About Party

Rashtriya Lok Dal (abbreviated as RLD) is a political party in India founded by Chaudhary Ajit Singh. The Rashtriya Lokdal is dedicated to upholding Chaudhary Charan Singh Ji’s cause and ideals. Chaudhary Charan Singh was a multi-faceted personality; a freedom fighter and patriot, an excellent administrator, a statesman, a thinker and scholar with a revolutionary vision, a man of character and integrity, and above all a champion of the interests of masses, especially the weak and the downtrodden in society. His enduring struggle for truth and equality remains an inspiration to our countrymen.

Our Values

Political leadership of the country must remember that nothing mocks our values and our dreams more than the desperate struggle of our citizens for existence. Nothing could therefore be a more patriotic objective for our political leaders to ensure that no child will go to bed hungry, no family will fear for its next day’s bread and that the future and capacities of not a single Indian will be allowed to be stunted by mal-nutrition.

Our Philosophy

We are concerned with the impact of climate change on our country, its agriculture and environment. We have spoken out in parliament on the need for countries like India, which have developing and large agrarian economies to come together and adopt a flexible approach that does not create barriers for growth but at the same time addresses the need for a global understanding and commitment on climate change.

Our Inspiration

Chaudhary Charan Singh’s vision for social equity, and his ability to create political consensus on issues, resulted in important pieces of legislation in the State Assembly. Chaudhary Charan Singh modified the central government plan to the advantage of agriculturalists by offering them a much higher procurement price than the prevailing market rates.

Our Achievements

Some of the notable achievements were the Debt Redemption Bill, 1939, The Consolidation of Holdings Act of 1953, and the Uttar Pradesh Zamindari and land Reforms Act, 1952, which resulted in the abolition of the Zamindari system throughout the State. We are also working with several civil society groups, and non-governmental organizations.