- Pragatisheel Bahujan Samaj Party
Pragatisheel Bahujan Samaj Party, splinter-group of
Bahujan Samaj Partyin Madhya Pradesh. PBSP was formed on October 27 1999, when four out of eleven BSP members of the legislative assembly of Madhya Pradeshbroke away.
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