Erstwhile Bharatiya Jana Sangh leader- Balraj Madhok died at 96

Bharatiya Jana Sangh leader- Balraj Madhok

New Delhi: The erstwhile Bharatiya Jana Sangh’s founder leader- Balraj Madhok died in New Delhi today, on Monday, second day of May, at the age of Nine- six- years. The information of his death, was given by the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh’s members.

The said deceased leader, the founding member of the said Bharatiya Jana Sangh, and he was later sacked from the party. Mr. Balraj Madhok was reportedly claimed to be ill for some days, and as such in the morning time, at about 9: 00 AM today, at residence of the said leader, located in New Rajendra Nagar in Central Delhi, he died. The information is given by the spokesman from the RSS, while talking to the media agency.

While so, the comments from the current Prime Minister- Narendra Modi came out on such incident, and he found stated that the said former founder leader of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh “was selflessly devoted to the Nation and Society” and “his ideological commitment was strong and clarity of thought immense.”

Notably, the said deceased leader, who born on 25th day of February, 1920 in the Skardu which is now located in Pakistan, in his early life dedicated to study, and become educated from Srinagar and Lahore and thereafter, in the year 1940, i.e. earlier to complete his education to the level of graduation, around two years before, he earned the membership of the RSS in Lahore.

It was said that he was the full- time member to RSS, as in the year 1942, he was selected as so. Later in his political life, he become politically active in Jammu and Kashmir. However, it was also seen at one time that he was externed by Sheikh Abdullah from the State.

Moreover, the said deceased leader was initially associated with the Praja Parishad Party in Jammu and later his joined the hands with others for forming the Jana Sangh. The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad- ABVP was also founded by him, which is now the Student’s wing of Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh- RSS.

In the political career he also became a Lok Sabha member in the year 1961 by election and for the years 1966 to 67 the said leader had served as president to Jana Sangh. However, later in the year 1973, he was sacked from the party by L K Advani.

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