Arvind Kejriwal: The Chief Minister of Delhi, revealed a six-point plan on Sunday at the inaugural national conclave of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which includes the party’s MPs, MLAs, and other elected officials, to make India the world’s most powerful nation.
To make India the most populous nation in the world, Kejriwal remarked, “We must forge a coalition of the 130 crore people.”
Arvind Kejriwal is presiding over the party’s first-ever “Rashtriya Janpratinidhi Sammelan,” which will have thorough deliberations on the party’s national expansion strategy in preparation for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
Among other things, the Delhi CM mentioned healthcare, top-notch infrastructure, job stability, and opportunities for women in order to elevate India to the top spot in the globe.
The six ideas that Kejriwal presented at the conclave are as follows:
1) More accessible healthcare services
2) a five-year plan to reduce India’s poverty
3) Every young person has a job
4) Women have security and equal opportunity
5) Top-notch infrastructure
6) Farmers receive full prices for their crops
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All 62 AAP MLAs from Delhi, 92 MLAs from Punjab, two MLAs from Goa, and 10 Rajya Sabha MPs from Delhi and Punjab are present at the national conclave.
The party had previously stated to discuss “Operation Lotus” at the national conclave
The party had previously stated that during the national conclave, the party leaders would discuss the BJP’s “failed attempt” to overthrow the AAP governments in Delhi and Punjab under “Operation Lotus” and develop a plan to “expose the BJP” throughout the nation.