New Delhi, March 9: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal is back, literally. After disappearing from the limelight for a few days after the voting in Goa and Punjab assembly elections--where the Aam Aadmi Party contested--got over last month, the Delhi CM decided to make his comeback through television advertisements.
In two different TV advertisements, Kejriwal--seen wearing cardigans (although temperatures have shown increase in the last few days in Delhi)--talks about the works carried out by the AAP government in the national capital.
Detailing his government's achievements, the CM claimed that currently the electricity charges in Delhi is lowest compared to states like Karnataka and Gujarat. He added that several mohalla (local) clinics have been opened by his government to help residents in the national capital get access to better health care facilities.
Kejriwal claimed that he has made medicine free in all government hospitals and dispensaries in Delhi. He said that his government took great care in improving government schools in the city for poor children.
These advertisements came out just 48 hours before the polls results of five states--Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur, Goa and Punjab--are scheduled to be declared on March 11. The AAP has contested elections in Punjab and Goa for the first time.