AAP shocks India alliance, fields candidates in Assam
The country is standing on the brink of elections. All the parties are busy in their manipulations. To stop BJP's victory chariot, Congress and all the opposition parties had laid the foundation of India Alliance, but one by one this alliance seems to be falling apart like a pack of cards. Now another crack seems to be developing in it.
Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadma Party has declared its three Lok Sabha candidates in Assam. Also, AAP's Organization General Secretary Sandeep Pathak gave a big statement and said that we were tired of talking to Congress regarding seat sharing. In such a situation, it can be said that the coming days may be full of difficulties for the Indian alliance.
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AAP declared candidates in Assam?
Aam Aadmi Party's Organization Minister Sandeep Pathak said on Thursday that he is tired of talking to the India Block without any results till now. It is important to win the elections, but we are with the alliance. Making a big announcement, Sandeep Pathak said that three candidates have been announced from Assam for the Lok Sabha elections. It is expected that India Block will accept this decision. We have nominated Manoj Dhanohar from Dibrugarh, Bhaven Chaudhary from Guwahati and Rishi Raj from Sonitpur. Pathak further said that it has been many months since we have been discussing with the India Alliance and we are tired. We tried to talk to them in every possible way but now we are tired.
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AAP-Congress' different paths in Punjab
Pathak further made a big announcement and said that AAP and Congress will contest Lok Sabha elections separately in Punjab. The committee formed on seat sharing has taken its decision. The units of both the states have mutually agreed to fight separately. He said that we are partners in a mature and sensible alliance. But at present AAP and Congress will contest elections separately in Punjab. Let us tell you that there is a problem regarding seat sharing in India Alliance. Recently, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, who was the architect of the alliance, also said goodbye to the alliance. He had also alleged that there was no discussion on seat sharing in the alliance. Due to which he got upset. Gradually every big leader is saying goodbye to the India alliance, in such a situation the path ahead is not going to be easy for the alliance.