Uttar Pradesh: Arvind Kejriwal likely to blow Aam Aadmi Party’s bugle with mega rally in Lucknow. Lucknow News – Times of India

Lucknow: Aam Aadmi Party is likely to launch its campaign for UP assembly elections With a mega rally in Lucknow in late November which will be addressed by the national convener of the party and the Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal.
Party sources claimed that they have received extremely positive response in the recent past.bijli yatrasWhere AAP talked to the people about its election promises of free electricity, free education, free health etc. “Our internal surveys are showing very positive trends in favor of AAP and it is time we take advantage of it. Kejriwal was earlier focusing on assembly elections in Punjab and Uttarakhand, both of which are likely to be held around the time of UP elections, but now, the kind of response we are getting from the state, Kejriwal is likely to cost a lot. Time here too,” said a source.
Another AAP member said what boosted the party’s confidence was Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s reaction to Kejriwal’s announcement. Ayodhya Will be included in the list of religious places for which the Delhi government runs special pilgrimage plan And that if it comes to power, it will extend to UP also.
“We were not expecting the CM to speak about Kejriwal’s recent visit to Ayodhya, but the fact that he spent so much time talking about us, means that AAP has a strong presence and is looking to knock down the ruling party. has succeeded. The Delhi CM also tweeted in response to Yogi Adityanath’s comments, asking if the people of Delhi are given easy entry into Ayodhya, what is their problem,” he said.
AAP’s campaign will start in Lucknow after which many more rallies will be held across the state. A party spokesperson said the first priority would be to release the list of candidates after which the campaigners would be decided and allotted. Sources indicated that the election is likely to see a majority of Delhi MLAs with UP Connect camps in the state till at least February.