Goa: Aam Aadmi Party leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is making several promises to the people of Goa in an attempt to tarnish the prospects of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party and the opposition Congress in the upcoming Goa Assembly elections. On a two-day visit to Goa that began on Sunday, Kejriwal promised to improve the state’s government schools, build mohalla clinics and provide free electricity to domestic consumers up to a certain number of units.
Residents of Moxi village in Porim assembly constituency overheard the AAP national convener saying that if his party comes to power in the next state elections, it will change the face of education in the region.
“We have improved the condition of government schools in Delhi to the extent that private school students attend.” “We will build such schools in every village of Goa,” Kejriwal promised the Moxi villagers. “Like in Delhi, every village in Goa will have a mohalla clinic providing free medicines, tests, consultations and electricity.” “Employment will take time, meanwhile, a monthly unemployment allowance of Rs 3000 will be provided,” the AAP leader promised, reiterating his earlier statements.