7 May 2023

AAP Spreading Its Wings In Madhya Pradesh; State President Rani Agarwal On 2-Day Visit To Scindia's Stronghold, Will Meet Workers

Gwalior: After becoming a national party, the Aam Aadmi Party is slowly spreading its wings across the country. After Gujarat, AAP's full attention is now on the upcoming assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh. AAP is going to throw full force in the assembly elections of MP. 


After winning the civic elections in Singrauli, the party is looking at its political ground in MP and presenting itself to the public as an alternative. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann have also held rallies in the past.

Now news is coming that Aam Aadmi Party is going to be active in Gwalior Chambal region like BJP-Congress. Party's state president and Singrauli mayor Rani Agarwal is on a two-day visit to Gwalior. Here she will inaugurate the district headquarters of the party and will also discuss with party workers.

Gwalior Chambal is the key to power


Gwalior Chambal is called the stronghold of MP's politics. Parties try to wins the hearts of the Dalit voters here. Congress and BJP have already become active in this area and are working continuously. But now AAP has also hit the ground to make inroads in this area. 


This visit of the state president of AAP is important in view of the upcoming assembly elections. The party presents itself as an alternative to leading parties in the states it contests. In such a situation, AAP getting active in Gwalior Chambal can create difficulties for the BJP-Congress.

Will discuss with workers


During her two-day visit to Gwalior, the AAP state president will inaugurate the district office and participate in the conference of district office bearers and workers. Here she will have one to one discussion with the workers and will learn about the party's preparations for the upcoming assembly elections in Gwalior Chambal region. Rani Aggarwal will also know the views of party workers and share her experience of victory.

AAP will emerge as an alternative


Aam Aadmi Party has emerged as the third option in many areas of the state in the last few years. Another advantage for AAP is that many leaders are unhappy due to internal rift in BJP-Congress. These leaders can join AAP for the sake of ticket. 


However, the biggest problem of AAP is that there is no big face in the party. In such a situation, the party may have to suffer loss in the assembly elections. However, there is still time for the elections and it would not be right to make speculations right now. But it will definitely be interesting to see that which party may have to suffer the most due to AAP's entry into the fray?

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