New Delhi: Aiming to reach out to maximum possible people ahead of Delhi Assembly elections, Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal will start a 22-day 'Jhadu Chalao Yatra' from Sunday covering all 70 constituencies.
"During the padyatra, Arvind Kejriwal will visit all the 70 constituencies and directly interact with the people, listen to their problems and discuss solutions," Manish Sisodia, AAP leader and party spokesperson said.
AAP has given the slogan of 'Jhadu Chalao Beiman Bhagao' for the yatra to seek support of people for cleansing of the country's political system and get rid of not just the corrupt but corruption too, Sisodiya said.
"It will start at 10 am from Old Chandrawal on Magazine Road in Civil Lines area near Delhi Vidhan Sabha premises tomorrow," he said.
Kejriwal aims to cover Chandni Chowk Assembly Matia Mahal and Ballimaran constituencies tomorrow.
The AAP leader, whose party according to some opinion polls is expected to win between 18-25 seats in the December 4 elections, along with the party candidate will hold road shows every morning.
Kejriwal aims to cover a maximum of four assembly constituencies and minimum of two on a given day.
The yatra would culminate on December 1, three days ahead of elections wherein the AAP leader would be visiting New Delhi, RK Puram, Rajinder Nagar and Delhi Cantonment assembly constituencies.
Sisodia said that the AAP rally would be unlike BJP's rally in which crores of rupees were spent to make it a hi-tech rally.
The campaign would start from 10 am and end by 10 pm each day, the AAP leader said.