New Delhi, May 16: Even though Assembly Elections in Punjab will be held next year, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is leaving no stone unturned to win another state after its landslide victory in Delhi Assembly Polls. Recently, AAP leader Kumar Vishwas wrote and sang 'Ek Nasha' song that created upraor in Punjab's politics. After Vishwas, AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal also sang a song ahead of Punjab polls.
AAP has released a video on its Facebook page in which Delhi chief minister sang a paraphrased version of the famous song of Kishore Kumar, "Aa chal ke tujhe main leke chalun, ek aise gagan ke tale…" from the 1964 film, Door Gagan ki Chhaon Mein. What interesting about the video is the use of 'aap' word in the song. Does he mean 'aap = you' or does he mean 'aap = AAP'?
Like the Kumar Vishwas video, in which he sang about the prevailing drug menace in Punjab, Arvind Kejriwal's video is also going viral on social platforms. The video, in which Kejriwal showed his singing talent, has received unprecedented reception within the state.
In Punjab, chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal led government is facing anti-incumbency. Several leaders of the ruling Akali Dal have been accused of involving in drug racket making the party unpopular in the state. Buoyed by its victory in Delhi, AAP is putting its efforts to make inroads in Punjab.
Source :- india.com