AAP leaders from NE meet Kejriwal, discussed various issue including upcoming parliamentary and assembly election

ITANAGAR, OCT 15 : The Aam Admi Party leaders from various North Eastern states of the country on Sunday met the AAP national leadership at New Delhi and discussed various issues including upcoming parliamentary and assembly elections in the country.

State AAP President Yamra Taya informed from New Delhi over phone that “ the team of AAP leaders from several north eastern states of the country today has met our national leadership in Delhi and discussed various issues related to political development and upcoming parliamentary election and assembly election in various states of the country”. He said.   

“It was an important meeting with the various national leaders. We also meet the National Convener Arvind Kejriwal who is also the Chief Minister of Delhi. National General secretary (organisation) Dr Sandeep Pathak and national general secretary organisation and North East State In-charge Rajesh Sharma”. Yamra Taya said.

The detailed discussion about party organisation & upcoming Loksabha/ Vidhansabha elections in the north eastern states. the current political scenario in respective states was also discussed and the present political scenario of various states were highlighted by state presidents. He said.

We have confidence in the national leadership and me and extend all support to strengthen the party in Arunachal Pradesh. I have extended best wishes from the entire team of  AAP of Arunachal Pradesh. 

Kejriwal was happy to meet the leaders of NE and discussed and suggested strengthening the party right from grassroots level to state level to show the party strength in upcoming elections in various states and also in the parliamentary election in the country. Said Yama Taya.

He further inform that AAP has decided to contest 1 Lok Sabha Seat and Assembly Election in line with team INDIA. AAP shall contest election in all North Eastern States too.

The AAP leader Kerrigan has appeal the people of the state in particular and North Eastern State as whole to support AAP to save Indian Constitution and to uphold the secular principles and fabric of democracy.

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