With PM Modi, drawing first blood, started his campaigning in Delhi Elections 2020 by speaking on CAA-NRC and attacking AAP from Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan. The fight is on between incumbent CM Kejriwal and PM Narendra Modi for Delhi. It seems incumbent CM Kejriwal choosing not to touch contentious issues like CAA-NRC, Article 370, instead choose to be on the safe side. Many surveys showing incumbent CM Kejriwal to be popular in Delhi. The plan seems to tone down on contentious issues and instead concentrate on work done in Delhi. In his close to 27 minutes speech, incumbent CM Kejriwal put the ball rolling for party campaigning in Delhi Assembly Elections 2020.
Launching AAP’s Achievement Report (CM Kejriwal Speech Highlights)
Incumbent CM Kejriwal giving more importance to the achievements launched ‘AAP ka report Card’ on Tuesday (12/24/2019) which emphasized its top 10 achievements in its 5-year rule. He in his speech-giving importance to its achievements in Education, Health, Women empowerment. He highlighted the work done on the Education field, how his government transformed government-run state schools to compete with private schools and put the check on admission fees of private schools. Definitely, a lot of work is done by AAP on the Education front and it was truly reflected in its report.
On the health and Electricity front, he spoke about how the health sector was transformed and no Electricity cut in his 5 years term. He spoke on women’s safety and empowerment, how installing CCTV’s, free public transports for women doing good to women safety.
Honesty was highlighted, how his government was given clean chit from CAG, Delhi police, Income tax department, CBI. Honesty was always a forte for AAP, they stormed the political arena with the word ‘Honesty’.
AAP’s plans about striking on tanker mafia, water issues were highlighted. Further, door- to- door campaigning, mohalla sabha’s, Kejriwal’s seven town halls follow.
All in all, incumbent CM Kejriwal being a ground level leader, it will not be easy to uproot him in Delhi Assembly Elections 2020.