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Mayawati wants Bharat Ratna for Kanshi Ram

Lucknow, Jan 12 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief, Mayawati today said that the Bharat Ratna should also be conferred on her party’s founder Kanshi Ram for his contributions in the uplift of the Dalits.

“Kanshi Ram should also be conferred Bharat Ratna for his invaluable contributions in the uplift of Dalits and the oppressed,” she said.

Earlier, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L K Advani wrote a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh recommending that the top civilian award be given to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

After that the name of the CPI-M veteran Jyoti Basu had also cropped up.

But, today, the Left has put cold water on its suggestions, saying that the party does not accept state awards.

On Thursday, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi had said that the issue must not be raised in public. (ANI)
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Mayawati wants Bharat Ratna for Kanshi Ram
 

From correspondents in Uttar Pradesh, India, 05:01 PM IST

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has demanded that her mentor and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) founder Kanshi Ram should be honoured with Bharat Ratna, the country’s highest civilian award.

In a letter sent to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Saturday afternoon, Mayawati has drawn his attention to late Kanshi Ram’s contribution in creating the awakening among Dalits and other marginalized sections of society.

‘Kanshi Ram also did a yeoman service in breaking the barriers between different lower castes so that these could unite themselves into a meaningful political force and assert their rights,’ she noted.

The move was being seen as yet another salvo from Mayawati on the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government, with which she has been engaged in a tug-of-war over various political issues since she assumed office in May 2007.

Her demand comes a few days after Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L.K. Advani wrote to Manmohan Singh, proposing former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s name for the top honour.

From correspondents in Uttar Pradesh, India, 05:01 PM IST

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has demanded that her mentor and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) founder Kanshi Ram should be honoured with Bharat Ratna, the country’s highest civilian award.

In a letter sent to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Saturday afternoon, Mayawati has drawn his attention to late Kanshi Ram’s contribution in creating the awakening among Dalits and other marginalized sections of society.

‘Kanshi Ram also did a yeoman service in breaking the barriers between different lower castes so that these could unite themselves into a meaningful political force and assert their rights,’ she noted.

The move was being seen as yet another salvo from Mayawati on the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government, with which she has been engaged in a tug-of-war over various political issues since she assumed office in May 2007.

Her demand comes a few days after Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L.K. Advani wrote to Manmohan Singh, proposing former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s name for the top honour.

 

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has demanded that her mentor and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) founder Kanshi Ram should be honoured with Bharat Ratna, the country’s highest civilian award.

In a letter sent to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday afternoon, Mayawati has drawn his attention to late Kanshi Ram’s contribution in creating the awakening among Dalits and other marginalized sections of society. “Kanshi Ram also did a yeoman service in breaking the barriers between different lower castes so that these could unite themselves into a meaningful political force and assert their rights,” she noted.

The move was being seen as yet another salvo from Mayawati on the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government, with which she has been engaged in a tug-of-war over various political issues since she assumed office in May 2007.

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Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has demanded that her mentor and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) founder Kanshi Ram should be honoured with Bharat Ratna, the country’s highest civilian award.

In a letter sent to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday afternoon, Mayawati has drawn his attention to late Kanshi Ram’s contribution in creating the awakening among Dalits and other marginalised sections of society.

“Kanshi Ram also did a yeoman service in breaking the barriers between different lower castes so that these could unite themselves into a meaningful political force and assert their rights,” she noted.

The move was being seen as yet another salvo from Mayawati on the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government, with which she has been engaged in a tug-of-war over various political issues since she assumed office in May 2007.

Her demand comes a few days after Bharatiya Janata Party leader L K Advani wrote to Manmohan Singh, proposing former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s name for the top honour.

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Lucknow, Jan 12 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief, Mayawati today said that the Bharat Ratna should also be conferred on her party’s founder Kanshi Ram for his contributions in the uplift of the Dalits.”Kanshi Ram should also be conferred Bharat Ratna for his invaluable contributions in the uplift of Dalits and the oppressed,” she said.

 

Lucknow, Jan 12 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief, Mayawati today said that the Bharat Ratna should also be conferred on her party’s founder Kanshi Ram for his contributions in the uplift of the Dalits.

“Kanshi Ram should also be conferred Bharat Ratna for his invaluable contributions in the uplift of Dalits and the oppressed,” she said.

Earlier, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L K Advani wrote a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh recommending that the top civilian award be given to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

After that the name of the CPI-M veteran Jyoti Basu had also cropped up.

