‘Polls are chance to change country,’ Kejriwal tells AAP workers


National Party Chairman Aam Admi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal virtually addressed his party members on Sunday January 9 to discuss the party’s election campaign. It comes after the Election Commission of India (ECI) banned roadshows, padayatra, bike or bicycle rallies and parades amid the COVID wave.

Arvind Kejriwal said in his speech: “For the AAP, an election is not a way to change the government, but it is a chance to bring about a change in society and the country. When you campaign, you must realize that you are performing a patriotic task ”.

According to Kejriwal, the AAP is not here to change the government but to change the system for the well-being of the people. He urged his party members to educate themselves about the welfare of the family when they go door-to-door and, if anything is needed, make sure their issues are resolved.

“The Election Commission has authorized door-to-door campaigns. You should go door-to-door from today. When you meet people, tell me about the good work the government has done. Delhi We have nothing negative to say against We should only campaign positively, ”said the AAP chief.

Kejriwal added that this election will be the election of a big change in the politics of the country.

EC announces COVID protocol for 2022 Assembly elections

Given the COVID situation in the country, the Election Commission of India has ruled that roadshows, padayatra, bike or bicycle rallies and parades will not be allowed until January 15. A decision on this will be made after reviewing the situation in the next few days and further restrictions will be announced.

CEC Sushil Chandra said: “No physical gathering of political parties or possibly candidates or any other election-related group will be allowed until January 15. The ECI should then review the situation and issue further instructions accordingly. . “

In addition, a maximum of five people is allowed for the door-to-door campaign with the specific company.

Five other states, including Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Punjab, will go to the elections this year. A total of 690 assembly seats will be on the line in the 2022 election. With the exception of the Punjab which has a congressional government, all other election-related states have the BJP in power.

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