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After Punjab, Aam Aadmi Party’s next fight is for Jammu and Kashmir

Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been turning out to be the fastest growing political party in India which can be clearly seen in the revolutionary win of AAP in Punjab. AAP leaders have claimed that this victory will boost their hopes in Jammu and Kashmir.

AAP’s Convener Om Parkash Khajuria said that they will set their eyes on J&K now and the party will become a deciding factor in the election.

As per The Tribune, before setting eyes on J&K there stands an issue that the party faces in J&K is absence of any senior leader unlike in Punjab.

AAP’s committee member Kuldeep Kumar Rao said that the district bodies had been framed and plans for booth level is on its way.  Further Rao said that several people have joined AAP in J&K.

The party has 15 core committee members in each of the two regions of the UT and separate district presidents.

Rekha Chowdhary, a political commentator said that chances for AAP is less yet as Kashmir has a different politics and for a new political party like AAP, the things are tough but may be in future, party will grow and can make its way for J&K.

Farooq Ahmad Banday, AAP’s co-convener in Jammu told The Tribune that even in Punjab all most new faces have defeated experienced political leaders which can happen in J&K as well.

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