AAP steps back for contesting in Maharashtra
Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal on Monday announced that his party will not contest Lok Sabha elections 2019 from Maharashtra. Arvind said that it is time to focus on major states and remove BJP from the position.
Arvind Kejriwal said in his speech that he will contest from Delhi,Punjab,Haryana and Goa. He also said that he is focusing on these four states currently and for now his party will not contest from Maharashtra. Aam Aadmi Party’s national spokesperson Preeti Sharma said that the party is not going to contest from Maharashtra in Lok Sabha elections.
Preeti also claimed that BJP has underperformed for the country and it should be removed from the power. She added that it is necessary to remove Bharatiya Janata Party from the power and they will fight only in those states in which their victory is confirmed.
Mayank Gandhi former member of AAP and now the chief coordinator of NGO Global Parli said that AAP has nothing left in Maharashtra to fight for.”People of Maharashtra will not support AAP and they will definitely loose in the state.
Kejriwal is already scared of the results and that is the reason AAP is not contesting in Maharashtra” he said. He also said that Kejriwal may regret for not fighting in the state having second most number of seats in the parliamentary constituencies.
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