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Last updated: March 9 2012
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  • Mulayam backs Akhilesh as Chief Minister - Impact on Noida RE ?

    Now, that Akhilesh could be be sworned in as the next CM , finally UP has an educated , dignified and clean image CM after quite a while. Can we expect faster economic growth and a clean administration UP now ? How will Noida RE be impacted in view of Akhilesh being new CM in your view friends ...


    Lucknow: Samajwadi Party Parliamentary board has decided to appoint Akhilesh Yadav as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.

    The issue was discussed in a meeting held here on Wednesday. Although most of the party leaders wanted Akhilesh as the CM, but the final decision was left on party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav.

    There are high speculations that Akhilesh will be selected to lead the state for five years in a legislators' meet scheduled to be held on March 9-10.

    According to sources, the delay in the formation of the new government is the party strategy in order to appoint Akhilesh as the Chief Minister. However, the party says that it has decided to form the government after Holi on astrologer’s suggestion.

    Source : All in the family! Mulayam backs Akhilesh as Chief Minister - www.daily.bhaskar.com
    Last edited March 8 2012, 09:48 AM.
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    Akhilesh Yadav: 'Sultan' of UP


    NEW DELHI: Akhilesh Yadav says he resents the comparison with Rahul Gandhi. He says it with the discreet charm of a school boy who does not actually mind the exercise at all. "It is the creation of the media," he says with his usual, sizing-you-up smile.

    Does he not love the comparison in secret? He returns the 'I-am-not-going-totell-you' smile again.

    Akhilesh's boy-next-door image endears him easily to people. "He mixes with people like milk mixes with water," says a senior Congress leader. What is significant about this metaphor is what is unsaid: the contrast with the person Akhilesh, 38, frequently locked horns with on the campaign trail - Congress General Secretary and Nehru-Gandhi family scion Rahul Gandhi.

    While Akhilesh, son of Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, diffused natural warmth in the midst of people, Rahul, 42, has given the appearance of an aloof, reluctant leader despite his staged encounters with a farmer's widow or dalit families, say political observers.

    DRIVEN BY MISSION
    For both young leaders, the contest was part of a mission. Akhilesh had to smoothen the rough edges of the SP to give it a modern look and appeal beyond the traditional vote base of muslims and Yadavs. Rahul had to resurrect a 127-year-old party in one of its lost bastions.

    This assembly election proved two things, says the Congress leader, asking not to be identified because his opinions do not reflect the party line. Akhilesh, who studied engineering at Jayachamarajendra College in Mysore and Sydney University, took his party up many notches in what he calls the 'decency index'. The SP, considered home to many criminals, denied tickets to quite a few of them at the insistence of Akhilesh.

    AKHILESH HAD HIS EAR TO THE GROUND
    The notorious DP Yadav was among those who missed out on a SP ticket. In an election that saw 18% more women vote compared with five years ago, Akhilesh left an impact as an affable, new face of the party.

    Even in their interests the two are as different as chalk and cheese. On his parliamentary Web page, Akhilesh says he likes cricket and football, prosaic interests that almost every Indian can identify with. Rahul, on the other hand lists scuba diving, squash and cycling. For Akhilesh, cycling is what he does when he connects with people - the cycle is his party's symbol.

    Akhilesh has also melded his earthy charm with astute understanding of the power of technology and social media - the campaign was present on Facebook and Twitter and his Wikipedia entry was updated on Tuesday evening to reflect the fact that his party had won UP.

    "I think Akhilesh is more organic while Rahul Gandhi isn't, and that makes a lot of difference," says social scientist Shiv Visvanathan. He feels that Rahul was born a VVIP and treated like a VVIP, unlike Akhilesh who had the freedom to stay ordinary. "He (Rahul) has too many advisers, and has been a leader-in-waiting for too long."

    Besides, Akhilesh had a robust party organisation, and he had his ear to the ground thanks to a better understanding of UP's caste dimensions. Rahul, steering a moribund Congress in the state, had outside voices advising him. "It is a pity that Rahul wasn't allowed to be ordinary while Akhilesh flaunted the rhythm of an ordinary leader who could connect easily," adds Visvanathan.

