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AAP seeks public audit to field clean MLAs for polls

AAP seeks public audit to field clean MLAs for polls
The AAP MLAs were elected for the first time on 8 December last year and so far there has not been a single allegation of corruption on any MLA during their tenure as public representatives, before the Assembly was dissolved earlier this week.

‘The AAP MLAs have done their duty as public representatives and set an example with the mohalla sabhas organised for the first time in Delhi to ensure direct interaction and consultation with the masses on how to utilise development funds in their respective areas,’ said AAP spokesperson.

The party is proud to state that no finger can be pointed on any of its MLAs on the issue of corruption, the eradication of which has been the most important goal for which this party was formed, he added. Taking the public participation in decision making to the next level, the AAP appeals to the masses not to hesitate to apprise the party in case anyone has any concrete complaint of corruption backed by evidence against any party MLA.

Any complaint can be sent to the party on e-mail at: Complaints by post can also be sent to AAP offices. The complaints received will be sent to the party’s disciplinary committee and will be scrutinised based on available evidence. ‘In case a complaint is found to be credible and demands further probe, it will have a bearing on the party ticket of the concerned candidate for the forthcoming assembly elections. This is the first in a series of new measures the AAP will adopt for reinforcing its principle of following clean politics in India,’ he added.
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