AAP 'finds' acceptance by people before LS poll
NEW DELHI: The AAP Lok Sabha prabharis in Delhi observed that there is an atmosphere of acceptance for AAP in the constituencies across Delhi.
The leaders who are actively participating in public meetings make the party stronger. He also noted that there is a disconnection between the present MPs and the people.
"Whenever I go somewhere I feel the acceptance. People talk to me, seniors give blessings and people explain the issues they face every day. There is a sense of acceptance and I feel that people want people to like us in politics," AAP leader Raghav Chaddha told the Millennium Post.
He added, "People want educated, concerned and a man of the mass to be their representative and people have also seen the reality of the present MPs from Delhi." The AAP leaders have not yet started full-fledged campaign but the leaders are reaching out to the people to make the base stronger.
There has been a lot of discussion on the performance of the existing MPs from the capital. However, the BJP has always rejected such claims and projected various works they have done.
Meanwhile, the AAP has reportedly become one such party which have started combined work before the Lok Sabha election.
Amid the work in the constituency, AAP's south Delhi Lok Sabha in-charge Raghav Chadha had written to CEC OP Rawat on November 2, listing these areas. The letter states that the teams will conduct house to house surveys during these three days from around 10 am, during which they will verify the names deleted from the electoral rolls between February 2015 and August 2018.
Meanwhile, the AAP leaders also participated at various Chhat Ghat on Tuesday. In one such programme, Chadha said, "It is unfortunate that an atmosphere of fear and insecurity is being created by some political leaders, especially against our brothers and sisters from Purvanchal. I pray that together with your blessings, we will put up a strong fight against such divisive forces in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections".
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