Not only has Arvind Kejriwal officially entered the political arena with the launch of his Aam Aadmi Party, he has also managed to strike a chord with the common man as far as the party name Aam Aadmi is concerned. Considering the amount of interest the new party has generated, we asked our readers what the Aam Aadmi party's symbol should be. Here's what the aam aadmi wants based on the responses that we got:
Microphone: The Aam Admi party's symbol should be a microphone which means that the party will allow every one including the aam admi to speak without any fear...
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Shaheed Bhagat singh's photo: Since the aim of the party is total revolution.
Gandhi topi: The Gandhi topi with the the words 'Mai aam aadmi hoon' is become quite a hit.
Roti: The Aam Aadmi Party feels that the price of critical commodities should be determined with people’s consent.
A burning torch: Since Kejriwal has ensured that corruption remains a prime concern in public discourse.
The rising sun: Since Kejriwal energized at least some portions of the urban middle class out of its apathy.
Bharat mata: Since the overall tenor of the Aam Aadmi Party is populist.
Mango: Since it is the party of the common man.
Bow and arrow: Since Arvind Kejriwal has taken on some of the most powerful people in the country.