Manish Sisodia to visit Dehradun on February 1 to start ‘Kejriwal in Uttarakhand’ campaign

Manish Sisodia will come to Dehradun on 1 February to start the 'Kejriwal in Uttarakhand' campaign.

Manish Sisodia will come to Dehradun on 1 February to start the ‘Kejriwal in Uttarakhand’ campaign.

The Aam Aadmi Party is extremely serious about the elections in Uttarakhand in 2022 and has been demonstrating against the government on the streets continuously for a long time. Now the party has gone completely into electoral mode.

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  • Last Updated:January 29, 2021 11:40 PM IS

Dehradun. Now the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is going to start a ‘Kejriwal in Uttarakhand’ campaign with a new strategy, which will be started by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia (Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia) and for this He is coming to Dehradun on 1 February.

The Aam Aadmi Party is extremely serious about the elections in Uttarakhand in 2022 and has been demonstrating against the government on the streets continuously for a long time. Now the party has gone completely into electoral mode. Due to this, the party is going to run its membership campaign ‘Kejriwal in Uttarakhand’ in Uttarakhand from February 1. This membership campaign will be run in the entire 70 Vidhan Sabha, where the party will extend its policies to every household of the state.

AAP state in-charge Dinesh Mohania said that from February 1, the AAP party is going to start preparing for the upcoming assembly elections. He said that the election year has started, for which the AAP party has started all the preparations. To spread its policies to the public, the party is going to run ‘Kejriwal in Uttarakhand’ campaign from February 1, in which 70 vehicles in 70 assemblies are going to show the development model through video. With the goal of adding more than 1 lakh new members from Uttarakhand, AAP workers are set to go to 10 lakh homes.

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia is reaching Dehradun on February 1 to flag off the video van flagging the ‘Kejriwal in Uttarakhand’ campaign. For the entire Uttarakhand, Manish Sisodia will flag off vehicles in 70 assemblies.



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