Barwani, MP, Nov 2 (UNI) The Adijan Mukti Sena has decided to field about 20 candidates in tribal-dominated assembly segments in Indore division.
Talking to UNI here, Madhya Pradesh Adijan Mukti Sena President Vijay Narayan Singh claimed that his newly-formed party would be successful in tribal-dominated areas.
He said the party was ready to field dissidents from the BJP or the Congress. However, he ruled out any alliance with a political party or regional tribal organisation.
The party would decide upon the list of its candidates by November 5.
Mr Singh said every political party had ignored tribals in the past 60 years. Tribals were deprived of jobs, better health facilities and even bread and butter in Barwani, Khargone, Dhar and Jhabua districts.
He said the main objective of the party was providing basic facilities and resolving problems of lower rung, bringing political awareness among tribals, connecting them to mainstream and implementation of beneficial schemes.
Mr Singh said the main poll planks of the party would be exposing drawbacks of present government, corruption in the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and removing anomalies related to drinking water, employment, road and price rise.
Meanwhile, Pansemal Congress nominee Bala Bachchan said the creation of the Adijan Mukti Sena was a ploy of the BJP. She refused that the party would have any bearing on poll outcome.
Madhya Pradesh Jail Minister Antar Singh Arya said denied any effect of the party and said the main fight would be between the BJP and the Congress.
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