No religious barriers for AAP, says Vasudeva

No religious barriers for AAP, says Vasudeva

Alleging that the Congress and BJP have used religion as an agenda to draw votes, Aam Admi Party (AAP) Lok Sabha candidate from DK district M R Vasudeva said that AAP has not confined itself to any religion. 

He was addressing the AAP workers training session held in Mangalore on Sunday.Stating that AAP has a good future in the country, Vasudev said the party addresses to the national problem of corrupution and has taken pledge to clean the entire corrupt system.

He added that AAP does not accept the heriditary rule and bats for anti-communalism. There have been some loopholes in organising the party in the district-level and we have rectified the errors.  

Some among the people, who have left their parties and joined AAP, had not followed the code of conduct of the party and were removed from AAP, he said. He alleged that the move of BJP, which again took B S Yeddyurappa into the party, showed its non-transparency. 

Cliaming that he had come from grassroot level, Vasudev said that he had come across the problmes of common people. He has been freindly with people’s representatives, belonging to various parties, as a government employee, for developmental causes. 

The issue of my participation in Namo Brigade was highlighted recently. But I had attended the programme as the president of Mangalore Management association, he clarified. He said the workers to convince the voters of a corruptionless administartion. 

Empty seats dominate

Poor response of party workers was seen on the occasion. Though it was expected that nearly 100 party workers would attend, hardly one fourth of them turned up. At 4.30 pm,  the scheduled time of the training programme, there were five people in the Don Bosco Hall, including two press correspondents and mike operator.  The organisers waited for AAP workers and the programme started after one hour with around 25-30 workers.

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