BSP's performance encouraging despite misuse of government machinery in panchayat elections: Mayawati

BSP's performance encouraging despite misuse of government machinery in panchayat elections: Mayawati

Lucknow:Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati said that despite heavy misuse of power and government machinery and improper use of immense money by the opposition parties, the performance of her party in almost the entire state is very encouraging. He said that this result will bring new energy and enthusiasm in the people for the forthcoming assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh and will boost the spirits. In a statement released on Thursday on the result of the recent Panchayat elections in Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati thanked the people of the state for this and heartily congratulated all the small and big party workers. Along with this, he said that out of all the independent candidates who have succeeded in defeating the candidates of the opposition parties, most of them are actually associated with the BSP, who have contested elections on their own especially if there is no consensus on reserved seats. Have won.

He said that overall, in the districts of Uttar Pradesh, where consensus was reached for the BSP-backed candidate, there were good results for the party and in districts where consensus was not made and many people in each seat, the BSP flag-banner Fighting the elections with Adi, the party did not suffer much in the general seats because the Dalits there unilaterally shifted their vote on seeing the winning candidate, so that in those seats too many party candidates won the election and now they are counted as independents getting into.

Mayawati said, but this could not happen due to the fact that many of the party's candidates were in the fray in reserved seats, which benefited the opposing parties. Regarding the election results, Mayawati said that in Uttar Pradesh Panchayat elections, the BSP has performed well in the entire state, especially in most of the districts except some of the big districts. The BSP chief said that especially Agra, Mathura, Meerut, Bulandshahr, Ghaziabad, Saharanpur, Moradabad, Hapur, Shahjahanpur, Kanpur Dehat, Jalaun, Banda, Chitrakoot, Lakhimpur Kheri, Hardoi, Sultanpur, Balrampur, Santakbir Nagar, Azamgarh, Maharajganj The party has performed very well in districts like Mau, Prayagraj, Bhadohi, Mirzapur, Chandauli etc.

He said that along with this the party workers worked hard and gave good results in following the Kovid-19 rules in this election which is commendable. The former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh said that achieving good success with limited resources doubles the joy of victory. However, the BSP leader did not provide information in his statement that how many candidates or supported candidates of the party have won in the Uttar Pradesh Panchayat elections. The recently concluded four-phase panchayat elections in Uttar Pradesh, for which the counting of votes continued till Wednesday.


The epidemic took away the childhood of the innocent, the hands of the parents were raised from the heads of thousands of children

The epidemic took away the childhood of the innocent, the hands of the parents were raised from the heads of thousands of children

National Desk: The pain of those who have lost their loved ones due to the global pandemic of Corona virus cannot be compared, but the grief and troubles of the children who have taken the shadow of their parents from their heads are fathomed. Impossible to take. Due to the absence of parents, these children are not only facing emotional challenges, but many children are also facing financial troubles, due to which their future is clouded with uncertainty.

Children are also struggling with financial troubles, the
National Commission for Protection of Child Rights said that both parents of 3,621 children have died due to the epidemic and there are more than 26,000 children whose parents have died. It's over 10-year-old Shatakshi Sinha's father died of COVID-19 about a month ago and now she is trying to get her life back on track, but her mother Kalpana Sinha said things are never as normal as before. Will be able to."

Things Will Never Be Normal, 
Kalpana's 57-year-old husband was the editor of a Hindi publishing house and the only breadwinner in the family. The challenge before Shatakshi now is that even though she has a mother to take care of her, she no longer has any financial support. Kalpana said that I have always been a housewife. How do I suddenly start working out? To be honest, I don't even know what I can do and even if I get a job, where will I keep my daughter when I go to work. We are living in a time when no one can be trusted. 

Growing Problems of Children The 
Delhi Government has directed schools to waive off the fees of children whose parents have died due to COVID-19. Kalpana has applied for free education in her daughter's school under this government scheme, but she has not received any reply yet. Similarly, the father of Gaurang (13) and Daksh Gupta (six), who lived in Uttam Nagar, was an e-rickshaw driver and the only earning person in the family, but he too died of the infection. Life was not easy for these two children as the father's income was reduced due to the lockdown, but after the death of the father, their problems have increased even more.

Three siblings lost their parents 
Madhu Gupta, mother of Gaurang and Daksh, said that my younger son always keeps asking about his father, but I have no answer. My younger son was very close to his father... The elder son has become a bit indifferent. I don't know what to take care of - my children, their future or myself. I do not understand anything and I am feeling scared.” There are many children in Delhi whose parents both died due to corona virus and now they have neither emotional support nor financial support. Three such siblings lost both their parents in the first week of May. The ages of these children are nine years, 11 years and 13 years. The life of these children became even more difficult when their landlord asked them to leave the house due to non-payment of rent. In such a situation, his maternal uncle, who works in welding, came forward to take care of him.

Some are giving help to count those 
children's uncle Mohammed Arif's wife is seven months pregnant. He said that they are my sister's children and I love them. I want to make sure that they get education and have a bright future, but my income is very limited. I need help." To help people like Arif and mothers like Kalpana and Madhu, the NGO 'Bachpan Bachao Andolan' (BBA), led by Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi, is identifying such children, who have become orphans due to the pandemic. Kalpana said that she contacted a volunteer of BBA, who has assured her help.

Taking care of children is the primary responsibility of the government. Earlier this month, the organization had also sought the assistance of the Delhi High Court to get information about the number of children orphaned during the pandemic in the national capital. BBA Director Manish Sharma said, “Our volunteers are trying to trace such children and provide them relief by providing them food and shelter, but it is important to understand that our organization also has its limits. We are in touch with the state government officials to provide long term assistance to these children. Taking care of these children is the primary responsibility of the government.


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