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AAP’s Last-ditch Effort to Drum up Votes

With just a few days left for the most talked-about electoral face-off, all eyes are now on Varanasi and the AAP has decided to leave no stone unturned.

Published: 08th May 2014 08:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th May 2014 08:52 AM   |  A+A-

With just a few days left for the most talked-about electoral face-off, all eyes are now on Varanasi and the AAP has decided to leave no stone unturned. All its celebrity campaigners, including Vishal Dadlani, Gul Panag and Kumar Vishwas, will step up the last three days of campaigning in the temple city.

The party has called out for all senior leaders, candidates and volunteers to pep up the last three days of campaigning in the city, which will witness an exciting battle between BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, Congress MLA Ajay Rai and AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal.

Kejriwal, who has been camping in the city since mid-April, has been reaching out to locals from different communities through public meetings, road shows and rallies.

The city has been divided into different zones and each senior leader has been assigned the task of looking after the campaigning before it comes to an end on May 10.     

AAP’s star campaigners have given campaigning a personal touch by singing on the streets and chatting with the aam admi. According to the party, 7,000 volunteers will work across the city and rural areas to make the final effort of reaching out to the people to convince them to vote for the party to end corruption. The prime focus is now on door-to-door campaigning.  



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