On Saturday, the Aam Aadmi Party’s Parivartan Yatra was held in Porvorim, Cuncolim, and Shiroda, bolstering the party’s election campaign in the state.
“I have been in company for the last 26 years and I was frustrated with the government because of lack of measures to ease the business,” AAP leader Rietesh Chodankar said during the Parivartan Yatra in Porvorim. There was also a lot of corruption. That’s when I realised we all needed a change, so I took a chance and joined AAP, which is known for its integrity.”
“The Kejriwal Model and the work he has done in Delhi’s education and health sectors have inspired me. In comparison to private schools in Goa, public schools in Delhi offer better facilities. Free power, free quality education, free travel for women, free quality health care, free 20,000 gallons of water, free teertha yatra, and doorstep delivery are all provided by AAP.
“Both the BJP and the Congress have been elected in Cucolim, but there has been little progress. In Chandor and Guirdolim, there is no primary health care facility. Although Cuncolim is a city, the government is attempting to bring healthcare under the Balli primary health centre. If the AAP wins power, I would build a 50-bed urban health centre,” AAP leader Prashant Naik stated.
“Whether through Ladli Laxmi or any other plan, Goenkars have not received any of the financial support that is due,” AAP Goa senior vice president Mahadev Naik stated during the Parivartan Yatra in Shiroda. Why? Because BJP MLAs are just concerned with themselves and do not work for the regular man. In contrast, during his visit, Delhi CM and AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal issued three assurances and four commitments to taxi companies.”