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Ahead of Rajasthan Election, Hanuman Beniwal launches New Party

Ahead of Rajasthan Election, Hanuman Beniwal launches New Party
Ahead of Rajasthan Election, Hanuman Beniwal launches New Party

Former BJP leader Hanuman Beniwal on Monday established Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP) here and maintained the ensemble in cooperation with additional”like-minded” parties will probably emerge as an alternative to the BJP and the Congress from the December 7 Meeting election in Rajasthan.

Bharat Vahini Party (BVP) president and former BJP leader Ghanshyam Tiwari extended service to the RLP in a rally here in order to announce the creation of this new party where domestic vice president of Rashtriya Lokdal (RLD) Jayant Chaudhary and manhood of federal executive of Samajwadi Party Sanjay Lathar were present.

“We’d correlate with like-minded men and women within the country that are unhappy with the Congress and BJP authorities. Both the parties are involved with corruption. Welfare of bad, farmer and, youths were not their attention. It’s a struggle to change the system rather than for any seat,” Mr Beniwal, who’s an independent legislator out of Khinvsar Assembly chair, said while addressing the’Kisan Hunkar Rally’.

He explained that emblem of this RLP is’jar'”representing transparency in its working”.

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He explained that the comprehensive farm loan waiver, endeavors to youths, unemployment allowance, free power, toll-free highways and execution of Swaminathan Commission recommendation for farmer lending are the focus of their new party.

Mr Beniwal and Mr Tiwari was at loggerheads with Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje over a variety of problems, such as agriculture distress. Mr Beniwal was chosen on BJP ticket in 2008 from Khinvsar and afterwards as an independent candidate at 2013. He’s held rallies in Barmer, Sikar, Bikaner and Nagaur in last couple of months.

Mr Tiwari was education minister in Raje authorities in 2003-2008 BJP government. But in 2013 he criticised Raje dispensation indoors and outside the Assembly on topics such as”farmers’ plight”, require of reservation to get the top caste and corruption. He had been issued note from BJP’s national disciplinary committee this past year after he stopped the party to make a new political party.

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Addressing the rally, Mr Tiwari declared that BJP led government in the country had worked contrary to the farmers.

“We’ve come together to establish honesty and truth in politics. The new political creation in the country would stop institutionalised corruption from the country. Congress and BJP equally have pushed the country in BIMARU category throughout their rule. We’d make attempts that votes of third leading are divides,” Mr Tiwari said.

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