In Narendra Modi's Gujarat, Arvind Kejriwal's AAP faces fund crunch

Tue Apr 15 2014, 17:48 hrs
Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party seems to be doing 'poorly' in CM Narendra Modi-ruled Gujarat. Atul Shekhda from Junagadh seat is on the top with the poll-fund of Rs 33,321, followed by Amreli's candidate Nathalal Sukhadia with Rs 30,977. (PTI)
Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party seems to be doing 'poorly' in CM Narendra Modi-ruled Gujarat. Atul Shekhda from Junagadh seat is on the top with the poll-fund of Rs 33,321, followed by Amreli's candidate Nathalal Sukhadia with Rs 30,977. (PTI)
If the entire fund of the Aam Aadmi Party's LS candidates in Gujarat is put together, it totals to Rs 1.31 lakh. While some candidates believe this fund-cruch is posing problems during election time, the party is still maintaining that they are getting good support. (Reuters)
If the entire fund of the Aam Aadmi Party's LS candidates in Gujarat is put together, it totals to Rs 1.31 lakh. While some candidates believe this fund-cruch is posing problems during election time, the party is still maintaining that they are getting good support. (Reuters)
Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party, which jumped into the electoral fray accusing Congress and BJP of favouring 'crony-capitalism', seems to be doing 'poorly' in CM Narendra Modi-ruled Gujarat as seven of its Lok Sabha nominees have managed to get only Rs 10 as poll funds. (PTI)
Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party, which jumped into the electoral fray accusing Congress and BJP of favouring 'crony-capitalism', seems to be doing 'poorly' in CM Narendra Modi-ruled Gujarat as seven of its Lok Sabha nominees have managed to get only Rs 10 as poll funds. (PTI)
According to the party's official website, AAP's Ravji Paramar from Anand L S seat, Arjun Rathwa from Chhota Udepur, K C Munia from Dahod, Rajendra Jhala from Jamnagar, Labhu Badhiwala from Kheda, Vandana Patel from Mehsana and Mehul Patel from Navsari have barely touched the double digit mark in poll-funds. (PTI)
According to the party's official website, AAP's Ravji Paramar from Anand L S seat, Arjun Rathwa from Chhota Udepur, K C Munia from Dahod, Rajendra Jhala from Jamnagar, Labhu Badhiwala from Kheda, Vandana Patel from Mehsana and Mehul Patel from Navsari have barely touched the double digit mark in poll-funds. (PTI)
AAP's 24 candidates have been contesting the Lok Sabha election, out of which 21 candidates' fund details are available with the party. If the entire fund of the party's LS candidates in Gujarat is put together, it totals to Rs 1.31 lakh. In picture: BJP's Narendra Modi addresses an election campaign rally in Hazaribagh. (PTI)
AAP's 24 candidates have been contesting the Lok Sabha election, out of which 21 candidates' fund details are available with the party. If the entire fund of the party's LS candidates in Gujarat is put together, it totals to Rs 1.31 lakh. In picture: BJP's Narendra Modi addresses an election campaign rally in Hazaribagh. (PTI)
AAP's Chhota Udepur candidate Arjun Rathwa, who will face a four-wing battle against Congress' Naran Rathwa, BJP's Ramsinh Rathwa and JDU's Kishor Vasava has also got Rs 10 as poll fund. In picture: Narendra Modi waves to crowd at an election campaign rally in Hazaribagh. (PTI)
AAP's Chhota Udepur candidate Arjun Rathwa, who will face a four-wing battle against Congress' Naran Rathwa, BJP's Ramsinh Rathwa and JDU's Kishor Vasava has also got Rs 10 as poll fund. In picture: Narendra Modi waves to crowd at an election campaign rally in Hazaribagh. (PTI)
AAP does not have workers who can go and collect funds.Congress and BJP have paid workers who can double their funds. In such a context, they will be facing fund-crunches, Shukla said, adding AAP will also face difficulty in securing votes. In picture: Narendra Modi with Yashwant Sinha at an election campaign rally. (PTI)
AAP does not have workers who can go and collect funds.Congress and BJP have paid workers who can double their funds. In such a context, they will be facing fund-crunches, Shukla said, adding AAP will also face difficulty in securing votes. In picture: Narendra Modi with Yashwant Sinha at an election campaign rally. (PTI)
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