I have drawn seven-point agenda for my party -Jan Kranti Party (Nationalist) for state assembly elections in 2012. Apart from the party’s commitment to nationalism and vocal Hindutva, the party will strive for the construction of Ram Temple, strengthening of democracy, social justice, overall development and fight against corruption.
The party is fully geared up to contest elections. Our units at grassroot level have been functioning to widen base. The party under the leadership of Rajbir Singh has chalked out elaborate plans for the electoral battle.
I feel entry of criminals and mafiosi has badly vitiated the political atmosphere and it has become a major threat to people and healthy democracy.
The JKP has thus decided not to field any candidate with criminal or mafia background in 2012 elections. I also expect other parties to take similar decision. And if other parties field such elements, people should outright reject them.
The party has also decided to give 50% ticket to youths, including women wherever they are able to contest the election.
Since corruption has assumed serious dimension in the state, the party wants corruption-free, clean and a responsible administration with full transparency.
While launching special programmes to eliminate unemployment, the party’s endeavor will be to provide jobs without hush money. The party also wants decentralization of political power so that the state could witness balanced economic growth.