Bangalore, Jan 31: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has made its mark as a party of the common people while Arvind Kejriwal, its convenor and chief minister of Delhi, has emerged as the face of the commoners. But he and his party are not the only one who have claimed to be the representatives of the aam aadmi. Leaders from other parties also have made similar efforts.
Here's a look:
The leader and his party have connected to people through the 'tea' factor
Modi was anointed as the BJP's prime ministerial candidate on September 13, 2013.
It increased the number of the leader's fans
The Tamil Nadu CM launched the scheme run by women's self-help groups in Chennai, to provide food to the poor at an affordable price.
It was an attempt to connect to the Maratha Manoos after the LS poll debacle
The Sena leader had said they wanted to make Shiv Vada a global brand, just like the McDonald's burger.
Chicken was found being sold at the Bengal govt's secretariat
Mamata Banerjee is a leader who often takes up the issue of price rise and even quit the ruling coalition at the Centre in 2012 accusing the Congress of following anti-people policies.
The myth continued till AAP's Kumar Vishwas stormed into Amethi
The AAP leader said that nothing had changed on the ground for the family and called Rahul's act just a symbolic one.
The two promises that served as Kejriwal's USP
The AAP has been a phenomenon in Indian politics through a remarkable rise last year when it finished the second-largest party in the Delhi state assembly.