Panaji: After winning Delhi polls, Aam Admi Party (AAP) on Saturday announced its three month long program to spread the party organization to all the assembly constituencies.
AAP Goa Desk incharge and Delhi MLA Atishi told reporters that the party will embark on ‘mission nirman’ after upcoming Zilla Panchayat elections in the state scheduled on March 22.
State leader Valmiki Naik will head 25-member-committee which will work on the mission.
Attacking the state BJP government, Atishi said the people of Goa are frustrated by the continuous betrayal by the BJP on burning issues of the common man such as unemployment, garbage, Mahadayi river diversion and others.
“The Congress party in Goa too has reduced itself to a “substitute” team of the BJP, by providing elected MLAs as required to prop up the unpopular and weak BJP government,” she said.
“In contrast, the Aam Aadmi Party is seen a party that fulfills its promises and makes a positive change in the life of the common man,” Atishi added.
Talking about Mission Nirman, she said that Mission Nirmann will be carried out over the next three months, with progressive expansion aimed at achieving taluka-level, constituency-level, and booth-level structure across the state.