In the elections to the Delhi Municipal Corporation held on April 23, one campaign that stood out from the others was that of the people’s candidate and activist of Lok Raj Sangathan called Shivaji, in the Harkesh Nagar ward of, South Delhi.
To solve the problems of Rajasthan, political power must vest in the hands of the people! Statement of Lok Raj Sangathan, 6 November, 2013.
The people of Rajasthan will go to the polls on December 1, 2013. Rajasthan, with a population of 70 million, is the biggest state of our country in area. The people of Rajasthan have been forced to choose between Congress and BJP rule for over thirty years.
LRS: Hello, Bobby! Thank you for agreeing to meet us and tell us about the spirited and well-planned movement in Sanjay Colony by your local Samiti. We have seen that it has been a resounding success because of which a sewer line is now being laid in your area. Bobby: It is my pleasure to talk with you and I am happy that I am a part of LRS which always participates in, spearheads and supports people’s struggles.
The Lok Raj Sangathan’s campaign for Delhi assembly elections 2013 began in the Sanjay Colony in Tughlakabad constituency on festive Sunday. Armed with megaphone and leaflets declaring the manifesto of the LRS for the assembly elections the activists and supporters of lok Raj Sangathan, waded through the narrow lanes and by-lanes of the thickly populated colony. Members of Sanjay Colony Lok Raj Samiti, which had fought numerous battles for the right of the residents water, electricity, toilets and othet basic necessities, were elated that one amongst them was carrying forward the battle into the electoral arena and challenging the monopoly of the parties of the rich - the congress and the BJP.