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AAP halts its annoying ad campaign

  • Hiral Patel
  • July 29, 2015
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The Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi has decided to put a stop at their belligerent ad campaign as “a mark of respect,” for former president APJ Abdul Kalam, who passed away on Monday.

The party said that all hoardings, radio and TV ads will be halted. In a statement issued by the AAP government it said,

“The Delhi government instructs to remove displays/advertisements from outdoor sites as a mark of respect to the departed soul.”

The AAP had let out a series of scathing attacks on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi with its recent ads requesting him to allow the Delhi government to function, suggesting that the central government is creating road blocks for Chief Minister Kejriwal.

“Prime Minister Sir, Please, let Delhi government work,”

posters all over the capital read. Similar ads were released on TV and radio.

The AAP had received severe backlash for wasting public money by coming out with grossly amateurish ads. These ads were published in not only delhi but several other parts of the country where they have no relevance. The Delhi government ads have been challenged in court for allegedly glorifying Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Petitioners have accused the AAP government of “misusing public funds.

It was not immediately clear when Delhi government’s advertisements would be back, but sources said that the ruling Aam Aadmi Party was looking at this as an opportunity to let matters cool after the intense confrontation that the ads set up with the BJP-led Central government. We can just hope that the AAP’s annoying ad campaign has finally come to a final stop.

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