Aam Aadmi Party announced two more candidates for Delhi Assembly

By on October 8, 2013


Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) announced its candidates from Rajouri Garden and Ambedkar Nagar. The party has declared 58 candidates out of 70 assembly constituencies of Delhi. The AAP has decided to field Pritpal Singh Saluja from Rajouri Garden constituency, while cricketer Ashok Kumar Chauhan would contest from Ambedkar Nagar Assembly constituency.

Pritpal Singh Saluja is well known in Rajouri Garden area as a person who will stand with people in good or bad times. He is associated with Jan Lokpal Movement and has been actively campaigning for AAP. He is also a Senior Vice President of Sikh Cell community formed by Aam Aadmi Party(AAP).

Ashok Kumar Chauhan is a cricketer. Ashok Kumar is perceived as a social worker who is always willing to to help in problems of the people, he constantly struggles to solve the problems of his locality.

Aam Aadmi Party earlier announced former BJP corporator Harish Awasthi as the party’s candidate from Rithala Assembly. Awasthi, who was with BJP for over a decade, had contested last municipal corporation elections as an independent candidate.


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    hemen parekh

    October 8, 2013 at 10:26 am

    N O T A ( None Of The Above )

    It is a good thing that , during next month’s State Assembly elections , Election Commission will add , on the EVM ( Electronic Voting Machines ) , a button marked , “ NOTA “

    No doubt , at the behest of the Supreme Court

    By itself , that may not prevent corrupt and/or criminally-charged candidates from getting elected, but it is a good beginning nevertheless

    If ALL the voters do come out to vote and a great majority of them click, NOTA in a particular constituency , then we may safely assume that none of the contesting candidate is CLEAN , in the eyes of the voters

    And if the list of the candidates appearing on EVM , includes a person who is a CURRENT MLA , then people’s verdict is loud and clear ,

    “ You have failed us . Get out and make way for an honest person “

    But the electoral reforms will remain incomplete , till voters get a right to,

     Cast a NEGATIVE VOTE against any particular candidate instead of the entire panel. Each voter gets to cast only ONE vote – whether positive or negative

     Recall a inefficient and/or corrupt existing MLA , anytime during tenure

    People of Delhi !

    With an AAP candidate to choose in each and every constituency , you don’t need NOTAP ( None of the above person )

    On 4th Dec , just go out and “ Vote-AAP “ ! No less than 40 !

    You already have a THIRD FRONT !

    • hemen parekh ( 08, Oct 2013 )

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    hemen parekh

    October 10, 2013 at 10:59 am

    Crime Does Not Pay ?

    Here are some disturbing facts :

     In 2008 Delhi Assembly elections , number of “ tainted “ candidates were,

    • Congress …………….. 30 %

    • BJP ………………………. 35 %

    ( Insist on knowing current percentages before 4th December ! )

     Of the sitting MLAs in Delhi ,

    • With criminal antecedents ……………. 43 %

    • Number of Crorepatis …………………….. 69 %

     In 2004 National elections ,

    • Ave assets of contesting candidates …………….. Rs 1.37 Crores

    • Ave assets of victorious candidates ……………….. Rs 3.83 Crores

    • Ave assets of MPs / MLAs facing serious charges.. Rs 4.3 Crores

    ( Will somebody find / publish what are the ave assets of candidates of each party in forthcoming Delhi elections ? )

    Only 2 days back , sitting Congress MP from Haryana advised the youth ,

    “ No problem if you fail to become an engineer or a doctor . Just get into politics . You will manage to make hundreds of crores of rupees “

    Some time back , same MP had said that he knew a person who had set aside Rs 100 Crores to become a Rajya Sabha MP – but managed to become one with mere Rs 80 Crores !

    Obviously , he was talking from an “ Insider’s point of View “ !

    People of Delhi !

    If you wish to prove that “ Crime Does not Pay “ , then on 4th Dec , go out and elect , at least 40 candidates of Aam Aadmi Party

    Before 2014 National elections , make your message heard by 725 million voters of India

    • hemen parekh ( 09 Oct 2013 )

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