New Delhi, July 5: If you want to ask Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a direct question, you have your opportunity on July 17 (Sunday) at 11 am.
Kejriwal, who also the national convenor of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), will hold an hour-long interactive session with people from across the country through various means like social media, phone calls and text messages. The programme has been named 'Talk to AK'.
The AAP, which is preparing hard to challenge the BJP in Punjab and Goa in the next Assembly election, aims to engage with people directly on lines of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popular radio programme 'Mann Ki Baat'. However, unlike the latter, 'Talk to AK' will not be a monologue.
In case Modi's next episode of 'Mann Ki Baat' is also held on July 17, then there could be a huge clash of audience.
A website, TalkToAK.com will live stream the interaction. Before it, the #TalkToAK live event will be publicised via social media and other platforms. Kejriwal is likely to begin the interaction by speaking about various initiatives taken by the Delhi government and its performance over the past one year.
A phone number will be issued within the next few days for people to connect on the day of the event. People can also ask questions, share ideas and suggestions over Twitter, Facebook besides the website.