With the ongoing political stir in India, the Lok Janshakti Party is also trying to keep pace with the vote bank-centric myth that is ending among political parties. The myths are ending that for the first time the Rashtriya Janata Dal handed over the command of the state president to the leader of the upper caste. In the Bharatiya Janata Party, the talk of the most backward is going on fast. In such a situation, LJP has started advancing the Savarna card with a complete strategy beyond its vote bank.
According to a media report, the vote bank of upper castes in Bihar is 17 to 20 percent. Keeping in mind the assembly elections due next year, LPG has recently released a list of 10 office-bearers, of which more than half are Savarnas. With this, the LJP is mentioning in all its programs that the legal system of reservation for the upper castes has been put forward by them economically. It was included by the party 19 years ago in its manifesto.
Two days after the release of the new list of the then party supremo and Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan says that the leaders of the general caste pushed the backward and Dalits forward. From the very beginning, the role of leaders of the upper classes has been important in the fight for social justice. This statement is not unexpected. For the first time as National President, Chirag Paswan made 10 Vice Presidents last week. Of these, seven vice-presidents, Sunil Pandey, Raju Tiwari, Nutan Singh, Hulas Pandey, Vinod Kumar Singh, Vireshwar Singh, and Usha Sharma are from forwarding castes. The LJP, which considers the people of Paswan caste as its vote bank, has included only two Paswan Ramvinod Paswan and Sanjay Paswan in this list. Rajkumar Sah, a vice president, belongs to a backward caste. In this context, LJP has prepared its team for the coming time.