Chandigarh :- There is a very good news for the people of Haryana. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has given a gift to the people of Haryana on New Year. Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus service will be started from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi to AIIMS Jhajjar on behalf of AAP government of Delhi. Along with this, women traveling on this route will be able to travel free of cost in DTC buses.
Bus service will stop at 13 places
There is a distance of about 50 kilometers between Delhi AIIMS and Jhajjar AIIMS of Haryana. The bus service will stop at 13 places from Najafgarh Terminal to AIIMS Jhajjar. These will include Prem Nursery Mitrano Village, Surhera Chauraha, Rawta Chauraha, Samaspur Khalsa, Ujwa, Malikpur Jar Chauraha, Rawta, Daurala Border, Makrola, Makrola Factory, Kaliyabas, Iqbalpur and AIIMS Jhajjar.
The people of Haryana were demanding
Delhi’s Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot said that keeping in view the demand of the people of Haryana, the Delhi government has taken this decision. He told that earlier many times people of Jhajjar and other districts of Haryana had demanded better connectivity from Delhi AIIMS, considering their demand DTC bus service will be started on this route.
Kejriwal’s focus on Haryana
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has now focused his attention on Haryana after Gujarat. Before the 2024 elections, the national convenor of AAP is engaged in increasing the penetration of the party in Haryana. For this the organization is also being prepared at the booth level. Along with this, Chief Minister Kejriwal is paying more attention to the issues related to the people.
AAP showed good performance in panchayat elections
Aam Aadmi Party showed good performance in the recently held panchayat elections. In these elections, AAP fielded its candidates on more than 100 seats, out of which more than 15 candidates won. However, the party did not get success in making Zilla Parishad chairman in two districts. AAP leaders have claimed that the party will perform even better in the coming elections.