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AAP launches a month-long membership campaign in Haryana


The Aam Aadmi Party launched a massive membership drive in Haryana on Saturday. The party aims to enroll 10 lakh members in the coming month. The launch event was attended by Sushil Gupta, senior AAP leader and party leader of Haryana affairs, and other top party leaders.

“Our goal is to enroll 10 lakh new members within a month,” Gupta told reporters.

“Every employee of the party will go to every village and every district. In the coming month, the Aam Aadmi Party’s policies will be distributed to every citizen of the country. All 90 constituencies will be covered by party workers,” added AAP leader Anurag Dhanda.

Also, people can give a missed call on mobile number 76500-88000 to become an active member.

Dhanda said the party was striving to build a strong organizational structure in Haryana. The development is ahead of next year’s polls.

Gupta stressed that AAP is the only viable alternative in Haryana’s political scene, where people want good education, better health facilities, corruption-free governance and good job opportunities.

He lashed out at the BJP-JJP government in the state, saying that crime, drug addiction and unemployment in the state have increased under its rule.

Joanna Swanson

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