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Kejriwal’s roadshow in B’lore draws huge crowds

Kejriwal’s roadshow in B’lore draws huge crowds
It was another busy day for him as he criss-crossed Bangalore to drum up support and votes for the Aam Aadmi Party.

He started in the north of Bangalore in Hebbal – but unlike his visit to Mumbai – in Bangalore he stuck to private transport as he travelled through the city.

A huge crowd was seen at the roadshow. ‘Kejriwal’s maiden roadshow in the city is drawing curious crowds and enthusiastic youth, including many who are volunteering to canvas for our candidates in the poll fray from the three Lok Sabha seats in the city,’ AAP spokesman Rohit Ranjan said.

Meanwhile, Kejriwal said his party needed to defeat the BJP and the Congress - a view endorsed by the AAP volunteers who travelled with him.

The party is taking Bangalore seriously, fielding candidates in all three city constituencies, north, central and south.

After the havoc in Mumbai during Kejriwal’s travels through that city – Bangalore’s authorities promised it would not be the same situation – and it was a less disruptive affair.

Bangalore has been a city on which the Aam Aadmi Party has pinned its hopes. Will their anti-corruption platform strike a chord in a state that has seen corruption on a massive scale? The Aam Aadmi Team certainly hopes so.
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