Kejriwal to travel to Kerala to participate in Twenty20 political party event

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will travel to Kerala on May 15 to attend the annual Twenty20 political party function.

The Twenty20 Political Party is an organization of non-traditional political parties that started as a CSR organization. The organization had invited the Delhi CM to attend its annual function as the chief guest.

It was a political start-up that made its first mark by winning the Kizhakkambalam gram panchayat in Kerala. Currently, Twenty20 is in power in four neighboring panchayats and rules local bodies with a clear majority.

“I am grateful to Arvind Kejriwal for graciously accepting our invitation. Like the AAP, Twenty20 believes in strengthening Indian political systems at the grassroots level. The AAP has shown parties like us a way to thrive and win electoral successes,” said Twenty20 founder Sabu Jacob.

He said the AAP governance models in Delhi and Punjab have garnered international praise and presented lessons worth adopting by Indian politicians.



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