Punjab Polls 2017: Dalit voice of left Bant Singh Jhabbar joins AAP

Bant, an indisputable part of Communist Party of India (Marxist�Leninist) Liberation and various organisations of the landless peasantry of deep-red ideology, has received a scarf which carries AAP�s broom symbol from party�s Punjab in-charge Sanjay Singh.

Punjab Polls 2017: Dalit voice of left Bant Singh Jhabbar joins AAP

Ahead of the assembly polls in Punjab, Bant Singh Jhabbar who was known as the Dalit voice of left has joined in the Aam Aadmi Party.

Bant, an indisputable part of Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Liberation and various organisations of the landless peasantry of deep-red ideology, has received a scarf which carries AAP’s broom symbol from party’s Punjab in-charge Sanjay Singh.

According to Hindustan Times report, Bant said, “I will sing at Kejriwal's rally which is scheduled on December 28 in Kolianwali.” He shared how he had "mentally fallen apart" from his own party, CPI (ML)-Liberation, in August this year.


“I have lost all hope in the party leadership... It has landed into the hands of big farmers, and I am the same poor landless for them,” said Bant, 50, who has been singing heroic ballads of class struggle for nearly 40 years.