First Phase Candidate List of All India Forward Bloc.

Press Release

PRESS RELEASE 26.03.2019

OUST THE MODI GOVERNMENT

RE-ESTABLISH DEMOCRATIC AND SECULAR VALUES

The All India Forward Bloc, the party founded by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is participating in the current election 2019 to elect the 17th Lok Sabha with an aim to increase its participation in the Parliament, ensure the defeat of BJP and to re-establish the time-tested values of our democracy and secularism.

The country has witnessed serious threats to the democratic and secular traditions of our country. The government of the day has shown its apathy towards the democratic norms of governance and exhibited the entire symptoms of fascism. The Modi government has failed to check the ever increasing price rise of all commodities. The trades particularly the wholesale stockists have made wind fall profits through black-marketing and hoardings. The prices of fuel, gas, power, water, vegetables, fruits, cereals, life saving medicines, study materials and other consumer items have increased manifold during this period. The economic policy of the government particularly the demonetization and unscientific implementation of GST have put the common people under severe crisis. The overall GDP growth shows downward trend. The agriculture sector shows negative growth. The government has failed to prevent the terrorist activities, which poses serious internal security problem. The foreign policy has become subservient to US dictates. Many incidents amply prove that this government has no collective responsibility. In many occasions, the government has compromised with the national sovereignty with foreign companies and countries.

The Modi government has allowed the domestic and foreign finance capital forces to plunder the natural assets as a part of its neo-liberal policies. The government, which is reluctant to extend subsidy to the farmers and poor has extended generous exemptions to the corporates and allowed the bank defaulters to leave the country after looting the banks. Not only the minerals the government is handing over the water resources also to the private companies. Allowing FDI in retail trade is another policy liberalisation of the government, which is detrimental to the interests of the nation in general and 20 crore retail traders in particular. Allowing private companies to open banks and the gradual closing down of the postal department are shows that the government is relinquishing its responsibility to provide necessary services to the general public and handing over them to private monopoly capitals.

Strategy of AIFB

The All India Forward Bloc is of the opinion that the main characteristics of the current government are (i) communalism in thoughts, (ii) fascism in vision, (iii) liberalization and crony capitalism in practice, (iv) intolerance in action and (vi) autocracy in administration. Therefore it is the duty of the democracy loving and secular minded people to mobilize their entire might to dethrone this anti-people government. In order to materialize this target, the party will evolve with a strategy to explore the possibility of (i) forging alliance with left parties, (ii) understanding with secular – democratic parties, (iii) contest independently to propagate the politics of Forward Bloc and relevance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose (iv) and to take all possible steps to consolidate anti-BJP votes.

With this target, the AIFB is setting up candidates in as many as 15 states.

The First list of candidates of the party is as follows:

Loksabha

Arunachal Pradesh

  1. Arunachal West       Shri Jomin Nyokir Kara.

Andhra Pradesh            

  1. Kadapa                      Shri M. Rajagopal Reddy
  2. Kakinada                  Shri V. Venkata Ramana
  3. Nandyala                  Shri R. Radhadkrishna
  4. Ongole                      Shri Mukhu Balakrishna Reddy
  5. Eluru                          Shri Preethala Kutumbarao

Assam                             

  1. Jorhat                        Shri  Rajkumar Duwarah
  2. Karimgunj                 Shri Ajay Kumar Sarkar
  3. Silchar                       Shri Badrul Islam Barbhuiya

Bihar

  1. Shivhar                     Shri Devendra Kumar Singh
  2. Sitamarhi                  Shri Subedar Brajkishor Jha
  3. Muzaffarpur              Shri Sitaram Sah
  4. Jhanjharpur             Shri Surendra Prasad
  5. Darbhanga               Shri A.K. Kanth

