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Bahujan Volunteer Force

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Abbreviation  BVF
Purpose  discipline
Region served  India
Formation  1984 (By Kanshi Ram)
Location  India
Website  official website
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The Bahujan Volunteer Force or BVF are volunteers, both men and women among party workers Bahujan Samaj Party used for managing party rallies and averting violence during the programmes of the party. Keeping in mind the vastness of the party affairs and with a view to conduct the organizational affairs effectively these volunteers are trained to deal with the crowds. The BSP is known for its discipline due to BVF as they make party’s rallies are well organised.



BVF has blue and white uniform with a cap that has the BSP emblem.

Volunteer membership

BSP workers that have age between 18 and 40 years are in BVF. BVF is headed by a Vidhan Sabha convenor and co-convenor at the level of Assembly constituency and by a district convenor and a co-convenor at the district level. BVF has 2000 volunteers in Delhi including 600 women while over 28000 volunteers nationwide.


Bahujan Volunteer Force Wikipedia

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