Mangaluru: The Aam Aadmi Party’s Grama Samparka Abhiyana (Village Outreach Campaign) currently taking place in Dakshina Kannada District has received an excellent response in all the constituencies of Dakshina Kannada district, stated AAP representatives in a media release.
The organisation building activity in Dakshina Kannada District is being led by Aam Aadmi Party’s Coastal Zone Coordinators Former KAS Officer, K. Mathai, Ashok Adamale and District President Santosh Kamath. After the recent meeting of party workers in Mangaluru, the membership campaign has intensified and is getting overwhelming support even from the rural areas for the party, the release observed.
People have realised that the lack of basic infrastructure and communal unrest in the District have been the main reasons why the region has not seen any development in recent years, stated AAP District President Santhosh Kamath. This, along with a lack of job opportunities for youth, widespread corruption and not addressing farmers’ issues, is attracting people to the Aam Aadmi Party, he added.
Venugopala Puchhappady, who is overseeing the membership campaign, stated that according to AAP DK Unit the breakup in percentage of members in Dakshina Kannada is as follows 32% in Mangaluru South, 16% in Mangaluru North, 16% in Moodabidre, 11% in Sullia, 8% in Puttur, 3% in Belthangady, 7% in Bantwala and 5.5% in Mangaluru.