Bahujan Azad Party
Bahujan Azad Party
Bahujan Azad Party (Literal meaning: freedom for majority party) is an Indian political party started in April 2018 by around 50 alumni of various Indian Institutes Of Technology situated in and across the country. Currently the party has not got official approval from the Election Commission of India.
Currently the only aims stated is the welfare of Indians who are classified as Scheduled castes, Scheduled tribes, backward classes, extremely backward classes, de-notified tribes and vimuktha jatis.
The Party has stated that it will not contest the 2019 general elections to Lok Sabha in 2019. They have stated that they will contest the 2020 Bihar elections once it gets approval from Election Commission of India.
The newly emerged political party is suspected as an attempt by Hindutva organisations to consolidate majority Hindu vote banks with vested political interests.
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