Lok Abhiyan Members to Visit AAP MLAs, List Shortcomings of Odd-even

Goel, will offer flowers to all 67 AAP MLAs and hand them a paper listing shortcomings of the odd-even scheme.

Published: 21st April 2016 12:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st April 2016 12:15 AM   |  A+A-

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NEW DELHI: Members of Lok Abhiyan, an organisation headed by Delhi BJP leader Vijay Goel, will offer flowers to all the 67 AAP MLAs and hand them a paper listing "shortcomings" of the odd-even scheme.

The BJP Rajya Sabha MP, who was fined recently for wilfully violating the odd-even rule as a mark of protest against "huge" expenditure incurred by AAP government on its advertisements, said the volunteers will visit each AAP MLA starting Friday morning.

The volunteers, wearing a green T-shirt and carrying placards, will present them flowers and a "demand paper" listing "shortcomings" of the car-rationing scheme being implemented in the city, he said.

"AAP government is misleading the public and is using taxpayers' money to publicise the face of the chief minister," he alleged, adding Kejriwal was practicing "anarchy" and "forcing" people to follow the odd-even rule.

The BJP leader said he was not "against" any good scheme but working towards "improving" it and "showing a direction" to AAP government.

Goel had on Monday violated the odd-even scheme and was fined Rs 2,000 by the traffic police.

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