On the upcoming first anniversary of Manohar Lal Khattar-led BJP government in Haryana, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has decided to start a statewide agitation against the BJP leaders for their alleged failure to fulfil the promises they made before the assembly elections last year.
Besides, the AAP has decided to make the appointment of its office bearers in the state after the panchayat elections in order to strengthen the party cadre at the booth level. Giving this information, AAP's national executive committee member Naveen Jaihind, who was in Rohtak on Monday under the party's 'Mera Gaon, Mera Desh' campaign, said that the leaders of the ruling BJP had failed to fulfil the promises they made in their election manifesto.
"The AAP has decided to make people aware of the government's failures during its one-year rule in the state," he said.
"AAP volunteers will reach people in urban and rural areas of the state and will appeal them to take written promises from the candidates during the polls in future," he added.
Jaihind said that party volunteers would distribute about one lakh affidavits to make voters aware of their duties and rights.