Manish Sisodia, Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister, claimed on Thursday that the AAP will become a national party thanks to the votes cast in Gujarat.
New Delhi: It is the ambition of every political party to become a national party. The Aam Aadmi Party is looking to become a pan-Indian force. It seems AAP has almost succeeded in its mission to become a well-known political platform in the country.
After the victory in the MCD elections in Delhi, dethroning the 15-year rule of the BJP in the civic body of the national capital, the mood in the AAP camp is upbeat. Manish Sisodia, Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister, claimed on Thursday that the AAP will become a national party thanks to the votes cast in Gujarat.
He went on to say that people are drawn to AAP not because of hallowed political promises but because of policies based on quality education and health care. Sisodia has congratulated his countrymen; he tweeted that the counting has been progressing in the Gujarat Assembly Election 2022.
AAP is far behind the BJP, but AAP’s sole aim in Gujarat is to win at least two seats and 6% of the vote share to get the status of a national party, which would be a great achievement.
AAP is not a challenge in Gujarat, but the way it has been spreading its feet, Kejriwal’s AAP may be a force in Gujarat and other states in the coming days. AAP fielded candidates in all 182 constituencies in Gujarat and ran a charged campaign to woo the voters.
The question is: will AAP win two seats in Gujarat and emerge as a national party? The picture will be crystal clear in the evening.