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(Chief Minister Information Campus)
Information and Public Relations Department, U.P.
State Government terms allegations levelled
by Union Minister Mahaveer Prasad as false and baseless
Gagaha police registered case on the directives of High Court
State Government has nothing to do with this case
Lucknow : February 11, 2009
The State Government spokesman has termed, allegations
levelled by the Union Small Scale Industries Minister Mr. Mahaveer
Prasad that he was being implicated in a case under a conspiracy, as
false and baseless. The spokesman said that the Hon’ble High Court
ordered the C.J.M. Gorakhpur to register a case of murder and
concealment of facts against Mr. Mahaveer Prasad and three others.
Therefore, the same was registered yesterday (Tuesday). The
spokesman said that the State Government had nothing to do with this
The spokesman here today said that the allegations levelled by
Mr. Mahaveer Prasad against the State Government were totally false
and baseless. The spokesman said that it was purely a matter where
the orders of the Hon’ble High Court were followed. Besides, it was a
case related to murder. The State Government had no hand in it. The
Gagaha police was working according to the orders of the court.
It may be recalled that the Gagaha police, after receiving a copy
of the court order, registered a case against the accused under section
302/201/504/506/120B/427 of I.P.C. and under Prevention of
Atrocities Against SC/ST Act 3(2)5. The circle officer (C.O.) Bansgaon
is investigating the case.
News item being aired by some channels regarding banning
of construction of house of Sonia Gandhi in Rae Bareli
by State Government is totally false and baseless
Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust constructing building,
not the house, without getting approval of the map
Trust manager requests to present map within a week,
also requests for compounding
Lucknow : February 11, 2009
The State Government spokesman has said that the news item,
being aired by some channels regarding banning of construction of the
house of Mrs. Sonia Gandhi in Rae Bareli by State Government, is totally
false and baseless.
Clearing the situation in this regard, the spokesman said that first
of all no house was being constructed for the U.P.A. President Mrs. Sonia
Gandhi in Rae Bareli, instead the construction in question was being
carried out at the village Bhuyemau within the limits of Rae Bareli
Development Authority by the Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust. The
spokesman said that the D.M./Vice Chairman Rae Bareli Development
Authority, in his report, said that through the report of the junior
engineer of the Authority sent on form ‘B’ on 07 February 2009, it came
to light that the above construction was being carried out without the
approval of the map, while it is imperative to get the map of a proposed
construction approved from the Authority, if the same fell within its limits.
The spokesman said that the Trust neither presented any map for
the aforesaid construction before the Authority nor the Authority gave
any approval in this regard. Therefore, any construction without
permission was totally unauthorised and illegal. It may recalled that the
Secretary of the Trust, in his letter dated 07.02.2009, written to the Vice
Chairman of the Authority, has accepted that the map was not presented
for approval and now the same would be presented before the Authority
for approval within a week. The spokesman further said that the Trust
has also requested for the compounding of the construction.
The spokesman said that the Managing Secretary of the Trust had
been informed by Rae Bareli Development Authority that as soon as the
map was presented, it will be approved without any delay. The Authority
made it clear that the Trust was free to carry out construction according
to the rules.
The spokesman said that in the light of the above facts, the news
item being aired by certain channels was totally false and baseless.
CM pays tribute to Late R. Venkataraman,
V.P. Singh and Archana Saroj in Assembly
Lucknow : February 11, 2009
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Ms. Mayawati has paid glowing
tribute to the former President Mr. R.Venkataraman and former Prime
Minister and Ex-chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Mr. Vishwanath Pratap
Singh during obituary references in Assembly today. While recalling
services of late Mr. R. Venkataraman and late Mr. V.P. Singh to the
country and society, she termed their death as irreparable loss of
Offering tribute to late M.L.A. Archana Saroj, Ms. Mayawti said
that she was an active social worker and a true follower of Dr. Bhimrao
Ambekdar’s mission. She was committed to the welfare and
betterment of downtrodden and exploited people of Sarvasamaj.
Besides, leaders of other political parties paid their homage to these
departed leaders remembering them.
