AAP invites nominations for Lok Sabha elections 2014

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New Delhi, Dec 27: If you are an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supporter, then there's a golden opportunity for you to be a part of the Delhi chief minister designate Arvind Kejriwal's party.

In a run up to the general elections 2014, AAP has invited nominations on their official website.

As AAP has already announced that after making a stunning debut in Delhi assembly elections, it will be contesting LS polls 2014.

For that, it has asked all honest people to join AAP and contest the elections by filling up a nomination form.

The 12-page form seeks details about the candidate's immediate family members, sources of income, criminal record, educational details, affiliation to other political parties and organisations.

AAP issued a form for the party's ticket seekers in the upcoming polls.

The AAP member Yogendra Yadav told a newspaper, "The two members - Pankaj Gupta and Sanjay Singh - will look into the preparations for the Lok Sabha polls. They will help in making the party's election manifesto and other poll-related issues."

"We do not know how many candidates we would field, but we are hopeful that people believing in honest politics would step forward", he further said.

AAP issued a form on Thursday for the party's ticket seekers in the upcoming Lok Sabha election.

The form has 15 separate points in which the candidate will not only have to give his personal details, he will also have to give the details of his family background.

"The important thing about the form is that the candidate will have to submit the form with the signature of 100 people from each of the assembly segments falling in that parliamentary constituency," Yadav said.

The form, both in Hindi and English, will be available on the AAP website.

On Saturday, Arvind Kejriwal will be sworn-in as Delhi's seventh Chief Minister.

AAP is going to form the government in Delhi after winning 28 seats in its debut elections for Delhi's 70-member assembly. It has been promised outside support by the Congress, which won eight seats in Delhi.

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