Indian Liberals
Our Campaigns:
Arunachal Pradesh Liberals
Jammu and Kashmir Liberals
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West Bengal Liberals
Jharkhand Liberals
Andaman and Nicobar Liberals
Rajasthan Liberals
Revoke AFSPA
Manipur Liberals
Nagaland Liberals
Indian Liberals
Karnataka Liberals
Sikkim Liberals
Free Market India
Repeal Section 377
Second Language Movement
Meghalaya Liberals
Kerala Liberals
No Right To Cash
Odisha Liberals
Electoral Reforms
Chattisgarh Liberals
Siddaramiah For CM
Siddaramiah For CM

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We are Indian Liberals. A group of Liberals interested in promoting Free Market, Personal Freedom and Liberal Democracy in India.

We are non-partisan and support Liberals irrespective of their party affiliation.

Political Endorsements:

We currently endorse the following politicians for upcoming elections.

Mr. Nitish Kumar is not a Liberal. But we heed to his call, asking for unity among all political forces opposed to Fascism. Is Prohibition Liberal? No, we do not support Prohibition. But we also know that C. Rajagopalachari (Rajaji) as Chief Minister, introduced the Prohibition Act of 1937 in Madras Presidency.

Mr. K. Siddaramiah is probably a Liberal. His party isn't. We are going to support Liberals no matter where they are.

Mr/Ms P Chidambaram, Jaswant Singh, Shashi Tharoor, Yashwant Sinha, Baijayant Panda, P D Rai, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Nandan Nilekani, Jayaprakash Narayan, Prodyut Bora, Meera Sanyal, R K Misra et al often taken Liberals positions but belong to different political parties. We support them whenever they espouse Liberal policies.

We support these Liberal Political Parties

There are few political parties which profess to be Liberal. Loksatta Party, Liberal Democratic Party, Navbharat Democratic Party and Swarna Bharat Party. We follow them and support whenever they take Liberal positions.

You need not agree with the motivation behind some, or all of these initiatives. But you can still be part of us and work on your interest areas. After all, we are Liberals.

News relevant to this Campaign:

The weak legitimacy of Indian capitalism - Livemint
How Natural Is It For Government To Be In Business? - Swarajya
Remembering Sharad Joshi, The Jeans-Clad Farmer - Swarajya
BJP's Choice Of 'Dalit Leader' Ram Nath Kovind As President Shows We Can Never Be Free Of Identity Politics - Huffington Post India
Privatization versus anti-profiteering - Livemint
RT @vivakermani Starting with the Swatantra Party, Jan Sangh and later, the BJP, were the only political parties tht supported the case of Israel.
Privatization versus anti-profiteering - Livemint
The Retreat of Western Liberalism: A Conversation with Edward Luce - Economics Wire
Remembering Sharad Joshi, The Jeans-Clad Farmer - Swarajya

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