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The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which has entered the fray through the urban body elections in Madhya Pradesh, is preparing to become an alternative to the BJP Congress in Madhya Pradesh. Jangpura AAP MP in Delhi Praveen Deshmukh, who came to Bhopal a few days ago, said the party is preparing the ground for the city body elections. After that, the next assembly and Lok Sabha elections will come in force. Please say that the MLA Praveen family has a deep connection with Bhopal.
Where do you see the Aam Aadmi party facing the BJP and Congress in the urban elections?
Praveen Deshmukh- In Madhya Pradesh, people had only two options, the BJP and the Congress. Both sides have set records for corruption in the state. Vyapam scam became famous not only in the country but in the world. It’s a shame. There has never been a bigger scam than this. Both parties are involved. People are fed up with them. Here people are looking for alternatives. Aam Aadmi Party has come as the third option across the state. The party has presented candidates for mayor and councilor here. That he is receiving good support from the public.
What is the future strategy of the Aam Aadmi party in Madhya Pradesh?
Praveen Deshmukh- CM Shivraj Singh had said that I will not catch the coalition government even with tweezers. Here he has hugged the tweezers away. Here is a government of jugaadbaazi, not of BJP. Here Congress is ready to be sold as MLA and the BJP has nothing to do with the constitution. It is only engaged in transactions. Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had overthrown his government in a vote for ideals, but in Madhya Pradesh, ideals seem to be completely lost. The BJP is the only party here. The congress is over. Aam Aadmi Party comes as an alternative. In the near future, he will vigorously contest the elections to the assembly and Lok Sabha throughout Madhya Pradesh. You will do very well here. I believe that.
You could not forcefully present 16 candidates for mayor, how will you present your candidates in 230 constituencies in the assembly?
Praveen Deshmukh- The Aam Aadmi Party is doing very well in Singrauli. A good response is also being received from Gwalior. Party workers work in all districts. Our grassroots network will be ready in this civic election. The Aam Aadmi party will perform better in the next elections to the assembly and Lok Sabha.
Are your leaders becoming more special than usual?
Praveen Deshmukh- The ideology of the Aam Aadmi party is that of a staunch and honest patriot. You can guess this from the fact that in Punjab, an AAP government minister only tried to ask for bribery. When Prime Minister Bhagwant Mann found out about this, he not only removed him from the post of minister but also complained to the Surveillance Department. Aam Aadmi Party continues to work with the ideal of honesty. You still have the spirit to serve people. That is why AAP formed the government three times in Delhi and formed the government in Punjab. Two MPs won in the last elections in Goa and our councilors and mayors will also win in Madhya Pradesh.
Do you also face complaints in different ways to get tickets? How will you give opportunities to those you serve?
Praveen Deshmukh- I went from Bhopal to Delhi. There she joined the Anna movement and worked for the organization of the party. The party has given me a great responsibility. There are a lot of people in a party like this, to whom the party has given responsibility. The example of Punjab is that a mobile repairman defeated the Chief Minister of Punjab, Charanjit Singh Channi. It is the victory of the people to defeat the mining mafia. Similarly, in Madhya Pradesh young people will also have a chance.
The party was accused of appeasement. Names of party leaders exposed to the riots?
Praveen Deshmukh- Look, this is the BJP agenda. defame the other party. All cases are going to court. Aam Aadmi Party works for all people. If electricity is forgiven, everyone has done it. If schools get good, do them for everyone. At the Mohalla Clinic, treatment or medicine is not given by asking for the face or name.