In Goa, Kejriwal made a flurry of promises, from free electricity, good schools and mohalla clinics to unemployment allowances.


Ahead of the next year’s assembly elections in Goa, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has started establishing its roots in the state. AAP’s national convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal made many promises in Goa today, from free electricity, good schools and mohalla clinics to unemployment allowance on the lines of Delhi.

Kejriwal, who reached Goa on a two-day visit, said that if our government is formed inside Goa, we will give electricity free to all. We have done all this in Delhi and now we will open one school in every village even inside Goa. In Delhi we have opened Mohalla clinics, inside Goa also we will open a clinic inside every village. We will give employment, it will take time to provide employment, but till we do not give employment, we will give unemployment allowance of Rs 3000 every month.

He said that we have improved the condition of government schools in Delhi so much that now students of private schools also go there. We will make similar schools in every village of Goa

Mining will start in six months as soon as AAP government is formed in Goa


Kejriwal had said on Sunday that mining operations would resume within six months as soon as the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government is formed in Goa after the assembly elections due next year.

He said that today Aam Aadmi Party is the only honest party in the country, so people are joining AAP. Corruption is the biggest problem in Goa. Whoever you vote for, changes their side after the election. Only AAP can give honest government in Goa. Meanwhile, Goa Mining People’s Front (GMPF) leader Puti Gaonkar joined AAP in the presence of Kejriwal. Welcoming Gaonkar to AAP, Kejriwal said that I welcome Gaonkar to join AAP. I am glad that a leader like him has joined AAP. This will strengthen the party. Injustice is being done to the people based on mining and the poor.

Significantly, Arvind Kejriwal has reached Goa on Sunday to take stock of the party’s preparations in view of the assembly elections to be held in Goa next year. Earlier, he had visited Goa on November 1. During this, he had promised the people of the state to undertake free pilgrimage if he came to power.

Let us tell you that before the Goa Assembly elections to be held in 2022, this is being considered a big step of the Aam Aadmi Party. The AAP, which entered the assembly elections for the first time in 2017 to establish its roots in Goa, got 57,420 i.e. 6.27 percent votes, although it could not get a single seat. Goa has 40 assembly seats.


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