AAP CHIEF Arvind Kejriwal Sunday promised a free pilgrimage scheme for people from different communities in Uttarakhand if his party comes to power in next year's Assembly elections.
Under the free pilgrimage scheme, Hindus will be sent to Ayodhya, Muslims to Ajmer Sharif, and the Sikhs to Kartarpur Sahib, he announced at a press conference in Haridwar.
The Delhi Chief Minister also spoke with auto and taxi drivers during the day, asking them to give an opportunity to AAP and promising they would forget all other parties”.
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