If I were an MP (Member of Parliament), is a very hypothetical question, but why can’t everyone believe this for a moment as in the shoes of an MP (Member of Parliament) of Belagavi.
What can I do for Belagavi? [Request all to be the “I” here and comment on this post]
Even before the Election dates to the Loksabha are not yet disclosed each and every party is trying to woo to the voter by hook or crook.
Campaigning by the candidate is more of a prewritten script who comes down from the jeep/car and falls at the feet of a few elderly persons to take their blessings and the elderly also heartily bless them as they know they will have to repeat it only after 5 years when someone like him or he himself will come back. No discussions or debates or in fact no manifesto or plans with regards to the constituency.
This time around, Social media is becoming a very important tool for campaigning. Aspirants have hooked to the Social media sites and giving updates.
AAB as a platform is ready to showcase each of the candidate’s manifestos and what they intend to do for Belagavi, once elected which is of more importance to us, may it be from any political party.
AAB calls upon all the readers to come forward and make some points as to what these ‘to be MP’ should have or should carry out when they eventually become one.
Some might just say what is the use in discussing it all here when nothing is going to happen. So what, let’s make a start, all parties boast of making the use of the internet as the best tool for reaching the voters, Then someone might just read it and respond.
If we fall behind now, we will never come forward.
ASK the Candidates Tough questions it is our RIGHT If we DONT vote for them They are NoBody. Make your Vote count.