Once a humble household cleaning tool, the ‘jhadu’ gained star status after the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP’s) rise to power. It is now set to make its online debut with e-Commerce firm Tradus selling it on its website.
Tradus.com, a location-based online marketplace, will sell ‘jhadu’ (brooms) — the AAP’s election symbol — for Rs. 5 through its website. “With this, all the Aam Aadmis can join the movement for a corruption-free Delhi and celebrate the birth of a new India,” Tradus said in a statement. The promotional price of Rs.5 would be valid for the first 1,000 orders and would be increased after the promotional stock is over, it added.