The Aam Aadmi Party has declared that they will run candidates in each of the 224 Karnataka Assembly seats in the next upcoming elections in the state. The candidates will be revealed within the first week of March.
Atishi, a party official and a Delhi MLA, assured the media that Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, will begin his campaigning in the State soon. She also said that Namma Clinic is a copycat concept of the Aam Aadmi Party Mohalla Clinic.
In Karnataka, just 430 Namma Clinics have been established, compared to 500 in Delhi. In Delhi, the AAP-founded Mohalla Clinics provide 400 diagnostic tests, but just 15 in Karnataka. It is a poor copy of the AAP project. Delhi and now Punjab are the only States offering free electricity power under the Aam Aadmi government.
People dislike imitations. Even if other parties could make similar claims, only AAP has fulfilled their demands. She requested the people of Karnataka to vote for the AAP because it is an honest party that has performed well. According to Ms. Atishi, the Kejriwal-led administration has set aside 25% of its budget for education, compared to the Karnataka government’s allocation of only 12%.