SAPAKS ‘assures’ of poll jhatkas!

Mandsaur: Set up on the grounds of protests against Atrocity Act and caste-based reservation, SAPAKS has “assured” to spring surprises during the upcoming Lok Sabha election. The party’s national president Hiralal Trivedi said. Addressing media persons here at Mandsaur, former senior IAS Trivedi announced that the party will field more than 60 candidates at selected Lok Sabha seats across the country particularly against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress president Rahul Gandhi, BJP president Amit Shah former chief minister Digvijay Singh and Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

Trivedi made it clear that in Madhya Pradesh, SAPAKS will contest on 15 Lok Sabha seats as they are getting support from all the communities and not only from the upper caste. And when it comes to the nation, the party will contest in 11 different states along with small regional parties.On Wednesday, Akhil Bhartiya Kshatriya Mahasabha national president JS Bhadoriya extended his support to SAPAKS party.

Trivedi admitted that party fails to achieve success in the recently held state assembly elections, but they successfully showcased their presence in the elections. Getting elections symbol late, delay in preparation are some of the factors that affected party performance in the state assembly elections, but now we are ready to face others. “We will fight and will play a crucial role in Lok Sabha elections,” Trivedi said.

Trivedi cornered BJP-led NDA government at the Centre saying that Modi government failed on various fronts. The government encouraged the caste system and that was the reason behind increasing differences among classes.  Even, the Congress-led UPA government followed the same practices. They divide society for their own interest.

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