AAP plans flash mob on Christmas

The Aam Aadmi Party  has planned a flash mob routine in Delhi on Christmas as part of its new poll campaign.

While the location has not been identified yet, it is believed that the flash mob will be organised in markets of South or Central Delhi.

“We have planned two events for tomorrow. It will for no more than five-seven minutes,” coordinator for the event Anand Raj Singh said, adding that some 30-40 AAP volunteers will flash mob brandishing their trademark white caps.

The party volunteers will dance to their campaign song ‘Panch Saal Kejriwal’, which is composed by noted music composer and party sympathiser Vishal Dadlani. Other songs likely to feature in the flash mob routine are ‘Dilli’ from the movie ‘No One Killed Jessica’ and ‘Rang De Basanti’ from the film that goes by the same name.

“The concept is often used by the event management companies to launch their products. But it will be for the first time that a political party will be using flash for its poll campaign,” a party spokesperson said.

The AAP will organise a series of flash mobs in places like malls, shopping complexes and market areas to target young and middle class voters.

The members for the AAP’s dancing troop were mobilised through social media and comprises mainly school or college goers.

“I had made a post on Facebook early this month asking people to be part of the flash mob. Almost 150 volunteers from different part of the city and country said a yes for it,” Singh said.

The organisers say they have not taken police permission, but they will intimate the local police station before holding the flash mobs on Thursday.

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