AAPs Chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has launched a new campaign “Dinner With Arvind Kejriwal”. He has appealed people of Delhi to share good work done by Delhi government on several social media platforms. It will be part of digital campaign for Assembly Elections that will begin next month in February.
He said, “Fifty Delhiites whose videos will go viral will be invited for dinner after polls.”
“Upload videos on good works of Delhi government and tell people how you benefitted from it on Twitter, Instagram Facebook. Also WhatsApp people known to you in these states appealing them to give a chance to Kejriwal,” Arvind Kejriwal said when he launched “Ek Mauka Kejriwal Ko” campaign.
Delhi Government has set a good welfare model and provided facilities like free water and electricity to people of Delhi.
Kejriwal added, “People from the United Nations came to see the mohalla clinics run in Delhi. The wife of US president visited schools here. Delhi is now getting 24-hour electricity. All this was possible because you the people of Delhi gave us a chance.”
He made an appeal to AAP workers to use social media platform and share good work done by the government and make them go viral.
Arvind Kejriwal said, “After polls, I will have dinner with 50 Delhiites whose videos will go viral.”
AAP is trying to find its foot in Goa, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. The party is one of the leading contenders in Punjab, currently ruled by Congress. Aam Admi Party has also announced Bhagwant Mann as CM candidate in Punjab. Bhagwant Mann contests elections from Dhuri constituency.
AAP has made corruption and unemployment the key issues in its campaign in the seaside state of Goa and even offered party membership to the son of former Goa chief minister late Manohar Parrikar after BJP denied him a ticket from the Panaji constituency, the seat represented by his father. AAP is contesting elections in Uttarakhand under leadership of Ajay Kothiyal, retd. Colonel.