Aam Aadmi Party target Haryana and Maharahtra Assembly Elections

By on December 10, 2013


Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Admi Party target Haryana and Maharashtra, where assembly election scheduled in less than a year. The AAP victory in Delhi would be visible in the Assembly Elections in Haryana and Maharashtra.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will contest all 90 seats in the Haryana assembly polls and 10 Lok Sabha seats next year. The plans for the expansion of the party was revealed by Dr Yogendra Yadav. Both Arvind Kejriwal and Yogendra Yadav are from Haryana.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is now gearing up in Maharashtra to take on the established Congress-NCP and its Opposition Shiv Sena-BJP. “We will contest from the 36 Assembly seats in Mumbai. We haven’t yet decided the number of Lok Sabha seats we will contest from Mumbai,” Mayank Gandhi said.

The party plans to take up issues like open spaces and slum rehabilitation schemes in the city. Housing, electricity and water supply will also be the issues on which the party will focus.

The party was ready to contest Lok Sabha elections but is undecided when and how. “We will fight Lok Sabha elections, but we don’t know when and how. Our fight is not going to end in Delhi, it will go throughout the country,” Kejriwal said.

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