The Punjab Congress chief will also listen to the grievances of the public in all 117 constituencies as part of the campaign. (Source: Express Photo by Kamleshwar Singh / Chandigarh)
Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh is all set to spend a day in each of the 117 Assembly segments in the state to establish direct contact with voters during a six-month-long outreach programme starting from Sunday.
Named ‘Halke Vich Captain’ (Captain in Assembly constituency), the former Punjab Chief Minister will hear the grievances of the locals as he aims to reach out to two crore people through the campaign planned by poll strategist Prashant Kishor’s team I-PAC.
“Halke Vich Captain is a citizen engagement initiative by Amarinder Singh through which he aims to establish a direct contact with various stakeholders in each of Punjab’s 117 Assembly constituencies,” said a release issued by I-PAC.
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“Once in a halka, Captain will spend one full day interacting with various stakeholders there, a significant portion of which will be spent interacting with locals and hearing their concerns,” it said.
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