"We will collect Rs 2,014 from each booth to generate funds for coming Lok Sabha elections", AAP candidate from Khandwa Parliamentary seat Alok Agrawal told reporters.
The funds will be collected under the fledgling party's "Mission-2014". There were more than 50,000 booths during last year's assembly election in the state.
The party is organising a two-day programme from Tuesday to train its state-level volunteers in campaigning for the polls, he said.
To a question, Agrawal said in all probability AAP will contest from all the 29 Lok Sabha seats in the BJP-ruled state.
Agrawal, who is agitating for long for the rights of dam-affected people in the Narmada valley, promised that if AAP forms the government at the Centre it will ensure the compensation due to them gets distributed within six months.
He said he will ensure the compensation issue gets incorporated in AAP's manifesto.


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