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New Delhi: Swarna Bhartiya Party(SBP) on the occasion of India’s 67th Republic Day launched its new website named http://swarnabharat.in.

The party released a statement congratulating the nation on the Republic day and pledged to keep working to achieve the liberty embedded in the preamble of the Indian constitution.


The party said the motive behind having all the struggle for freedom from British rule was the desire to live as free people. But this idea has been hurt by successive governments after that.

SBP is a registered political party since mid-2014 when the Election Commission of India registered it.

Party statement said that it is committed to bringing a total reformation in Indian governance system and take the country to greatness.

Sanjeev Sabhlok, an ex-IAS officer and liberal political activist, is the instrumental figure behind the origin of the Swarna Bhartiya Party. He aims to use the website to increase the reach of the party which will contribute to the ultimate goal of achieving liberty in India.

Sanjeev Sabhlok announced on twitter of the arrival of the new website.

The party used tweeted about the announcement of the new website.


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