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Amar hits campaign trail for Lok Manch

Kicking off election campaign for his newly floated Lok Manch, Amar Singh on Friday held a road show and addressed a satta parivartan rally on the outskirts of the state capital on Friday, declaring his party nominee for Mohanlalganj Assembly seat.

india Updated: May 27, 2011 20:02 IST

Kicking off election campaign for his newly floated Lok Manch, Amar Singh on Friday held a road show and addressed a satta parivartan rally on the outskirts of the state capital on Friday, declaring his party nominee for Mohanlalganj Assembly seat.

Singh held a road show en route to Mohanlalganj area on the outskirts of the state capital from the airport in an apparent show of strength.

Later, addressing the rally, Singh promised to give thirty per cent tickets to youth and said that the process of registration of his party with the Election Commission was on and things would become clearer by June-July.

Announcing the candidature of Paridheen Pasi as nominee of his party, he promised to work for the development of the area by linking canals and providing free power and water to farmers.

He also promised that he would not have statues installed and would check corruption.

Expressing concern over alleged farmer suicide, he took a pledge from them that they wouldn't resort to such a step.

The Lok Manch leader who has been supporting a separate Purvanchal state said that for the development of the region he is ready to support anyone, adding that the doors of his party are open to all except the SP and the BJP.

Several Samajwadi Party workers joined Singh's Lok Manch on the occasion.