New Delhi: It was the fourth day of the Aam Aadmi Party`s (AAP) "jhadu chalao yatra" Wednesday, and candidates led by its chief minister candidate Arvind Kejriwal toured northwest Delhi to garner support ahead of the Dec 4 assembly polls.
Three assembly constituencies - Rohini, Rithala and Mangolpuri were covered, and party candidates met thousands of residents. The yatra is named after the symbol of the party, the broom (jhadu).
The 22-day yatra that started Sunday will cover all 70 assembly constituencies of Delhi by Dec 1.
After the yatra each day, Arvind Kejriwal addresses a meeting.