Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal arrived in Gujarat on a one-day visit today. Kejriwal went straight from the airport to the Circuit House. He met leaders and workers of the Aam Aadmi Party here. After that, he went to the party office. During this, Kejriwal said that in the assembly elections to be held in 2022, the Aam Aadmi Party will contest on all the seats. He said that the party has already started preparing for contesting the elections.
Addressing the press conference, Kejriwal said that in view of the expectation of the people of the state, the workers and leaders of AAP have started preparing for the elections and in the upcoming elections, the party has decided to contest all the 182 seats. Kejriwal said that the people of Gujarat think that if the system of electricity, water, and hospitals can be good in Delhi then why can't it be here. I want to assure the people here that if the Aam Aadmi Party government is formed in the upcoming elections, then things will change here too. The condition of the hospitals here did not improve in 70 years, but soon the situation will change.
This will be the second time that Kejriwal has reached Gujarat. He had earlier gone to Surat in February, where his party, which was fielded for the first time in the local body elections, emerged as the main opposition party. The Aam Aadmi Party had won 27 of the 120-member Surat Municipal Corporation. The preparations for the assembly elections have started from the party side. On Kejriwal's arrival in Ahmedabad, Gujarat AAP unit convener Gopal Latalia said that only one voice is rising from every corner of Gujarat "Now Gujarat will change!