Mayawati to open dream projects
Chief minister Mayawati will set the ball rolling for the party cadre ahead of the UP assembly elections in 2012 by addressing thousands of BSP workers drawn from across the country at Noida Park on Friday. Darpan Singh reports.india Updated: Oct 14, 2011 09:01 IST
Chief minister Mayawati will set the ball rolling for the party cadre ahead of the UP assembly elections in 2012 by addressing thousands of BSP workers drawn from across the country at Noida Park on Friday.
The CM will land and depart from a helipad set up at the Apeejay School ground.
From there, she will visit Noida Park, one of her dream projects. She will dedicate the park and other ambitious projects to people. Seating arrangements for about 16,000 party workers, who will be given passes by the party, have been made. Similarly, 1,900 VIP venue passes will be provided by the authority.
The inauguration of ambitious projects — including Noida Park, a multi-speciality hospital, two senior secondary schools and a hostel for Dalit, working women — has been pending. The CM had announced their commissioning during 2008 visit. Meanwhile, traffic diversion trials ahead of the CM’s visit cause ordeal to commuters on Thursday.
“Around 5pm we conducted traffic diversion plan trial. It continued till 5.45pm. This led to traffic snarls on some stretches in the city. It was witnessed that some ongoing works on the road and parked vehicles were the cause of snarls.
On Friday, vehicles parked on main roads will be towed away. Construction activity, too, will be halted on the main roads on Friday,” said Saiffudin Beg, traffic inspector.