Chhattisgarh Assembly Election: Kejrival’s Strategic Visit to Chhattisgarh Before Assembly Election 2023!
A day After BJP released its list of 21 Candidates for the Chhattisgarh Assembly Election, Delhi’s Chief Minister & Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener Arvind Kejriwal, reached Chhattisgarh today for a day-long visit. It’s his third visit to Chhattisgarh in Five months.
According to AAP state president Komal Hupendi, Kejriwal will be joined by Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann as the two speak to an Aam Aadmi Party workers’ convention at Jainam Manas Bhavan across from Raipur airport at midday. In addition, Kejriwal would provide “guarantee cards” outlining the policies his party will follow if elected to power to the people of Chhattisgarh.
Kejriwal stated last month at a rally in Bilaspur that if AAP wins the election in Chhattisgarh, it will offer six services, most of which are free, that are similar to those in Delhi. When asked about his plans at the time, Kejriwal stated, “We will give free electricity, free magnificent schools like in Delhi where children of the rich and the poor study together, free hospitals and clinics, free bus travel for women, free holy trips to religious places for senior citizens, and employment.”
The political setting has evolved slightly since then, and the AAP has supported the INDIA bloc’s national anti-BJP initiatives. The Delhi Services Bill, which has subsequently been made into law, was opposed by the AAP and the Congress. However, this week’s difficulty in their relationship stemmed from their joint campaigning in the city for the Lok Sabha elections.
In the 2018 Chhattisgarh assembly elections, the AAP made its debut and fielded candidates in 85 of the 90 seats, although it was unsuccessful.
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