But, today, the Left has put cold water on its suggestions, saying that the party does not accept state awards.

On Thursday, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi had said that the issue must not be raised in public. (ANI)

UP Govt to intsall 2,500 computers in schools
11 Jan, 2008, 1130 hrs IST, PTI

LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to install computers in 2,500 schools in the state under the information and communications technology scheme.
“Under the scheme, about 2,500 government and government aided secondary schools would receive a financial aid of Rs 6.70 lakh,” Principal Secretary Secondary Education AK Mishra said here on Friday.
The secondary education department would be divided into zones for effective implementation of the scheme, he said, adding that a six member committee has been constituted for implementing and monitoring of the scheme.

The students, undergoing computer training, would not be charged anything, he added.

 

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  Thai sugar surplus may sour Indian interest
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NEW DELHI: As if India’s production glut is not enough in the global market, Thailand, the biggest sugar exporting country after Brazil, is likely to produce a record .7 million tonne sugar this year.

The problem is the consumption in Thailand is hardly 1.8 million tones and the rest of the produce will come to the global market which in turn will hit the Indian interest.

According to available data, Thailand had produced 6.8 million tonnes last year, of which 5 million tonnes were exported.

Indian sugar sector is already reeling under production glut problems. India’s sugar mills and government are still struggling to deal with the problem of plenty in sugar sector.

Record Thai output is bound to increase the global sugar surplus, which will be around 11.05 million tonne in the marketing year ending September 30.

This will result in a price crash. The prices had gone down 8 per cent last year and 20 per cent the year before.

Normal weather and the current attractive sugar Futures price were helping to boost output in Thailand. Thailand exports both raw and white sugar, mostly to Asia.

Raw sugar Futures for March delivery rose 1.1 per cent to 11.57 cents a pound on ICE Futures US on Thursday. The price has gained 6.9 per cent this month.

However, the Thailand news is not good for India. The domestic production, especially in Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh, is giving farmers sleepless nights as they are not getting even the production cost from their produce. The government’s minimum support price scheme is also under strain now with the sugar mills finding it difficult to pay the amount.

In Uttar Pradesh, the minimum support price scheme is under the legal scanner now with the plan challenged in the Supreme Court following an order from the Allahabad High Court.

 



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Maya ready to risk political isolation


11 Jan 2008, 0226 hrs IST,Subodh Ghildiyal ,TNN

NEW DELHI: Congress leadership has refused to censure the new-found aggression against BSP and reacted unfavourably to chief minister Mayawati’s non-negotiable demands of SPG cover and mega-package for Uttar Pradesh, in what is being seen as the paving of way for a divorce with the Dalit outfit on January 15.

But for a last-day ‘birthday diplomacy’, BSP chief Mayawati would be politically isolated in the run-up to Lok Sabha polls, in sharp contrast to the overdrive which parties have gone into to form political fronts. There is a sense of anticipation across the anti-Congress spectrum over the denouement.

While there is palpable glee in Samajwadi Party, which sees itself as the raison d’etre of the friendship, the Left front has always been more comfortable with ’socialist’ Mulayam Singh Yadav than the unpredictable Dalit leader. The two are also set to come together for Central stakes.

BJP is already buzzing with hope over a falling out between BSP and Congress, in what would be good news for all. Only Congress seems caught in a tight corner.

It is learnt that Mayawati has decided on ‘anti-Congressism’ as the agenda of her coming battles and has shrewdly worked towards a separation plan. Sources said demands of SPG security cover and over Rs 80,000 crore package for Uttar Pradesh were crafted to trigger a split. Congress was lulled by the ‘comfort’ provided by its Central regime to UP chief minister and did not expect such a sharp turn of events.

According to the big picture, the Dalit outfit is positioning itself for a post-Lok Sabha scenario, with its ‘neutrality’ aimed to keep it afloat for an alliance irrespective of the winner in Mandate 2009.

But crucially, Mayawati’s distancing from Congress stems from the conclusion that BSP’s growth plans hinge on a strident anti-Congress line. BSP is hoping to dent Congress in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Karnataka by poaching on its Dalit votebase. Party managers are working ceaselessly to mobilise Dalits in these states by roping in rebels.

The same comes after it made a modest beginning in Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat elections but did enough to hurt Congress. Contrary to the much-hyped Brahmin card, the party is banking on OBC leaders in these states to hammer out a Dalit-OBC combination which could impact the Congress base.

