Aam Aadmi Party today formed a unit in Mizoram with the announcement of its adhoc leaders.
Addressing a press conference here, AAP national executive member in-charge of the northeast, Habung Payeng, announced the names of Lalthanzami and former IAS officer S L Sailo as the state unit’s coordinator and joint coordinator.
Payeng said Mizoram was the last state in the region to form the state unit of AAP and that a membership drive for the Lok Sabha elections would be launched soon.
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“If the AAP comes to power in the Parliamentary elections, our priority would be to legislate the Jan Lokpal,” he said, adding that the party would field candidates who were without any graft and other criminal charges against them.