The Aam Aadmi Party has decided to involve in the electoral process the other way. The party will act as a watchdog and plans to expose corrupt candidates as well as run a campaign against electoral malpractices.
The party has named the campaign as ‘Jagrut Nagrik’.
Priti Sharma Menon, AAP Spokesperson said, “We will publish pamphlets and hold meetings and street plays exposing corrupt candidates and encourage citizens to vote for clean candidates”.
“Our helpline will guide people to fight these corrupt practices and we will take to the streets to protest against this menace,” she added.
AAP will also team up with citizens to prepare a ‘Citizens Charter’ and will demand that the candidates pledge to implement them after winning the election.
Aam Aadmi Party has decided to stay out of assembly polls after the disastrous performance of the party in the general elections.