New Delhi: The Delhi unit of BJP’s youth wingtoday launched a campaign here to corner the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for “not fulfilling” the promises it made to youth in run-up to assembly elections in 2015.
The Bharatiya Janta Yuva Morcha (BJYM) launched ‘I Feel Betrayed’ campaign with the formation of a human chain near the Delhi University’s North Campus.
The BJYM distributed a phone number among the students and asked them to give a missed call on it if they felt “betrayed” by the Arvind Kejriwal government.
“There is widespread resentment among youth against Arvind Kejriwal for not fulfilling the electoral promises like free WiFi, setting up 20 new colleges and 500 new schools, installing 15 lakh CCTV cameras and deployment of marshals in buses. The youth today feels betrayed,” Delhi BJYM president Sunil Yadav claimed.
A dedicated mobile number is being given to the people especially youth so that they can lodge their protest against the “non fulfilment” of electoral promises by AAP government, he said.
Gearing up for the MCD polls, scheduled to be held in April, BJP and its various wings have launched a focused attack on AAP government, charging it of not fulfilling promises made by it before coming to power in Delhi.
BJYM will take the campaign among youth in all corners of the city through meetings near markets, malls, colleges and Metro stations, Yadav added. PTI
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