Christian Secular Party to contest LS, assembly seats in Andhra

Kakinada (Andhra Pradesh), April 7: The Indian Christian Secular Party (ICSP) plans to contest all assembly and Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh, it was announced here today. At a press conference here today national core committee member K Prabhu Kumar and party official spokesman Suvarta Raju announced that the decade-old recognised national party would strive for "social justice" to all sections.

"Though the party has many Christians on its rolls, it is totally secular in its character and wedded to the welfare of all sections especially weaker sections, Dalits and the downtrodden, besides the minorities. "It respects religious sentiments of all communities and strives for communal harmony. It's main aim is to establish a new society free from corruption and social evils," they claimed.

The party would strive for "social justice" to all sections, said its leadership

The ICSP leaders said the election manifesto of the party stresses on providing religious freedom to all people especially Dalits, 50 per cent reservations to womenfolk in the statute making bodies, as well as bringing both elected people's representatives and officials under the purview of the Lok Pal. It also stresses on revoking Government Order 746 and 747 which "usurp" the rights of the Christian community. Later, Prabhu Kumar announced the new committee for the party's East Godavari district unit, with T Stephen Babu as the president, David Raju as the general secretary and Suvarta Raju as the treasurer.


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