Lucknow: With a clarion call to unite all the
`kshatriyas` of the state, Parivartan Morcha, a front of 11
regional parties, today released a list of 52 candidates for
Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.
"The front has decided to unite kshatriyas divided in
different castes and sub-castes and bring them on one
platform," said Harivansh Singh, patron of the Morcha and
national president of Akhil Bhartiya Chattriya Mahasabha.
He said that priority has been given to candidates having
clean and honest image.
"Due to come and go governments, development of the
state did not take place," Singh alleged.
"In democracy, when people say something unitedly they
get weightage," he said.
He said that under the umbrella of the Morcha 64 per
cent kshatriya, divided in various castes and sub-caste,
including Muslim kshatriyas would come on one platform.