Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal began a 22-day 'Jhadu Chalao Yatra' on Sunday which will cover all 70 constituencies. With this, the party aims to reach out to maximum possible people ahead of Delhi Assembly elections.
"During the padyatra, Arvind Kejriwal will visit all the 70 constituencies and directly interact with the people, listen to their problems and discuss solutions," Manish Sisodiya, AAP leader and party spokesperson was quoted as saying.
“AAP has given the slogan of 'Jhadu Chalao Beiman Bhagao' for the yatra to seek support of people for cleansing of the country's political system and get rid of not just the corrupt but corruption too,” Sisodiya said.
"It will start from at 10 AM from Old Chandrawal on Magazine Road in Civil Lines area near Delhi Vidhan Sabha premises tomorrow," he added.