Arvind Kejriwal, convenor of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Delhi Chief Minister, has been called for to be the candidate for prime minister ahead of the India (I.N.D.I.A.) coalition summit to be held in Mumbai. If you ask me, Arvind Kejriwal should run for prime minister, said AAP national spokesperson Priyanka Kakkar.
AAP Highlights Achievements and Public Concerns
Arguing in favor of CM Kejriwal’s candidature for the post of Prime Minister, AAP spokesperson told news agency ANI, “Despite such backbreaking inflation, inflation is the lowest in the national capital Delhi. Free water, free education, free electricity, free for women. Bus tours, free pilgrimage for the elderly, yet a surplus budget has been presented.” Arvind Kejriwal, according to Kakkar, has emerged as a contender to Prime Minister Modi by persistently bringing up concerns affecting the public. Arvind Kejriwal speaks aloud about anything, regardless of his academic background.
Kejriwal’s Economic and Educational Promises
AAP spokesperson said, “Prime Minister Modi does not have an economic vision. Manufacturing here has gone into minus. Under the vision of Arvind Kejriwal, India will be a manufacturing hub. The license raj will end. There will be good opportunities for businessmen to do business. Education It will be so good that children will think of inventing. People from abroad will spend dollars and come to study in India. We want such an India.”