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MCD Election: AAP launches ‘Kejriwal ki Sarkar, Kejriwal ka Paarshad’ campaign

Lauding the work done by AAP, Sisodia said, “When you ask people to tell about a single work of CM Arvind Kejriwal, they explain 10 works done by him.”

SNS | New Delhi |

Ahead of upcoming MCD polls slated to take place on 4 December, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia launched a campaign ‘Kejriwal ki Sarkar, Kejriwal ka Paarshad’.

He said, “Kejriwal Government is set to win in MCD but if BJP wins even one seat in Delhi, they will impede development work in their area. I am appealing to the people of Delhi to ensure that the Kejriwal government comes to power in MCD and your ward councillor only belongs to AAP.”

Lauding the work done by AAP, Sisodia said, “When you ask people to tell about a single work of CM Arvind Kejriwal, they explain 10 works done by him.”

Sisodia further said, “Like in Delhi government, people across Delhi have decided to give a chance to Kejriwal in MCD also. Kejriwal brought a remarkable development and made Delhi a better place to live.”

Whereas, in contrast to this, when BJP was given a chance in MCD, they failed to fulfil their most primary and crucial responsibility – of keeping Delhi neat and clean, added Sisodia.

While launching the campaign, Deputy CM said, “Our aim is to implement development work on the ground and we are contesting the election on the basis of our success of governance work in Delhi government.”

“That is why we have launched this campaign – “Kejriwal ki Sarkar, Kejriwal ka Parshad” from today. This is being done because there are still a few wards where the BJP has miniscule chance of winning,” added Sisodia.

He promised that if AAP comes to power the Delhiites will get the city cleaned, revamp roads and streets.

“We will repair the parks and put an end to the menace of stray animals. On the other hand, BJP councillors will pick fights with us to stop all the development work. AAP has started this campaign to caution the people from making the mistake of electing BJP councillors in their wards,” stated Sisodia.