Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, Punjab CM BhagwantMann to visit Chhattisgarh on March 5


Ahead of Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh,  AamAadmi Party (AAP) national convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab chief minister Bhagwant Mann will be paying their maiden visit to the state on March 5 to sound the poll bugle for the party which is said to be fielding candidates in all the 90 constituencies. Around one lakh party workers are expected to attend the rally to be addressed by Kejriwaland Mann in the state capital, said AAP Chhattisgarh president Komal Hupendi. Earlier, Kejriwal scheduled to visit to Chhattisgarh on March 19, but the date has been advanced for some unavoidable reason, Hupendisaid.

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Hupendi said that there was good response in the district level workers’ conference and seeing this, now on March 5, there will be a state level workers’ dialogue conference. Kejriwal and Mann will guide the party workers during the meeting. 

Hupedi said that Kejriwal’s government in Delhi is providing free electricity  and free water to common people, but in Chhattisgarh electricity rates have been increased twice in the last 4 months. The public is troubled by the inflation. Hupedi said that the AAP will go among the people on issues like corruption, education and health and seek their cooperation to form an honest government in Chhattisgarh. The workers of the party have reached 20 thousand villages so far.

The AAP is yet to open its account in Chhattisgarh at a time when major political parties – ruling Congress and BJP – have been making the elections a direct battle  since the formation of the state in 2002. District in-charge and district secretaries of AAP have been appointed in each of the districts.

Divya Dubey

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