Elections 2020

Arvind Kejriwal Will Be PM, AAP National Force Now: AAP’s Raghav Chadha

Chandigarh: As the Aam Aadmi Party is hitting up a spectacular victory in Punjab, and is pushing the rule of Congress away, taking its second state after Delhi, the party’s Raghav Chadha said AAP has “now become a national party” and will soon replace the Congress as the country’s biggest opposition.

Speaking at press conference he said, “I see AAP becoming a national force. AAP is going to be the national and natural replacement of the Congress,.”

“It is a tremendous day for AAP as a party, because today we have become a national party. We are no longer a regional party. May the almighty bless us and Arvind Kejriwal. May he lead the nation one day,” he said.

He said that Bhartiya Janta Party had taken “much more time” for winning two states than AAP, which was founded in 2012.

AAP is hitting towards victory. It has crossed the half-way mark, leaving the ruling Congress far behind.

Tough competition like the Congress’s Charanjit Singh Channi and Navjot Singh Sidhu, former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh and Akali Dal’s Parkash Singh Badal were trailing against AAP candidates. 

“The people of Punjab have seen the Kejriwal model of governance and they want to try it out. For five decades, those who have kept the people of Punjab without the amenities they deserve and those who thought they would rule forever have now been thrown out. The people decided to teach them a lesson,” said Chadha, who famously sang AAP’s campaign song “Ik Mauka Kejriwal Nu.”

He said that to revive Punjab’s economy, and to “restore its glory”, AAP will work on a blueprint.

Referring to losing last Punjab polls, despite predictions, he said, “We know what this victory means to us. We understand the value of this.”

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