Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener Arvind Kejriwal will address a public rally here tomorrow. He will speak at the 'Sankalp Sabha' to be held at the Government Science College grounds here. The event will mark the conclusion of 'Badalbo Chhattisgarh Sankalp Yatra'- a campaign launched by AAP's state unit from November last year to garner support of the people to bring change in the assembly elections due by the end of the year. "All preparations have been done to accord a warm welcome to Kejriwal on his maiden visit to Raipur on Sunday," AAP state's convener Sanket Thakur said here today. Kejriwal will arrive at Swami Vivekananda airport in Raipur around 2.20 pm, from where he will proceed to the state guest house. From there, he will leave for the venue, where he will address the rally of party workers and common people from 3.30 pm, Thakur said. "People from across the state are expected to participate in the grand function," he added. The three-phase 'Badalbo Chhattisgarh Sankalp Yatra' was launched by the AAP in the state from November as a part of which door-to-door campaign was carried out across the 90 assembly constituencies of the state. During the campaign, people were informed that the incumbent government's alleged failure to fulfil its promises made to them, he said. "The last phase of the campaign, which has reached the climax, will be concluded with the public meeting of the party's national convener tomorrow," he said. Security has been beefed up here ahead of Kejriwal's visit.
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