AAP plans to keep eye on rivals, arms volunteers with spycams

AAP plans to keep eye on rivals, arms volunteers with spycams

Aam Aadmi Party has put in place an army of spy camera equipped volunteers to record any attempts to distribute cash and liquor to lure voters. The party said it has given out around 5,000 spy cameras.

“The technology used this time allows the transfer of video recording and visuals to be transferred immediately from the spycams to party’s centralised war rooms, so that there is no danger to the volunteers on ground and also the evidence can be provided quickly to the Election Commission for immediate action,” the party in a press statement said.

The AAP also claimed a “decisive” victory as the campaign for Saturday’s poll ended. “Now people should stop expecting things from BJP because all their promises were political stunts,” senior party leader Ashutosh at a news conference said.

He said the AAP will build Delhi on a model, where there will be development without corruption.

The party said that valuable inputs came for its manifesto during the three-month long Delhi Dialogue, a party initiative to connect with different segments of voters.

“AAP released manifesto as an action plan, people spoke to us not only of their problem, but also suggested solutions,” Delhi Dialogue convenor Ashish Khetan said, adding that his two year old party has set new standards in politics.

He claimed that the “negative” campaign against the AAP by rival political parties will be rejected by the people of Delhi.

The party welcomed support from various political groups, including the West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee who on Thursday urged the people of Delhi to vote for the AAP.  
“We r receiving support n blessings from several pol parties, professionl bodies,
associations.We r extremly grateful.Do pray for our success,” AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal said on Twitter.
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