Indian politics needs a revolution, the scenario of politics is such in India that the youth of the country is not interested in politics all thanks to our leaders who have created a bad image for their profession.
The politics in India has a label of “Development” but deep within the motto of development is hindered & the politics solely done is on religion & caste.
As is is said to clean the mud you have to enter in it, setting up an example over 50 IITians have quit their cushiony jobs and formed a political party called ‘ Bahujan Azad Party’
“We are a bunch of 50 people, all from different IITs, who have quit our full-time jobs to work for the party. We have applied to the Election Commission for an approval and are meanwhile doing groundwork”, says Naveen Kumar, who is an IIT Delhi graduate himself and is leading the party.
“We do not wish to do a hurried job and end up being reduced to just one of those small political outfits with big ambitions. We will begin with contesting the 2020 Bihar Assembly Elections and then aim for the next Lok Sabha polls”, he adds.
Here is how twitter reacted to it
After AAP, we have BAP (Bahujan Azad Party). Hope this political outfit of 50 IIT alumni wouldn't be aspiring to become BAP of all parties.https://t.co/uQaSVlfXkG
— Kumar Shakti Shekhar (@ShaktiShekhar) April 22, 2018
The Bahujan Azad Party sounds like a great idea. 50 IIT alumni to get together to give a new turn to Dalit and backward caste politics. Interesting.
— Pritish Nandy (@PritishNandy) April 23, 2018
Good move by 50 IIT Alumni from SC/STs Community to quit job & Form Bahujan Azad Party, atleast SC/STs Community will be free from Donkeys Lawmakers Selected by Mayawati kind of Leaders. Mention of Subhash Chandra Bose, APJ Kalam is good sign https://t.co/iyh87hWibK
— Pinku Gupta (@imPkNAMOVictory) April 22, 2018
Bunch of 50 MONKEYS inspite of fighting for ONE INDIA are fighting for #sc #st #SCSTAct #obc and they are #BahujanAzadParty @BahujanAzad SHAMING IIT LOGO. @aajtak @ZeeNews @BJP4India @INCIndia @AamAadmiParty @iitdaa #IIT @iaryananmol @Dwari1008
— Sachindra Ramanathan (@SachindraGoogle) April 23, 2018
Instead of supporting caste based reservations, support economic based reservations.
— Raavan II🚩 (@RaavanTweets) April 23, 2018
Same old story like aam aadmi party.
I think enough time and energy wasted on the later.
Just keep focusing on your own work and try to make our country a better place. You need not be an IITian for that . 🙂
— Gaurav Jain (@lazysethji) April 23, 2018