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AAP To Declare Gujarat, Haryana, Goa LS Candidates On Feb 13 

| Updated: February 9, 2024 14:09

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will hold a meeting of its Political Affairs Committee (PAC) on February 13 to decide its candidates for Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat, Haryana, and Goa. 

Aam Aadmi Party national general secretary (organisation) Sandeep Pathak announced party leaders Manoj Dhanohar, Bhabhen Chaudhary, and Rishi Raj candidates from Dibrugarh, Guwahati, and Sonitpur. 

The AAP, which is part of the opposition grouping alliance ‘INDIA’, announced the general polls preparations plan a day after its senior leader Sandeep Pathak named party candidates for three Lok Sabha seats in Assam, saying it was “tired” of inconclusive talks with the INDIA bloc. 

AAP and Congress have held multiple rounds of seat-sharing talks for Lok Sabha polls with both sides stressing on the fact that the talks are progressing positively. 

According to people aware of the development, AAP has been demanding seats in Delhi, Gujarat, Goa, and Haryana. Both parties have been trying to avoid seat-sharing discussions for 13 LS seats in AAP-ruled Punjab where the Congress is the main opposition party. 

A response from the Congress is awaited and the story will be updated whenever the same is received. 

On Thursday, AAP said that they and Congress will not have any alliance in Punjab. 

Pathak said while the party will go alone in Punjab, it is in talks regarding seat sharing in Delhi. 

“We are a responsible and understanding partner of the INDIA alliance. For Punjab, the state units of Aam Aadmi Party and Congress had agreed that both the parties would contest elections separately in the state. In Punjab, Aam Aadmi Party and Congress will contest Lok Sabha elections separately and there will be no alliance there,” Pathak said. 

The AAP leader, however, said the party stood strongly with the INDIA alliance and hoped the opposition bloc will give it the three seats in Assam, which has 14 Lok Sabha seats. 

The AAP-Congress discussions have been going on for months, but the seat-sharing talks have yet to find a breakthrough. 

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