PFL New Jersey Chapter participated in Independence Day Parade 4th year in a row

People for LokSatta (PFL), New Jersey Chapter, once again, displayed their solidarity and love for their nation as they marched in the 33rd India Day parade in New York City. The India Day Parade marked celebrations of the 67th Indian Independence Day and it was organized by the Federation of Indian Associations (FIA), New York, New Jersey and Connecticut chapters.

PFL Detroit receives great response in 2013 India Day Event Celebrations in Detroit

Detroit PFL (PeopleForLoksatta) Participated in INDIA LEAGUE OF AMERICA MICHIGAN event on Saturday August 10, 2013 (10:00 AM to 8:00 PM) at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, MI. This event attracted 18,000-20,000 people this year. Detroit PFL had an opportunity to participate in this event by setting a booth to spread LSP/PFL ideology and bring awareness about PFL activities in Metro Detroit.

PFL Round Table Conference on State Bifurcation with NRIs in Dallas

People for Lok Satta (PFL) convened a round-table conference with leaders drawn from Telangana, Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions in Dallas for a constructive discussion on state bifurcation that appears to be “inevitable”. NRI’s from each region their opinion and discuss on the possible solutions. The main objectives of the round-table conference were to discuss; if Hyderabad should be the common capital or other alternative solutions, security for jobs and

PFL's First National Convention in New Jersey

People For Lok Satta (PFL) held its first national convention in Edison, New Jersey on March 23rd and 24th 2013. Around seventy members from Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New Jersey, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, and Washington D.C., gathered for two days to celebrate the fourth anniversary of the organisation and discussed about party internal elections and future plans to win at least four constituencies in 2014.

People For Lok Satta receives phenomenal response at the 19th TANA CONVENTION in DALLAS, TEXAS


People for Lok Satta (PFL), a non-profit political organization established in 2008 to advance the principles of Lok Satta party among non-resident Indians (NRIs) and Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) received extra ordinary response at the 19th Telugu Association of North America’s (TANA) convention.