Delhi                                

  1. West Delhi                Shri Charanjeeet Singh.

Himachal Pradesh

  1. Kangra                      Shri B.C. Sood
  2. Mandi                        Shri Het Ram Sharma

Jammu and Kashmir

  1. Jammu                      Shri Javed Choudhary
  2. Srinagar                    Shri Fayaz Ahmed Bhat

Jharkhand                    

  1. Dhanbad                   Shri Heeralal Shankhwar

Madhya Pradesh          

  1. Bhind                         Shri Vijay Singh Patwa

Odisha                            

  1. Keonjhar                   Shri Prafulla Kumar Nayak
  2. Aska                           Shri Rajib Chandra Khadanga.

Punjab                          

  1. Ludhiana                  Shri Bodh Raj

Telangana                     

  1. Adilabad                    Shri Govind Nayak Bhukya
  2. Malkagiri                   Shri King William
  3. Chevella                   Shri Ragam Sathish Yadav

Uttar Pradesh               

  1. Muzaffar Nagar        Shri Dr. Mortaza Salmani
  2. Bijnor                         Shri Mukesh Kumar
  3. Ettah                          Shri Rakesh Kumar
  4. Badaun                     Shri Kailash Kumar Mishra
  5. Kannauj                    Shri Subhash Chandra
  6. Lucknow                   Shri Ramesh
  7. Ballia                         Shri Akhtar Khan

West Bengal

  1. Cooch Behar              Shri Gobind Roy
  2. Barasat                      Shri Haripad Biswas
  3. Purulia                      Shri Bir Singh Mahato.

Legislative Assembly

Andhra Pradesh

  1. Proddatur-                     Shri Bangaru Munireddy
  2. Jammala madugu-      Shri RV.Brahma Reddy
  3. Ananthapuram Kadiri-    Shri K Vajra Bhaskar Reddy
  4. Tadipatri-                       Shri B Jagadeeshwar Reddy
  5. Ananthapuram-           Shri K suryasekhar reddy
  6. Dharmavaram-             ShriGaddam Rajagopal
  7. kurnool,Allagadda-     Shri P Rajasekhar Reddy
  8. Banaganapalli-            Shri M.Yeshwanth Reddy
  9. Udayagiri-                     Shri B.Madhusudhan Rao
  10. Kanigiri -                       Shri P.Ramana Reddy
  11. Darsi-                             Shri K.Velugonda Reddy
  12. Markapuram-              Shri P.Indiramma
  13. Tekkali-                         Shri C S Patnaik
  14. Panyam-                       Shri S Neelima
  15. Sathenapalli-               Shri P.Madhavarao
  16. Polavaram-                   Shri M.Venkateshwar Rao
  17. Vijaywada West-         Shri Nadella Chinna
  18. Avanigadda-                Shri Kantamneni Ravishankar
  19. Penamluru-                  Shri Odugu Naresh

Odisha

  1. Chitra                     Shri Konda Suryamani Nayak
  2. Ghasipura              Shri Abhijt Mishra
  3. Anadpur                  Shri Narendra Kumar Jena
  4. Patana                     Shri Padmini Laguri
  5. Keonjhar                 Shri Ranjit Munda
  6. Champua                Shri Ratikanta Parida
  7. Balasore                  Shri Sarbeswar Mishra
  8. Nimapada               Smt. Bijayalaxmi Samantaray
  9. Puri                          Shri Jitendriya Behera
  10. Bhubaneshwar       Shri Pradip Das
  11. Ekamra BBSR        Shri Narayan Dalua
  12. Ranapur                 Shri Debaraj Sahoo
  13. Polasara                 Shri Samarjit Mohanty
  14. Berhampur            Shri Sidhartha Pattajoshi
  15. Chikiti                    Shri Bibhudendra Padhi
  16. Remuna                 Shri Annirudha Mallik
  17. Malkangiri             Shri Bikash Madi
  18. Koraput                  Shri Dhanurjaya Hantal
  19. Choudwar-Cuttack  Smt. Pratima Nayak
  20. Basta                         Smt. Laxmi Dhara Giri

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