Vishwas, the 43-year-old poet-turned-politician, said the AAP would mark the end of dynastic politics in Amethi through his 'Jan Vishwas' rally.
"Winning or losing is not important, we have challenged corruption in Amethi," Vishwas told Times Now ahad of the rally.
Kumar Vishwas said the AAP would bring an end to dynastic politics in Amethi
Vishwas, though hasn't been officially declared the AAP candidate from Amethi, his nomination from the constituency, which has been a stronghold of the Gandhis, is certain now for the Lok Sabha elections due in some months.
Security was beefed up at the venue ahead of the rally. A few days ago, the AAP's office in Kaushambi in Ghaziabad in UP was attacked by right-wing forces in the wake of a controversial statement made by its leader Prashant Bhushan on holding referendum on army's deployment in Kashmir.