The Aam Aadmi Party led by Arvind Kejriwal recently launched Bijli Andolan in Haryana. The Andolan was launched by Arvind himself from the Panchkula district of Haryana. 

It seems the chief minister of Delhi is trying to strike a deal with Haryana through the bijli Andolan. It is because the chief minister has promised free electricity to the state if the people vote for him in the elections.

The chief minister strengthened his statement by saying that a continuous and free supply of electricity is not an impossible task. If one puts their mind to it, they can provide uninterrupted and free electricity to the people. 

All these discussions happened at an event held in the Panchkula district of Haryana. The chief minister of Punjab Bhagwant Mann was also present at the event showing his support for the Aam Aadmi Party.

Aim of the Bijli Andolan

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According to the chief minister of Delhi, the purpose of the Bijli Andolan is to make the people of Haryana aware of the possibility of a free electricity supply. Under the Bijli Andolan, various politicians of the Aam Aadmi Party will visit different towns and villages of Haryana to educate and inform the people about free and continuous electrical supply.

The leaders and politicians of the political party will talk with the common people of Haryana. They will try to convince them to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party in the upcoming elections to get free electricity.

In the gathering held in the Panchkula district of Haryana, Arvind Kejriwal talked about how his roots are also in Haryana. Hence, he knows the problems of the state from deep within as he has also experienced the same problems. 

According to Kejriwal, electrical supply is one of the major problems of the state. Even today, most villages of the state do not have continuous electrical supply. Through the Bijli Andolan, the chief minister of Delhi will try to solve the issues of electrical supply in Haryana. Whether the Andolan successes in bringing electricity to Haryana remains to be seen.