Dehradun: AAP national convener and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal will arrive in Haridwar on Sunday on his seventh visit to Uttarakhand. He will lead the party's election campaign from the pilgrim town of Haridwar for three days. It is being said that Kejriwal may release the party's manifesto from Haridwar.
The AAP has completed preparations for Kejriwal's visit. There is a lot of enthusiasm among the party workers from his visit. He will attend a media conclave at a hotel in Haridwar. Kejriwal will also take feedback of the party's election campaign in 70 seats of the state from Haridwar itself. The election strategy will be sharpened at the last moment.
Kejriwal had earlier guaranteed 300 units of free electricity, government jobs to unemployed candidates, 1,000 rupees to women, free pilgrimage, one crore rupees to the families of the martyrs. The party can guarantee these guarantees along with other promises to be included in its manifesto. It is being said that Kejriwal is also likely to release the party's manifesto on a three-day visit to Haridwar.