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Raghav Chadha holds Jan Ashirwad Yatra

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Raghav Chadha holds Jan Ashirwad Yatra

Monday, 27 January 2020 | Staff Reporter | NEW DELHI

Leaving no stone unturned to retain Rajinder Nagar Assembly constituency, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate Raghav Chadha has started 'aggressive' campaigning in areas falls under the constituency. The party workers are also visiting door to door in support of party candidate and making people aware of the development works being done by the AAP Government in last five year.

AAP's Vijender Garg had won from the seat in 2015 by defeating R P Singh of the BJP. The AAP had secured more than 53 per cent votes in 2015 Assembly election.

Chadha who also contested Lok Sabha polls from South Delhi said "Everyone agree that CM Arvind Kejriwal will come back and help the pace of development further,"

On Sunday, party senior leader Bhagwant Mann accompanied Raghav Chadha in 'Jan Ashirwad Yatra' held on Sunday in areas under the constituency. Hundreds of party supporters joined him and danced to the official campaign song 'Lage Raho Kejriwal'.

The rally stared from campaign office in Rajinder Nagar and passed through Old Rajinder Nagar Market, DDA flats, Sindhi park towards 34 block, Super Market,  Salwan Marg and finally ending at Shankar Road. 

The rally saw upwards of 500 bikes, cars, E-rickshaws decorated in Aam Aadmi Party colours. The convoy was welcomed with flower showers when passing through residential areas, and the leaders were garlanded by supporters at various stops.

One of the volunteers who was part of the rally said, "We are doing aggressive door to door campaign and contacting people of various political spectrums. Everyone agrees that CM Arvind Kejriwal will return as CM and help further the pace of development that has started under his leadership."

Many local residents also joined the rally. Vinay Bansal, a resident of the area said, "I recognised Raghav bhaiya from our neighbourhood and joined the rally. I am very glad that Rajinder Nagar has young and educated person who will become our MLA."

Addressing the gathering, Raghav said, "I am grateful to CM Arvind Kejriwal and the AAP leadership for placing their faith in me.  I am overwhelmed with the love and support that I have been receiving during this election campaign. The love and blessings I am getting from people of the constituency is absolutely heartwarming. They are like my family and they are treating me like their son. Having been born and raised in Rajinder Nagar with familial ties across the constituency. I feel like serving the people here would be nothing short serving my own family," he said.

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