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42 pc of Indians want Kejriwal as next PM: Bhaskar Rao

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Tumakuru: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) began its pan-Karnataka campaign of connecting with the rural community on Sunday May 29 by holding a brainstorming session to overcome its urban centric party tag.

“AAP is not a political asylum for politicians from other parties who want to join us. We want to elect common citizens, so we have started strengthening the party across the state,” AAP leader said Bhaskar Rao.

He emphasised that the party is having a cascading impact elsewhere as a result of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s exemplary governance and Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann’s replication of it in Punjab. “According to a survey, 42 per cent of Indians want Kejriwal to be the next Prime Minister,” he said.

The AAP has showed that providing residents with free electricity and high-quality education is not a difficult task since resources are available, but a change in administration is essential, he said. “We will allot ten villages to four of our workers, and they will conduct a status survey of each village,” said B. L. Vishwanath, AAP District President.

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