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All countries
528,243,235
Confirmed
Updated on May 24, 2022 2:41 am
All countries
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Recovered
Updated on May 24, 2022 2:41 am
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Deaths
Updated on May 24, 2022 2:41 am

Arvind Kejriwal urges AAP activists to do ‘positive campaigning’ in Goa Assembly election

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AAP releases second list of ten candidates

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Mumbai: Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) National Convener Arvind Kejriwal called upon party cadres and candidates to practice ‘positive campaigning’ in the forthcoming Goa Assembly election. He added that the objective of AAP was to usher in a systemic change in the state.

In a video address to AAP volunteers released on Sunday, Kejriwal exhorted party workers to take election campaigning as “an opportunity to serve people”.

The AAP chief remarked, “The elections are just a month away and I urge all volunteers to begin door-to -door campaigning and strictly follow Covid-19 norms as laid down by the Election Commission of India. Election campaigning, too, is an opportunity to serve people. Tell voters about the change ushered in Delhi by the AAP in terms of electricity and roads.”

Stressing upon the need of changing the political system in Goa, Kejriwal said that the AAP was contesting the polls to root out “a corrupt party” (BJP) and install an “honest one” (AAP) in its exchange.

“Change is possible, though it requires hard work. The AAP has proved so in Delhi that parties can function honestly. The party has shown that government schools can provide equitable education. It has given hope to Delhi’s populace,” he further remarked.

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Stating that bringing change was “not easy”, Kejriwal urged his party workers to take the forthcoming electoral battle in the manner of fighting the British Raj. He further stressed upon the need for ‘positive campaigning’.

Kejriwal said, “We don’t need to speak ill of other parties…We (AAP) will change the vocabulary of governance. Henceforth, MLAs will serve the people of Goa and not vice-versa.”

The AAP on Sunday released its second list of ten candidates for the 40-seat Goa Assembly election slated to be held on February 14.

The list includes ex-BJP leader Ramrao Wagh (St. Andre constituency), the AAP’s Goa Convener Rahul Mhambre (contesting from his hometown Mapusa), Sudesh Mayekar (Calangute), Cecille Rodrigues (Taleigaon), Rajesh Kalangutkar (Maem), Prashant Naik (Cuncolim), Cruz Silva (Velim), Anoop Kudtarkar (Canacona), Anil Gaonkar (Sanvordem), and Sandesh Telekar (Fatorda).

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