AAP will contest elections for Uttar Pradesh assembly in 2022, says Kejriwal | Indian News

NEW DELHI: Party country convener Aam Aadmi and Delhi Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal today announced that the party will oppose Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh in 2022.
He said his party would seek votes in Uttar Pradesh on the Delhi model of governance.
He offered free electricity, world-class schools and hospitals as some of the main promises by which his party will fight against the vote.
“Aam Aadmi Party will contest elections in Uttar Pradesh. Our people neighboring state who lived in Delhi approached me and asked me to contest elections in the state. We want to give the same facilities that we have given to the people of Delhi. The people of Delhi are tired of the same old festivals, ”Kejriwal said.
We want to make the country’s largest state the most developing state in the country, Kejriwal said.
On Monday, Kejriwal also hailed the inaugural victory of his party Goa Zilla Panchayat elections that marked the party’s first electoral history in the coastal state.
The AAP opened its account in Hanzel Fernandes who won a Benaulim chair in South Goa.