Vidhan Sabha Speaker seeks cooperation of
leaders of all political parties in smooth running of House
Chief Minister and Leaders of other parties
assure Speaker Vidhan Sabha of full cooperation
Lucknow : February 09, 2009
The Speaker of the Vidhan Sabha Mr. Sukhdev Rajbhar at a meeting held
here today sought the cooperation of leaders of all the political parties in the
smooth and peaceful running of the House. Besides, leaders of the different
political parties, the Chief Minister and the Leader of the House, Ms. Mayawati
assured the Speaker of full cooperation of the ruling party.
The Chief Minister, during the meeting, discussed smooth and peaceful
running of the House with the leaders of other political parties, besides other
issue. Since the Chief Minister discussed the smooth running of the House with
the leaders of all parties, and the leaders of all other political parties were busy
in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections and due to other reasons, decision was
taken not to hold all party meet, as the aim of the all party meet had been
achieved during the discussions between the Chief Minister and leader of
opposition parties, in the office of the Speaker Vidhan Sabha.
The Parliamentary Affairs Minister Mr. Lal Ji Verma, Cooperative Minister
Mr. Swami Prasad Maurya, P.W.D. Minister Mr. Nasimuddin Siddiqui, Samajwadi
Party leader Mr. Ambika Chaudhary, Congress leader Mr. Pramod Tiwari, BJP
leader Mr. Om Prakash Singh and R.L.D. leader Mr. Kokab Hameed were
present at the meeting.
Cataract operations: C.M. takes serious view
of post-operation infection in eyes of 19 patients
Both eye surgeons suspended with immediate effect
C.S.M.M.U. Ophthalmology HOD divested of his present charge
Inquiry committee set up, will submit its report within 3 days
Lucknow : February 09, 2009
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati, while taking the
Sarojini Nagar incident seriously in which 19 people got infected after
cataract operation, directed that stringent action be taken against the
doctors responsible for it. On her directives, both the eye surgeons, who
performed these operations, have been placed under suspension with
immediate effect. In this light, the HOD of the Ophthalmology
Department, Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University Lucknow,
has also been divested of his present charge and an inquiry into the
entire episode has been instituted.
A 2-member committee, headed by the HOD of the
Ophthalmology Department, Kanpur Medical College, Dr. S.K. Sachan
has been set up to hold an inquiry into the matter. The committee
would submit its report within 3 days. The Joint Director Health and
State Programme Officer, National Blindness Eradication Programme,
Dr. V.K. Mishra has been named as member of the inquiry committee.
It is noteworthy that 19 people, who had been operated upon for
cataract at the camp, held on February 06 last at the local Sarojini
Nagar PHC, got infected. As many as 07 infection-affected persons were
cured after treatment, while 12 patients are being treated. This camp
was organised by C.S.M.M.U.
Sabhapati Vidhan Prishad administers oath to
12 newly elected members in presence of
Chief Minister and Speaker Vidhan Sabha
Lucknow : February 09, 2009
The Sabhapati Vidhan Prishad Chaudhary Sukhram Singh Yadav
here today administered oath to 12 newly elected members in the
presence of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati and Speaker
Vidhan Sabha Mr. Sukhdev Rajbhar. The oath was administered at the
Rajarshri Purushottam Das Tandon Hall.
Those who took the oath included senior member of the U.P.
Council of Ministers Mr. Nasimuddin Siddiqui, besides Mess. Ashok
Sidhharth, Ahamad Hasan, Dr. Om Prakash Tripathi, Dharm Prakash
Bhartiya, Pratap Singh Baghel, Baburam M.Com., Ramesh Yadav, Ram
Raksha Pal, Lokesh Prajapati, Vinod Kumar Pandey and Dr. Sarojani
The other members of the Council of Ministers and a large number
of party office bearers were present on the occasion.
Complete all ongoing development works
in stipulated time and in a qualitative manner
On directives of C.M., Cabinet Secretary
and Chief Secretary review development
works and law and order of 3 divisions
Complete drinking water supply schemes
of Bundelkhand region in a time bound manner
Lucknow : February 09, 2009
On the directives of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms.
