The party on Monday launched the ‘Kude Par Jansamvad’ campaign with an aim to reach out to the people to apprise them about the alleged “misdoings” of the BJP.
New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday said it will highlight the purported ‘garbage crisis’ in Delhi as a failure of the BJP which has been in the civic body for the last 15 years. The attack comes ahead of the MCD elections.
The party on Monday launched the ‘Kude Par Jansamvad’ campaign with an aim to reach out to the people to apprise them about the alleged “misdoings” of the BJP. The ‘Jansamvad’ will be held at all the booths of Delhi from Tuesday onwards, said senior AAP leader and Delhi convenor Gopal Rai.
AAP MCD in-charge Durgesh Pathak said, “The ‘Jansamvads’ will be held at all the 13,682 booths in Delhi from Tuesday and will run till November 20. We have appointed more than 600 spokespersons and all of them have been trained for the outreach programme.”
Pathak added, “The public will be asked five important questions during the ‘Jansamvads’ related to garbage, including will the responsibility to clean the garbage once again be given to the BJP which has failed in the last 15 years or to the AAP which has proven its merit?”
Meanwhile, Delhi BJP spokesperson Praveen Shankar Kapoor said AAP leaders are frustrated and confused ever since the announcement of municipal elections. “Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s image has taken a dent after the liquor and other scams and failure to control pollution. The state government doesn’t have a face to seek votes,” Kapoor said.