AAP to intensify outreach to voters in last days of campaign

The campaign will focus on door to door outreach with almost 50 lakh houses to be covered in 7 days, apart from other measures


With just 11 days to go for voting in Delhi, the Aam Aadmi Party starting today has launched a mega-campaign titled “Mera Vote Kaam Ko, Seedhe Kejriwal Ko” through a blitzkrieg of activities, at a scale never seen before in this election campaign by any other party, with the single aim to touch each and every voter of Delhi at least two times in the next 10 days with a single message – vote for work, vote for the future of Delhi, vote for Kejriwal.

The campaign will focus on door to door outreach with almost 50 lakh houses to be covered in 7 days; Jan Sabhas – 8,000 meetings in 7 days (4 Jan Sabhas have been planned every day in each of the 272 wards of Delhi adding up to nearly 8,000 Jan Sabhas in the next 7 days); Nukkad Nataks and Flash Mobs – 3,000 performances in total; and, buzz campaign – all major traffic signals and metro stations to be covered by AAP volunteers distributing caps and pamphlets.

 In addition to the above, an army of AAP volunteers will be spotted at all busy road intersections and metro stations interacting with the public and encouraging them to sport the white AAP cap as a sign of support for the fact that this vote will be for work, and for re-electing Arvind Kejriwal as the CM of Delhi.

Through all the above activities, a single and uniform message will be given to the people of Delhi through the form of the flyer attached below. The message re-emphasizes the transformative work done by AAP government in last 5 years, assures the voter of the “Kejriwal ki Guarantee” that all these services will continue in the next 5 years and will be supplemented by a further set of projects and initiatives in their local areas and at Delhi level. Finally, the message will appeal that each and every vote for JHAADU on February 8th will be a vote to re-elect Arvind Kejriwal as the CM of Delhi.

-delhincrnews.in reporter