By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 26, Sep 2022, 21:32 pm IST | UPDATED: 26, Sep 2022, 21:33 pm IST
New Delhi: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Manish Sisodia said at the end of his six-day poll campaign in Gujarat on Monday that people of the state were waiting for change from 27 years of Bharatiya Janata Party rule.
He campaigned in 14 northern districts of the state, covered as many Assembly seats and also held six roads shows.
"During my campaigning, the one thing people repeatedly told me was they have had enough of this (BJP) government. They want complete change. The common feeling among the public is they are fed up of 27 years of BJP rule," he told reporters.
"After six days of my journey, I can say the AAP is certainly going to form government here. The BJP is set to go. The people have understood there is a political party that talks about improving the condition of schools, hospitals, reducing power bills like we have done in Delhi and Punjab," he claimed.
During his campaign, people showed him a government hospital that was privatised in Palanpur, as well as a medical facility built at a cost of Rs 70 crore lying waste, he said.
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