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Ahead of Delhi polls, BJYM launches campaign to connect with young voters on campuses

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Ahead of the Assembly election in Delhi, the BJP's youth wing has launched a campaign to connect with young voters on campuses and make them aware about "failures" of the Arvind Kejriwal government.

As part of the campaign, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) activists interacted with students at North Campus of Delhi University on Thursday.

Senior BJP leader Vijender Gupta and former Delhi minister Kapil Mishra took part in the campaign, titled "#I_Feel_Betrayed".

"The campaign is aimed at interacting with youths and students on campuses across the city to make them aware about failures of the Kejriwal government. It will continue till mid-January," BJYM's Delhi unit president Sunil Yadav said.

Gupta alleged that "development is stuck under the AAP dispensation as it is busy in self-promotion through heavy expenditure on advertisements."

He said that during the campaign BJYM activists also highlighted major achievements of the Narendra Modi government.

Ahead of the Assembly election slated for early next year, the Yuva Morcha is planning to conduct more such campaign, Yadav said.

The BJYM has already launched 'AAP ke Paap' (sins of AAP) and 'Main Hu Delhi' (I am Delhi) campaigns as part of which its members are holding street-corner meetings and interacting with 100 prominent youngsters in each of the 70 Assembly constituencies in Delhi.

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First Published: Thu, December 12 2019. 21:00 IST