Jind Aap Rally: The Aam Aadmi Party has already started preparations for the upcoming Haryana assembly elections and the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The Aam Aadmi Party is continuously working at the grassroots level to strengthen its influence among the people. AAP recently organized ‘Badlav Yatra’ in all 90 assemblies of Haryana. After this, the Aam Aadmi Party will launch the ‘Badlav Rally’. This rally will start from January 28th in Jind. This is expected to be the biggest rally yet. The Parivartan Rally will be inaugurated by Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann.
CM Arvind Kejriwal will launch a change rally in Jind
Through this rally, both leaders will intensify the Aam Aadmi Party’s campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections and assembly elections in Haryana. In this regard, State President Sushil Gupta said that Arvind Kejriwal will sound the bugle of change in Haryana on January 28. The whole of Haryana is struggling with fear, corruption, unemployment and inflation. Now people are fed up with the BJP-JJP government and want changes in Haryana. This change will begin in the land of Jind. Sushil Gupta further said that people of Haryana gave a chance to the BJP and Congress but no one changed the situation here. Now the people of Haryana need the Aam Aadmi Party because the fame of the works of Delhi and Punjab has reached abroad. We hope people of Haryana will give you a chance this time.
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“The AAP organization in Haryana is well prepared”
Talking to the media, Sushil Gupta further said that just as the people of Punjab made the joint candidates of the Aam Aadmi Party win by defeating big names, in Haryana too all the big faces would lose and the Aam Aadmi government would lose party will be formed. He said that the Aam Aadmi Party organization has become strong across Haryana. The party is poised to win 10 seats in the state in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. However, if an alliance is formed with India, the high command will decide which party will fight for how many seats.