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Krantikari Manuwadi Morcha ("Revolutionary Manuvadi Front", KMM) is an ultra-conservative Hindutva political organisation in India, formed in 2000. In the Uttar Pradesh state assembly elections in 2002 KMM nominated Dara Singh, the accused of the murder of Australian Christian missionary Graham Staines, from the Muzaffarnagar and Ghaziabad constituencies. KMM also openly defended Singh's actions. The nomination sparked protests from the Christian community, and the All India Christian Council demanded that KMM ought to be banned. The nomination was later withdrawn.R.K. Bhardwaj did stand as a candidate in the 2002 U.P. polls, contesting the Dadri seat. He received 531 votes (0.28%).

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  • Krantikari Manuwadi Morcha ("Revolutionary Manuvadi Front", KMM) is an ultra-conservative Hindutva political organisation in India, formed in 2000. In the Uttar Pradesh state assembly elections in 2002 KMM nominated Dara Singh, the accused of the murder of Australian Christian missionary Graham Staines, from the Muzaffarnagar and Ghaziabad constituencies. KMM also openly defended Singh's actions. The nomination sparked protests from the Christian community, and the All India Christian Council demanded that KMM ought to be banned. The nomination was later withdrawn.R.K. Bhardwaj did stand as a candidate in the 2002 U.P. polls, contesting the Dadri seat. He received 531 votes (0.28%).
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  • Krantikari Manuwadi Morcha ("Revolutionary Manuvadi Front", KMM) is an ultra-conservative Hindutva political organisation in India, formed in 2000. In the Uttar Pradesh state assembly elections in 2002 KMM nominated Dara Singh, the accused of the murder of Australian Christian missionary Graham Staines, from the Muzaffarnagar and Ghaziabad constituencies. KMM also openly defended Singh's actions. The nomination sparked protests from the Christian community, and the All India Christian Council demanded that KMM ought to be banned. The nomination was later withdrawn.R.K. Bhardwaj did stand as a candidate in the 2002 U.P. polls, contesting the Dadri seat. He received 531 votes (0.28%). In the 2004 Lok Sabha elections, R.K. Bhardwaj contested the Lucknow seat (the seat of then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee) as the only KMM candidate in the country. Bhardwaj had made an appeal to secular parties to support him for the election, and claim support of Muslim political groups. Bhardwaj got 597 votes (0.1%). In 2012, the Krantikari Manuwadi Morcha along with Utkal Christian Council and Apostolic Churches Alliance approached the Supreme Court to challenge a 2009 Delhi High Court order decriminalising homosexual acts.
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