A meeting of the National Executive of AAP on Delhi was held at Arvind Kejriwal’s residence on Friday in preparation of the upcoming Lok Sabha election 2019. According to the information, in this meeting, the party has tried to identify all the points on which it can achieve success in the next Lok Sabha elections.
Punjab will not join coalition alliance
At the same time, MP from Aam Aadmi Party of Punjab, Bhagwant Mann said at the residence of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal that in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections in Punjab, the party will fight on their own. On the question of coalition with Congress in Punjab, he said that you will not combine with the Congress. He said that we are in opposition in the Punjab assembly, Congress is in power here. How can the opposition and the ruling party come together? He claimed that the base of the party is strong there. Mann said that BJP leaders have an ego in that they will take it.
AAP gave the charge
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has not declared a good Lok Sabha candidate, but it is believed that Lok Sabha in-charge will be the only candidate. These leaders have been set to win the elections. The party has also formed the teams. After the assembly constituency, committee has been formed at the ward level. The workers at the Colony level are appointed, they will monitor the activities of colony. They are reaching the problems of the public with the party MLAs in Lok Sabha Charge.
Party Convener Gopal Rai says that in the last one year many attempts have been made to strengthen the organization. Our effort is to become an active worker of the Aam Aadmi Party in every gali mohalla. These workers carry the policies and actions of the government to the house and convey the problems of the public to the party’s Lok Sabha Chargeholders and MLAs and corporations council councillors
he same time, AAP farmer leader Rampal Jat said that both the BJP and the Congress have betrayed the farmers. In the name of the crop insurance scheme, the BJP forced to cut premiums from farmers ‘accounts, but in many states farmers’ crops have been wasted. But the compensation they should have received was not given. Farmers were taken as premium, 83 per cent of them went in the pocket of insurance companies whereas the farmers got only 17 per cent of the money.