AAP launches social media campaign for polls, wants help of Delhiites
At a press conference on Monday, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal appealed to Delhi residents to promote the party on social media.
A week after the Aam Aadmi Party announced its chief ministerial face for the Punjab polls based on public choice, the party is continuing to look at further public involvement.
At a press conference on Monday, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal appealed to Delhi residents to promote the party on social media. Kejriwal made the appeal as the party launched its social media campaign for the assembly polls in five states.
Kejriwal urged Delhi residents to share videos highlighting his government's work in areas such as school education, health care and public amenities.
Kejriwal even had a 'reward' for the video creators who made the most impact. Kejriwal said that after the polls, he would have dinner with 50 people whose videos had the most viral impact.