With barely four days to go for its first mega-event outside Delhi, the AAP is gearing up for its big rally. The district unit had its first meeting on Wednesday.
The rally, slated to be held at the Sector-6 ground near the new bus stand, will see the party's national convener and former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal would address it. The party has called for teachers, doctors, lawyers, businessmen, industrialists and unions to "make their contribution to change the system for the better."
The party has invited its Lok Sabha candidates to make the rally a success.
AAP executive member Navin Jaihind, state committee members Baljeet Jaihind, Rajinder Chaudhary and DR Chaudhary attended the meet.
Local leaders, meanwhile, will not join the former Delhi chief minister on the dias. Sources say that the step was taken to avoid the disenchantment among party workers. The rally will mark the beginning of the party's national campaign for Lok Sabha polls.