14 Mar 2023

AAP Blows Poll Bugle in MP; Kejriwal Promises Free Education, Electricity; Mann Also Addresses

Bhopal: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) kick-started the campaign for Madhya Pradesh assembly elections on Tuesday. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann addressed party workers at BHEL Dussehra ground in Bhopal. AAP workers from all over the state came to the Dussehra Maidan.

Kejriwal said – Governments are sold and bought in Madhya Pradesh. Here discount is also available on purchase and sale of MLA.
He said that in Delhi-Punjab our government has made electricity, treatment and school education free. Give a chance in Madhya Pradesh also, here too everything will be made free. 

He said – If I do not work, I will not come again to ask for votes. It is necessary for the Prime Minister of the country to be educated, otherwise anyone will fool him. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann also addressed the meeting. Kejriwal said on a media question on State Hangar that Aam Aadmi Party will contest all 230 seats in Madhya Pradesh.

Govt sold everything from rail to oil

Pointing to PM Modi, Mann said that 'Bade Sahab' says that I used to sell tea in railway coaches. Now 'Bade Saheb' has sold the rail itself. 'Bade Saheb' sold everything from rail to oil. The central government is running on the slogan of 'Hum Do Hamare Do'. The above two i.e. Adani and Ambani. Taking a dig at the Congress, Mann said that the Congress has not changed, but has been exchanged. Congress is on sale.
Mann said that if the intention is clear, then everything is possible. AAP has done this in Punjab. We are people working with true intentions. 

Mann said that we make policies by asking the public. Our government does the work of 'Government at your doorstep'. Everyone has the right to world class education, but there is a difference here. They differentiate between rich and poor.. even by books. The BJP government puts the workers in jail.

Party would contest all the seats

Earlier, at the Bhopal state hangar, Kejriwal said that his party would contest all the seats in the state. AAP's national president Sandeep Pathak and state election in-charge Bhupendra Singh have been camping in MP for almost a month. Sandeep Pathak has taken workers' meetings in different cities of the state. AAP leaders claim that many leaders and functionaries of BJP, Congress and other parties will join AAP in the programme.

PM does not know value of education so sent Sisodia to jail

Kejriwal said – Prime Minister sent Manish Sisodia to jail. That day I felt that the Prime Minister of the country should be educated. If the PM was educated, he would have known the importance of education. If the PM was a patriot, he would not have given consideration to the fact that Manish does not belong to his party.
Kejriwal said PM did demonetisation, but corruption did not end. Due to demonetisation, the whole country got ruined. People died stanfing in the lines. Still, neither terrorism nor corruption ended. The PM said - ring the plate, Corona will run away with the waves. That is why I am saying – it is necessary for the PM of the country to be educated.

AAP has 1 mayor and 52 councilors in the state

The Aam Aadmi Party had fielded its candidates in the civic body elections held last year. In Singrauli Municipal Corporation, the Aam Aadmi Party succeeded in making Rani Agarwal the mayor. Apart from Singrauli, the party had won 52 councilors across the state. AAP got 6.3% votes in the civic body elections. In the panchayat elections, 10 district panchayat members, 27 district panchayat members and 118 sarpanch elections were won.

AAP's CM candidate will be decided by public

AAP's National Organization General Secretary and Rajya Sabha MP Sandeep Pathak says, it has been our party's policy that we go to the election field declaring the face of the Chief Minister. But, our candidate will not be imposed on the public, rather we will declare the face of the Chief Minister of Aam Aadmi Party in MP only after asking the public.

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