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AAP holds meeting with former candidates, plans roadmap for state elections

The AAP had suffered a crushing defeat in the 2017 Delhi civic elections, winning only 48 out of the 270 wards

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Arvind Kejriwal. File Photo
Arvind Kejriwal | File Photo

Aam Aadmi Party leader N D Gupta held a meeting with the party's former candidates who contested the municipal polls and discussed the road map for the assembly election due next year.

Gupta and Kishanvati, the leader of Opposition in the South Delhi Municipal Corporation, held a meeting with those who fought in the civic elections in 2017 on an ticket, the party said in a statement.

Addressing the meeting, Gupta invited suggestions and heard grievances. He assured cooperation and encouraged active participation from the members, the statement said.

"Our volunteer base is the biggest strength of our party and everyone has to move forward while working together," the leader said.

He asked them to raise their concerns with respective councillors and legislators to expedite work in all the areas.

Gupta spoke extensively on the work done by the government in the field of education, health, water and electricity accessibility among others, and urged everyone to continue working towards realising their vision for Delhi.

The AAP had suffered a crushing defeat in the 2017 Delhi civic elections, winning only 48 out of the 270 wards.

First Published: Sat, July 13 2019. 21:15 IST
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