Bhartiya Manavadhikaar Federal Party
|Chairperson||Dr. Sunny Shah|
|Founder||Dr. Sunny Shah|
|Founded||22 September 2017; 1 year, 329 days ago|
|Seats in Lok Sabha|
0 / 545(currently 541 members + 1 Speaker)
Bhartiya Manavadhikaar Federal Party (BHAMPA) is a state-level political party in Maharashtra, India, Bhampa was founded in September 2017 by Dr.Sunny Shah with the ideology of Human Rights, looking towards a massive violation of Human Rights in India.
Formation[edit | edit source]
Bhampa was formed in the ideology of Protecting Human Rights in India, with the vision of its founding President Dr. Sunny Shah, is Founder of International Human Rights Council from 2010, he is working for Human Rights, but he seen that Individual are never granted any rights, at the same time when IHRC representative goes to any Government offices with any individual for his or her fair rights he was succeeding, but individual person was not secured, and in some cases they found bureaucrats were involved where NGO was not sufficient to interfere, and also article 21 of Human Rights declaration claims to participate in Government, looking to all aspects the party was formed.
Symbolism[edit | edit source]
The flag of the Party shall also serve as logo, The flag of party shall be multi - color with Saffron on the top, Navy Blue on middle and two side stripes with black on Navy blue middle part and the Green in entire bottom, and in middle a logo is fixed two piece of fencing leaves covered the two climbing horses, and wheel in it and one maroon single star above the wheel. The name of party is covering entire logo in middle of it in white color. The Saffron side portion shall touch Navy Blue in middle and Green portion as bottom ends of the flag. The personalized logo shall be printed boldly in golden or yellow color on the middle of flag.
Lok Sabha[edit | edit source]
Party Contested his 11 Candidates for 17th Parliamentary Election, and they lost all, but any how they have been recognized among common man of country, their candidates have contested from Nagpur Lok Sabha, Mumbai South, Mumbai North Central, Mumbai North West, Mumbai South Central, Mumbai North East, Dhenkanal, Vadodara, Jaunpur, Giridih, Chandigarh.
References[edit | edit source]
Category:Political parties in India Category:State political parties in India Category:Bhampa Parivar Category:Political parties established in 2017 Category:2018 establishments in India Category:Human Rights parties in India
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