Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Punjab’s chief ministerial candidate Bhagwant Mann on Thursday launched a digital door-to-door campaign from this city.
He said people can give a missed call on 98827 98827 or click on the website https://IkMaukaKejriwalNu.com to ask questions on 11 important issues of Punjab directly from party’s nation convenor Arvind Kejriwal and others.
After giving a missed call, a message from AAP will be sent on people’s mobiles. With a click, Kejriwal and Mann will digitally knock on their door to know their questions.
People can ask questions on 11 topics, comprising electricity, women safety, law and order, agriculture, health, drug trafficking and unemployment. Both Mann and Kejriwal will answer their questions.
Mann said the people of Punjab are fed up with the corrupt politics of traditional parties, hence they want change now. “AAP is the only hope for the people for change. Our candidates know the problems of Punjab better as they are educated, qualified, and belong to ordinary families.”
About 2 crore voters of Punjab had voted the Congress, led by Amarinder Singh, to a landslide victory in the 2017 Assembly election giving the party 77 seats in the 117-member Vidhan Sabha.
It later won three more seats in the bypolls held in October 2019, taking its strength to 80.
Assembly elections in Punjab will be held on February 20 and the counting of ballots on March 10.