Balaghat (Madhya Pradesh), November 14 (Language) Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Tuesday said that while others talk about religion and caste and divide people, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) talks about schools, hospitals, Talks about water and electricity.
Mann was speaking during a road show in Katangi constituency of Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh ahead of the November 17 assembly elections. AAP has fielded Prashant Meshram from this seat.
“They (Congress and BJP) divide people and make them fight, talk about religion and caste, but we talk about schools, hospitals, electricity and water,” Mann said.
He said AAP’s name is not in any pre-poll survey (as a probable winner), but it is ‘directly visible in the government’.
He is appealing to the people to give a chance to his party in Madhya Pradesh.
Mann said, “AAP national convenor and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was also supposed to participate in the road show, but due to his not being well, he has sent a message that he will definitely participate in the victory celebrations.”
He said, “Children and adults are standing on rooftops to watch the road show. This is a sign that the people of Madhya Pradesh also want change.
He also hit out at dynastic politics and said people should ask leaders to pack their bags who put their children ahead.
AAP general secretary (organisation) and Rajya Sabha member Sandeep Pathak also participated in the road show.
The party has fielded its candidates on 70 out of 230 assembly seats in the BJP-ruled state.
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