Rajasthan elections 2023: Aam Aadmi party will contest the 200 seats of the Rajasthan Assembly

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Although the assembly elections in Rajasthan are in 2023, the politics of the state has already warmed up. On the one hand, the Congress government leaves no stone unturned to seduce the people. On the other hand, BJP has also started to strengthen its organization. Meanwhile, the Aam Aadmi party has also entered the electoral battle of Rajasthan. On Friday, AAP announced that it will run for the 200 seats in the state assembly. That is why the party workers have also started the village campaign. It will be the first time in the history of the state that a third will contest the two hundred seats.

Contact campaign with peoples in Rajasthan

Sources associated with the party’s Rajasthan unit Aam Aadmi told Amar Ujala that the party has been trying to strengthen the organization of rural areas since July 15 to prepare for the assembly elections. Dr. Sandeep Pathak, in charge of the Aam Aadmi Party of Himachal and Gujarat and Rajya Sabha MP, has started Gram Sampark Abhiyan in Rajasthan. AAP leaders say that after independence, Congress and the BJP have deceived the people of Rajasthan in the name of development. The AAP party has made preparations to enter the elections in the assembly of Rajasthan to solve the problems of the people following the development model of the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal. To this end, an exercise is being initiated to strengthen the organization from the village level. After that, the organization will be strengthened at the circle, district, and division level. Before preparing the organization at the state level, the party will conduct a survey in Rajasthan.

Dr. Sandeep Pathak, who is considered the Aam Aadmi Party think tank, and his team are working to strengthen the party base in Rajasthan as well as Chhattisgarh and Gujarat. Arvind Kejriwal has sent Dr. Sandeep Pathak of Punjab Mungeli district to Rajya Sabha from Punjab. The AAP workers team will adopt the Delhi and Punjab development model among the people of Rajasthan. The party is preparing the organizational structure to solve the basic problems of people living in remote rural areas of the state.

Meeting in more than 11,000 rural areas

In view of the assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party will hold meetings in more than 11,000 rural areas at the Gram Sampark Abhiyan. Party workers and officials will discuss the principles of the Aam Aadmi party with the public about the activities of other parties. MP Sandeep Pathak says that in this contact campaign, along with a clean picture of the party, efforts should be made to connect with the common man. Addressing the recent training camp, MP Sandeep Pathak has said that the trust of the people of Rajasthan can be gained on the roadmap for development transformation in Delhi and Punjab.

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Although assembly elections in Rajasthan are in 2023, state politics has already warmed up. On the one hand, the Congress government leaves no stone unturned to seduce the people. On the other hand, BJP has also started to strengthen its organization. Meanwhile, the Aam Aadmi party has also entered the electoral battle of Rajasthan. On Friday, AAP announced that it will run for the 200 seats in the state assembly. That is why the party workers have also started the village campaign. It will be the first time in the history of the state that a third will contest the two hundred seats.

Contact campaign with peoples in Rajasthan

Sources associated with the party’s Rajasthan unit Aam Aadmi told Amar Ujala that the party has been trying to strengthen the organization of rural areas since July 15 to prepare for the assembly elections. Dr. Sandeep Pathak, in charge of the Aam Aadmi Party of Himachal and Gujarat and Rajya Sabha MP, has started Gram Sampark Abhiyan in Rajasthan. AAP leaders say that after independence, Congress and the BJP have played a trick on the people of Rajasthan in the name of development. The AAP party has made preparations to enter the Rajasthan Assembly elections to solve the problems of the people following the development model of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. To this end, an exercise is being initiated to strengthen the organization from the village level. After that, the organization will be strengthened at the circle, district, and division level. Before preparing the organization at the state level, the party will conduct a survey in Rajasthan.

Dr. Sandeep Pathak, who is considered the Aam Aadmi Party think tank, and his team are working to strengthen the party base in Rajasthan as well as Chhattisgarh and Gujarat. Arvind Kejriwal has sent Dr. Sandeep Pathak of Punjab Mungeli district to Rajya Sabha from Punjab. The AAP workers team will adopt the Delhi and Punjab development model among the people of Rajasthan. The party is preparing the organizational structure to solve the basic problems of people living in remote rural areas of the state.

Meeting in more than 11,000 rural areas

In view of the assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party will hold meetings in more than 11,000 rural areas at the Gram Sampark Abhiyan. Party workers and officials will discuss the principles of the Aam Aadmi party with the public about the activities of other parties. MP Sandeep Pathak says that in this contact campaign, along with a clean picture of the party, efforts should be made to connect with the common man. Addressing the recent training camp, MP Sandeep Pathak has said that the trust of the people of Rajasthan can be gained on the roadmap for development transformation in Delhi and Punjab.

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