“It was not like a revisit to the MA viva test I had long back,” said writer Sarah Joseph of her ‘AAP’ interview. “The fi rst question they asked me was why I entered a political party.
Then they asked me whether I fear being limited in my sphere after entering the political framework. It was more like an open interaction and went on for almost 30 minutes,” the eminent writer said. “I spoke about my outlook on the AAP. Across the world, people are coming out onto the streets against injustice and corruption and AAP is a resonance of this phenomenon in India. In that sense, I see it as a party of the future,” she added.
It is learnt that for other candidates the interview consisted both general questions, like asking the candidate’s vision on caste system, and specifi c questions, like what the candidate would do for the constituency if elected.