Poor performances in Punjab and Goa Assembly polls,has made AAP change its strategy of directly attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi and has decided to focus on “positive campaign” as it faces the MCD municipal polls.
The AAP leader said attacking Modi directly during the MCD polls campaign may backfire.
In the recent Assembly election in Punjab, AAP could win 20 of 117 seats, while drew a blank in 40-member Goa Assembly.
In its MCD campaign, the party will focus on subsidies on electricity and water, “internationally acclaimed” mohalla clinics and the “revolution” in the education sector.
During a rally at Matiala in west Delhi and Nangloi in north-west Delhi, the CM talked about the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and BJP-led MCDs’ “inability” to deal with problem of sanitation in the city.
The attack this time was on the Election Commission over alleged tampering of Electronic Voting Machines.
“Every election has a different strategy. Taking Modi head on is an integral part of party’s strategy. It may have been altered for this MCD polls, but not for too long,” the AAP leader said.