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RASHTRIYA SAMAJ PAKSHA is the Party of National Communities i.e. RASHTRIYA SAMAJ. Rashtriya Samaj Paksha was declared on 31 May 2003 in Chondi the Birthplace of Maharani AhilyaDevi Holkar the first and foremost benevolent Lady Ruler of India who ruled 30 years. Mahadev Jankar forming RSP is aiming political power for deprived India, communities and region wise. Through political power Mahadev Jankar and RSP wants to emancipate socio-economic problems of deprived National Communities. RASHTRIYA SAMAJ is the New Political Identity and Nomenclature given to all National Communities of India by Mahadev Jankar. Thus, the RASHTRIYA SAMAJ is FEDERATION of all National Communities of India. As RASHTRIYA SAMAJ is party of National Community it is Secular in nature & assures adequate representation to all communities. It was, and is the constitutional responsibility of every Government of India to assure equal participation in political power to each section of the society. Mahadev Jankar is emerging as national leader and RSP is emerging as a political force. Under the leadership of Mahadev Jankar, National Communities of different castes /tribes /religions /sects /beliefs /languages /states /regions of India are taking form of RASHTRIYA SAMAJ, which also cannot be stopped now.

RSP – National Programmes|
Under the vigil leadership of Mahadev Jankar is trying to be Broad Based, (Geographically and Socially) Mass Based and Cadre Based RASHTRIYA SAMAJ PAKSHA. Jankar gave the power-charging, one and unique nomenclature to all deprived Community i.e. RASHTRIYA SAMAJ-NATIONAL COMMUNITY. Under the Banner of Rashtriya Samaj Paksha, yearly 6 National Programmes are being held regularly. Mahadev Jankar says Chondi Rajmata Ahilya JanmBhumi is Gateway to Mumbai Assembly and Katgum Mahatama Phule MulBhumi is Gateway to Sansad Bhavan Delhi.

  • Mahatma Phule Jayanti Mahotsav on 20th February at Katgun-Satara
  • Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar Jayanti Mahotsav on 31st May at Chondi-Ahmadnagar
  • Raje Umaji Naik Jayanti Mahotsav on 7th September, at Bhiwadi-Pune
  • Sangolli Rayanna Rajyabhishek Mahotsav on 26th January at Nandgad-Belgaum, Karnataka (A Great Nationalist, and Revolutionary Freedom Fighter hanged by British rulers on 26th January 1831)
  • RASHTRIYA SAMAJ DIWAS – Mahadev Jankars Birthday on 19th April
  • PARTY FORMATION DAY on 29th August

RSP in Parliamentary battlefield
Rashtriya Samaj Paksha got registered with Chief Election Commissioner, New Delhi, with effect from 29th August 2003. In the month of September 2003, within 8 days of party formation RSP contested from Parabhani Jilla Parishad with the symbol Cup and Saucer. RSP contested 2004 Lok Sabha and started its parliamentary battle to reach Biggest Power Centre ‘Sansad Bhavan – Delhi’. Since then, RSP has been contesting Lok Sabha, Assembly, and all local body elections along with panchayat.

Lok Sabha-2004 (13/05/2004)
Rashtriya Samaj Paksha, which established on 29th August 2003, contested it first Lok Sabha -2004 election in two states (Maharashtra & Karnataka) and fielded 13 candidates, 1/4th Lok Sabha seats of Maharashtra. Thus, Rashtriya Samaj Paksha entered in the arena of Democratic Parliamentary battlefield of India. In its first election, RSP of 9 months was able to get 146,571 votes which was 0.04% of the total votes of India. In Baramati, RSP candidate was able to get 30230 votes against Sharad Pawar of NCP. In Pandharpur RSP candidate could disturb the equation against Ramdas Athavale. In Beed, RSP youth candidate (Balasaheb Dodtale) was able to get 14773 votes against Gopinath Munde the senior BJP leader. In Pandharpur, RSP candidate was able to get Ujwalatai Shinde wife of Sushilkumar Shinde defeated. She lost by 5000+ votes and RSP candidate got 6396 votes. In Satara RSP candidate, getting 28304 votes became the cause to defeat Shiv Sena candidate by Congress candidate with marginal 4400 votes. RSP stood 8th Number party in its first Lok Sabha Election in Maharashtra. In Bidar Karnataka, also, RSP candidate was able to get 15630 votes and RSP is National party in its first election. All RSP candidates contested Maharashtra Assembly 2004 election with common symbol i.e. Cup and Saucer.

