'People Of Delhi Are My Family': Kejriwal, Mann Launch AAP's Lok Sabha Polls Campaign In Delhi| Details

The Lok Sabha polls campaign was launched by Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann in the presence of other Aam Admi Party (AAP) leaders and workers from the party headquarters at DDU Marg.

Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann launching the AAP's poll campaign | Photo: X/@AamAdmiParty

Aam Admi Party (AAP) supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal along with his Punjab counterpart Bhagwant Mann on Friday launched the party's poll campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections with the slogan 'Sansad mein bhi Kejriwal, to Dilli hogi aur khush haal'.

The campaign was launched in the presence of other party leaders and workers from the Aam Aadmi Party headquarters on DDU Marg.

What did Kejriwal say?

While launching the poll campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, AAP supremo Kejriwal said, "I have made all efforts to serve the people of Delhi who are my family," Kejriwal said.

Delhi and Punjab are ruled by AAP and these are the only two states that have free electricity supply, he further added.

Kejriwal said the BJP-led central government through the Delhi Lt Governor stalls every project launched by the AAP government and urged the people to "strengthen" him by sending all seven opposition candidates to Parliament.

"They hate you because you elected and brought an ordinary man to power in Delhi. They demolished Mohalla Clinics with bulldozers, they stopped door-to-door ration delivery scheme, tests and medicines in hospitals," he alleged.

What did Bhagwant Mann say?

Exusing confidence on AAP, Punjab chief minister Bhagwant Mann said his state is going to have a 13-0 result in the Lok Sabha polls in favour of AAP. He also accused the Centre of obstructing the work of the Kejriwal government in Delhi and withholding Punjab's funds.

"No one will dare to stop Punjab's funds and work in Delhi if the AAP has a good number of MPs in Lok Sabha," he said.

AAP's Lok Sabha poll strategy

The AAP will fight the general election in collaboration with INDIA bloc partner Congress under a seat-sharing arrangement it has struck with it in Delhi, Gujarat, and Haryana.

In Punjab, however, both parties have decided to contest the Lok Sabha polls independently.

The AAP will contest four of the seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi and Congress will field its candidates on the remaining three.

The party has also received two constituencies - Bharuch, Jamnagar – in Gujarat and Kurukshetra in Haryana under the seat-sharing deal with Congress.