Karnataka: Kejriwal to address public rally to kickstart poll campaign
Karnataka: Kejriwal to address public rally  to kickstart poll campaign

BANGALORE: Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, is scheduled to speak at a mega event in Davanagere city on Saturday as the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) launches its election campaign in Karnataka.

The AAP wants to become more visible in Karnataka and hopes to gain seats so that it may send a candidate to the state legislature. At the Government High School Grounds in Davanagere City, a public rally is organised. Kejriwal and his counterpart from Punjab, Bhagwant Mann, will take a helicopter to Hubballi before continuing on to Davanagere.

At the Davangere convention, AAP office holders from every district, taluk, block, circle, and booth level of the state will take an oath to put an end to the state's corrupt government and work to bring about honest governance.
According to the party unit for the state, the BJP, Congress, and JDS in Karnataka are methodically implementing the same policies as the AAP administration in Delhi and misleading the populace.

The people of Karnataka, according to AAP state president Prithvi Reddy, have keenly watched the reforms implemented by the party in Delhi and Punjab.

"People are convinced that no possible change can happen from 10 to 40% commission governments and only AAP's zero percent commission governments can efficiently use people's tax money.

The residents of Delhi receive up to 200 units of power, 20,000 litres of water, a high standard of education, access to all medical services, including transport for women, and all of these things for free. Via the rally, all accomplishments would be announced to the entire state, Reddy continued.

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