Aam Aadmi Party all set to implement its strategies in Haryana
Chandigarh: After the formation of government in Delhi, it is now turn to pay attention to Haryana. Aam Aadmi Party has planned its strategy for Haryana. On Sunday, the Chief Minister of Delhi and party leader Arvind Kejriwal called up a meeting in this regard. The party's National executive member Naveen Jay hind told that now every minister and worker of AAP is focused on Haryana.
From January 1, 2014, recruitment campaign will be started in all the districts of Haryana. Arvind Kejriwal gave the slogan of 'one booth, 100 youth', in order to connect to maximum youth of the state. He said that this recruitment campaign will be held in every village, district and city of Haryana. After the membership drive at booth level, the terms will be formed at block, region, and assembly area and district level.
People will not be allotted any positions during the membership drive. The ministers from other parties willing to join AAP will be addressed as members of the party only. Thereafter, the work done by the person will be compared and he will be given proper position in the party.
Kejriwal said that along with the campaign, the party strategies will also be implemented. A part of the party has been given the responsibility to plan the future strategies for Haryana based on its current political situation. On the basis of these agenda, the party will continue its activities in the state.