UP Polls 2022: AAP promises free electricity to farmers, entire rebate on old bills, free electricity up to 300 units

Shobhit Kalra
Updated on: 2021-09-16T13:51:53+05:30
UP Polls 2022: AAP promises free electricity to farmers, entire rebate on old bills,  free electricity up to 300 units
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UP Polls 2022: AAP promises free electricity to farmers, entire rebate on old bills, free electricity up to 300 units

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Lucknow: Marking its entry in the Uttar Pradesh, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), on Thursday, comes up with luring schemes for the people of the state ahead of the assembly elections 2022.

A press conference, held by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia along with AAP's state head and MP Sanjay Singh here, is aimed to float party's apparent manifesto for the UP assembly elections 2022. AAP has promised to give entire rebate on the old electricity bills for every households if Aam Aadmi Party forms its government in the state.

Manish Sisodia said, "In 21st century, electricity is no more a luxury, it is a need. If AAP forms government, just throw away your old eletricity bills as we will give entire rebate on it."

Saying further, Sisodia said, "Every household will get free electricity up to 300 units. Farmers will get free electricity without any cap."

AAP held a Tiranga Yatra in Ayodhya on Tuesday to sound the election bigul in the political landscape of Uttar Pradesh head of the 2022 assembly polls.

In the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, AAP contested 77 seats and lost deposits on 76 seats. In the 2019 Lok Sabha election, the party failed to open its account and all its candidates lost their deposits. Sisodia, however, cleared that the party will contest on all 403 seats and there will be no alliance with any other party.

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit Kalra

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Shobhit Kalra is giving his services in the field of Journalism from past 10 years. He holds the position of Chief Sub Editor at Newstrack and is a tech freak.

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