"In 2014 and 2017, the party was spreading its wings in Punjab and hence assistance was provided to us by the Delhi team. But now party organisation is in place and we have been given a free hand," says AAP's Sangrur candidate Bhagwant Mann.
Tejpal Singh is the state vice-president of AAP youth wing. An official release from AAP said that Singh is native of Sudhar of Ludhiana and working as an assistant professor at Guru Gobind Singh National College (Narangwal).
In a communication to Joshi on Thursday, secretary of AAP’s state unit Sanjay Sawant said party chief Arvind Kejriwal had urged workers and supporters of the party to vote for “candidates of secular parties to ensure protection of the democracy and Constitution”.
Explaining the rationale behind the demand, Haryana AAP spokesperson Sudhir Yadav said that apart from proximity to Delhi, these seats suit AAP factors such as caste and religion play less of a role here.
In the ten-minute video, posted on Mann's Facebook page on Wednesday, the party's state chief can be seen saying, "We can beat the candidates in honesty and transparency but we cannot beat them in money."
New Delhi, Feb 19 (ANI): Taking a jibe at B.S. Bassi over the ongoing JNU controversy, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Somnath Bharti on Friday alleged it seems that the Delhi Police Commissioner is loyal to the 'Khaki' pants worn by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) workers. He said the Delhi Police is taking haphazard action. When Bassi talks about the 'khaki', it is not clear whether he is talking about the policemen, who wear the 'khaki' uniform or the 'Khaki' pants which the RSS workers wear.
New Delhi, Feb 08 (ANI): Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) union leader RB Uthwal, on Monday said that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Government should clear all dues of workers pending since 2003 if it wanted to put an end to the ongoing strike. Uthwal further said that the wages given by the Delhi Government on the condition of that temporary workers being removed from their respective duties won't be accepted. He stressed that the only way to end the strike is to give permanent jobs to these workers and clear all pending dues. He further asked the Delhi High Court to pay attention to the condition of poor workers and their families before giving its final judgement on the strike.