The Third Front was launched at a massive rally in the town of Tumkur in the southern state of Karnataka on March 12th, 2009. The launch was attended by senior leaders from Janata Dal (Secular) party, CPI(M), Communist Party of India (CPI), Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP), Forward Bloc (FB), Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS). Ms J Jayalalitha (leader of Tamil Nadu AIADMK party) and Ms Mayawati (chief minister of Uttar Pradesh and leader of Bahujan Samaj Party) were represented by their emissaries at the gathering. Former prime minister HD Deve Gowda, the driving force behind the new group, called upon the people to vote for a “democratic and secular” government in the elections. In a day or two, the Third Front is likely to announce its prime ministerial candidate. The foremost choice is Mayawati, though other prominent candidates are also in the fray from the regional parties. For Astrological predictions, the planetary positions on the day of announcement of Third Front formation and that of Mayawati‘s horoscope are as follows.
On March 12, 2009 at midday in Tumkur, Karnataka, the planetray position was as shown in the table here. The moon sign is Virgo in Chitra. Venus is exalted, exchange of Sun and Saturn. Jupiter debilitated but aspecting Moon. Three planets Sun, Mars and Mercury 6th from Moon and Saturn in 12th from Moon. Mars, the 8th lord from Moon, mahadasha is running. Saturn and Mars are not well-situated for a good start.
Mayawati, regarded as the foremost choice for leadership of Third Front was born on January 15th 1956 at 8:47 AM in Delhi. Her Vedic Horoscope planetary positions and Vimshottari Mahadasha are given here.
Her Lagna is Capricorn with moon, sun and mercury in it. Lagna lord saturn and 11th lord mars are together in 11th in scorpio with Rahu. She is running Mars antardasha in Saturn mahadasha currently, both positive for gain in power. The subsequent rahu antardasha is also in favor for the same. Our observations are She is slated for powerful position in Indian political scene after the elections whether the just-born Third Front succeeds or not.