Addressing a public meeting at Muslim dominated weavers’ village Kotwa, Kejriwal told the villagers that there is only one way to eradicate poverty from the country and that is by providing proper and feasible education to children.

“If people get proper education then they may get jobs, do better business and can setup their own industry," he said.
    
He told farmers if his party is voted to power, their lands would never be taken without prior consent.
    
"If BJP is voted to power then farmers land will be given to Adanis as was done in Gujarat, where a number of farmers have committed suicide," he alleged.
    
The former Delhi chief minister also promised that his party would even provide higher market value-price for their crops avoiding the middlemen.

Kejriwal, who launched his election campaign here by holding "chaupals" or small public meetings in villages, first visited the Muslim dominated Korouta village, comprising mostly weavers and
farmers.

He apprised them about his party's aim and its successful government of 49 days in the national capital.
    
He appealed the electorate to vote for the party's election symbol "broom" in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.

Kejriwal was accompanied by party leader Sanjay Singh, besides other AAP members and volunteers.

(JPN/Agencies)

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