New Delhi, June 22: Trying out a different approach in Punjab, AAP said that it would release the party's manifesto first and then declare the candidates for the Punjab Assembly elections scheduled next year.
The party had earlier said that it would give tickets to candidates by June. However now they have decided to release the manifesto first.
Party convenor and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal will release the manifesto on July 3.
On the other hand, AAP is looking to fight unemployment, drug abuse and price rise in the state. AAP is looking to repeat its Delhi victory in Punjab in the Assembly polls scheduled early next year. The party has been vigourously campaigning in the state.
AAP has already launched its door-to-door campaign in the state, where party volunteers will meet people and hear out their problems. AAP aims to reach the most rural side of the state.
Meanwhile, Kejriwal referring to the film Udta Punjab, slammed Punjab chief minsiter last week and said: "Just watched Udta Punjab. V powerful. Badals must watch it to see what they have done to Punjab."