AAP’s commendable efforts towards improving Delhi have managed to gain people’s trust and resource as an innovative voter-led campaign is gathering funds for the party with every retweet.
Few days back, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal talking about the registry of houses in unauthorized colonies. Along with it, he also appealed Delhi people to come forward and help AAP government in the upcoming 2020 Delhi Legislative Assembly elections.
In a public meeting in Burari, Delhi, he said his party does not have the money to fight the 2020 Delhi state elections.
In the last 5 years, they did not earn a penny and do not have the money to fight the election.
Kejriwal further added that it is the Delhi people who have to fight the election for him and his party.
Kejriwal’s appeal emotionally connected him not only with the people in Delhi but across India. People find him and his party trustworthy, honest and reliable. Moreover, his way of good governance, clear and transparent politics has fascinated and inspired the people, especially the youths.
AAP Funding Campaign on Twitter
Mona Ambegaonkar, an actress, solely started a unique style of funding on Twitter. So, with every like, retweet, and comment, she is going to donate Rs 1, Rs 2, and Rs 3 respectively to AAP. AAP twitter funding campaign initiative took a turn when other people also started this initiative along with her. Ambegaokar also attacked BJP and PM Modi for their #ElectoralBondScam that surfaced as a new breed of corruption in political funding.