All India Progressive Janata Dal

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All India Progressive Janata Dal (formerly All India Janata Dal), was a political party in India. AIJD was launched on 11 December 2002, by several leaders of Janata Dal (Secular) and Janata Dal (United) in Karnataka, including the main JD(U) leader in the state Ramakrishna Hegde and JD(S) leader S. R. Bommai.[1]

AIJD president was former Union minister S. R. Bommai (coming from JD(S)) and vice-president was Rajya Sabha member Vijay Mallya (previously vice-president of JD(U)).[2]

C. M. Ibrahim was also the National President for a brief period[3]


  1. ^ "When Siddaramaiah opposed the rise of Kumaraswamy and was kicked out of JD(S)". Hindustan Times. 15 May 2018.
  2. ^ Vishnoi, Anubhuti (23 December 2016). "Rajnath's official home is address of dormant party probed for money laundering". The Economic Times.
  3. ^ BIODATA OF C.M. IBRAHIM S/o Late C.M.K. Ali.