Ahead of MCD elections, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has decided to hold back-to-back 1,000 Nukkad Sabhas from November 23 in all 250 wards within a span of 10 days till December 2.
During the Nukkad Sabhas, all the star campaigners, MLAs, ward candidates and local party leaders will interact with the people one-on-one to understand their issues.
AAP Delhi State Convenor Gopal Rai said, “They will raise awareness regarding rampant corruption and maladministration of BJP during its reign in MCD for 15 years.”
Besides, AAP will also organise Dance for Democracy, Nukkad Nataks, Guitar shows and Magic shows to take the 10 guarantees of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to the citizens.
Rai further said, “All these have been planned to create buzz before elections. We will hold 1000 Nukkad Sabhas between November 23 to December 2 on various chowks of every ward. All of our Star campaigners and MLAs will get on ground through Nukkad Sabhas. Once every ward has CM Arvind Kejriwal’s councillor, we will complete all that work in 5 years which BJP promised to do to fool the citizens.”
Rai said, “During the first phase of campaigning, our candidates held Pad yatras, Jansabhas and door-to-door campaigns in various booths under the theme of ‘MCD me bhi Kejriwal’.”
He added, “From tomorrow, AAP is going to further intensify its election campaign in the second phase under the theme of ‘Kejriwal ki Sarkar, Kejriwal ka Paarshad’. The kind of public support we have received in our Jansamvad, Pad yatras and door-to-door campaigns clearly indicates that Arvind Kejriwal is about to form the government in MCD.”
He continued, “On November 23, there will be 45 Nukkad Sabhas. Then there will be 65 Nukkad Sabhas in different wards of Delhi. On November 25, we will hold 120 Nukkad Sabhas. This way, we will reach out to the citizens by the means of 1,000 Nukkad Sabha till December 2, when the campaign comes to an end.”
Rai concluded, “Moreover, we have formed teams for several Buzz campaigns. Our Dance for Democracy teams will spread our message to people through cultural events. We will not leave any stone unturned to reach out to people with our message that if they want development in MCD, then they have to elect Kejriwal’s councillor.”