Arvind Kejriwal is expected to blow the AAP's electoral trumpet with a massive rally in Lucknow.

The Aam Aadmi Party is set to launch its bid for the UP Assembly polls in Lucknow in November. It will be attended by the partys national convenor and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal had previously focusing on assembly elections in Punjab and Uttarakhand.

LUCKNOW: The Aam Aadmi Party is set to launch its bid for the UP Assembly polls in Lucknow in November, at a mega rally that will be attended by the party's national convenor and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.During the recent bijli yatras, AAP expresseds of a positive response to its poll promises of free electricity, free education, free health, etc.Our internal surveys have found a positive correlation between the AAP and it is time to capitalize on it.Kejriwal had previously focusing on assembly elections in Punjab and Uttarakhand, both of which are expected to take place around the same time as the UP elections, but with the response we're getting from the state, Kejriwal is likely to devote a lot of time here as well, according to a source.

We weren't expecting the CM to address Kejriwals' latest visit to Ayodhya, but the fact that he spent so much time talking about us indicates that the AAP is a strong force and has managed to annoy the ruling party.In response to Yogi Adityanaths' remarks, the Delhi CM posted a tweet about what his problem was if Delhi residents had easy access to Ayodhya.The AAP will begin in Lucknow, after which there will be several more rallies in the state.According to a party spokesperson, the first priority will be to create a list of candidates, after which campaigners will be chosen and distributed.