Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal expected to address public meeting in Udaipur this August, 2023

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal expected to address public meeting in Udaipur this August, 2023

AAP is establishing 45,000 village and ward committees in Rajasthan

Arvind Kejriwal

Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi and a prominent member of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), is expected to make a visit to Rajasthan in August 2023, in response to the recent rally organized by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Udaipur. The AAP is currently engaged in a proactive effort to establish 45,000 village and ward committees in Rajasthan, aiming to create a strong organizational structure in preparation for the upcoming elections.

Initially scheduled to be finished by July 8, 2023, the task of establishing the 45,000 village and ward committees in Rajasthan is now expected to extend its deadline until August, according to sources. Following the completion of this process, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will attend the oath ceremony. A party member stated that the upcoming rally, which aims to counter the opposition parties, is likely to take place in either Udaipur or Kota division, with Udaipur being the preferred location for CM Kejriwal. The party plans to provide certificates to the committee members as a recognition of their involvement.

“This time the rally will be organized in Udaipur or Kota division. Most probably the AAP supremo will come to Udaipur to counter both the opposition parties. The party will issue certificates to the committee members.” - A party member said. 

For each Lok Sabha constituency, AAP MLAs from Punjab or their representatives have been entrusted with the responsibility of supervising the campaign to establish working committees. Giriraj Singh Khangarot, the former state organization minister, highlighted that AAP has positioned itself as a strong and viable alternative to compete in the elections on the 200 Vidhan Sabha seats in the state. Emphasizing the importance of timely action, clear instructions have been issued to ensure the prompt formation of these committees.

“A campaign will be initiated to establish these committees. The village committee will consist of 11 members, while the ward committees will have 21 members. Their primary objective will be to strengthen the party, promote its ideology and showcase its good work.”  - Giriraj Khangarot, State Organization Minister.


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