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Cleaning Posters as Election is Over by AAP Volunteers in Guwahati

Guwahati, 27 April-2014 (Indilens Web Team): The Lok Sabha election in Assam is over and all party members are waiting for result along with candidates but Aam Aadmi Party workers have no time as they are busy with cleaning their posters and banners. The walls, posts, hoardings of AAP , those were placed for election campaigning are going to remove with in 1 or 2 days around all constituencies. It has already started from Guwahati Lok Sabha constituency.

Cleaning Posters as Election is Over by AAP Volunteers in Guwahati

Aam Aadmi Party Loksabha Candidate From Guwahati (Assam) Pranjal Bordoloy Himself is Removing The Posters Of His Put Up Across the City As A Part Of Election Campaign As Election’s in The Constituency Are Over.
Cleaning Posters as Election is Over by AAP Volunteers in Guwahati

An AAP volunteer says to our reporter, ” You Will Get To See This Spirit Only In AAP Because We Think And Do Things Differently .”

Cleaning Posters as Election is Over by AAP Volunteers in Guwahati
Local resident Manish Kumar says, ” Grand salute to appians ,,,,,,,aank hain jiske paas unhe sab dikhta hai baki swatantra hain,,,,,,,modi modi modi aap sath main taali bhi baja sakte hain”

Another local resident Rohit Goyal  says, ” Great Job AAM AADMIs we even didn’t knew that before those posters r to be removed after election cause of what we see…”

Cleaning Posters as Election is Over by AAP Volunteers in Guwahati

Sameer Sharma a local AAP office bearer says,This Happens Only In Aam Aadmi Party  as Arvind Kejriwal’s teaching.”

“AAP is really doing some thing different, honestly I agreed as didn’t voted for AAP but satisfied with their works. It is good sign of well balanced politics.” Says, Ramndra Kalita, a book publisher from Guwahati.

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