Mayawati, the Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh and
Chief Secretary Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta reviewed the progress of
ongoing development works and law and order situation of Kanpur,
Jhansi and Chitrakootdham divisions here today. Thereafter, she
was apprised of the important decisions taken at the meeting.
The Chief Minister directed the officers to complete all the
development related projects in a stipulated time and in a time
bound manner. She said districts had been provided enough funds
and delay in development works would not be tolerated any more.
Referring to the law and order, the Chief Minister directed the
officers concerned to remain vigilant in every case. She said that
the officers had been directed to work without any pressure. She
said that F.I.R.s should be lodged in even pettiest of the cases and
strict action should be initiated against the guilty.
The Chief Secretary said that the State Government was
sensitive towards the interests of potato growers. He said that
arrangements should be ensured to purchase and storage of
potatoes. He also directed to make arrangements for adequate
number of sacks for the purchase of wheat. He said that keeping
the interests of potato growers of Kanpur-Farrukhabad potato belt,
the State Government had announced potato purchase support
The State Government was conducting subsidy scheme to
encourage the potato export. Under it, bulk purchasers of potato,
who would purchase more than 1000 tonnes of potatoes, would be
encouraged. He asked the D.M.s to ensure that the potatoes were
not left to rot. The D.M.s, during the meeting, informed that owing
to the potato purchase scheme announced by the State
Government, the potato prices had improved considerably.
The Chief Secretary, while reviewing the works and amount
being provided under the Rozgar Guarantee scheme, said that the
digging of the ponds should be ensured before the rainy season, so
that the rain water could be collected and the decreasing
underground water level could be checked. He said that the
renovation of the old ponds should be undertaken and they should
be developed into ideal ponds. Work should be started under
NREGS immediately. He directed that preparations should be made
to deal with the challenges of summer in the Bundelkhand region
and ensure proper water supply through pipes. He also directed the
officers to blacklist those firms which had supplied poor quality
pipes and lodge F.I.R.s against them. He also directed the officers
to ensure repair of defunct handpumps and boring of new
handpumps in the Bundelkhand region.
The Chief Secretary directed the officers to complete all the
works under the Ambedkar Gram Sabha Vikas Yojana by February
28 by all means.
Keeping an eye on the forthcoming board examinations, the
Chief Secretary directed the officers to replace faulty transformers
and ensure proper and uninterrupted power supply in the rural and
urban areas, so that students did not face any difficulties. He
directed the D.M.s and Divisional Commissioner to ensure
energisation of tube-wells on priority basis. Expressing satisfaction
over the progress of Manyawar Kanshiram Ji Shahari Garib Awas
Yojana, he said that wherever the progress was not satisfactory it
should be improved at all costs.
The Chief Secretary directed the officers to provide bicycles
and amount to the beneficiaries of Mahamaya Garib Balika Ashirwad
Yojana and Savitri Bai Phule Garib Balika Madad Yojana by 18
February 2009 at all costs.
The meeting organised, at the Tilak Hall, was attended by
A.P.C. Mr. Anees Ansari, Additional Cabinet Secretary Mr. Vijay
Shankar Pandey, Principal Secretary Planning Mr. Manjeet Singh
and Principal Secretaries to C.M. Mr. Ravindra Singh, Mr. Shailesh
Krishna, Secretary to C.M. Mr. Navneet Sehgal and other senior
NEW DELHI, Feb 12 (Reuters) - India is likely to harvest
77.8 million tonnes of wheat in 2009, almost as much as last
year’s record output, according to government estimates which
largely match trade expectations.
Another bumper crop would offer the government room to ease
the ban on wheat exports after general elections due by May,
analysts and traders say.
That would further pressure benchmark prices in Chicago. On
Wednesday, the Chicago Board of Trade March contract WH9
closed down 12-3/4 cents at $5.43-1/4 a bushel, a 2.3 percent
Chicago wheat touched a record $13.495 a bushel in February
2008, partly due to imports by India.
