Speaking on the occasion, Udit Raj said he believed in inclusive growth and the welfare of the last man in the queue and accused Congress of causing disparity in the society during its rule.
    
He alleged that SCs have not received any benefits during the 10 years Congress rule and claimed his party has been trying a lot to promote them. To make his point clear, he said the BJP recently sent three Dalit leaders to Rajya Sabha.
      
Raj, a former IRS officer, may contest next Lok Sabha election, sources said.

Raj, who has in the past organized Hindu groups with his activism including holding of mass-conversions charged the interest of Dalits has been adversely affected during Congress rule and claimed BJP is more sympathetic to their cause.
    
He also hit out at BSP supremo Mayawati, who enjoys considerable supports among Dalits, alleging her party benefited from the vote of SCs but did little to ensure their welfare.
    
He also took potshots at AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal, and said the former Delhi chief minister was his junior in Indian Revenue Service but did "nothing noteworthy" in Income Tax department. He alleged that Kejriwal is now indulging in politics of propaganda and lies".

(JPN/Agencies)

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