AAP will release its manifesto for the youth of Punjab at Amritsar on July 3, the party’s youth wing chief of the state, Harjot Singh Bains, said on Monday.
“It will be released by AAP’s national convener-cum-Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal,” he said in Phagwara.
Kejriwal will also pay obeisance at Golden Temple and Durgiana mandir on that day, he added.
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Claiming that the manifesto will contain the roadmap for the improvement of the youth in the state, Bains said it will chalk out plans to get them rid of drugs and unemployment, create job avenues, boost sports and industry.
Describing the current scenario in Punjab as “dark and dismal”, Bains said AAP and Kejriwal were the “only hope and silver lining in dark clouds hovering over” the state.
Claiming that the common Punjabi is raring to go to the 2017 Assembly polls to rid the state of the Badals, Bains predicted a sweeping victory for AAP in all the 117 Assembly constituencies.