Aam Aadmi Party is setting the agenda for the upcoming Karnataka assembly elections. BJP is also promising Namma Clinic on the lines of Delhi’s Mohalla Clinics and Congress promising 200 units of free electricity as has been implemented in the national capital. AAP will fight in all 224 assembly constituencies across the state in the election, which is less than three months away. The list of candidates would be announced in the first week of March. AAP said that people do not want a copycat version of the Delhi model of governance and want the original. Hence, the party has decided to fight the election in Karnataka with all its vigour. Party said the BJP and the Congress are poor copycats in implementing schemes. BJP has been in power for the past three-and-half years. It is only at the brink of assembly polls that it is promising to implement the ‘Namma Clinics’ based on the Mohalla Clinic model of Delhi, the AAP leader claimed. If BJP were serious about providing high-quality healthcare, why has it not been done all these years? It goes to show that a copycat is only a copycat,” AAP leader charged.
AAP questioned Congres’s promise of 200 units of free electricity.
AAP wondered why the BJP made a promise of 24,000 classes under the Viveka scheme in Karnataka at the end of its tenure. The question is why they were not built in the last five years. BJP has been in power, they have the budget and yet you have not built them,” AAP sought to know. The AAP leader said the Congress is promising 200 units of free electricity if voted to power, which is similar to AAP’s scheme, which has already been implemented in Delhi. AAP challenged the Congress that the people of Karnataka will believe the party’s promise of free electricity; if it gives free electricity in the states where it is in power such as Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, and Himachal Pradesh before the date of the Karnataka assembly elections.