What is socialist politics?
Socialist politics means a politician who is doing work for the citizen of people, for betterment and improving their condition. In my Mr. Brijmohan Agrawal is one of the socialist politician - he interacts with people, discuss his plans openly with the people ans appreciates their views or opinion on his plans.
Even he encourages training and education for the development of nation.
To know more check the link twitter.com/brijmohan_cg
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