"AAP will fight Haryana assembly election alone and on all seats": AAP MP Sandeep Pathak
After meeting with the party Haryana leaders, Aam Aadmi Party Member of Parliament Sandeep Pathak has said that the party will fight the assembly elections in the state alone and on all the seats.
After meeting with the party Haryana leaders, Aam Aadmi Party MP Sandeep Pathak has said that the party will fight the assembly elections in the state alone and on all the seats. Sandeep Pathak told ANI “The Vidhan Sabha elections will be held in Haryana. In the next 15 days, our committee will be ready in every village and then we will start the campaign. Haryana has a lot of energy and the people here want a change. We will fight the Vidhan Sabha elections alone and on all the seats."
On the next coordination committee meeting of the INDIA alliance to be held on September 12, Sandeep Pathak said “It is a meeting of the INDIA alliance, there will be a discussion on the coming Lok Sabha elections, I have no idea in detail what is the agenda but there will be a discussion on everything from candidate selection to campaign planning and many other things.” Notably, the Aam Aadmi Party is among the 28 parties in the INDIA alliance who have decided to contest the 2024 Lok Sabha elections together against the BJP.
The 14- member Coordination Committee and Election Strategy Committee includes KC Venugopal (INC), Sharad Pawar (NCP), TR Baalu (DMK), Hemant Soren (JMM), Sanjay Raut (SS-UBT), Tejashwi Yadav (RJD), Abhishek Banerjee (TMC), Raghav Chadha (AAP), Javed Ali Khan (SP), Lalan Singh (JDU), D Raja (CPI), Omar Abdullah (NC), Mehbooba Mufti (PDP), one more member from CPI(M) to also be announced. The third formal meeting of the opposition bloc INDIA alliance began on September 1 with the aim of coming up with an action plan for the next Lok Sabha Polls.
The first meeting of the joint opposition was held in Patna on June 23 and the second meeting was held in Bengaluru on July 17-18. (ANI)
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