Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal is all set to kickstart its party campaign for upcoming Lok Sabha elections by holding a rally at Haryana’s Rohtak on Sunday.
The AAP chief Kejriwal will address a rally at HUDA Ground in Rohtak, which is being represented by Deepender Singh Hooda, son of Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
Kejriwal, who recently resigned as the Delhi Chief Minister, and Yadav, too, hail from Haryana, the Congress-ruled state where AAP is looking to expand its base.
It’s now just over a week since the 49-day Delhi government fell, but the fledgling party is revving the momentum it generated to try and take it from Delhi’s Civil Lines to the Capital’s Raisina Hill. More importantly, the AAP appears ready for the metamorphosis it requires even as it again changes the rules of the game and others scramble to catch up.
The transition from Delhi to India will also require the party to take a stance on several issues they had thus far sidestepped.
(With PTI Inputs)