Finally, an Election Campaign that is about the Car and not Sarkar
Ab ki baar, Car lao Becaar nahi. #VoteForChange for Datsun Party
What does a common man (or woman) want? After a hard day at work, he just wants a smooth ride back home. But pothole filled roads, rush-hour traffic, and uncomfortable vehicles, rarely let him enjoy a peaceful and satisfying commute.
Now, the common man has decided he will not have his desire for a great drive suppressed anymore. From Kolkata to Mumbai, from Delhi to Thiruvananthapuram, youth are sitting on Dharnas and raising slogans like "Less Power Nahi Chalega," and "Jhuki Gardan Nahi Chalegi," referring to the outcome of driving on bad roads.
In fact, it's not just the common man, but also celebrities who are supporting this new upsurge and asking people to #VoteForChange.
Virender Sehwag associated this movement of change with the way he got out, stumped at 99.
Comedian Tanmay Bhat spread awareness about the movement in his own witty way.
Sorabh Pant too, added his voice to the protest.
After decades of promises made and broken, a one-of-a-kind party has surfaced which looks very promising. The party, garnering great support from the youth, assures that it will end many of these problems faced by the common man. But what is this new party’s name? Just take a look at its launch video and witness history being made.
The Datsun Party is truly one of a kind. Its ideology is based on four pillars of change - style, space, comfort and power. Through its efforts, the party aims to revolutionize these four aspects of auto-mobile design, and put an end to the long-standing autocracy in the small car segment where there's a lack of choice.
The common man is always looking for newer technology that gives him a better on-road experience. He is looking for stylish yet comfortable cars with more space and power. The Datsun Party is promising to answer all his prayers and reinvent the way we commute. Be a part of this movement started by #Datsun and join the conversation to #Voteforchange.
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