The BHARATHIYA PRAJA SENE were inspired by the two legends one Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, popularly known as Babasaheb Ambedkar, was an Indian jurist, economist, politician and social reformer who inspired the Dalit Buddhist movement and campaigned against social discrimination towards the untouchables, while also supporting the rights of women and labour.( born April 14, 1891 — died 6 December 1956 ).

Two Che Guevara, by name of Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, (born June 14, 1928, Rosario, Argentina—died October 9, 1967, La Higuera, Bolivia), theoretician and tactician of guerrilla warfare, prominent communist figure in the Cuban Revolution (1956–59),.

BHARATHIYA PRAJA SENE, We are anxious before declaring the objectives of our organization as we have to form the real India which Dr. Ambedkar had dreamed whatever objectives we have been to achieve those objectives. We have to face many obstacles, many hurdles yet we have to fulfill the dreams of Dr. Babasaheb.
All are being appealed that you must not fear the calamities while uplifting the downtrodden, power among the poorest, the backwards and the commoners by our inspiration Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar in the form of our constitution.


I Manjunath R (born 04 April 1982) is an Indian and Kannada activist, Member of Vigilance & Monitoring Committee (SC & ST Prevention of Atrocities Act) in the Government of Karnataka in India. He rose to prominence in the 2000s as a leader, and He worked in the Several Sene’s and the current President of the:-
BHARATHIYA PRAJA SENE (BPS)(Ambedkar Vada)(2016-Till-date
DALITHA SANGARSHA SAMITHI (KDSS) (Ambedkar Vada) (2001-2012),
Manjunath R support during all controversy brought him into the movement and made him a prominent leader. The leadership split after disagreements over its future and over if other casts should be allowed join and the name 'BHARATHIYA PRAJA SENE' was taken up by others in many parts of Karnataka.
They practiced radical castes, fusing the ideologies of Ambedkar, Manjunath R and Venugopal.T Crucially, the Bharathiya Praja Sene helped strengthen the use of the term Dalits to refer to lower-caste communities. The manifesto, issued in 2006, fit the Ambedkar spirit into a broader socialist framework and heralded the rise of an autonomous Dalits perspective in post-Independence India.