    Another Congress leader says Akhilesh could successfully "build confidence, false or otherwise" that law and order could be normal under SP rule. Clearly, Akhilesh could articulate an alternative vision for a party otherwise linked to several ills - from crime to lack of political sophistication.

    Both as an orator and conversationalist, Akhilesh appeared friendly and witty while Rahul was seen as plastic. "The SP's well-oiled machinery made a hell lot of difference, too," says another Congress leader, who regretted that Rahul isn't allowed to "even make mistakes".

    "He has done a lot of hard work," Akhilesh says of Rahul. "He also unleashed sharp attacks on me, Netaji and my party during the poll campaign. Now I want to reply to his charge that the SP is bad. We are good and we have won," he says. "Our victory is our answer to him."

    Rahul must now sit back and relax, he counsels. "But most importantly, it is time for him to keep quiet."

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      Re : Mulayam backs Akhilesh as Chief Minister - Impact on Noida RE ?

      Kya khayal hai aapka Saurabh bhai , how will Akhilesh as CM affect Noida / GZB RE and also development of UP as a whole ?

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        Originally posted by suavedude View Post
        Kya khayal hai aapka Saurabh bhai , how will Akhilesh as CM affect Noida / GZB RE and also development of UP as a whole ?
        Better than BSP for whole UP.... Likh Kar Rakh Lo.... See Difference with-in Next 3 Months.... Due to already Close to National Capital DELHI Noida/GZB do not need too much extra.... Just Few more new Metro Lines in GZB/Noida, some new Setup of big SEZ/Industries are good enough.... NEW Land for development is no big issue because still GN/Noida has lots of Land for development.... Towards Dasana GZB Side lots of Land remain barren can be use for development.... In the GZB master plan there is clearly mentioned that among 5000 Acre of RNE.., 2000 Acre Land of RNE marked as only for Commercial/SEZ, which is still not used.....

        If there is a Will there will be a way in Noida/GZB/GN, potential is here due to ZERO KM far from DELHI and do not forget that GZB & Noida both are highest revenue earning cities of UP.... and GZB is even 2nd Most Revenue Earning Cities of whole India, thanks to Biggest Army Airport, Biggest Army Ordinance Factory, SAIL , BHEL, Dabur , ITC , Coca Cola , Jain... ... lots of Big Running Industries....

        Noida is already leading in huge IT/BPO Jobs..... So Past / Present / Future of UP is only here, no one can deny it....
        Last edited March 7 2012, 04:43 PM.

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            That is what I beleive, can the UP govt ignore the huge money they will get from Stamp duty with many Noida projects completing this year and continue for next couple of years. Noida is cash cow for UP Govt. n honestly should be pampered ^^

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              Noida/GZB is in real confussing state with BJP getting Noida seat, BSP getting seats around Noida, SP forms UP Govt and Congress in Center LOL!

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                Originally posted by VBhatia View Post
                Noida/GZB is in real confussing state with BJP getting Noida seat, BSP getting seats around Noida, SP forms UP Govt and Congress in Center LOL!
                Congress is in center but has and needs support of SP.
                Thanks

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                  Originally posted by cookie View Post
                  Congress is in center but has and needs support of SP.
                  Hi
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                  Cheers

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                    Re : Mulayam backs Akhilesh as Chief Minister - Impact on Noida RE ?

                    Well we are eternally optimist group of people.... few days back we were all praying BMW should come back into power and SP would be a catastrophic event. Now everyone is gung ho about sp coming into power.
                    But this is not without rationale..... lot of industries are expected to come and less of residential projects which will be balancing act for NOIDA.
                    Also akhilesh is definitely a well groomed politician as said by suave, a change for UP... . Bihar and UP were always the worst states as far as the quality of CM was concerned... Bihar has changed for good lets hope akilesh changes UP too. This will not good for NOIDA only but should be good for india too.

                    I am also optimistic because of akhilesh, lets hope he does not dissapoint us.

                    Lets not forget that fool rahul gandhi whose credentials have taken the biggest hit. He never talked about the progress of UP... only land acquisition which we dont expect from a young leader. He never talked about the industrialization and education. Acha moh kala hoya hai.... gadhe pe aur bhetana tha usko.
                    Last edited March 8 2012, 10:08 AM.

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