Thursday, January 27, 2011

[ZESTCaste] BSP condemns administration for neglecting Ambedkar

BSP condemns administration for neglecting Ambedkar
TNN, Jan 26, 2011, 10.18pm IST

MYSORE: The BSP on Wednesday celebrated Republic Day as the Constitution day.

The activists of the party took out a bike rally in the city even as
the party's state vice-president N Mahesh criticized the district
administration saying it has neglected to remember national leader B R
Ambedkar. A team led by Ambedkar drafted the Constitution. But neither
the district administration nor district minister S A Ramadas have
cared to pay their homage to the leader, he stated.

Meanwhile, Mysore division of South Western Railway celebrated 62nd
year of the Indian Republic at the railway sports ground, where B B
Verma, divisional railway manager, unfurled the tricolor and spoke
about the achievements to mark the occasion. While highlighting the
performance of the division till December, 2010, Verma said that the
division had shown significant improvement over the corresponding
period of the previous year, notwithstanding the fact that the ban on
export of iron ore by the state government had affected freight
earnings. The division has earned Rs 338.71 crore in freight revenue.
In the passenger segment, the division had recorded 14.6 per cent
growth over the corresponding period and earned Rs 105 crore from the
passenger traffic.

The Social Democratic Party of India unfurled a huge national flag
measuring 110 feet in length at the Tipu circle.

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