“The new government will look at opening exports as stocks
with the government on April 1, when the new marketing year
begins, are estimated at 12 million tonnes against a target of 4
million tonnes,” said M.K. Dattaraj, president of the Roller
Flour Millers Federation of India.
The government forecast was slightly lower than last year as
temperatures in wheat growing regions had risen in recent weeks,
said R.K. Mohan, president of Tamil Nadu Flour Millers’
A farm ministry statement said on Thursday that wheat
production was likely to drop marginally to 77.78 million tonnes
from last year’s 78.57 million tonnes.
For a graphic on India’s wheat production in previous years
Farmers in India, the world’s second biggest producer, plant
wheat from October and the harvest begins in March.
Indian farmers grow wheat on about 27 million hectares,
mainly in the northern states of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar
Pradesh and the central state of Madhya Pradesh.
Rains in northern India this week cheered farmers, who
feared wheat output would drop if unusually warm weather in
recent weeks continued.
Production of winter-sown oilseeds would likely rise to 9.64
million tonnes from 9.04 million a year earlier, the statement
Output of rapeseed, the main winter-sown oilseed, was
expected at 6.98 million tonnes against a harvest of 5.83
million tonnes last year.
The estimate is higher than the expectations of traders, who
have forecast a harvest of 6.5 million tonnes.
Traders say higher rapeseed output would reduce India’s
dependence on vegetable oil imports as the oilseed accounts for
15-16 percent of local edible oil demand.
Output of grains, which include wheat, rice, coarse cereals
and lentils, was estimated at 227.88 million tonnes in the crop
year to June 2009, down from 230.78 million in the previous
year, the statement said.
The farm ministry said rice production in the crop year from
July 2008 would touch a record 98.89 million tonnes, up from
96.69 million tonnes.
Output of corn up to June 2009 was estimated at 17.04
million tonnes against 18.96 million, while production of
oilseeds would total 25.96 million tonnes versus 29.76 million
tonnes a year ago.
(Editing by Mark Williams, Editing by Peter Blackburn)
The film is one of the 13 that the state Government has got made in
view of the next elections, by Grey Worldwide, an advertising agency.
She had reportedly asked the filmmakers to go through the films
the Information Department had made in the past, including
documentaries made by professionals. A committee was also formed to
screen the content of the films.
four-minute ad film was distributed to prominent television channels on
Wednesday, and the airing began immediately.
There is Kailash Kher who has lent his voice to spread Mayawati’s
Names like Kiran Deohans, director of photography for
Hrithik-Aishwarya starrer ‘Jodhaa Akbar’, and his filmmaker wife Abaan
Deohans are associated with the film. The lyrics are composed by
Sandesh Shandilya of the “mauja hi mauja” fame.
Of the films, the longest is of 11 minutes, say government
officials, which showcases the overall development of the state. Four
films of four minute each show projects in different sectors. Eight
others, varying from 45 seconds to one minute, are on topics ranging
from education, health and infrastructure.
The film on infrastructure, to be aired on business news channels, is yet to be released.
Later, the films will be released in cinema halls and sent to other states, for which the party will soon formulate a strategy.Nithari killings: Pandher, Koli sentenced to death
Ghaziabad (PTI): Businessman Moninder
Singh Pandher and his servant Surinder Koli were sentenced to death on
Friday for rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl Rimpa Halder, one of
19 victims in the sensational Nithari serial killings.
Pronouncing the sentence in a packed
court room, Special CBI judge Rama Jain held the crimes committed by
55-year-old Pandher and 38-year-old Koli to be “rarest of rare”
deserving capital punishment.
While the counsel of victim’s family,
Khalid Khan termed the verdict as a “slap on the face of the CBI” which
gave a clean chit to Pandher, the businessman’s son Karandeep Singh
said his father was innocent and he would appeal against the judgement
in the Allahabad High Court.
The Court had on Thursday convicted
Pandher and his servant under various sections of the Indian Penal Code
for murder, rape, criminal conspiracy and destruction of evidence. In
the final arguments this morning, the CBI had sought death penalty for
Koli and left the quantum of punishment for Pandher for the court to
decide as the agency had no charges against him in this case.
