New Delhi: Ahead of assembly elections, Aam Aadmi Party Chief has launched a campaign 'Ek Mauka AAP Ko,' in the five poll bound states of Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa and Manipur. Further he also asked people to support the party.
While addressing the press conference, he appealed to the residents of the national capital to make videos capturing development under the AAP regime and urge people of other states to back the party.
"In the last 7 years, the AAP government in Delhi has done remarkable work and this work is discussed all across the globe. Officials from United Nations visited our Mohalla clinics. The former First Lady visited our schools. There is 24X7 electricity in Delhi. We were able to do this because you gave us an opportunity," Kejriwal said.
He also said that he will treat the one's whose videos will go viral. He said, "After polls, I will have dinner with 50 Delhiites whose videos will go viral: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal."
'Ek Mauka AAP Ko' is a digital campaign launched by Aam Aadmi Party. In This campaign AAP wants people's to support them by:-
1. AAP is contesting polls in 4 states -- Punjab, Uttarakhand, UP, Goa.
2. Make a video of yourself about what you like about AAP government's work. Upload these videos on social media.
3. 50 people will be selected and I will have dinner or lunch with them after elections.
4. You people are my assets and your voice is most powerful. Please voice for AAP and help reach out to the masses.
Election Commission Sends Notice To AAP
The Election Commission of India today sent a notice to Aam Aadmi Party Chief Ministerial candidate Bhagwant Mann for violating protocols regarding Covid-19 that were issued by it earlier this month. Mr Mann, who is also the party's Punjab chief and a Member of Parliament from Sangrur, on Sunday launched his campaign to contest the upcoming Punjab assembly elections from the Dhuri assembly seat.
A large crowd had welcomed him in various villages, raising slogans and showering flowers. The party claimed that they had invited only a few locals but a large number turned out as the news of his visit spread on social media.