MCD elections: Kejriwal to launch party’s campaign slogan ‘Sarkar Kejriwal ki…’

With the slogan “Sarkar Kejriwal Ki, Parsad Kejriwal Ka,” Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal began the party’s first phase of campaigning on Sunday for the upcoming Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections.

The first round of the party’s campaign will begin on November 17 and last through November 22. On November 23, the second phase will start.

Kejriwal asked people to vote for AAP in order to win 230 out of the total 250 wards while addressing the public on an open platform in Karol Bagh.

Kejriwal stated, “We have our own government in Delhi; out of 250 seats in the MCD, we need 230.”

The 250 wards in the MCD will vote on December 4, and the results will be tallied on December 7.

Mahabal Mishra, a former MP and Congress politician, joined AAP on Sunday in Kejriwal’s presence at a public gathering, dealing a blow to the Congress ahead of the MCD elections.

The 250 wards in the MCD will vote on December 4, and the results will be tallied on December 7.

Mahabal Mishra, a former MP and Congress politician, joined AAP on Sunday in Kejriwal’s presence at a public gathering, dealing a blow to the Congress ahead of the MCD elections.

Attacking the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Kejriwal said BJP is ruling the MCD for the past 15 years but has done nothing for this city. “Nothing good for the city was done by the BJP in last 15 years. Whereas in just seven years AAP government in Delhi improved the quality of schools and hospitals, provided free electricity and water, free bus rides for women and also installed CCTV cameras all across the national capital,” Kejriwal said.

Claiming that the sanitation services are very poor in Delhi, Kejriwal said that BJP is responsible for garbage and poor sanitation as it controls the civic body. It is BJP’s responsibility to clean garbage in Delhi, he said.

Claiming that the sanitation services are very poor in Delhi, Kejriwal said that BJP is responsible for garbage and poor sanitation as it controls the civic body. It is BJP’s responsibility to clean garbage in Delhi, he said.

“People ask me why the garbage has not been cleaned. I tell them sanitation management is not currently with the AAP government. Only AAP can clean the garbage. We love Delhi we will make Delhi clean,” Kejriwal said, urging people to give AAP the opportunity to fix the menace.

AAP has made sanitation one of its primary goals and has regularly criticised the BJP for how poorly it has handled the rubbish problem.

AAP on Friday flagged off “garbage campaign” vans as part of its MCD campaign to draw attention to the BJP’s “waste mismanagement.”

AAP Minister Gopal Rai said the campaign’s goal is to educate Delhi people about the three rubbish “mountains” in the Capital as he unveiled the vans from the party’s headquarters.

Deputy CM Manish Sisodia was also present along with Kejriwal at the public meeting. “Time has come to clean the garbage,” Sisodia said.

The public meeting was a two-way dialogue in which the Delhi CM presented the party’s agenda while also listening to the attendees, shaking their hands, and addressing their concerns.

Karol Bagh has a sizable population of traders. Kejriwal while addressing the traders’ issues said the BJP has troubled the traders a lot. “Your brother (Kejriwal) is coming to power in MCD as well, we will solve the problems of the traders as well. Tell everyone in your area to not vote for the BJP,” Kejriwal said.

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