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Jaipur: Newly appointed state president of Aam Aadmi Party Naveen Paliwal on Saturday said that the party is fighting a battle to change the system to save democracy. Describing the media as the fourth pillar of democracy, he appealed to the media to cooperate in protecting democracy.
He said that the Aam Aadmi Party will fight the elections with all its power and with the formation of the AAP government; the people of Rajasthan will get all the facilities that the people are getting in Delhi and Punjab. Paliwal was talking to reporters after taking over as the state president. He expressed his gratitude to the party leadership for entrusting him with the responsibility of Rajasthan. He also resolved to live up to the faith of Arvind Kejriwal.