Priyanka plays big part in shaping party’s plans for next year’s UP Assembly polls
UP polls: AAP launches public reachout programme in Noida promising free electricity up to 300 units
AAP’s Gautam Buddh Nagar unit president Bhupendra Jadaun said the 'free electricity' campaign was launched on 10 October by Sanjay Singh, party’s Uttar Pradesh in-charge.
"We want women in politics to become a full-fledged partner in power," she told reporters in Lucknow.
The BJP is learnt to have planned to reach out to each caste, with plans to hold meetings with intellectuals, besides rallies and public meetings.
Targeting the BJP government in UP and the Centre, the PSP president said that the saffron party has not fulfilled any promises.
“Such political workers will directly report to the central team in Delhi to share realtime feedback on which expeditious actions will be initiated,” added the party leader.
SP chief spokesperson Rajendra Chowdhury said its objective was to make people aware about the "corrupt, autocratic and suppressive" policies of the BJP government and to establish real democracy.
Baghel had in the past discussed the preparations for the elections in UP with Congress general secretary in-charge Uttar Pradesh Priyanka Gandhi.
There are 82 Assembly segments in the state where Muslim voters are in a position to make or mar the political fortunes of the candidates.
The maximum strength of the UP Cabinet can be 15 per cent of the total strength of its Assembly.
The AAP has made similar promises in Punjab, Uttarakhand and Goa where assembly polls are due in early next year.
The Yatra was launched by AAP leader and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia along with the party’s UP in-charge and Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh.
After completing the darshan, Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia said he prayed to Lord Ram for his blessings to replace the incumbent BJP dispensation with the AAP government in the poll-bound state.
These 'vicharaks' pan out in targeted constituencies that will be carefully selected following discussion with party in-charges and top leadership.
The party in 2017 had contested elections in alliance with Samajwadi Party and won only seven seats.