Vote prudently to bring about change: Maya
Abhinav Madhwal, Hindustan Times
Dehradun, January 24, 2012
"Guard your vote just as you would guard the izzat of your bahu and
beti. Get up on time on January 30 (the day of polling) and cast your
vote in the morning so that no one else casts your vote before you."
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati urged the supporters of BSP to
follow these commandments if they wanted the party to come to power in
the state. Earlier, Mayawati reached the venue of the public meeting
at Parade Ground in Dehradun by chopper. The candidates for the
assembly segments of Garhwal region greeted her on the dais with a
huge garland of yellow flowers.
The UP chief minister said that the party was functioning on the motto
'Sarvjan Hitay, Sarvjan Sukhay' and was not limited to any particular
caste or religion. "We have distributed tickets on the formula that
'jiski jitni taiyyari, uski itni bhagedari'.
"We have kept in mind that the contestants have a clean image and are
dedicated to our movement. We have decided to go it alone in
Uttarakhand state assembly elections and would surely make our
government here with your support," she said to the cheering
The UP CM listed the achievements of the BSP government in UP saying
that they had provided 3-acre pattas to the poor from the vacant plots
lying in the state.
Persons under the BPL categories have been given economic help of Rs
400 per month. Two room pucca houses have been provided to the poor in
Uttar Pradesh by the government. Every girl from the poor sections is
provided a ladies cycle and Rs 15,000 in cash on reaching Class 12.
The entrepreneurs among the poorer sections are being provided
contracts up to Rs 25 lakhs by the government.
Mayawati said she keeps a tab on the works by regular inspections. "If
you bring BSP government in Uttarakhand, then you will get the same
benefits in Uttarakhand as people in UP are getting, for we would be
extending the same schemes here."
Mayawati also urged the supporters to be wary of tricks of the
opposition parties as they could spread rumours against the BSP.
"Don't read the manifestos of other parties as there is nothing
substantial in them. Just go to the polling booth with the intent of
bringing the BSP to power," she said.
Reiterating her commitment to the development of Uttarakhand, Mayawati
said that they had carved new districts and tehsils when the area was
part of Uttar Pradesh.
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