AAP launches pan-India 'Modi hatao, Desh Bachao' poster campaign
The campaign was aimed at sending a message across the nation that promises made by the BJP to citizens "have not been fulfilled yet"
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) launched a poster campaign with the slogan "Modi Hatao, Desh Bachao" on Thursday and banners in several languages have been put up across 22 states, the party's Delhi unit convener Gopal Rai said.
Rai said the campaign was aimed at sending a message across the nation that promises made by the BJP to citizens "have not been fulfilled yet".
"This campaign aims at sending the message across the nation about how the BJP has failed to fulfil its promises. Promises made to farmers have not been fulfilled yet. Instead of resolving the problems, the BJP is just trying to end democracy. So far, 22 states have put up these posters in different languages," he said.
The senior AAP leader alleged that the Centre has been attempting to "curtail the independence" of investigative agencies and "shattering faith" in the judicial processes.
"The PM's insistence on holding onto office without oppositional challenge is a threat to India's democratic system and Constitution. The central government has been attempting to curtail the independence of investigative agencies and shattering faith in judicial processes," Rai said.
Rai further said that from April 10, similar posters would be put up at universities across the nation to make students aware about the campaign.
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