Elaborate Arrangements at AAP Office on Tuesday

With exit polls predicting a majority for AAP, the party has geared up for celebrations and made elaborate preparations at the party office.

Published: 09th February 2015 11:15 PM  |   Last Updated: 09th February 2015 11:15 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: With exit polls predicting a majority for AAP, the party has geared up for celebrations on the counting day tomorrow and has made elaborate preparations at the party office in Patel Nagar here.

Party chief Arvind Kejriwal is also expected to reach the Patel Nagar office in the morning tomorrow and address workers after the results are declared.

He, along with other senior party leaders -- Manish Sisodia, Kumar Vishwas, Yogendra Yadav, Sanjay Singh -- will be at the three-storey Patel Nagar office and monitor the results from there.

Meanwhile, a day before the counting, the AAP chief spent most of his time at home with his family, taking a break from meetings.

"We are expecting a comfortable victory. Our survey and exit polls give us an upper hand, but we are waiting for the results.

"We are also expecting a lot of volunteers at the party office tomorrow and Arvind (Kejriwal) will address them tomorrow like he had done after the last assembly election from the Hanuman Road office (party's earlier office before it shifted to Patel Nagar)," said a party leader.

Interestingly, the mood at the party office and among the volunteers is different from the day before the counting during the Lok Sabha. This time, the volunteers appear to be more confident and volunteers charged up.

"Volunteers will start coming in from 8 in the morning. There will fanfare (naach-gaana) as the results keep coming...just like last time," said a party volunteer.

The party's logisitics team has also made elaborate preparations for volunteers and media personnel coming tomorrow.

"We have erected podium for the electronic media, so that when Arvind (Kejriwal) addresses the volunteers tomorrow from second floor rampant, it should not be chaotic as the road will be packed with volunteers," said a party volunteer involved in the logisitics work.

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