Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will come to Uttarakhand for the first time

Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal will visit Uttarakhand for the first time. Kejriwal will come to the state capital Dehradun on Sunday

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will come to Uttarakhand for the first time

Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal will visit Uttarakhand for the first time. Kejriwal will come to the state capital Dehradun on Sunday. The Uttarakhand unit of the party has prepared his program, which has been approved by Kejriwal. Kejriwal will come to Dehradun in the morning and return to Delhi by evening. During this, he will mainly address the workers in Dehradun. This will be Kejriwal's first visit to Uttarakhand after AAP announced that he will contest the assembly elections in Uttarakhand. There is enthusiasm among the party workers regarding this. Kejriwal will try his best to instill enthusiasm among the workers.

Since Uttarakhand also has assembly elections next year, the party will try to enter the fray with full fielding. If party sources are to be believed, AAP candidates will try their best to dent the BJP and Congress vote bank. AAP leader Ravindra Jugran questioned the announcement of Energy Minister Dr. Harak Singh Rawat and said that within 24 hours on the statement of giving 100 units of electricity free in the state, CM Pushkar Singh Dhami made it clear that no proposal has come on this yet. is. It is clear from this that the government does not have any concrete proposal for free electricity, only rhetoric is being made to win the elections.

Said that on the lines of Delhi model, electricity up to 300 units should be provided free to the people in Uttarakhand also. Jugran alleged that wrong and inflated bills are being given to the people. Instead of solving this problem, the government is throwing the jumla of free electricity. In protest against this, AAP workers will march to the CM residence on Saturday and express their anger. On the other hand, senior party leaders and workers including AAP state president SS Kler, Colonel Ajay Kothiyal, lashed out at the BJP government. By marching till the CM residence, the workers termed the government a failure.