Kejriwal promises ‘massive political storm like Punjab’ in Haryana | Latest News India

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) nationwide convener and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday stated Haryana will “witness a big political storm like Punjab” quickly, as he addressed his first main political rally in the border state. “Don’t worry, this storm will be good for the state,” he added.

Speaking at a gathering in Kurukshetra, Kejriwal referred to as the AAP a corruption-free different to the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Haryana is about to carry its municipal and Panchayati Raj elections quickly.

Since bagging Punjab in the lately held meeting elections, AAP is now eying Haryana, the house state of Kejriwal. Earlier this month, the occasion introduced that it might contest the Haryana municipal elections. Kejriwal additionally dared the BJP to declare ML Khattar as its chief ministerial face for the 2024 Assembly election in the state.

“Ruling parties will not create jobs for your children as they need unemployed goons to run their party,” Kejriwal advised the gathering, whereas urging voters to offer one likelihood to AAP to convey actual change in the state.

“Give me a chance, I will improve all schools of Haryana. Delhi government schools are proof. Children of the poor will also become engineers and doctors,” the Delhi chief minister.

Further, Kejriwal congratulated Haryana’s farmers for forcing the Union authorities to revoke contentious farm legal guidelines by holding a year-long agitation.

So far, AAP has did not make any appreciable presence in Haryana in the 2019 meeting polls. As the state will maintain its subsequent meeting elections in 2024, political observers say that the current victory in Punjab might assist the occasion make inroads in Haryana.

Last month, former Congress Haryana occasion chief Ashok Tanwar joined the AAP in the nationwide capital. On Thursday, former Haryana Congress chief Nirmal Singh and his daughter Chitra joined the AAP in the presence of Kejriwal. Singh, who additionally based the Haryana Democratic Front, has been a two-time minister in the Haryana authorities.

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