After forming its government in the capital Delhi and becoming the main opposition party in Punjab, the Aam Aadmi Party is leaving no stone unturned to make a strong presence in national politics. Along with raising the issues prominently, the party also wants to emerge strongly on social media. The party has been releasing Instagram reels from time to time to strengthen its reach and hold among the youth.
AAP has released an Instagram reel that has been liked by a large number of people. Let us tell you that after the ban on Tiktok, the Instagram reel has emerged as the first choice of the youth. In such a situation, the Aam Aadmi Party is also engaged in attracting the youth towards itself.
In this episode, some time ago AAP prepared an Instagram reel on the song 'Levitating' by British singer Dua Lipa. The reel begins with a picture of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Lipa's song plays in the background of the reel. Rahul Gandhi was asked with a picture 'You want me?' Then the voice of the people comes 'No'. With the picture of Rahul, an attempt has been made to convey that people do not like him as a leader. The next picture in the song comes of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This question and answer also come with this picture also.
After this, the development works of the Aam Aadmi Party are mentioned in Reels. The reels come with visuals of Delhi's schools, electricity bills, and water, as a reminder of what you promised. However, the reel ends with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's address. In this video, Kejriwal says that a common man like him has been given the responsibility of the chief minister's post. People consider him as their brother and son.
After Delhi and Punjab, AAP is preparing for the assembly elections to be held in the states next year. It also includes a big state like Uttar Pradesh. Also, AAP is preparing to contest assembly elections in UP, Uttarakhand, Goa, Himachal Pradesh, and Gujarat. It has already emerged as a major political force in Punjab. For UP, the party has announced its probable candidates for more than half the seats in the assembly.