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Online edition of India’s National Newspaper
Sunday, Apr 13, 2008

BSP contesting all seats

Special Correspondent

Sindhia releases first list, party to circulate a 20-page appeal


THE FIRST LIST: BSP general secretary P.G.R. Sindhia releasing the party’s first list of 50 candidates in Bangalore on Saturday. Veer Singh (left), MP; M. Muniyappa, BSP State unit president, and Trisul Pani Patil, BSP State general secretary, are with him.

BANGALORE: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will contest all 224 seats in the coming elections to the Legislative Assembly.

Releasing the first list of 50 candidates here on Saturday, the BSP national general secretary P.G.R. Sindhia said the party national president and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati will tour the State in three phases starting from May 5.

Mr. Sindhia said the party would circulate a 20-page “appeal” issued by Mayawati in lieu of a party manifesto. The appeal would be printed in various languages spoken in Karnataka and would be given at the doorstep of voters by the party workers in the State.

Asserting that the party had a vision for the State, Mr. Sindhia said: “The party follows a philosophy and even in the elections, the party will not waver from it. We have no political enemies but we do have an ideology to follow which makes us different from the other parties.”

He said: “We will post a surprising result in the elections and we have the means to do it. we have invisible voters who are motivated by our philosophy.” Mr. Sindhia said Ms. Mayawati would address eight public meetings in the State. On May 5, she would speak in Chamarajanagar, on May 12 in Bellary and Chitradurga, and on May 17 and 18 in Bidar and Gulbarga.

The party would launch its campaign on April 13 at its party office which would be attended by all district level presidents and office-bearers.

The party leaders, including Mr. Sindhia, would start touring the State from April 19. Mr. Sindhia and State general secretary Pani Patel would tour 80 constituencies together. BSP State unit president Marasandra Muniyappa would tour 80 other constituencies.

Following is the list of BSP candidates: N. Mahesh (Kollegal-SC), Shamsuddin M. Patil Ganihar (Sindhagi),Vaijanath Suryavamshi (Aurad-SC), Sridhar Kalaveer (Sakleshpur-SC), R. Muniyappa (Mahadevapura-SC), M. Muniyappa (Devananalli-SC), Jigani Shankar (Anekal-SC), Parimala Nagappa (Hanuru), V. Srinivasan (Pulikeshinagar-SC), Sayyad Zulfikar Hashmi (Bidar), Mundargi Nagaraj (Hagaribommanahalli-SC), Sayyad Roshan Mullah (Shiggaon), Chandrakantha Gaddagi (Gulburga Rural-SC), D. Shobha Bellary (Hubli-Dharwad East-SC), Babusaheb Kasimnavar (Kalghatgi), Umesh Hegade (Yellapura), Panduranga Swamy (Holalkere), Venkatesh Nayak (Molakalmuru-ST), Varaprasad (Mandya), R. Manjunath (Bangalore South), J. Jayappa (Shikaripura), M.V. Kotresh (Soraba), A. Appayyanna (Byatarayanapura), Vishwanath. C (Mahalakshmi Layout), G. Bette Gowda (Yeshwanthpur), A. Papanna (BTM Layout), M.S. Mukram (Channapatna), Obanna Poojar (Chellakere-ST), H.J. Kantharaju (Hiriyur), Mohan Kumar (Hosadurga), Umesh (Turuvekere), Lingaraju (Tiptur), D. Muralidhar (Koratagere), V. Narayanaswamy (Bangarapet-SC), R.S. Kumar (Malur), Sajjad (Kolar), H. Narayanappa (Mulabagilu-SC), N. Muniswamy (Chintamani), Suresh (KGF-SC), Murugan (Gandhinagar), S.K. Sajid Ahmed (Hebbal), K.P. Narasimharaju (Shantinagar-SC), Venkatesh (Bommanahalli), Vivek Menon (Sarvajnanagar), Srinivasa Murthy (Chamarajanagar), Nisarga Nagaraju (Malleswaram), K.V. Srinivasappa (Rajajinagar), Hennur Srinivas (Pavagada-SC), Guruppaji (T. Narasipura) and Mahadevappa (Nanjangud).

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Watch out for bogus voting, EC tells staff

From Shruba Mukherjee, DH News Service, New Delhi:

The Election Commission is understood to have warned its Karnataka-bound poll observers about the possibilities of bogus voting and appeasement of voters with liquor and money, especially in northern Karnataka during the forthcoming Assembly elections.


In a special briefing session for the 224 general and 61 expenditure observers here on Saturday, Chief Election Commissioner N Gopalaswami reportedly cautioned them about ‘troubled spots’ like Udupi, Dharwad as well as some localities around Bangalore.

