Gujarat Election 2022: After March 1, Arvind Kejriwal will pay your electricity bill, watch this video
Arvind Kejriwal is saying in the video that first of all we will work to reduce inflation, due to which the public is suffering.
Gujarat Election 2022: Campaigning for the assembly elections in Gujarat has intensified. In this sequence, the Aam Aadmi Party ie 'AAP' has given its full strength. This time, along with Congress and BJP, AAP is also in the electoral fray in the state, due to which the contest has become interesting and triangular. AAP's convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is campaigning in Gujarat and reiterating his promises to the people. A video of this has also surfaced in which he is seen talking to people regarding electricity.
It is seen in the video that Arvind Kejriwal, who has come to campaign for the Gujarat Assembly elections, is saying that we will reduce inflation. Kejriwal is saying in the video that first of all we will work to reduce inflation, due to which the public is suffering. He said that even the expenses of the house do not work. Everything is getting expensive. After March 1, you will not need to pay your electricity bill. Your brother will pay your electricity bill.
દિલ્હી અને પંજાબમાં જે રીતે વીજળી બિલ શૂન્ય કર્યા તેવી જ રીતે ગુજરાતમાં પણ કરીશું.!@ArvindKejriwal #EkMokoKejriwalNe #GujaratElections2022 pic.twitter.com/x4fKP7IVRQ— AAP Gujarat | Mission2022 (@AAPGujarat) November 7, 2022
Kejriwal gave example of Punjab and Delhi
Arvind Kejriwal is seen saying in the video that we have a government in Delhi. There electricity comes for 24 hours and the electricity bill comes to zero. He said that we have a government in Punjab. There is 24 hours electricity. There also the electricity bill comes to zero. After March 1, there will be 24 hours electricity in Gujarat and the electricity bill will be zero.
Elections for 89 seats in the first phase on December 1
Let us discuss here that out of the total 182 assembly seats of Gujarat, in the first phase, 89 seats will go to polls on December 1, while the remaining 93 seats will go to polls on December 5. Counting of votes will be done on December 8, after which a new government will be formed in the state. This time apart from the Congress and the BJP, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is also making a difference in the Gujarat Assembly elections. AAP's national convener Arvind Kejriwal has already said that his party will field candidates on all seats in Gujarat.