leader writes in the magazine: “I like the competition and I like to win.” Underlining that one gets better with time, Mayawati says, “Our aim now is to replicate the winning formula in other states and prepare for the bigger struggle to capture power in New Delhi.” Hitherto a party confined to Dalit community, the BSP swept the Assembly elections early in 2007 by involving upper castes and Muslims.

Mayawati says her party initially needed an aggressive approach to rally the poor Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath  “Political parties dominated by upper castes got alarmed by the rising masses. Their opposition cut short each of my first four stints as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh,” she opined. She says that in view of the situation, “it became clear we needed to broaden the base to include the poor irrespective of caste or religion.” So, Mayawati says, she organised village-level amity meetings for the poor irrespective of caste or religion. (PTI)

 

Uttar Pradeshโ€™s firebrand Chief Minister Mayawati has been profiled by the US magazine Newsweek among eight women leaders worldwide who have reached the top despite all odds, with the Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath leader narrating her struggle to rally the oppressed community.

Writing in the magazine, the 51-year-old Bahujan Samaj Party chief, who swept the Assembly elections early this year with a rainbow coalition of Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath, upper castes and Muslims, says her aim is to replicate the victory in the other states and prepare for the bigger struggle to capture power in New Delhi.

Mayawati says her party initially needed an aggressive approach to rally the poor Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath. โ€œPolitical parties dominated by upper castes got alarmed by the rising masses. โ€œTheir opposition cut short each of my first four stints as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh and it became clear we needed to broaden the base to include the poor irrespective of caste or religion,โ€ she said.


Online edition of India’s National Newspaper
Tuesday, Oct 16, 2007

BSP starts working on social engineering in M.P.

Staff Correspondent

Party organises โ€œKshatriya Sammelanโ€ in Bhopal




The event coincided with the anniversary of the historic conversion of Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath to Buddhism

โ€˜Leaders from UP would be touring Madhya Pradesh to build up the BSPโ€™s support baseโ€™




BHOPAL: By organising a โ€œKshatriya Sammelanโ€ (convention of Kashtriya community) here on Sunday, the Bahujan Samaj Party has set the ball rolling for mixing politics with โ€œsocial engineeringโ€ in Madhya Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh Minister Badshah Singh was the chief guest at the special Khastriya Sammelan. The event coincided with the anniversary of the historic conversion of Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath to Buddhism at the initiative of Babasaheb Ambedkar. State BSP president Bhujbal Singh Ahirwar attended the function as a special guest.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Badshah Singh said the Kashtriya community would play a significant role in favour of the BSP and his party would emerge as a force to reckon with in the 2008 Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh. The Minister even announced that he would work concertedly till every youth in the State supports his party.

The State BSP president said not only Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Prabuddha Bharath but even Brahmins and Kshatriyas were joining the BSP in large numbers as they were votaries of change. He said the BSP would fulfil the hopes and aspirations of people belonging to different religious or caste groups.

After the BSP had swept the UP Assembly elections, it was emphasised at the Madhya Pradesh unit executive meeting of the party held here in the last week of August this year that the UP experiment of social engineering would be repeated in Madhya Pradesh. This meeting was attended by Badshah Singh and three other BSP leaders. They were State Minister Rangnath Mishra, Brajesh Pathak, MP, and Paras Nath Mourya, an OBC leader.

These leaders had announced that more leaders from UP would be touring Madhya Pradesh to build up the BSPโ€™s support base in the State before the 2008 Assembly elections.

Assembly elections

The BSP had won only two of the 230 seats in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly in the last Assembly elections. After their resounding success in UP, the BSP leaders are optimistic that with better resources and logistic support from across the border they would be able to expand their base and register electoral gains in districts like Rewa, Satna, Sidhi, Shahdol, Morena and Bhind,bordering UP.

 

The Punekar

BSP to apply UP formula to Maharashtra

October 15, 2007

Indian Express, MUMBAI: With an aim to replicate Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawatiโ€™s sarvajan formula of Uttar Pradesh in Maharashtra, the party is planning a rally at Shivaji Park here and a Brahmin conclave in Pune.

โ€œIn order to show our strength, we are organising a rally at Shivaji Park, tentatively after the Diwali festival. The date is yet to be finalised, but it will be a massive rally and behenji (Mayawati) herself will address it,โ€ a senior BSP leader said.

He said the BSP had already initiated a series of meetings of the Brahmin community across Maharashtra. โ€œOver the past few months, there have been meetings of Brahmin sanghs in Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Thane, Nashik and Ratnagiri. At all these places, Brahmin sanghs have congratulated behenji and resolved to support her as she is the only political leader willing to share power with them,โ€ he said.

An international conclave of Brahmins will be organised sometime in December this year in Pune, and the highlight of the meeting will be the participation of Brahmin intellectuals and industrialists, he said. The conference is expected to pass a resolution in support of Mayawati for recognising the Brahmins as a political force and giving them their share of power.

โ€œThere are many Lok Sabha seats where Brahmin votes can play a pivotal role, like Pune, Nashik, Thane, Ratnagiri and Nagpur. They are in favour of supporting the BSP as they want to help the party which will help them politically. At present, there is not a single party other than the BSP which does it,โ€ he added.

The BSP has been eyeing Maharashtra since Mayawati became the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh about five months back. The party had sent a hundred vijay raths (victory chariots) in Originjal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Parbuddha Bharath localities across Maharashtra. Subsequently, in September, the BSP launched its shasak bano (become administrators) campaign among its cadres to encourage Originjal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Parbuddha Bharath and OBCs to join civil services.

โ€œWe are in the process of appointing about 1,000 pracharaks in each district of Maharashtra. They will be responsible for creating awareness among people that the BSP and behenji are the only solution to their problems,โ€ the leader said.

Meanwhile, the BSP has already roped in Mahant Sudhirdas Pujari, the 27th descendant of priests performing rituals at the Kalaram Temple built by the Peshwas 213 years ago, to coordinate with the Brahmins. It is the same temple where, in 1930, Babasaheb Ambedkar had performed satyagraha demanding temple entry for Originjal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa That is The Great Parbuddha Bharath.

 

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