While the candidates of both Congress and BJP are busy playing ping pong, Aam Aadmi Party aspirant Dr Daljit Singh has reiterated his commitment to stay focussed on meeting the common man and discussing the issues affecting them in everyday life.
Treading on the AAP lines, Dr Singh not only refused to take security guards with a signed letter to the deputy commissioner, but also got the party’s rural office at Gumtala inaugurated by a daily wager Baldev Singh, a resident of Naushehra village.
“Politicians in our nation have always bagged votes from these people, but haven’t given them an equal chance to be vocal. Their main concern is that the voices of this stratum are choked,” he said.
“AAP volunteers will be available at the party office, where citizens irrespective of his caste and religious beliefs are invited to sit and register their complaints of their respective areas, he said.”
Baldev Singh, who inaugurated the office, said, “I haven’t witnessed such campaigning style as the candidates hardly get out of their vehicles. It’s only their party workers, who come and beg for votes. Today after years we have a candidate, who made a small time worker like me sit on a high pedestal, which proves that the party practises what it preaches.”
Dr Singh said, “AAP stands for revolution and people-friendly policies.”