Hailing from north, the party is contesting in the South for the first time and is facing the language barrier.
Bangalore, April 13, 2018: The party from the north, having contested in Himachal Pradesh and Punjab, will be contesting in the southern peninsula for the first time.
Party Vice President and election candidate Lakshmi addressed the gathering and spoke on issues like farmer’s suicides, youth problems, and safety of women among others.
The party’s symbol is a pencil box which symbolizes equality for all.
Rahul Reddy, a member of the party said, “We need your support to move our aim and aspirations forward and as we are fighting for the first time in Karnataka we are facing a language barrier too”.