Insiders say BSP cannot be “soft” on Congress if it is to succeed in weaning away Dalits from the rival fold. Only in Madhya Pradesh would the party have to work against ruling BJP. In what would be an onslaught on Congress, BSP has identified ‘reservation in private sector’ as its rallying slogan. Aggression on the issue would put the Congress in firing line.

The lead UPA player had followed its Lok Sabha win with a high-pitch rhetoric on ‘private sector quota’ but has since let it fizzle out. On the other hand, UP CM is citing the ‘quota’ announced by her in PPP projects in UP to woo Dalits.

Though the UP landslide has created a ‘Mayawati sentiment’ among Dalits nationally, it is estimated that BSP would have to project Congress as hostile to Dalits to exploit the advantage. Observers say Mayawati’s high-pitch drama on security and charging Congress with a conspiracy to kill her are aimed at projecting the party in anti-Dalit light.


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Former TRS member, ‘Tiger’ Narendra finally took the plunge and joined BSP recently in a bid to be back in active politics in Andhra Pradesh. He is now back into the groove after lying low for a brief period due to an unproven human trafficking case.

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FORMER CENTRAL Minister and MP from Andhra Pradesh, A Narendra joined Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on January 6 this year in the presence of Mayawati at Hyderabad.
 
Narendra was a hardcore RSS (Rastriya Swayamsevak Sangh) activist, and was previously a member of the TRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi). He is popularly known as ‘Tiger’ among his followers and party cadre. Narendra was elected to the Lok Sabha in 2004 elections from Medak constituency of Andhra Pradesh under the TRS banner. Very soon, he took oath as a central minister in UPA government. After one and half years, TRS withdrew from UPA government. At that time Narendra also resigned his post.
 
Gradually, TRS chief K Chandra Sekhararao started differing with Narendra’s attitude. He gave many warnings to Narendra. But Narendra did not pay heed to the party warnings and continued with his controversial statements. He was then suspended from TRS. After that he formed a new party TRS (Narendra) with his followers.
 
Since the last six months he has kept low in state politics as four months back his name came out in a human trafficking case. But it has not been proved till now.
 
Narendra began his political career with RSS. He was identified as a hardcore RSS volunteer. Due to his dashing nature, he was nicknamed as Tiger Narendra. Till 2003 he played a key role in BJP. Just before 2004 general elections, he came out from BJP. He then started a forum to achieve Telangana separate state. While the movement was at its peak, he merged his forum in TRS Party.
 
He became the focal point of controversial statements numerous times. For the past couple of months he had been discussing his political career with his followers.
 
Finally on January 2, he decided to join the BSP in a meeting convened by his followers. He would join BSP in the presence of Uttar Pradesh chief minister and party supremo, Mayawati. The State BJP unit conducted a meeting on January 6 at Hyderabad. BSP head Mayawati also attended the meeting. Narendra and his followers joined BSP on that day in a big way.

Political spat over Bharat Ratna deepens

Friday, 11 January , 2008, 21:17 New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s demand to honour former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee with the country’s highest civilian honour, Bharat Ratna, has triggered a fresh row among political parties

While the BJP on Friday took strong offence to Information and Broadcasting Minister Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi’s remark that the Bharat Ratna could not be “demanded,” the Left parties jumped in the fray, saying that veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu could also be given the award.

A senior Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader took strong exception to the BJP’s attempt to “politicise” the award.

Responding to media persons’ questions in Kolkata, CPI-M politburo member Biman Bose said: “I don’t know the parameters under which Bharat Ratna is awarded or whether Vajpayee fulfils that criteria. But it is definite that they are doing politics over it.”

Asked whether Basu should be awarded the Bharat Ratna, Bose said: “I don’t know whether Basu fulfils the parameters. If he fulfils it, Basu can be given the highest civilian award.”

Meanwhile, the BJP reacted sharply to Dasmunsi’s comments. “It is a communication between the Leader of the Opposition (L K Advani) and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. What does a Union Minister have to do with it?” BJP spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy said to reporters here.

Advani had written to the prime minister proposing Vajpayee’s name for the honour for Vajpayee’s contribution to the nation and strengthening democracy. Wondering why the Leader of Opposition had written such a letter, Dasmunsi said a committee formed by the government would decide on the awards.

“Such matters are not decided though letters,” the Minister said.

