AAP Lok Sabha

1. AAP announced its intent to independently contest all 14 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab and Chandigarh, diverging from the INDIA coalition.
2. Kejriwal’s move is a notable snub to the INDIA bloc, showcasing the party’s determination to pursue its political goals autonomously.
3. The decision underscores AAP’s confidence in its ability to contest elections without aligning with larger political alliances.

New Delhi, Feb 10: Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) made a bold announcement on Saturday, revealing its intention to contest all 14 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab and Chandigarh independently, without allying with the opposition INDIA coalition.

This decision marks a significant snub to the INDIA bloc.

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the AAP supremo, declared the party’s stance, stating that candidates for the 13 Punjab seats and one Chandigarh seat will be announced in the coming days.

Kejriwal emphasized the importance of strengthening the party’s position for effective governance, indicating a determined push for political autonomy in the region.