AAP launches broom march in a bid to expose Gujarat govt
The Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) in a bid to show their presence in Gujarat, on Sunday launched a ‘Jhadu’ or broom Yatra across the state. The Party leader told Millennium Post that they want to expose the corruption and real picture of so called development in Gujarat. The yatra will cover all the parliamentary seats in the state. AAP has been highlighting what they call the Modi government’s corrupt practices ahead of the 2014 elections.
Earlier, on Sunday in the state capital Ahmedabad, the yatra was led by TV journalist-turned-politician Ashutosh who said the intention behind the campaign was to highlight the ‘anti-people and pro-corporate stand’ of the Narendra Modi government.
The yatra to be taken out in all the 33 district headquarters in the state will culminate at Gandhinagar on January 30 with a rally near Mahatma Mandir, a monument in memory of Mahatma Gandhi, told Harshil Nayak, media conveyor of Aam Aadmi Party Gujarat unit told Millennium Post. There are seven assembly seats come under one parliamentary seat here in Gujarat we will cover all These seats and will let the people know the corruption of BJP and show expose the so called development in the state, said Nayak. He further said that more then three lakh people have already joined AAP Gujarat unit.
Earlier With the slogan of ‘Modi is substitute, AAP is an alternative,’ the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is all set to take on BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendera Modi. Earlier during a press conference on December 26, 2013 senior AAP leader Yogendra Yadav targeted Narender Modi and told the media persons that BJP is scared that so called Modi wave is actually weak and can be punctured easily. They had been blowing Modi trumpet for months, so was it all hot air.
Meanwhile, a mob attacked workers of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) during Republic Day celebrations in Amritsar on Sunday, leaving several persons injured. A group of people, under the banner of Hindu Krantikari Sena, allegedly attacked AAP workers when they gathered at Ram Bagh Garden here to unfurl the national flag, forcing them to run away from the place.