AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal will launch the guarantee card on January 23 as part of third phase of election campaign, Gopal Rai said, adding a list of promises and work that will be undertaken in the next five years will be maintained in guarantee card
In an door-to-door outreach programme to woo voters for the Assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will hand over guarantee cards called “Kejriwal ka Guarantee Card” to as many as 35 lakh houses, enumerating about the works, plans and proposals that Arvind Kejriwal led Government will undertake if it comes to power corridors for the second consecutive term.
Senior AAP leader and Delhi AAP convener Gopal Rai on Friday said after the nomination process ends on January 21, the AAP will move towards the final and decisive phase of the election campaign.
Kejriwal will launch the guarantee card on January 23 as part of third phase of election campaign, Rai said, adding a list of promises and work that will be undertaken in the next five years will be maintained in the guarantee card.
“We have decided to launch such card as the party is confident in its ability to fulfill the promises. The card will be distributed to the people in a door to door campaign which will also be launched on January 23 and will continue till February 2,” he said.
The AAP dispensation has doled out number of freebies that include free ride for women on DTC buses, free electricity up to 200 units consumption among others which is being widely appreciated by citizens of Delhi.
The party is planning to publicise the Government’s work in transforming education and health sectors in Delhi which is being widely acclaimed.
Party’s star campaigner Kejriwal will also hold eight town hall meetings and a number of public interactions between January 23 and 30 and roadshows as part of the campaign.
Since the announcement of the Delhi elections, the AAP has been forging ahead on all fronts.
The party started its campaign through Jan Samvaad in September and distributed report card of works carried out by the Kejriwal Government in five years.
Besides, it also organised 700 mohalla sabhas followed by seven town hall meetings by the Chief Minister in which he interacted with the public on various aspects.
Meanwhile, senior AAP leader Atishi filed her nomination from Kalkaji constituency on Friday in presence of Deputy CM Manish Sisodia. AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal is expected to file his nomination on January 20.