Jharkhand People's Party

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Jharkhand People's Party, is a political party in India. JPP was launched by the radical All Jharkhand Students Union on November 1–3 1991, at a conference in Ranchi. JPP was led by Dr. Ram Dayal Munda. JPP suffered severe internal differences from its early beginning. JPP was reconstituted in 1994, with Dr. Ram Dayal Munda as president and Surya Singh (who had been expelled in March that year) as general secretary.[1]


  1. ^ Tiwari, Lalan (1995). Issues in Indian politics. Mittal Publications. p. 169. ISBN 81-7099-618-X.