AAP to Eclipse BJP Campaign Blitzkrieg

Published: 15th December 2014 05:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th December 2014 05:59 AM   |  A+A-

NEW DELHI: With the BJP stepping up its campaign in the national capital by asking its  300-plus MPs to address corner meetings in various parts of the city in the run up to the elections, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has decided to hold upto 100 public meetings in the next few months.

As the elections are likely to held in February next, the AAP is making a strong pitch to return to power. The party is directly pitted against the BJP, which has been on a winning streak in various state elections.

While the BJP is yet to project a Chief Minister candidate, the AAP is solely depending on Kejriwal’s image. The party is also planning to make a good use of its star campaigners such as MP Bhagwant Mann and actress Gul Panag to counter the saffron campaign.

“The target is to have Kejriwal address at least one public meeting in every constituency. There are constituencies where he may need to campaign more than once. Presently, he is holding two rallies every day in different constituencies,” said a party leader.

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