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‘Can’t follow your conscience in politics’

india Updated: Nov 19, 2013 14:44 IST
Ankita Ganguli
If I were an MLA

Jiten Singh is the corporate executive chef at Amour Bistro on Malcha Marg, Delhi. Fond of making eggs and breakfast for his family, he started his journey as a chef when he was a kid.

While talking to HT on Webisode 3 of 'If I were an MLA', the 33-year-old says social networking is the only key to approach people.

Read on.

How satisfied are you with your current MLA’s performance?
Jiten: I hardly get to see any development in my area. Early morning I see a lot of digging work going on and when I go back home after work the digging is still in progress, it does not let me get lost. It makes me feel that I am somewhere near home.

How important is legislative assembly to you?
Jiten: I think it is pretty important. On a serious note, if an MLA starts attending the assembly then issues concerning particular areas will get resolved.

How will you manage the campaign within the given EC expenditure limit?
Jiten: In order to manage the EC expenses and having a right control over them we should hire less number of vehicles than it is required and instead use bicycles as they Eco- friendly.

How important is social networking in your campaign?
Jiten: Social networking is the only key to approach people, to share thoughts and most importantly to reach the mass.