National general secretary of the BSP Mann Singh Manehra has announced that the BSP would contest all 68 seats in the state coming Assembly elections. Manehra also added that party is keen to go with youths and will distribute about 70 percent of tickets to among them. While addressing media person, Mann Singh Manehra emphasised on the growing youth power in the politics and declare that BSP is aiming to enroll 25,000 new party members by January next year in the state. Manehra claimed that BSP will emerge as the third major political front in the state in the next Assembly polls. State BSP president Vijay Nayyar was also present.

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