Election of the Lok Raj Samiti

An instrument of struggle for the solution of local problems

On 9th February 2014, several competitions for youth and a public meeting were organised in the resettlement colony of Madanpur Khadar, located in East Delhi. These were organised jointly by Lok Raj Sangathan and Hind Naujawan Ekta Sabha.

The occasion for organising this program was the election of the Lok Raj Samiti of the area. The theme of the meeting was – “Whither India after 65 years of independence?” The venue was decorated with beautiful banners with slogans like – ‘an attack on one is an attack on all!’, ‘let us decide the way forward for progress!’, ‘we must have the right to recall our elected representative!’ On the occasion of the centenary year of founding of the Hindustan Ghadar Party, there was also an exhibition on the history of this Party. On the other side of the stage was another exhibition on Bhagat Singh, in which extracts from various writings of Bhagat Singh were displayed. Youth went through these exhibitions with great interest.

This program was held in two sessions. The first session consisted of various competitions for the youth. In the second session, the Secretary of the Delhi Council of the Lok Raj Sangathan – Birju Nayak, the Prime Minister of the Hind Naujawan Ekta Sabha - Lokesh Kumar and Santosh Kumar, the candidate from the Okhla constituency for the Assembly elections held in 2013 addressed the gathering. The stage was managed entirely by the youth.


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