Bangalore: Former Infosys idol V. Balakrishnan is determined to use his clean image to fight "the corrupt system" but finds the going tough in the Lok Sabha battle here.
"I am aware of my limitations that are in line with my party's limitations in fighting a parliamentary election at such a short notice," the Aam Aadmi Party candidate said in an interview.
"Though I do not have the infrastructure and human and financial resources rivals have and flaunt, I have a clean image, proven credentials and an agenda to change the corrupt system," Balakrishnan told IANS.
He is pitted against P.C. Mohan, outgoing BJP MP, and Rizwan Arshad of the Congress in the Bangalore Central constituency.
In Bangalore, it has the largest number of electorate - a whopping 2.3 million.