Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Sisodia on Monday called on the people of Uttarakhand to view the upcoming election polls as an opportunity to change their lives and solve the problems that have plagued the state for years.
Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister has virtually launched AAP’s Nav Parivartan Samvad (Dialogue for Change), Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister said in the past 21 years of its existence, Uttarakhand has failed to meet its goals achieve what it was founded for.
“BJP and Congress have been in power in Uttarakhand alternately but have done nothing for its development which was the main purpose behind its establishment. All they have done is fill their coffers. Problems like migration, lack of schools and hospitals will remain where they were from the time of its founding 21 years ago,” the AAP leader said.
“February 14 is your chance to vote for change and end the problems that have plagued the state for years,” he said.
Mr. Sisodia asked people to stop the “musical chair” of power between Congress and the BJP for two decades and give AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal a chance to implement the Delhi development model in Uttarakhand.
“If you want good schools and good hospitals, the crops in your fields and the abandoned villages in the repopulated hills must give us a chance,” he said.
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