Maharashtra Assembly-2004
Rashtriya Samaj Paksha contested Maharashtra Assembly 38 seats and was able to get 144,753 votes, which was 0.35% of the total votes of Maharashtra. RSP stood 14th Number party. RSP contested all these elections independently without getting or taking any support from outside. RSP was the 10th in contesting larger number of seats. It contested 38 seats of total of Maharashtra Assemble 288. There was NCP-INC, BJP-SS and other third and fourth front alliances in fray. However, RSP was in field independently. If alliance wise result is analysed, RSP stood 5th in Maharashtra Assembly Election 2004. Thus, in its first election itself, RSP became a noteworthy force in political arena of Maharashtra. RSP candidate were able to receive in Paranda 44734 and in Man 23416. 24 candidates were able to receive more than 1000 votes. RSP candidates contested Maharashtra Assembly 2004 election with common symbol i.e. Cup and Saucer.

Lok Sabha-2009 (17th May 2009)
Rashtriya Samaj Paksha contested total 33 seats all over India, viz; Maharashtra-29, Assam-2, Karanataka-1, Gujarat-1. Social sharing of party was OBC-17, SC-7, Tribals-2, Minority-3, Brahmin-1, Maratha-1, Jain-1 and Thakur-1. RSP thus gave representation to all National communities. Mahadev Jankar, National President of RSP contested election against Sharad Pawar National President of NCP in Madha of Maharashtra and was able to get 1 lakh votes in Lok Sabha Election 2009. RSP contested total 33 candidates from four states in Lok Sabha 2009, Maharastra-29, Aasam-2, Gujrat-1, and Karnataka-1. RSP secured 190743 votes in Maharashtra and more than 2 lakhs in India. RSP candidates contested Lok Sabha 2009 election with common symbol i.e. Cup and Saucer.

Maharashtra Assembly-2009 (13th October 2009)
The ruling Democratic Front of Congress and Nationalist Congress Party contested the elections against the alliance of Shiv Sena and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and against the Third Front Known as Republican Left Democratic Front Popularly known as RIDALOS.

Mahadev Jankar, National President of Rashtriya Samaj Paksha played important role in forming non-Congress front / non-BJP alliance i.e. REPUBLICAN LEFT DEMOCRATIC FRONT. This front was of Republican, Left and Democratic parties. There were 13 groups in Republicans. Besides RSP CPI, CPM, JDS, PWP, SP, Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana MP Raju Shetty, Lokbharati of MLA Kapil Patil, UKD of Kumar Saptarshi and other smaller groups/parties were in the front. RLDF contested on all 288 RSP26, RPI-101, SP-21, RSP-21, PWP-13, SSP-13, JDS-13, CPM-12, CPI-10, Lokbharati-5 Prahar-2, UKD-1, and LKJP-1. In Maharashtra Mahadev Jankar had given two clear targets to state party workers to get elected a minimum 5 to 10 MLAs and to get a minimum of 6% votes to get Recognized Party Status. There were many parties in the third front RLDF which contested 252 seats and won total 12 viz. SP – 4, PWP – 4, CPM -1, Swabhimani Party -1, Prahar -1 RSP -1 seats getting 2464211 votes. RSP won one MLA seat from Ahmadpur, Latur. RSP contested 26 seats, won one and stood 3rd on five seats getting total 187126 votes. RPI was unable to get a single seat. RPI felt it was a setback to their party. RSP candidates contested Maharashtra Assembly 2009 election with common symbol i.e. Cup and Saucer.

RSP – A Way to Political Power
RSP is a Way to Political Power. Under the vigil leadership of Mahadev Jankar RSP is moving towards to Political Power. On 29th August 2014 RSP celebrated 11th Anniversary in Mumbai. Mahadev Jankar is the leader who is working hard to be National leader crossing over caste and state limit. Thus, GANGOTRI of RSP is now taking shapes from Maharashtra moving towards Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka and Delhi the Capital City of India. Surely RSP is going to spread in broader GANGA in coming years.