Lucknow: With the virtual rallies for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections 2022, now the war of songs has also started. Political parties are now using songs in local languages to convey their point to the public. The Aam Aadmi Party has recently released its election song, the information of which has been given by the party from the official account of its desi microblogging app, Koo. This post states: For the first time the broom print has come. Campaign song by Lokesh Singh and starring Antara Singh. Aam Aadmi Party UP
The party’s Uttar Pradesh in-charge and MP Sanjay Singh released this song after holding a press conference at the party office located at Patrakarpuram Square in Lucknow said that the party’s Bihar Cultural Cell President Lokesh Singh has composed this song in collaboration with well-known artist Antara Singh. Its tagline is that here too Kejriwal’s broom chhap aaya hai… He told that through this song, now the Aam Aadmi Party is trying to go among the people.
Through this song, work is being done to make the issues like electricity, good education, clean politics, employment, guaranteed by the party to the public.
MP Sanjay Singh said that 20 teams have been formed by the party in each assembly constituency. This song will be conveyed to the general public through these teams. He told that this song has all the guarantees given by the party along with the message of Arvind Kejriwal. The party’s candidates will reach door-to-door through social media and through direct contact.
Aam Aadmi Party, contesting from 403 seats, is contesting the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections for the first time. An attempt was made from the party’s side with the Samajwadi Party, about which there was a lot of discussion. Even the alliance was confirmed by the Aam Aadmi Party, but later things got worse and it was announced to contest the elections alone. If sources are to be believed, there was no discussion on seat-sharing here. While the Aam Aadmi Party wanted more seats, the Samajwadi Party was preparing to give some seats in NCR and its surrounding areas.