BSP’s Backward Classes Convention held Kuldeep Chalotra Joins the party

JAMMU, SEP 9: Raja Ram Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MP Rajya Sabha and coordinator BSP J&K, H.P and West Bengal has appreciated the efforts of J&K state leadership in making the BSP a strong and people friendly political force in this state. The MP was speaking at the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Convention of Backward Classes ( SC/ST/OBC) held under the chairmanship of Som Raj Majotra ( President, BSP J&K state) at Muthi here today in which large number of people participated.
While addressing the convention Raja said, there are chances that BSP will play more responsible role at national level after 2019 elections. He appealed to all the sections of society to join BSP and make the country a strong nation in terms of true Democracy and Equality. He said, “BJP and PDP, which played a communal and religious politics in J&K have fled away from the responsibility of delivering stable governance to the people.”
During the convention, a local leader Kuldeep Chalotra joined the party alongwith his supporters. Kuldeep Chalotra, who has remained member of the Social Security Board, has a deep knowledge of problems and issues of poor and down trodden. Speaking on the occasion, he said, “BSP is the real sympathizer of socially and educationally backward sections. Other parties are doing nothing except shedding crocodile tears for labourers and marginalized poor people.” He opined that all sections of society should come forward and support BSP which has a true nationalist and socialist character. BSP works on the principle of equality “Sen/jan Hitay, Sen/jan Sukhay” i.e work for all. He said BSP is the only party which does not indulge in dirty games.
Welcoming the new leader, Som Raj Majotra (President) hoped that more and more people will follow the footsteps of Chalotra and strengthen the party.
Charanjeet Chargotra (Vice President), disclosed that present regime, with fundamental and communal mindset, has badly disturbed the social harmony in the country and people want an alternative to it.