Arvind Kejriwal enters Punjab campaigning fray himself
Kharar : AAP National Convenor & Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal kicked off AAP’s door-to-door campaigning for the Punjab Assembly elections on Wednesday. Following the COVID guidelines of the Election Commission, Shri Kejriwal, along with the party’s Punjab Convenor Bhagwant Mann and AAP Candidate from Kharar Anmol Gagan Mann, met people door-to-door, listened to their problems, and informed them of the party’s plans for Punjab.People greeted him warmly as he travelled from one doorstep to another. The elder bestowed blessings and best wishes for a magnificent election victory. During this time, Shri Kejriwal himself distributed pamphlets about the party’s plans and promises to the people, urging them to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party in order to restore Punjab’s peace and prosperity, as well as to establish harmony and brotherhood in the state.
Shri Kejriwal urged Kharar residents to vote for Aam Aadmi Party candidate Anmol Gagan Mann, saying that door-to-door campaigning is one of the party’s strongest points. For the convenience of the public, the Delhi government has launched the Door Step Delivery for Services scheme, under which government employees go to people’s homes and do their work, eliminating the need for people to visit government offices.According to Shri Kejriwal, the Aam Aadmi Party is a party for common people. He stated, “Our legislators and ministers are from normal families. As a result, they have a complete understanding and knowledge of the common people’s sufferings and pains. Following the formation of the Aam Aadmi Party government in Punjab, all facilities available to so called important people (such as MLAs, MPs, Ministers, Chief Ministers, and so on) will be made available to the general public as well. Our goal is to make every ‘Aam Aadmi’ in the country ‘Khaas’.