Volunteers of the Ludhiana wing of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday pledged that they would go to the people of the district spreading messages of Arvind Kejriwal to unite the common man, and would soon present a strong platform in Ludhiana.
The volunteers took the pledge at an open meeting of the party 'Jansabha' held at Rakh Bagh here. Hundreds of volunteers participated in the meeting.
AAP Punjab convener Harjot Singh Bains said the citizens were entirely disappointed by every political party, especially by widespread corruption and high inflation.
He said the first target of AAP would be the Delhi Assembly elections to be held in November later this year. The party would be contesting on all 70 seats, of which 11 candidates were already announced after a long scrutiny and interview, he added.
He said Kejriwal, national convener of AAP, would be contesting against Shiela Dikshit, Delhi chief minister, from the New Delhi constituency.
Meanwhile, the party categorically announced that no tickets would be given to the candidates having criminal background and two tickets would not be given to a single family.