Arvind Kejriwal on Delhi Elections: "Last Time, We Won 67...”

23-12-2019

The Aam Aadmi Party, which won 67 of the 70 seats in 2015 and the consultancy company I-PAC of election strategist Prashant Kishor, will combat this election in cooperation.

The Aam Aadmi Party should specify a goal of winning seats than it won at the 2015 election as it procured party members were told by 67 of the 70 assembly chairs, Delhi Chief Minister and AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday.

Mr Kejriwal said the party members and the election must fight with their strength. "There are just over a month left for assembly elections in Delhi and because Delhi is the party's foundation from where it began we must strongly fight the election," he told party members in the eighth federal council assembly.

"Our goal is also quite significant. Last time, we won 67 seats and this moment we shouldn't get greater than this but more than that amount," he said amid slogans of "70 from 70" by party members.

The Aam Aadmi Party, which won 67 of the 70 seats in 2015 and the consultancy company I-PAC of election strategist Prashant Kishor, will combat this election in cooperation.

"My information is that people (volunteers or members) who've come from out should take up exactly what responsibility they'll be assuming in the upcoming polls," he explained.

According to sources, the AAP has predicted volunteers and all its party members for the election because of Delhi next year into the capital for campaigning and also prep.

Mr Kejriwal said the discourse has significantly altered and forced the BJP to discuss development problems in Delhi. "It is precisely the identical BJP that request votes according to Jat and non-Jat from Haryana and Hindu-Muslim in the rest of this nation but in Delhi, it's been made to discuss development.

BJP of all politics' schedule will not operate in Delhi. Throughout the work done by people at the previous five decades, we've given hope to people," he explained.

On Friday the AAP established its information motto "Acche beete paanch saal-Lage raho Kejriwal" (the previous five years went nicely - keep moving Kejriwal) and kick-started its effort for its 2020 assembly elections.


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