Aug 23: After grabbing the majority in UP and enjoying the power for three months Bahujan Samaj Party discloses its next ambition of having a say in national politics. At a function organised on the occasion of completion of 100 days of BSP government in UP, Chief Minister Mayawati revealed the ambitious plans of her party to carve a niche for themselves at central level.
She also presented a kind of report card of her government telling about the change which took place during her government in UP.
She told that eight lane express way would be built between Greater Noida and Agra. And a Ganga line express way from the Greater Noida to Ghazipur will also be constructed. She also informed about the constitution of the civil services board to deal with the transfers of central as well as state officials. She also threw light over the positive change which came as her special drive of FIR.
Mayawati also did not forget to applaud the STF personnel for killing notorious dacoit Dadua a month ago.
At the same time she also repeated her promise for creating more employment opportunities, economic development of state and intact law and order along with and equitable society.
This is to be brought to light that recently CM Mayawati announced 30% reservation in private sector jobs for the unprivileged section. She also told that investment in agriculture development would create 1.40 crore new jobs besides improving the condition of farmers.
Disclosing further plans of her government she told in her speech that her government aim at double digit growth rate of state by 2012 that is by the end of 11 th FYP. She also told about the special grant asked from the centre under ‘Special Area Incentive Package’ for the overall development of Bundelkhand and Purvanchal regions. A 15000 crore loan is also being taken from the World Bank for the development of the largest state (population wise).
She announced that a grand memorial, museum and public rest house would be built in the state capital in memory of her mentor and BSP founder Kanshi Ram.
She also informed about the targets of the government of generating 12000 MW extra power by the end of 11 th FYP. To improve the condition of power crisis in the state BSP government has already approved the proposals of 7000MW power generation.
She seemed to be satisfied with the bureaucracy and law and order condition in the state.
Rinky GuptaAugust 23, 2007 at 12:00 AM