AAP convention in Karnataka on March 4, Kejriwal, Mann to lead
AAP convention in Karnataka on March 4, Kejriwal, Mann to  lead
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Bangalore: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab Chief Minsiter Bhagwant Mann will reach Davangere in Karnataka on March 4 to participate in a convention of the Aam Aadmi Party office-bearers and workers, the party's state unit chief Prithvi Reddy has said.

Speaking at a press conference at the AAP's state office in bangalore, Reddy said,  "BJP, Congress, and JD-S think that they can come back to power after five years of corruption and by seducing people when the elections are approaching."  But this time the people of Karnataka have attentively followed the reforms implemented by the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi and Punjab. 

They are convinced that 10%/40% "commission" governments cannot bring about any change, and that only the AAP's 0 percent commission government can effectively employ tax dollars." He continued by saying that residents of Delhi also receive free access to up to 200 units of power, 20,000 litres of water, high-quality healthcare, and free transportation for women.

Mukhyamantri Chandru, the leader of the AAP in Karnataka, said: "Kejriwal is a leader who has injected new vitality into the nation's politics. It is unusual for someone without any political experience to create a party, lead it to victory in two states, and achieve national party status in under ten years.

"This demonstrates his dedication to the nation's progress. Kejriwal has demonstrated that if honest and pro-people governance is offered and priority is accorded to education, healthcare etc., educated people will join the movement," he added.

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