The Constitution of India in its preamble pledges to secure Justice, social, economic and political; Equality of status and opportunity; and to promote Fraternity assuring the dignity of the individual. Each of these pledges is directly or indirectly linked to social justice.
Real issues of livelihood took a backseat, says Lok Satta Party founder-president
Vijayawada: Congratulating Narendra Modi and Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy on their emphatic victories in the general elections, Lok Satta Party founder-president Jayaprakash Narayan said the influence of religion and the rhetoric on Defence, internal security and terrorism was clearly visible at the national level, while caste and freebies had a profound impact in Andhra Pradesh.
Loksatta began as a citizen's movement in 1996 to help promote electoral and governance reforms. Loksatta Party was born in 2006 out of the realization that the best and brightest of society need to embrace politics. It is the party for the new generation, a generation that is sick and tired of dynastic and vote bank politics, a generation that has no time for politics run by the unholy trinity of corruption, greed and nepotism.