Advocate Charanjeet Singh Bhalla

Advocate Charanjeet Singh Bhalla

Advocate Charanjeet Singh Bhalla was born into a family of Swayamsevaks affiliated with Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), Jan Sangh, and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Balraj Bhalla Ji, the grandfather of Advocate Charanjeet Singh Bhalla, was the founder of “Jan Sangh” and the inaugural President of Jan Sangh in undivided Punjab. The late father of Advocate Charanjeet Singh Bhalla was also a Swayamsevak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, having joined at the tender age of 12 and completing his second-year “Shiksha” while fulfilling responsibilities in the Sangh.

Advocate Charanjeet Bhalla pursued his studies at Delhi University and, professionally, serves as a lawyer in the Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court of India. Specializing in Election Law, he is renowned as an election strategist and an expert in Election Management.

As a dedicated Swayamsevak, Advocate Charanjeet Singh Bhalla fulfilled various responsibilities within RSS, including serving as a “Pracharak” in Meghalaya. His efforts successfully thwarted forceful conversions of Hindus into other religions. Notably, he initiated awareness programs like “Jan Jagran Yatra” in and around Cherapunji, as well as extensively in Garo Hills among tribal Hindus. These initiatives were instrumental in enlightening the tribal Hindu communities about the covert motives behind conversion, leading to a significant reduction in conversions.

Advocate Charanjeet Singh Bhalla also assumed the role of “Convenor Prashikshan” for BJP Haryana, where he trained the party’s workforce. Under his leadership, BJP achieved a majority and formed the government for the first time in Haryana. His tenure witnessed a successful election campaign, resulting in BJP’s victory.

During his tenure as a “Pracharak” in Assam & Meghalaya, Advocate Charanjeet Singh Bhalla observed the adverse effects of illegal migration from Bangladesh on the country. In response, he initiated awareness campaigns to highlight the threats posed by illegal immigration, particularly from Bangladeshi and Rohingya communities. He coined the slogan “Bharat Hamara Desh Hai, Koi Dharamshala Nahin,” emphasizing the need to protect the motherland from demographic changes and heinous offenses committed by illegal migrants.

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