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C.M. enquires about the health of journalist and gunner injured in…

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati enquired about the health and well-being of Indian Express Correspondent of Allahabad Mr. Vijay Pratap Singh and Mr. Sanjay Singh, gunner of Institutional Finance, Stamp and Court Fee Minister of U.P. and wished for their speedy recovery. It may be recalled that they became injured in the bomb blast incident of Allahabad on July 12 last. The Chief Minister was informed that according to her directives, Mr. Vijay Pratap Singh was admitted to Jeevan Jyoti Hospital and all the necessary arrangements were ensured for his proper treatment. After the improvement in the condition ... Read More »

Proper action to be taken in the matter of misbehaviour with journalists

U.P. Journalists Association (UPJA) office bearers today met the Principal Secretary, Information and requested for taking action against the guilty persons over the incident of misbehaviour with journalists during the welcome programme of Commonwealth Queens Baton Relay by district administration on July 10 last. Principal Secretary Information has directed the OSD, media to gather all facts in this regard and apprise him. He said that proper action would be taken in this matter. Read More »

Centre should make arrangements to remove social and regional imbalances without any discrimination

Central Government should immediately release Rs. 2000 crore earmarked for scholarship of OBC students Approve 15 lakh Indira Avas annually during 11th Five Year Plan Don’t discriminate against states for establishing Dalhan evam Tilhan Gram Sthapana Yojana Amount to be provided to villages selected under Pradhan Mantri Adharsh Gram Yojana inadequate Adopt policy of allocating 75 per cent power to states instead of Gadgil formula The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati, during a meeting of the National Development Council (NDC) presided over by the Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and held at New Delhi today, said that the Central ... Read More »

C.M. reviews the works of jail department

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has directed the officers to take necessary steps immediately for strengthening the security system of jails. She has also directed that vacant posts of 1413 jail guards should be filled by completing the process of recruitment soon with full transparency and impartiality. Besides, she also directed that the jail department should remain free from the Government’s transfer policy. The Chief Minister was reviewing the works of jail administration department in a high-level meeting at her official residence here today. She directed that the height of old jails’ main boundary wall and circle wall ... Read More »

Many states not implementing SC/ST Act: Suresh Mane

MADURAI: It has been 20 years since the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 came into force but several states in the country, including Tamil Nadu have failed to implement the Act, said Suresh Mane, national general secretary, Bahujan Samaj Party. Talking to The Hindu in Madurai recently, Mr. Mane cited various reasons for the non-implementation of the Act. “There exists lacunae on many fronts, right from conducting the investigation by a competent authority till the setting up a Special Court, States should have a nodal officer to look into its implementation but none of this ... Read More »

Opposition’s allegation against functioning of government totally baseless, despite Centre’s non cooperation state government succeeded on all fronts

Replying to the opposition’s allegations levelled during the discussion on the motion of thanks on the Governor’s address questioning the functioning of the government, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati said that these allegations were totally false and baseless. She said that her government was following the policy of Sarvajan Hitai, Sarvajan Sukhai and it was implementing various welfare schemes for the poor, downtrodden and weaker sections of the society. She said that the views expressed by the opposition leaders, especially that of the leader opposition, were totally ambiguous and directionless. She said that her government had been according ... Read More »

Land on moon as birthday gift to U.P. C.M. is baseless, irrelevant and funny

C.M. has nothing to do with case of land on moon — Shashank Shekhar Singh The U.P. Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh has termed the matter with regard to providing purchased land on moon as birthday gift to U.P. Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati as baseless, irrelevant and funny without any seriousness. She said that publicity of such funny stories by some news papers and a prominent news channel is regrettable. He made it clear that the Chief Minister had no information regarding the allotment of land on moon and she (C.M.) had nothing to do with it. Mr. Singh ... Read More »

C.M. visits SGPGI to enquire about health of Social Welfare Minister

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati today visited SGPGI to enquire about the health and well-being of social welfare minister Mr. Indrajeet Saroj who had been admitted there for treatment. She talked to doctors about the health of Mr. Saroj and directed for providing better medical services to him. She wished for speedy recovery of Mr. Saroj. On this occasion, MP and Chairman U.P. Advisory Council Mr. Satish Chandra Mishra, PWD Minister Mr. Naseemuddin Siddiqui and Mines and Minerals Minister Mr. Babu Singh Kushwaha were present. Read More »

C.M. grieved over sudden demise of BSP MLA Taufeeq Ahmad

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has expressed profound grief over the sudden demise of BSP MLA from Dumariaganj Assembly Constituency (Siddharthnagar), Mr. Taufeeq Ahmad. Mr. Ahmad was 61 years old and he remained MLA twice. After getting the information about the sudden death of Mr. Ahmad, the Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati visited his residence at village Bitharia (Tehsil Dumariaganj) and paid her homage. On this occasion, PWD Minister Mr. Naseemuddin Siddiqui accompanied her. Ms. Mayawati said that Mr. Ahmad had a clean image and he was a popular leader. In his death, the party had lost a committed ... Read More »

C.M. grieved over demise of former Union Minister Janeshwar Mishra

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ms. Mayawati has expressed profound grief over the demise of former Union Minister Mr. Janeshwar Mishra. In a condolence message, the Chief Minister said that Mr. Mishra, had a long public life and people would always remember his contribution. The Chief Minister prayed for peace to the departed soul and conveyed her heartfelt condolences and deep sympathies to the family members of the deceased. Read More »

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