The Aam Aadmi Party has started campaigning in a phased manner in the municipal elections being held in Delhi. Apart from the musical campaign, AAP has made a strategy to do magical shows, street plays to woo the voters. Not only this, Aam Aadmi Party’s star campaigners will also do at least 1000 street corner meetings by roaming around in the streets of Delhi. In the first phase, Aam Aadmi Party has started campaign with the theme ‘Kejriwal in MCD too’.
Door-to-door campaign on the theme ‘Kejriwal in MCD too’ in the first phase
Municipal elections are to be held in Delhi on December 4. To win the civic elections, the Aam Aadmi Party has prepared a strategy to campaign in several stages. In the first phase of the campaign, AAP is running the campaign on the theme ‘Kejriwal in MCD too’. The party is running marches, public meetings and door-to-door campaigns with this theme.
Aam Aadmi Party will hold one thousand street meetings till December 2
Aam Aadmi Party’s Delhi unit convenor Gopal Rai told that the campaign for the second phase of the party is starting from 23 November. The civic body will organize 1,000 ‘nukkad sabhas’ from November 23 to December 2 in all 250 wards of Delhi in the run-up to the elections. The theme of the second phase of the campaign will be ‘Kejriwal ki Sarkar, Kejriwal ka Parshad’ (Kejriwal ki Sarkar, Kejriwal ki Parshad). In Nukkad Sabhas, star campaigners, MLAs, candidates and local leaders will interact with the people face to face to understand their issues. Common workers will also make people aware of rampant corruption and misgovernance in MCD.
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Will tell you 10 guarantees through street plays
The Aam Aadmi Party will take the help of street plays, musical and magical shows to take its ten guarantees to the people. Gopal Rai said that Kejriwal is already on top in the Delhi government. Now the party will be in power in MCD as well.
MCD elections: Aam Aadmi Party will hold 1000 street meetings
Story first published: Wednesday, November 23, 2022, 22:39 [IST]