New Delhi, Nov 15: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal today launched the Delhi Dialogue campaign, ahead of the upcoming assembly polls in the national capital. The former Delhi chief minister said he will make amends for the ‘wrongdoings’ during his last tenure and also pledged to create 8,00,000 jobs for the youth in 5 years, if voted to power.
Addressing a gathering at Jantar Mantar, Arvind Kejriwal said “the Aam Aadmi Party would create eight lakh jobs and train 10 lakh youth in next five years”.
The AAP convener also promised to better the sports infrastructure by building stadia in the city.
“I had gone to a village (in Delhi) where there was no stadium. The villagers said they had land but no stadium. I asked them to give us land so that it can be turned into stadia,” he said. He said all sports grounds in government schools would be opened to budding sportspersons for training.
Delhi is all set to go for assembly elections after President dissolved the state assembly on the report of LG Najeeb Jung, which said that none of the principal parties were interested in forming a government in the state. (Source- www.newsroompost.com)