AAP’s D2D campaign continues across J&K; volunteers brief Delhi model

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Aug 14: The Door to Door (D2D) campaign launched by Aam Aadmi Party in Jammu and Kashmir is going on with full political zeal and enthusiasm with fifty thousand and seventy three houses have been covered so far in first five days of the campaign.
According to Aam Aadmi Party spokesperson, the campaign was launched on 9th of August with an aim to put forth policies of AAP before people of Jammu and Kashmir who are having high expectations with party to end the prevailing era of uncertainty and chaos from this UT which is revolving around misgovernance, rising unemployment, poor development pace, scams and deteriorating security situation.
In this campaign, selected volunteers of party have reached 50,073 houses in first five days and held meetings with family members briefing them about AAPs model of development which is not only receiving massive public support but is also getting international recognition.
” AAP volunteers are explaining in details the Delhi Model of Development to people which is now regarded as best model of development.” party said.
The common masses are also being motivated to join AAP and to be a part of democratic and social reforms in Jammu and Kashmir like other parts of the country.
The Party further said that only AAP can bring an end to the uncertainty and chaos in Jammu and Kashmir.