Launching a campaign called ‘Ek Mauka Kejriwal Ko', he asked people from the national capital to make videos of development work done for them and the welfare of the city by the AAP government, and appeal to people of poll-bound states to vote for the party.
"From health, education to infrastructure, Delhi has developed a lot since the AAP took charge.
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