The high-energy Together with Nandan (TWN) volunteers have been bringing some fun and cheer to the city. This week they were seen at traffic signals at South End Circle, Jayanagar, and Koramangala Sony signal.
Volunteers held up colourful signs that urged citizens to vote and “join the revolution for change”.“A traffic signal is a place people will take the time to read, and we hope we are doing a good job communicating the urgent need for a candidate like Nandan,” said Rohit Parigi a TWN volunteer.
In Banashankari another group of TWN volunteers walked down the street strumming guitars, beating drums, and clapping to the beat. Volunteers knocked on doors, greeted residents and asked them to vote for change.
They had discussions about my track record, the voting process, and how I would bring back transparency to the government.
TWN volunteers also organised a run for me earlier this morning.
The 5k run started in Puttenahalli in J P Nagar. The runners said they were there to show solidarity for me and to urge Bengalurians to vote on April 17th.
Rohini flagged the runners off and thanked them for their incredible support.
The TWN campaign has just a few days to spread their message of hope and change, and the volunteers are very upbeat.
I want to thank all the volunteers and supporters of Together With Nandan. I am humbled and energised by their incredible efforts. Let's get it done.