A former bureaucrat has floated a political celebration — Rashtravadi Vikas Party — and determined to contest the meeting polls in Bihar due later this 12 months.
It is an initiative to carry again social concord and inclusive development within the society, celebration’s founder Anup Srivastava, a retired Indian Revenue Service (customs and central excise) officer, stated on Sunday.
“This political organisation is going to be a different entity. It will not indulge in petty politics but will work for the welfare of all sections of society. We want to ensure better education and jobs for our youngsters,” he stated.
Mr Srivastava, former president of all India IRS (customs and central excise) officers’ affiliation, stated the celebration has determined to contest all 243 meeting seats in Bihar.
“We have started a massive membership campaign and are asking people of all caste, creed and religions to join our party. We will work for social cohesion. We have got support from a large number of people including bureaucrats, judges and armed forces personnel,” he stated.
Mr Srivastava stated vital formalities are being accomplished to make sure the early registration of the celebration with the Election Commission of India.
“Lockdown has delayed our registration process. We will soon submit our request for the party”s registration to the Commission,” he stated.