Apprehending that the strong mining lobby in northern Karnataka might spend huge sums of money during the elections, the CEC asked the Expenditure Observers to report to the EC every third day on the expenditure incurred within their assigned constituencies.

Working on reports that a number of breweries in neighbouring Goa have got huge orders, the CEC asked the observers to be particularly careful about the supply of liquor in Karnataka before and during the polls. To prevent overflow of liquor to the poll-bound state, the EC has also asked the Goa-Karnataka border to be sealed.

Peculiar problems

Since Karnataka would be the first state to go to polls with delimited constituencies the CEC also mentioned about some peculiar problems particularly in Municipal Corporation areas as there would be too many polling booths within a small area.

There would also be 3,000 auxiliary poll stations in and around Bangalore and Mysore and the observers would have to take special care about those centres, he said adding that they would have to train the static micro-observers who would be deployed inside the polling stations to observe and ensure the purity of the polling process.

Central Government/Public Sector employees would be utilised to the extent possible as Micro observers and they would be deployed along with the Central Forces.  The observers were also asked to ensure that the process of displaying publ-icity material of the  parties at public places was transparent as the local authorities might be biased in favour of certain  parties.

He also assured the observers that their reports to the EC on the discrepancies or irregularities during the poll process would not be accessible through Right to Information Act as in that case their security would be at stake.

The observers would reach the allotted consti-tuencies  one day before the last day of nomination and stay there till the end polls.

STATE POLLS

*EC worried over strong mining lobby

*State told to seal border with Goa to prevent liquor flow

*Observers must train micro-observers to be deployed inside booths

*Observers must ensure transparent publicity material display

*Observer reports not to be made public

BSP’s first list
DH News Service, Bangalore:
Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will show surprising results in the coming elections and will be one of the deciding factors in the formation of the State government, the BSP National General Secretary P G R Sindhia said in Bangalore on Saturday.


Speaking to presspersons he said the party supremo Mayawati would participate in the election campaigning and tour all over the State for four days. She would address public meetings on May 5 in Chamarajnagar, on May 12 in Bellary and Chitradurga districts, on May 17 in Belgaum and Dharwad districts and on May 18 in Bidar and Gulbarga districts.

Releasing the first list of 50 candidates, Sindhia said workers who had served the party for the last 15 years including three former legislators had figured in the list. The second list would be released in the next three days, he said.

NRI joins BSP: Vivek Menon, a businessman who has returned from the US, joined the BSP.

List of candidates

Kollegal (SC) - N Mahesh, Sindgi - Shamshuddin M Patil Ganihar, Aurad (SC) - Vaijanath Suryavamshi, Sakleshpur (SC) - Sridhar Kaliveer, Mahadevapura (SC) - R Muniyappa, Devanahalli (SC) - M Muniyappa Koramangala, Anekal (SC) - Jigani Shankar, Hanur - Parimala Nagappa, Pulkeshinagar (SC) - V Srinivasan, Bidar - Syed Zulfikar Hasmi, Hagri Bommanahalli (SC) - Mundargi Nagaraj, Shiggaon - Dr Syed Roshan Mulla, Gulbarga Rural (SC) - Chandrakanta Gaddagi, Hubli - Dharwad East (SC) - D Shobha Bellary, Kalghatgi - Babusaheb Kasimnavar, Yellapur - Umesh Hegde, Hollallkere - Panduranga Swamy, Molkalmur (ST) - Dr Venkatesh Nayak, Mandya - Varaprasad, Bangalore South - R Manjunath.

Shikaripura - J Jayappa, Soraba - M V Kotresh, Byatarayanapura - M Appayanna, Mahalalakshmi Layout - C Vishwanath, Yeshwanthpur - G Bettegowda, BTM Layout - A Papanna, Channapatna - M S Mukaram, Challakere (ST)- Dr Obanna Pujar, Hiriyur - H K Kantaraju, Hosdurga - Mohan Kumar, Turvekere - Umesh, Tiptur - Lingaraju.
Korategere (Reserved) - Dr D Muralidhara, Bangarapet (Reserved) - V Narayanaswamy, Malur - Dr R S Kumar, Kolar - Sajjad, Mulbagal (SC) - H Narayanappa, Chintamani - N Muniswamy, KGF (SC) - Suresh, Gandhinagar - Murugan, Hebbal - S K Sajid Ahmed, Shantinagar - K P Narsimharaju, Bommanahalli - Venkatesh, Sarvajnanagar - Vivek Menon, Chamarajnagar - Srinivas Murthy, Malleswaram - Nisarga Nagaraju, Rajajinagar - K V Srinivasappa, Pavagada (SC) - Hennur Srinivas, T Narasipura - Guruppaji, Nanjangud - Mahadevappa

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