Arvind kejriwal is spending approximately Rs 5.45 crores per month on promotion of brand Aam Admi.Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal spent Rs 60 Crores in just 11 months for the publicity and marketing of brand “Aam Admi”. Aam Admi is no more ‘Aam Admi’.
This includes campaigns across print, television, radio and outdoor publicity by all the departments of the state.
There are various campaigns (print, television, radio and outdoor publicity by all the departments of the state) going on and they are going to cost another Rs 35 crore.
Kejriwal allocated a massive budget of Rs 526 for advertising and publicity.
AAP government will launch new phase of marketing on February 14.AAP government will complete one year on 14 February.
Content of most of the advertisement is always negative and Arvind Kejriwal is the center of all campaign.
Arvind Kejriwal is inching towards his political goal. After announcing Aam Aadmi Party he will contest in Delhi Assembly elections. It is yet to be seen whether he will be able to convert crowds to vote in his favour. Kejriwal adopted various means to gauge the public mood before announcing his candidature for the election. Though government response was lukewarm for his fast still he is hopeful to give political alternatives to Delhites.
Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal will contest the Delhi Assembly elections 2013.This has been confirmed by Aam Aadmin Party leader Manish Sisodia.
“Kejriwal will fight the elections, but from which constituency, we cannot say now…There has been a clamour for his fighting the Delhi elections,” AAP chief spokesperson Manish Sisodia told reporters
Party has started the process to select candidates and 5 candidates will be finalized by the screening committee of the Party. Public will suggest candidate for all 70 constituencies.
Candidates will have to go through the rigorous interview process before being finalized.