AAP failed to lure Punjabis’ by organising paid dinner meetings

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Punjabis’ showing poor response to AAP, termed the meetings as cheap trick

AAP had won only four Lok Sabha seats in Punjab and lost the battle in the general elections of 2014 in the country. Even the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal had lost the election of Lok Sabha against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The party had won only four seats in the entire country. But later, the AAP supremo showing his dictatorial attitude suspended the two MPs.

As per the information, the AAP had come out with a trick of paid dinner meetings in Punjab. However, the Punjabis’ not showing the response towards the party’s paid meetings. The meetings have been badly criticised by the common people in Punjab.

Only the political aspirants are attending the paid dinner meets

The political turnouts of the other parties and the side lined local leaders of rival parties are only attending the paid dinner meetings. In Sangrur, the guests who had paid for the meeting were from affluent families. They were seen stepping out from the luxury cars. They all were from rich families having political aspirations and they wanted to get entry in politics by paying AAP.

AAP failed to dupe Punjabis’

The party had planned that the people would be lured by offering the posts in the party during by paid meetings. Only the big guns were seen attending the paid dinners of the party. People of Punjab are up in arms against Arvind Kejriwal as they say that he has duped the people of Delhi already and this time they would not let AAP to dupe Punjabis’. The paid dinner parties are badly criticised by the residents of Punjab.

Even the rival parties have fired the salvos against the AAP for organising such a cheap stunt to dupe the public.

In Punjab, AAP charges for food where Langar served free of cost

The party has been organising fundraising dinners in the state. The people started raising their voice against the cheap practise of AAP. They are saying that Punjab is a land where Langar served free of cost and the AAP has been insulting the tradition and introducing its money raising trend.

Reference:

http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/punjab-not-putting-its-money-on-aam-aadmi-party-yet/story-1FhcUeydra94VRIKNuNo6M.html

 

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AAP and Cong indulges in meal politics

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In Sangrur, AAP held paid dinner, Cong served free food

A healthy competition between the AAP party and the Congress party workers witnessed in Sangrur as the both were indulged in the meal politics to woo the voters.

AAP leaders had arranged a paid dinner party for fund raising and the minimum price for per plate was Rs 5000. As per the information, people came to attend the dinner in their luxury cars. A lot of industrialists, prominent local personalities on the area and even the other party workers were stepping out from their luxury cars after reaching the venue.

For Bhagwant Mann, the luxury car owners were Aam Aadmi 

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The AAP leader and Member Parliament from Sangrur, Bhagwant Mann told the media that the dinner party was attended by the common people. They were all Aam Aadmi for the Sangrur MP. If the definition of Aam Aadmi is the person who owns a luxury car, then one can imagine the definition of a rich man.

Congress served free Langar in front of AAP venue

The local leaders of the Congress party also played a publicity stunt to woo the people by serving free langar in front of the same venue where AAP held their paid meeting.

It was just like a competition for both the parties to woo the people. The timings of the paid dinner and langar were same.

Meal politics would do nothing in the state, says expers

The political experts rule out any outcome of the meal politics done by the both parties to woo the people. AAP leaders are fetching money from the political aspirants who are being neglected in their own parties. On the other hand, Congress is trying to woo the people by serving free langar. AAP playing paid politics and Congress playing free meal politics. The stunts may give the political fame to the parties but the final verdict of the assembly polls would be given by the people of Punjab in 2017.