Wednesday, 12 January 2022 | PNS | Dehradun
Gearing up for the state assembly elections scheduled for February 14, the deputy chief minister of Delhi and senior leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Manish Sisodia will be on his two-day visit to Uttarakhand from Wednesday. He is scheduled to visit Tehri, Haridwar and Rudrapur on his visit. Informing about his visit, the party’s spokesman Navin Pirshali said that Sisodia is scheduled to arrive at Dehradun airport on Wednesday morning and will immediately depart for Tehri. He said, “Sisodia will address a Press conference in Tehri on January 12 after which, he will start his door to door campaign there.
He will depart for Haridwar the same day and will stay at Shankaracharya Ashram in Kankhal. He will leave for Rudrapur the next day for the door to door visit to interact with the public in Kichha after addressing a Press conference there in the morning. He will leave for Delhi in the evening.” Pirshali said that as stated by the Delhi CM and national convenor of AAP, Arvind Kejriwal during his visits, the party has the expertise in the door to door campaigning during elections and the same is being followed here. Sisodia’s visit will give a boost to AAP workers to focus on the campaign religiously which had immensely helped the party thrice to win the assembly elections of Delhi. All the Covid-19 guidelines will be followed by Sisodia and other party leaders during the campaign, added Pirshali.