Samajwadi Jan Parishad

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Samajwadi Jan Parishad
PresidentAdv. Kamal Banrjee (Bengal)
Secretary-GeneralAflatoon (Uttar Pradesh)
Founder
  • Kishen Pattnaik
  • Bhai Vaidya
Founded1995
NewspaperSamyik Varta, Samajwadi Nzariya, Paramprik Samajwad ka dristidosh Aur Nai Disha Kee Talash
Student wingChhatra Yuva Sangharsh Vahini
Youth wingBharatiya Yuva Jan Morcha
Ideology
Democratic socialism
Secularism
Political positionLeft of Centre
Seats in Lok Sabha0
Seats in Rajya Sabha
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Website
[url=http://www.samajwadijanparishad.com/ www.samajwadijanparishad.com]

Samajwadi Jana Parishad (Socialist People's Council), is a political party in India.

Foundation[edit]

The party was founded in 1995 by late Kishen Pattanayak and many grassroot level political organisations who believed in creating an alternative political culture. Active members of the party cannot have any association with foreign funded NGOs. The ideology of the party is based upon the thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi, Ram Manohar Lohiya, Jaiprakash Narayan, Ambedkar and Vinoba Bhave . It is active in 15 states. It believes that Globalisation is a counter-revolution phase and hence associates itself with anti-globalisation struggles.

It has involved in many historic struggles in various parts of India such as Mehdiganj, Mau (UP), Betul, Kesla (MP), Niyamgiri, Jagjitsinghpur-POSCO (Odisha), Jalpaiguri (North Bengal), Kudankulam (Tamil Nadu) etc...

This was the only party to have protested and almost barged into the Commonwealth Games Office at Central Delhi protesting against the huge spending by the Govt.

The party is very close to many popular movements and NGOs. It is a founding member of the National Alliance of People's Movements N A P M.

Party structure[edit]

In the 11th national council held at Jateswar, Alipurduar(West Bengal) on 29,30 April & 1 May 2017. the following are elected as its new office bearers.

  • President : Adv. Kamal Banerjee (West Bengal).
  • Vice Presidents :
    1. Ajay Khare (Madhya Pradesh).
    2. Adv. Nisha Shiurkar (Maharashtra).
    3. Lingaraj Azad (Odisha)
  • General Secretary : Aflatoon (Uttar Pradesh)
  • Organizing Secretary : Ranjit Kr Roy (West Bengal)
  • Secretaries : Phagh Ram (Madhya Pradesh) .
  • Treasurer : Dr. Chandra Bhusan Choudhary (Jharkhand)

Electoral records[edit]

It has been participating and contesting in general elections, but till now not won any seats in the Rajyasabha or Loksabha or state assembly elections.

Madhya Pradesh - 2003[1][edit]

The party took part in Madhya Pradesh elections, with four candidates:

  1. Mangal Sing for Ghora Dongri
  2. Fagram - Itarsi
  3. Shamim Modi - Harda
  4. Ajay Khare - Rewa

Maharashtra - 2004[2][edit]

SAYEED KASAM SAYEED JAMRUDDIN 192-Gangapur

Position in state and national politics[edit]

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