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AAP campaigns through auto rally

Harshraj Singh, Hindustan Times  Ludhiana, April 27, 2014
First Published: 20:22 IST(27/4/2014) | Last Updated: 20:23 IST(27/4/2014)

In last days of campaigning, Aam Aadmi Party was seen resorting to most innovative ways to get support from the residents. 
 
Sitting on the roof of an auto, the AAP candidate from Ludhiana, HS Phoolka, carried out a roadshow with his supporters in the city on Sunday. In the evening, AAP supporters made a human chain that was also a part of Phoolka's campaign.
 
Beating the scorching heat, 59-year-old Phoolka was in full enthusiasm during the roadshow. Waving his hands to the commuters, Phoolka appealed to the voters for maximum support. He started the roadshow from his office at 9am.
 
Passing through the Ferozepur road, Jagraon bridge, Salem Tabri, Jalandhar Bypass, Jodhewal Basti and other areas of the city, Phoolka's got good response from commuters, who especially waved their hands to Phoolka and showed interest in wearing the caps of AAP.
 
Talking to HT, Phoolka said, “Now we are adopting innovative ways for campaigning. Today, we conducted auto rally. On Saturday, the young members, who are professional or college students, stood on the main chowks of city while carrying placards demanding support for AAP. They also appealed to the voters to give support to AAP for corruption and drug-free environment. Earlier, we carried out a bike rally.”
 
AAP worker Maninder Singh said, “Like common people we are conducting our campaign throughout the city and we are getting a good response.”
 
The members were seen distributing caps and ribbons of AAP to the commuters, who were seen tying them on their foreheads. Patriotic songs were also played during the roadshow.

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Human chain to support AAP

With hope to see corruption and drug-free world, hundreds of youngsters came forward to form a human chain to support the Aam Aadmi Party. Young girls were also seen supporting AAP while demanding women security.

Sukhpal Bir Singh, owner of a gardening tools company, said, “We are supporting AAP to see corruption and drug-free Ludhiana.”

Kulwinder Singh, a young farmer from Lalton village, along with his friends participated to form human chain. There should be security for women in the society, he added.


 

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