Apart from the primary two parties Aam Aadmi Party, Shivsena, NCP, Bahujan Samaj Party and independents files their nomination papers from various seats for the upcoming elections. Chandrika Solanki the Asha workers leader threw bangles on PM Narendra Modi files her nomination as independent candidate from Vadodara city seat.
On the last day of filing nominations candidates from two big parties get the limelight of the media. In between candidates of other parties and independents files their nomination papers quietly. Ritu Bansal from Aam Aadmi Party files her nomination papers at from Manjalpur seat and said to concentrate on two agendas of health and education.
“As a teacher know how the government schools lack the quality of education. I will try to improve the quality of education in such schools. Secondly on the line of Delhi we will open Mohalla clinics to ease the health services in reach of the people. As fight corruption is our backbone will continue the same and works for the development of my area,” said Bansal.
Chandrika Solanki who becomes popular as leader of Asha workers agitation in Vadodara and threw bangles on PM Narendra Modi also jumpes into the politics bandwagon. She files her nomination from Vadodara city seat as independent candidate.
“I always fight for the rights of the people and the same will be my agenda in this election. In the name of development the BJP candidate Manisha Vakil done nothing for the public and the fight is clearly between both of us. As far as the Congress candidate Anil Parmar is concerned the person who marginally won the corporation elections can’t stand in front of us,” said Chandrika Solanki.
Any heartfelt after Congress sidelined her Chandrika said she demand the tough Vadodara city seat as she wants to break in the fort of BJP in the city. “I am hopeful for a ticket and asked for a tough seat of Vadodara city. I know I can give a tough fight in the area and hopeful to win from there. People knows me and my work and that will go in my favour. But I don’t have any regret and file my nomination as independent,” said Solanki.
Prabhu Solanki files his nomination as NCP candidate from Vadodara city.