Bhopal, Nov 16 (UNI) Aiming to call upon the young educated people to venture into politics, a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) student Rahul Garg is campaigning for Madhya Pradesh assembly polls in a unique way.
Rahul, a 26-year-old independent candidate from Sagar district's Surakhi constituency, is seen holding mineral water bottle in one hand and horse's reign in another forcing the people to fix eyes on him and his noble cause.
''I am riding horse to reach my voters to show the pathetic condition of the road and mineral water bottle to symbolise drinking water problem in the area,'' Rahul told UNI over phone, while pointing out the worse condition of Indian villages even after 60 years of independence.
Talking about his education, Rahul said he is an MBA student in Pune-based Symbiosis College and did Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology also from Pune.
Dearth of civic amenities in his native place, Sagar division of the Bundelkhand region, forced him to contest the polls, though he knows that he cannot garner majority votes but still make the people can aware and divert educated youth to join politics for its purification. ''Politics is not a bad thing,'' said Rahul, who also worked in a Multi-National Company.
A total of ten candidates are being contested in the fray including the Congress, BJP and four independent candidates in the Surakhi constituency.
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