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Kejriwal to hold road show in Gujarat after AAP's gains in civic body polls

Kejriwal will hold a road show on February 26 in Gujarat, where his party registered impressive gains in the civic body poll

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Arvind Kejriwal | Aam Aadmi Party | Gujarat

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addresses as he launches 'Yuddh, Pradushan Ke Viruddh', mega anti-pollution campaign in New Delhi on Monday.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister and AAP convenor will hold a road show on February 26 in Gujarat, where his party registered impressive gains in the civic body polls.

In a tweet in Hindi, the (AAP) chief thanked the people of for ushering in an era of "new politics" in the state.

Party leaders said Kejriwal will hold a road show in Surat, where the AAP has won 27 seats in the municipal polls.

"AAP National Convenor Shri @ArvindKejriwal will visit on 26th Feb, 2021. He will thank the people of for believing in AAP's Model of Development, in a grand Road Show," a tweet from the official handle of the AAP said.

The AAP, which had fielded 470 candidates across six corporations, won 27 seats in Surat. Its workers celebrated the poll results by cutting cakes.

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First Published: Tue, February 23 2021. 19:39 IST