After Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party focuses on Haryana

By on December 21, 2013

Aam Aadmi Party’s next mission is the Haryana Assembly and Lok Sabha Elections 2014. 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) will contest all 90 seats in the Haryana assembly polls and 10 Lok Sabha seats next year.

The party meeting will be held on December 31 to discuss strategy for forthcoming Lok Sabha elections and Assembly Elections in Haryana. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has also invited IAS officers Ashok Khemka and Sanjeev Chaturvedi to join the party. Arvind Kejriwal has asked Khemka to be his

party’s chief ministerial candidate.

Ashok Khemka is an IAS officer who cancelled the mutation of Robert Vadra – DLF land deal. Khemka had detected serious irregularities in land transactions involving transfer of panchayat land worth several hundred crores of rupees to newly created real estate companies. Khemka was transferred on 11 October 2012 and he took action on the matter after his transfer. He claims he has been harassed and transferred 40 times in the last 21 years for merely doing his job.

Sanjeev Chaturvedi was allegedly harassed by Haryana government for reportedly unearthing muti-crore forestry scams preventing the destruction of a wildlife sanctuary in Haryana in 2010. Chaturvedi urged the Supreme Court to order a CBI inquiry into various scams detected by him during his seven-year tenure in Haryana.

Meanwhile, Yogendra Yadav is likely to contest the 2014 Lok Sabha polls from Gurgaon parliamentary constituency.

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