Mangaluru, July 16, 2016: The AAP, Aam Aadmi Party, is set to hold ’Talk to AK’, an interactive programme on July 17 from 11 am onwards.
The programme begins on July 17 at 11 am and people can interact with the CM through telephone, SMS, website, Twitter or Facebook.
Arvind Kejriwal will be available for dialogue on call to 011-23392999. Questions can be submitted by logging in to www.talktoak.com or sent by SMS to 8130344141. Any queries can be tweeted to @talktoak_ handle.
On Facebook, queries can be posted on: https://www.facebook.com/TalkToAK
The programme will enable people to interact with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. This was announced by AAP State Co Convener and DK and Udupi district in-charge Shanthala Damle while addressing media persons in Mangaluru on July 15, Friday.
Damle said that people may discuss with Kejriwal regarding the present status of the nation and ways that can be approached for the benefit of common man. "It will not be a monologue like the PM’s ’Mann Ki Baat’," he said. Damle informed that Kejriwal will take questions on current affairs and all social topics.
In Udupi: Rohan Siri, the Aam Aadmi Party Udupi district leader, said that Arvind Kejriwal has emerged as the leader of the new revolutionary politics in India.
"This was following the 2011-12 Anti Corruption Movement, in which he accepted a challenge to him and formed the Aam Aadmi Party which became a beacon of hope for ordinary people," reminisced Siri.
Speaking to the media, Siri said that Arvind Kejriwal managed to win an unprecedented 67 of the 70 seats contested in Delhi and went on to become the Chief Minister.
Siri said that revolutionising the fields of education and Health, AAP government headed by Kejriwal has gained huge support from people all over the country. This has earned him a tag of "People’s CM" and has made him a leader of common man all across the nation.
Siri said that Kejriwal is striving to provide an honest alternative in politics to the common man apart from the traditionally corrupt politics of BJP, Congress and other regional parties.
AAP is all set to contest elections in Punjab and Goa in 2017 and in Karnataka in 2018 without resorting to religion, caste or money power. AAP would also contest the local bodies’ polls in the next elections, Siri added.