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In poll season, SAPAKS gears up for big battle in Madhya Pradesh

SAPAKS is trying to become third potential alternative in Madhya Pradesh, where dozens of social organizations including Karni Sena, Brahman Samaj and minorities groups are providing strength to SAPAKS.

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SAPAKS (Samanya Pichhra Varga Alpsankhyak Kalyan Samaj) an outfit representing upper caste interest which recently organised Swarna Andolan has invited applications from candidates, who are willing to fight upcoming Madhya Pradesh State Assembly elections on the platform of ‘SAPAKS Party’.

Ahead of the state assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, the anti-reservation dispute led by SAPAKS (Samanya Pichhra Varga Alpsankhyak Kalyan Samaj) and other social organizations against BJP & Congress is going take a step further. Talking to Newsd exclusively, SAPAKS leader Abhishek Soni said that,

“SAPAKS is ready for assembly elections and we have called for a massive convention on 30th September in Bhopal. Also, we have invited applications from our supporters, who are willing to become our candidates to fight elections”.

“Around 15,000 supporters of SAPAKS and other social organizations are expected to participate in the convention, where strategy for elections will be made and road-map will be presented in front of supporters”, he added.

Speaking on the lines of agendas of SAPAKS, he cleared that “Our priority is to implement SC/ST Atrocity act as per the guidelines of Supreme Court”.

Earlier SAPAKS said that “We have seen many cases of misuse of the act in Madhya Pradesh, so to save the rights of any individual, we are opposing the act”.

As per the sources, SAPAKS is trying to become a third potential alternative in Madhya Pradesh, where dozens of social organizations including Karni Sena, Brahman Samaj and minorities groups are providing strength to SAPAKS.

SAPAKS is considered as the biggest organisation of government employees and officers in Madhya Pradesh and has units in 51 districts of the state.

As anti-reservation dispute has become a political agenda and could affect the upcoming elections, Madhya Pradesh will witness many more grand conventions from different groups of state.

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