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'If AAP comes to power it will try to control corruption'

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  New Delhi, September 23, 2013
First Published: 19:12 IST(23/9/2013) | Last Updated: 11:10 IST(25/9/2013)

Name: Pawan Kapoor
Age: 23 years
Trainee at a multinational company

When you cast your vote will you go by the party or the personality?
Both the factors should be kept in mind while voting.
 
What is the first issue you want addressed?
Women's safety is of utmost importance considering after the December 16 case the crimes against women haven’t decreased.

What bothers you the most about the state/country?
In Delhi, the public transport compared to other cities is expensive- especially the auto rickshaw fares. The rising prices of food items are electricity are alarming. For a middle class family it has become impossible to eat a decent meal.
 
Is this the first time you will be voting?
I want to vote but unfortunately I do not have a voter ID card.
 
Are you satisfied with our politicians?
I am not at all satisfied with our politicians. Every elections, old politicians and regular faces contest the elections. It is high time that these politicians retire and make way for younger politicians.
 
Do you think politics/elections can improve the life of the common man?
If the right party comes to power it is possible. For instance we can expect that if Aam Aadmi Party comes to power it will try to control corruption at various levels.

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