23 January 2024
Ekam Sanatan Bharat Dal has geared up for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2024as the newly formed party will field its candidates and provide the voters the option to choose their representative. State President of the party Joginder Singh during a press conference held at Chandigarh Press Club on Tuesday lauded that this time, with the protection of Sanatan culture and overall development, this national political party ‘Ekam Sanatan Bharat Dal’, will provide alternatives apart from Congress and BJP.
While introducing National President Akur Sharma, Joginder Singh said that the party is committed to the overall development of Haryana by uniting every society to take it in the direction of development under the party’s leadership. The party will contest in all ten Lok Sabha seats and all 90 Assembly seats in the elections and give tough fights to opponents. The party will soon announce the names of its candidates for all the seats.
He said that the party will contest the elections with its seven-point resolution. Firstly, by amending the Constitution, the party will constitutionally bind the Indian Govt to ensure and preserve India’s eternal majority character forever. The party is also in the interest of amending the Constitution to give minority status only to communities with less than five percent population. Also, India should be declared the ‘obivious’ nation of all the Sanatan Dharma people of the world and the ease for citizenship should be opened for them. The party’s resolve is to remove temples and monasteries from Govt’s control. The party is also committed to maintaining the Sanatan nature of all the Himalayan states and reorganizing Jammu and Kashmir and dividing it into two union territories and making the Hindu-dominated Jammu division independent. The party’s resolution is to establish the country as Ram Rajya and impose a complete ban on cows laughter, while River Ganga and Ram Setu should be declared national heritage. The party advocates the repeal of the Waqf Act, Places of Worship Act and the implementation of the Sachar Committee with immediate effect. He said that the party opposes love jihad and religious conversion. He stressed that the party is in favor of repealing the laws which harm Sanatan culture. In its final resolution, the party emphasizes on maintaining the traditional structure of the Indian Army and strengthening and modernizing the army and police, along with giving due respect to soldiers, ex-servicemen and their families.
Also present on the occasion includes party’s Haryana in-charge Rajesh Sharma, General Secretary (Administration) Rajiv Tyagi, General Secretary (Politics) Punit Sangwan, Social Media and Disciplinary Committee head – Mayank Sharma, Haryana Vice President Mahavir Singh and Panchayat and Gotra chief Satpal and others.