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Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, on Monday, launched ‘Uttarakhand me bhi Kejriwal’ campaign to canvass for Aam Aadmi Party, which would be contesting the coming State Assembly polls, in Uttarakhand.
The campaign was launched in Uttarakhand’s (UT) Dehradun and 70 video vans were flagged off with 350 party workers, who would travel to villages and hold 6500 public meetings to promote AAP’s vision, in the course of 45 days.
While speaking to media persons regarding the campaign, Sisodia said, “BJP and Congress looted UT for 20 years, they have broken the dream of people living here. We want to assure them that AAP is ready to them under the leadership of Kejriwalji.”
“We will fight this election the same way we fought in Delhi eight years ago. When we can change Delhi, we surely can change UT and make it better,” he added.