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03/12/09
LESSON 18-MAYAWATI FOR PRIME MINISTER ! VOTE BSP ELEPHANT FOR CHANGE FOR THE BETTER !Social Transformation! And Economical Emancipation! Through Testing the efficacy of social engineering! By Mighty Great Mind Training!-Mayawati’s senior representative S C Mishra said at the Third Front rally in Tumkur district in Karnataka that BSP’s objective was to make her the prime minister. “It is the aim of BSP to make Mayawati prime minister,” he had said. -MAYAWATI TO HOST DINNER FOR FRONT CONSTITUENTS-OBAMA RAISES TIBET ISSUE WITH YANG-CPI THREATENS TO FIELD CANDIDATES AGAINST CPI (M)
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LESSON 18


Mayawati’s senior representative S C Mishra
said at the Third Front rally in Tumkur district in Karnataka that BSP’s
objective was to make her the prime minister. “It is the aim of BSP to make
Mayawati prime minister,” he had said.
Misra was told to convey to Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M)
general secretary Prakash Karat that the Third Front must project
Mayawati as its prime ministerial candidate.

MAYAWATI TO HOST DINNER FOR FRONT CONSTITUENTS

BANGALORE, MARCH 13- With the BSP keen to project
her as the newly-formed Third Front’s prime ministerial candidate,
party supremo Mayawati has invited leaders of the front’s consituents
to a dinner meeting on March 15 in New Delhi.

Mayawati has made it clear that she would join the Third Front only if she was projected as its prime ministerial candidate.

Her representative at the Front’s launching rally
yesterday at Tumkur near here and party general secretary Satish
Chandra Mishra, has said `It is the aim of the BSP to make Mayawati
prime minister.’

Given this backdrop, the March 15 meeting assumes
significance as the leadership issue will almost certainly be discussed
although the Third Front has so for taken the line that the prime
ministerial question would be addressed only after the Lok Sabha
elections are over and results declared.

Sources in the JD(S), however, said the dinner
meeting could discuss the modalities, of the proposed `National Policy
Document’ of the Front.

Former Prime Minister and JD (S) chief H D Deve
Gowda had said during the rally yesterday that the Front will come out
with the document for the Lok Sabha polls.

Despite the presence of Mishra at the rally, the BSP
is yet to declare unequivocally whether it is a part of the Third Front
or not.

The new grouping is also trying to woo Orissa strongman Naveen Patnaik, chief of the BJD.

While BJD has indicated that it would go in for seat
sharing with some of the Front constituents, especially the two left
parties- CPI and CPI (M), it has, however, refused to join any alliance
before the Lok Sabha elections.

The BSP is likely
to field Veteran Kannada cine actor and the newly elected President of
Karnataka cinema workers federation Ashok from Tumkur parliamentary
seat. The party on Sunday said the list of all 28 candidates for the
Lok Sabha elections will be announced on March 15 to coincide with the
birth anniversary of late Kanshi Ram.

BSP national general secretary Veer Singh told reporters that the party
will not enter into pre-poll alliance with any party in the State.




OBAMA RAISES TIBET ISSUE WITH YANG

WASHINGTON, MARCH 13- Raising the Tibet issue during
his meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi today, US
President Barack Obama hoped that there would be progress in the talks
between Beijing and representatives of the Dalai Lama on the
contentious issue.

Despite Chinese discomfort, Obama raised the Tibet issue with Yang during the meeting at his Oval Office in White House.

`The President expressed his hope there would be
progress in the dialogue between the Chinese government and the Dalai
Lama’s representatives,’ said the White House in a statement issued
after the meeting.

During the meeting, Obama noted that promotion of human rights is an essential aspect of US global foreign policy.

`On human rights, the president noted that the
promotion of human rights is an essential aspect of US global foreign
policy,'’ the White House statement said.

Earlier this week, the United States had expressed
concern over human rights situation in Tibet and said only `a
substantive dialogue’ with the Dalai Lama’s representative could bring
a lasting peace in this region.

CPI THREATENS TO FIELD CANDIDATES AGAINST CPI (M)

THIRUVANANDAPURAM, MARCH 13- Seat sharing talks in
the ruling IDF appeared to be tottering today with the CPI threatening
to field candidates in all constituencies of the CPI(M) in the Lok
Sabha polls of it was not allowed to contest the Ponanni seat.

There is no going back on our demand for four seats
including Ponanni We will surrender to the CPI (M)’s strategy of
containing the partners. We are ready in face anu consequences arising
from our decision. CPI state Secretary Veliyam Bhargavan told reporters
here.

In Delhi, some members of the CPI (M) Politburo,
including General Secretary Prakash Karat, discussed the issue with
senior leader M K Pandhe saying the party was hopeful that the issue
would be resolved at the state level.

We are still hopeful that the issue will be resolved
locally. We should try to maintain our unity till the end. I hope
common sense will prevail, he told reporters.

The CPI (M) has decided to field a common LDF
independent in Ponanni, represented by CPI in the 14th Lok Sabha as a
tactical move to muster Muslim support from parties like the PDP of
Abdul Nasser Madani.

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