The Aam Aadmi Party is set to enter the upcoming Karnataka assembly elections in a fresh mode so the party dissolved its state and district units.
Bengaluru: The Aam Aadmi Party is set to enter the upcoming Karnataka assembly elections in a fresh mode. The party dissolved its state and district units in Karnataka and is ready to introduce a new team of active leaders and dynamic workers for the state assembly polls, said Dilip Pandey, the party’s election-in-charge in Karnataka.
“The Aam Aadmi Party has started its preparation for the Karnataka assembly polls, aiming to win maximum seats and play a big role in the formation of state government.” In recent times, AAP has given a chance to newcomers all over the state who would like to bring changes to the state. “We are confident that we will defeat the BJP’s corrupt and ineffective government,” Dilip Pandey added.
The team will work under the guidance of the party’s national convener, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, and National General Secretary Sandeep Pathak in the forthcoming assembly elections, he said.
He further added that the people of the stake are looking towards AAP to make Karnataka a strong state in the country in terms of growth and development. After gaining the status of a national party, people are eyeing AAP with the hope that it will bring development to the state.
Therefore, AAP has invited people from all walks of life to come forward with noble intentions and work together to make this a reality by strengthening Karnataka. “The traditional political parties failed to achieve the milestone that Karnataka deserves,” said Pandey.
He further added that in the last five years the party has gone through a strong organisation-building process, and now AAP has made leaps and bounds progress in every district and assembly constituency in the state.