New Delhi, May 1: AAP will this month release its "blueprint" for the youth and farmers of Punjab, giving details of the work it's government would undertake if the party is elected to power in the state where Assembly polls are due next year.
"In the first week of May, we are releasing our blueprint for the youth and by the second week of this month, we will release a blueprint for farmers, giving details of the work we intend to undertake if elected to power,"
AAP's Punjab co-convenor Durgesh Pathak has said. On the lines of 'Delhi Dialogue', the party had last month started its 'Bolda Punjab Punjab Dialogue' initiative to finalise its manifesto for the Assembly polls in the state.
AAP has said 'Delhi Dialogue' had played a crucial role in the Assembly polls in the national capital and highlighted vital issues other than free water, electricity and corruption.
It said the free wi-fi concept had become an instant hit with the youth of Delhi and a dialogue with traders also played a crucial role in garnering their support.