UP: Jansatta Dal will fight on hundred seats in the assembly elections, Raghuraj Pratap Singh said – farmers cannot be farmers who cut their hands

Jansatta Dal Loktantrik Party has announced to field candidates for 100 seats in the upcoming assembly elections. In the workers’ conference held in Sursadan on Tuesday, the party’s national president, former minister Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiya appealed to the workers to get involved in the preparations for the assembly elections.


He said that till now talks have not been held with any party regarding alliance but if any party raises its hand then it is ready for alliance with like-minded and thinking party. Raghuraj Pratap Singh, who came to Agra on Tuesday with the Jan Sankalp Yatra, reached Sursadan three hours late from the scheduled time. The workers’ conference was proposed from 6 pm, but he was able to interact with the workers after 9 pm. He told the party workers at Surasadan that the party would contest 100 seats and no government would be formed without their support.

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Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiya, MLA of Kunda and National President of Jansattadal Loktantrik Party, reached out to the public to tell his party’s policies. Party officials and workers welcomed Raja Bhaiya by wearing a garland at Subhash Tirahe in Shikohabad. During this, Raja Bhaiya said that his party will field candidates for 100 assembly seats in UP.


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