Its state leadership held a meeting with party MLAs here to discuss their poll strategy and the names of probable candidates.
"We have unanimously decided that our candidate will be a local leader from the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha segment. There will be no parachute candidate," Aam Aadmi Party's Punjab unit chief Bhagwant Mann said, adding the names of five to six probable candidates were discussed during the meeting.
"Our team from Gurdaspur has submitted names of the probable candidates to the state unit. If deemed fit, the state unit will recommend the names to the party's political affairs committee for approval. The candidate will be selected through a democratic process," the Sangrur MP said.
The Gurdaspur parliamentary seat has nine assembly segments -- Sujanpur, Bhoa, Pathankot, Gurdaspur, Dinanagar, Qadian, Batala, Dera Baba Nanak and Fathegarh Churian.
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