AAP highlights its false projections for Delhi in Punjab

“Ahead of assembly polls in Punjab, AAP is on a massive advertising spree for self-promotion. Post budget presentation in Delhi; AAP government has been making false projections to gain cheap publicity and they now they cleverly trying to take mileage out of that in Punjab.”


 Ahead of Delhi assembly polls, Aam Aadmi Party convener and now Delhi CM, Arvind Kejriwal came out with an impressive 70-point manifesto. Never in the Indian history, any political party would have promised so many freebies in its manifesto. AAP created utopian image and illusive world for Delhi voters and they succeeded in their dubious agenda, which was reflected in Delhi elections.

Adopting same strategy for Punjab

Arvind Kejriwal who belongs to Haryana, claims to be knowing Punjab better than any other political leaders of the state. Riding high on confidence level, nothing is proving a deterrent to Kejriwal in claiming clean sweep in elections. Even clear absence of grass root workers and leadership could stop him from claiming to turn around state within months of coming to power.


For someone whom it is even difficult to understand a diverse state like Punjab, only God knows, how he would be able to eradicate various issues crippling the state. Perhaps he has found a magical wand!

Although elections are around ten months away but he has adopted the same strategy in Punjab and started selling dreams to Punjabi voters. And, in a clever move to deceive voters of Punjab, AAP government is highlighting its projections laid out on financial budget in Punjab.

What has Delhi’s achievements to do in Punjab?

Failed to deliver any of the pre-poll promises, Arvind Kejriwal led Delhi government started advertising their self-proclaimed achievements as a cover-up to their misdeeds. Now they are highlighting their so-called achievements in Punjab through advertising. But, the crucial question arises – what has Delhi’s achievements to do in Punjab?


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