Indian Justice Party

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Indian Justice Party(IJP)
Leader Udit Raj
Founded 9 December 2012
Dissolved 24 February 2014
Headquarters 5, Pusa Road, 3rd Floor, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, India 110005
Ideology Social Democratic Dalit Socialism
ECI Status State party [1]

Indian Justice Party (IJP) was a political party in India that was established by Udit Raj in 2003. He was an Indian Revenue Service officer and had resigned in 2003 to form Indian Justice Party.

Merger with Bharatiya Janta Party

Udit Raj, Founder and head of the National Confederation of SCs/STs on 24 February 2014 announced merger of his party to Bharatiya Janata Party in presence of BJP National President Rajnath Singh.[2] Mr. Raj said "I had talked to BJP on issues related to role of Dalits in governance and running the country, and only after that he decided to join the BJP.[3]


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  2. ^ "Senior Dalit Leader Udit Raj to Join BJP on Feb 24". Outlook. New Delhi. 23 February 2014.
  3. ^ Dalit leader Udit Raj joins BJP, 25 February 2014

External links

  • BSP secretary joins Indian Justice Party
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