New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will provide its workers spy cameras to stop the use of money and muscle power by other political parties in the upcoming Delhi assembly polls.
"Spy cameras will be given to AAP volunteers so that they can video record the illegal means adopted by other political parties to lure voters," AAP leader Sanjay Singh said here.
Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal. Pic: AFP
The party has been active in using technology and successfully conducted some stings including that of Delhi BJP vice president Sher Singh Dagar of purportedly offering bribe to an AAP legislator in return of support.
In an apparent reference to the the BJP and the Congress, Sanjay Singh said: "There is no dearth of money for them when it comes to elections which they use in distributing liquor and giving freebies to the voters."
Sanjay Singh said the AAP would go to the voters and tell them the amount of money being splurged on the advertisements by other political parties would be exacted from them by doubling the price of essential commodities.
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