Aam Aadmi Party: Along with Delhi, a big news has come for AAP, the party which is taking the country’s politics in a different direction. On Tuesday, AAP’s national convener Arvind Kejriwal gave good news to his workers.
Election Commission gave recognition to AAP
The Election Commission has given Aam Aadmi Party the status of a recognized party in Goa. In this regard, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that after getting this status in another state, AAP will get the status of a national party.
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Kejriwal tweeted thank you
Arvind Kejriwal said in his official tweet that after Delhi and Punjab, AAP is now a recognized regional party in Goa as well. If we get recognition in another state, we will be officially declared a ‘National Party’. I congratulate all the volunteers for their hard work. I thank people for showing faith in AAP.
letter received from election commission
At the same time, Kejriwal has received a letter from the Election Commission. It said that on the basis of the performance in the Goa Legislative Assembly Election 2022, it is found that a registered recognized party in Delhi and Punjab, having the election symbol ‘Broom’, may be used as the election symbol for recognition as a State Party in Goa. (Reservation and Allotment) Order, 1968, fulfills the conditions laid down in para 6A.
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It is to be known that if a party gets recognition in four states in the country, then it automatically gets the status of a national party. Let us tell you that the AAP party has got power in Delhi and Punjab, so now it has got the status in Goa also. At the same time, AAP is currently preparing to contest the assembly elections in Gujarat and Himachal, where it is expected to perform better.
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