LAST UPDATED: March 15, 2021, 2:12 p.m.
New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Atishi welcomed Dheeraj Chabra, son of prominent social worker, Jagdish Chabra to the party on Sunday.
The event took place at Dheeraj Chabra’s residence at Jaggi wali Gali. It’s noteworthy that Jaggi Wali Gali has been named after Dheeraj’s father Jagdish Chabra.
“Delhi hasn’t seen a CM like Arvind Kejriwal, who understands the problems of the lower middle-class families,” the AAP MLA said.
On Sunday, 52 members of the Gurjar community also joined the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) under the leadership of the AAP’s Kalkaji Mandal secretary Sunil Chaudhary.
The new AAP members included Ritu Verma, Dharmavir, Yogesh Besoya, Parveen Chaudhary, Parveen Chaudhary, Ratanpali, Ramesh Chadha, Rahul Badiya, Mai Chand, Lalita Devi, Besoya Bhai, Dharam Vir, Ravi Chauhan, Yogita, Rita and Irshad Bhai, all being local residents of Garhi Village.
“The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) encourages diverse representation from the youth, including leaders from the Gurjar community, lower middle-class families and small business owners,” Atishi said.
The Delhi government’s transformational policies and citizen-friendly interventions like 24×7 free electricity, free water, accessible healthcare and quality education have shaped the decision of the 52 new AAP joinees. The direct and positive impact of the AAP model of governance has motivated youth leaders to unite with the party.
Addressing the gathering in Gali no. 3, Atishi thanked the residents for their heartening support
“Delhi has never seen a CM like Arvind Kejriwal, who not only understands the problems of the common man but also addresses them with policies like 24×7 supply of free electricity, uninterrupted water supply, free quality govt. healthcare and education. This is the reason why so many people across Delhi are joining the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), towards progressive people-oriented politics,” the AAP MLA said.
“The AAP represents the voice of the people of Delhi and initiates inclusive and honest reforms in their communities,” she added.