Political party’s focus on tribals in MP: SP also became active, Akhilesh Yadav will come to Satna on June 24

Amritanshi Joshi, Bhopal. Assembly elections are to be held in Madhya Pradesh at the end of the year, in such a situation political parties have started their preparations and have also started gearing up for this. Apart from BJP-Congress, other parties are also putting full force in MP this time. In this episode, the Samajwadi Party has also started its election preparations.

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SP engaged in helping tribal voters

The Samajwadi Party is also completely focused on the tribal vote bank. Party’s national president Akhilesh Yadav will visit Madhya Pradesh on June 24. He will directly reach Satna district, where after garlanding the statue of Rani Durgavati, he will join the program with the tribals. Samajwadi Party’s Madhya Pradesh unit has started preparations for Akhilesh’s visit.

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Preparation to contest elections on 230 seats

SP leader Yash Bhartiya said that we have always talked about the backward and exploited classes. While BJP and Congress have deviated from their core values. We supported Congress but they could not handle their government. He said that we will contest elections on 230 seats in MP and will also give opportunity to tribals. Our national leaders have always been thinking about such sections. At the same time, he has also demanded caste census on behalf of the Samajwadi Party in the state. He said that caste census is needed in the country, the government should get it done. Tribal and backward classes will get benefits from the caste census, from which they are currently deprived. The government does not want, but it is needed in the country.

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