Aam Aadmi Party joins hand with regional parties in Maharashtra
The Aam Aadmi Party announced on Friday that the party will contest in Maharashtra and will also seek support of other regional parties in the state. Aam Aadmi Party’s state chief Brigadier (retired) Sudhir Sawant said that the party will also seek alliances with the local parties in Maharashtra. He also said that the party’s seat sharing plans would be discussed and revealed by February 15.
Sawant said” We will be fighting for all seats in Mumbai and we will also contest for some seats in the Maharashtra. He also confirmed that the party will campaign in the state on the Delhi Development Model and will form alliance with all the like -minded parties.”
Samajwadi Party’s Maharashtra unit chief Abu Asim Azmi announced that his party would fight Maharashtra Lok Sabha polls alone. The Congress and Nationalist Congress Party, which are in talks for 48 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra, had not offered SP a single seat.
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