Eye on Delhi polls, AAP begins 'Delhi Dialogue'

New Delhi, Nov. 12 (ANI): Seeking to woo the voters ahead of the assembly polls, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday announced that his party was beginning a 'Delhi Dialogue' to interact with people from different walks of life.

"We are beginning 'Delhi Dialogue' campaign wherein our teams will interact with people from different walks of life in Delhi. Our team will interact with the people in Delhi and accordingly work towards making a Delhi of their dreams," Kejriwal told a press conference here.

AAP leaders Ashish Khetan, Adarsh Shastri, Meera Sanyal and Preeti Sharma Menon would lead the 'Delhi Dialogue' team.

Kejriwal also said that his party would, based on the interactions, prepare a 50-point blueprint detailing how the lives of the city residents can be improved.

"Our team will interact with experts as well as common people and include their points in our blueprint. We will announce the points that were raised every week in a function. The first such programme will be held on November 15 which will address the aspirations and problems of the youth," he added.

The AAP is seeking to reinvent itself and connect with the masses once again after its miserable show in the Lok Sabha elections this year. The party is now hoping for a repeat of its stunning show in the Delhi elections last year where it won 28 seats and went on to form the government that lasted for 49 days. (ANI)