During the half-hour long arguments,
agency’s counsel S P Ahluwalia termed the killings by Koli as “rarest
of rare” and a fit case for capital punishment.
The judge said, “No more penalty could
be awarded to the accused persons otherwise they deserve more
punishment as their act of murder and rape in this particular case was
beyond all the canons of humanity.” After the court verdict, Pandher
broke into tears while Koli remained unmoved.
Earlier during final arguments, the CBI
counsel argued that Koli has no right to live in society because even
today he has no remorse of his deeds. “He continues to be a threat to
the society,” Ahluwalia said.
The counsel submitted that Koli is a
rare combination of a person indulging in paedophilia (having sex with
children) and necrophilia (having sex with corpse) and there are no
chances of his becoming reformed and rehabilitated.
Ahluwalia said Koli used to lure
innocent women and children to the house of his employer Pandher before
killing them and later having sex with their bodies. In some cases, he
used to cook and eat their flesh, the counsel said.
However, in the case of Pandher, the CBI said “whatever the court deems fit, we will accept that.”
The CBI filed chargesheet in this case
on May 19, 2007 in which it gave a clean chit to Pandher while charging
Koli with rape and murder of Rimpa Halder at the house of the
businessman at Nithari in Noida on the outskirts of Delhi.
In its chargesheet, the CBI had
mentioned that Pandher was in Australia with his wife when the incident
had taken place and also attached his passport details, a contention
rejected by the court.
Rimpa was first of the 19 victims who
was brutally killed on February eight 2005 and her body was found
hacked. Koli was suffering from necrophilia (having sex with dead
bodies) and also charged with cannibalism (eating human flesh).
Investigations into the serial murders
began in December 2006 when the skeletal remains of a number of missing
children and women were discovered from a drain near Pandher’s house.
Besides rape and murder police had also probed allegations of organ
CEC N Gopalswamy is BJP Friendly constitutional functionary.
CEC is undermining democratic institutions
by displaying political bias in his dealings. CEC N
Gopalaswami, instead of taking action against the BJP in a case of distribution
of hate CDs in which an FIR was lodged against BJP president
Rajnath Singh and (senior leader) Lalji Tandon, absolved the party saying that
the BJP has tendered apologies. Even when a chargesheet was filed in November
naming Mr Rajnath Singh and Mr Tandon, the EC did not carry out its promise made
in the order that it would proceed with freezing of BJP’s election symbol
in case the investigation found any of its leaders guilty.
The Mayawati government is
keen to transfer the case to the CBI.
referred CEC’s letters to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Law and
Justice even as there was no official word on the status of Mr
Gopalaswami’s recommendation for removal of election commissioner Navin
Officers and employees working under the Chief Electoral Officer are to be blamed for removing names of thousands of voters belonging to SC/STs, backward classes, minorities and poorer among the forward castes (Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath) in support of Central Asian Invaders from the electroral rolls.Many such families had been denied voter identity cards on the ground that they had not furnished addresses. In the recent Assembly elections 40% of the voters in Karnataka did not find their names in the voters list because of the BJP friendly constitutional functionaries.
Therefore it is necessary that all those who are interested in democracy to unite to remove the CEC which has removed the names of lakhs of voters who are the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Jambudvipa, that is, the Great Prabuddha Bharath denying them the voting rights. In fact the CEC has to be legally punished severly for such a draconian act.
Instead of 3 members in the CEC, a Committe representating to all Caste and Religions have to be formed to ensure that all the Castes and Religious are included in the voters list. This has to be done before the elections for the Lok Sabaha.
The Source Code of the program used in the Micro Chip in the Electronic Voting Machine has to be open and given vide publicity. At least two trained personnels in this matter has to begiven passes in each booth representing all the contesting Political parties.
All those who are freedom lovers who believe that the voting right is most important in a democracy must creat websites and blogs to high light what is happening in this great Democratic Country. Send emails to to all the 4 estate chiefs to put an end to this non-sence in the larger interest of true Democracy.