Published On: Wed, Mar 12th, 2014


The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday released its fourth list of 61 Lok
Sabha candidates, fielding journalist Ashish Khetan from the New Delhi
constituency and satirist Bhagwant Mann from Sangrur in Punjab.
The party announced two candidates from Delhi, four from Haryana,
three from Punjab, 13 from Karnataka and 39 from Uttar Pradesh.
Col. (retd) Devendra Sehrwat, who fights for farmers’ causes and
compensation issues and voices his opinions through newspaper
articles, will be pitted from South Delhi. Khetan, who will contest
from New Delhi, is a former journalist of Tehelka magazine and founder
of the gulail  news website.
Rajmohan Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and a noted academician,
is in electoral fray from East Delhi while JNU professor Anand Kumar
will contest from North-East Delhi.
Mahmood Husain Rehmani will contest from Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur,
Akhand Pratap Singh from Kushi Nagar, Archana Gupta from Jhansi,
Himanshu Singh from Meerut and Shimla Sree from Phulpur.  The party
fielded Paramjeet from Karnal, Purshottam Dagar from Faridabad and
S.P. Singh from Ambala in Haryana.
With Monday’s announcement, the AAP has declared 131 candidates so far
for the Lok Sabha elections.

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