AAP To Contest All 403 Assembly Seats In 2022 UP Polls

AAP To Contest All 403 Assembly Seats In 2022 UP Polls

Lucknow, Aug 31 (TNA) The Aam Aadmi Party will field candidates on all 403 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh, party leader Sanjay Singh announced on Tuesday. The organization is preparing to fight the 2022 elections with full force, he said while exhorting booth level workers to fan out among people and prepare for the crucial polls.

Sanjay Singh said that in the meantime AAP's Tricolor Sankalp Yatra will be taken out in 403 assemblies across the state. Through this we want to convey the real nationalism, he said while adding that our nationalism is that every poor child should get better schools to study, like Mohalla clinics, every village should have better hospitals.

There should be light in the house of the poor, 300 units of electricity should be available free, the dream of the best school like Delhi should also be fulfilled in Uttar Pradesh, the Rajya Sabha lawmaker said.

We don't want cremation-making ideology, Bharatiya Janata Party made crematoriums in every village in the Corona epidemic, in 2017 they had said that they would build a crematorium in village-village, he said.

Sanjay Singh also said that under the rule of the present government in UP, there have been many such incidents which have hurt the pride of the tricolor. Everyday incidents of rape against daughters are heard here. Instead of providing justice, the government forcibly burns the victim's body in the dark of night.

He further targeted the Yogi government for corruption and scams during the Corona period. During the Corona period, this government, which scammed in the name of oximeter, thermometer, oxygen cylinder, was busy donating in the name of Ram temple when people were dying in the second wave. The resolve that Manish Sisodia will take during these visits to overthrow this government, which steals water of common man in Jal Jeevan Mission, will usher in new politics in the state by overthrowing this incompetent government.

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