Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, launched his party’s election campaign in Rajasthan’s capital city on Monday. Speaking at the gathering, Kejriwal stated that the Aam Aadmi Party will run for every seat in the state assembly. Rajasthan will hold legislative elections later this year.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has also entered the fray to take on the BJP and the Congress. Arvind Kejriwal has arrived in Jaipur as the party’s national convenor. Arvind Kejriwal is campaigning alongside Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann in Rajasthan’s capital. The leaders also launched the party’s “Tiranga Yatra” in the boll-bound state.
During his address, the Delhi chief minister attacked both the ruling Congress and the opposition BJP. He claimed that both parties produced rubbish in Rajasthan. The BJP and the Congress cannot claim that they were not given a fair chance to develop the state, he said. As a result, the Aam Aadmi Party entered the electoral battle.
“Ashok Gehlot and Vasundhara have a friendship. Both of them save each other. “The Congress and the BJP both looted Rajasthan in turns,” the Delhi CM was reported as saying by news agency ANI. ” There is a good “setting” in both the BJP and the Congress. BJP people do not send Congress people to jail,” he remarked.
Arvind Kejriwal encouraged the people of Rajasthan to be patient and that all the faces would appear soon. The Aam Aadmi Party has attracted all of the “good people,” he said.
“The party will be competing for every seat,” according to Kejriwal.
Arvind Kejriwal has also spoken out on the current protest in Rajasthan by the widows of the Pulwama dead. He said that when our soldiers’ families went to meet with Congress lawmakers, they misbehaved with them. This should never have happened.
Earlier in the day, BJP leaders conducted a ‘maun vrat (silent sit-in)’ at Rajghat to demand the resignation of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over the alleged liquor scandal. At the protest at Mahatma Gandhi’s monument, Virendra Sachdeva, working president of the BJP’s Delhi unit, Ramvir Singh Bidhuri, Leader of the Opposition in the Assembly, and other party workers prayed for good sense to triumph over the Kejriwal government.