An AAP functionary said that with the rally, AAP is aiming to make a dent in the politics of Madhya Pradesh. So far in Madhya Pradesh, there has been a contest between two parties, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress. The BJP has been in power for most of the last two decades except for 15 months. The organizers of the rally told that along with Kejriwal, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann will also participate in the rally.
can make big announcements
Kejriwal is expected to make some big announcements in this rally. According to party officials, your government in Delhi is providing very cheap electricity, free quality education and health facilities to the poor. These things are not being provided by the present BJP led government in Madhya Pradesh. Electricity and health facilities are very expensive here. He said that assembly elections are to be held in Madhya Pradesh by the end of this year. AAP is working hard to get a crowd of one lakh in this rally and will show its strength.
Happy with the results of civic elections
The AAP, which recently announced that it will contest all the 230 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh, is buoyed by its performance in the local body elections in July-August last year. Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP has claimed 6.3 per cent votes in its very first civic polls in Madhya Pradesh. A party leader said that our party’s candidate won from Singrauli and stood third in Gwalior and Rewa in the elections held for the post of mayor in total 14 municipal corporations of the state.
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The AAP had fielded around 1,500 candidates for the posts of councilors in urban bodies, of whom 40 won, while 135 to 140 came second. A party leader claimed that AAP-backed candidates won 10 posts of district panchayat members, 23 district members, 103 sarpanches and 250 panchs in the panchayat polls held on non-party basis.
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