New Delhi: After collecting over Rs 91 lakh in Mumbai, the Aam Aadmi Party will hold second fund-raising lunch in the national capital on Sunday for Assembly Election.
The event has been organised by the traders wing and per plate has been charged for a whopping Rs 20,000.
To boost its war chest for the upcoming elections, the party held a fund-raising dinner featuring AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal in Mumbai on Thursday, where each entry cost Rs 20,000. The event helped gather Rs 91 lakh for the party and boost its revenue.
It had adopted a similar strategy before Lok Sabha elections, when Kejriwal had taken part in such programmes across the country.
"We will likely hold similar programmes in Bangalore and perhaps, in Kolkata," an AAP spokesperson said.
The party aims to collect Rs 30 crore for the up-coming assembly elections and has been carrying out several drives to boost its revenue.