The Bharat Ratna was last conferred on shehnai maestro Ustad Bismillah Khan and India’s nightingale Lata Mangeshkar in 2001.

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Mayawati gives jitters to Congress leadership

G.V.L. Narasimha Rao

The countdown for the next general election has begun. All the parties have started their preparations in right earnest. The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) factor has emerged as a key imponderable for the main contenders for power, the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party.
 
The BSP acted as a spoiler for the Congress party in the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly elections. Though the party secured only 2.6% and 7% of the popular vote in Gujarat and Himachal, respectively, it hurt the Congress in as many as 14 seats in Gujarat and nine seats in Himachal Pradesh.
 
Earlier in 2004, the BSP undermined the Congress-NCP alliance in the Vidharbha region, where the combine lost 10 of the 11 seats—four of them on account of the BSP factor.
In the New Delhi municipal polls last year, the BSP polled an impressive 10% and won 15 wards to help an emphatic BJP win.
 
In key states scheduled to go to polls this year, namely Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, the BSP has a sizeable presence and the potential to wreck the Congress’ prospects. Even in Karnataka, due for polls in April-May this year, the BSP could wreck the Congress’ already feeble prospects.
 
The BSP tends to hurt the Congress more than the BJP or any other party mainly because nationwide, the Congress is the preferred party of Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath and, thus, receives the lion’s share of the Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath vote in all states, except in Uttar Pradesh where Mayawati has replaced the Congress as the preferred party.
 
Mayawati is now threatening to do to the Congress all over the country what she has done to that party in Uttar Pradesh.
 
Mayawati’s success in Uttar Pradesh is a result of her social engineering strategy where the BSP—with a firm and committed Dalit vote base—has won the support of the Brahmins and a section of the backwards to secure an outright majority in the assembly. Brahmins account for one-sixth of the Uttar Pradesh electorate but have not received commensurate participation in the power sharing structure.
 
Mayawati is trying to replicate the Uttar Pradesh formula everywhere by attracting the BSP’s natural constituency of Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath  voters and other numerically strong communities that have not received due share of political power. For Mayawati’s game plan to succeed, she will have to first cross a threshold level in vote share to be able to attract these dominant yet neglected castes.
Hence, Mayawati is making frantic attempts to wean away a large chunk of the Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath  vote nationally from the Congress. This is possible only if she projects herself as a “victim” and the Congress as the “culprit” and “oppressor”. Towards this end, Mayawati is promising reservations in private sector to the scheduled castes, tribes and other backward castes as a bait and projecting herself as the true champion of the downtrodden.
 
Mayawati’s victory in Uttar Pradesh that defied all odds has sent a positive message to  Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath nationally. Dalit leaders, mostly from the Congress, and Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath  officials across the country are assisting Mayawati in her all-India plans. In Mayawati, the community sees a potential first ever Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath prime minister.
 
Emotional issue
 
Mayawati will make a huge impact on Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath  voters nationwide when she projects herself as a prime ministerial candidate in the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls. Her party’s performance in recent assembly elections is not a true measure of the BSP’s likely support in the Lok Sabha polls as her prime ministerial projection—with its huge emotive and aspirational appeal—may help the BSP emerge as the dominant choice of the Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath  voters, particularly the young among them. Voting is habit forming in nature and if Original Inhabitants of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath  migrate to the BSP once, it will be very difficult for the Congress to win them back.
 
In the 2004 Lok Sabha elections, the BSP secured 5.3% of the national vote, which was marginally higher than its vote share of 4.2% in the 1999 Lok Sabha polls. According to my estimates, if the BSP secures an additional 5% of votes, i.e. if it manages to increase its vote share to 10%, it is likely to win around 50 seats nationally and could unintentionally deliver as many as 50 additional seats to the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance nationally than what this combine might win otherwise in the 2009 Lok Sabha polls. This could send the Congress’ national tally plummeting down to less than 100 seats.
 
For the Congress, the BSP threat is real and the party may face gradual UP-like marginalization if the BSP succeeds in making a deep dent in the Congress’ Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath vote in the 2009 Lok Sabha polls. The stage is set for a huge battle between the Congress and the BSP for the Original Inhabitant of Jambudvipa ie., The Great Prabuddha Bharath  constituency. Can the Congress ward off Mayawati’s challenge? This is a key question that will determine the Congress’ future and ironically, that of the NDA as well.

G.V.L. Narasimha Rao is a political analyst and managing director of Development & Research Services, a research consulting firm.

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