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After #DelhiDecides : Five States AAP Can Focus, And Try Winning Seats In Upcoming Elections

After #DelhiDecides : Five States AAP Can Focus, And Try Winning Seats In Upcoming Elections

After #DelhiDecides : Five States AAP Can Focus, And Try Winning Seats In Upcoming Elections

We all know Aam Aadmi Party got a thumping majority in Delhi assembl elctions, where it managed to win 67 out of the total 70 seats, leaving rest three seats for the Bharatiya Janta Party to win.

It was like a Tsunami today, and it can be unstoppable if the AAP decides to focus and contest elections in these seven states, where elections are just to be held in a year or two.

Assam
Assam in recent days is witnessing disturbances by the extremist groups out in the North-eastern region and there seems to be anger amongst the people of Assam against the Tarun Gogoi’s Congress government in power.
The AAP’s Assam unit yesterday went on making it official on their facebook page about them ready to contest upcoming assembly elections in 2016. 

After #DelhiDecides : Five States AAP Can Focus, And Try Winning Seats In Upcoming Elections

After #DelhiDecides : Five States AAP Can Focus, And Try Winning Seats In Upcoming Elections

Bihar
They say Bihar under the rule of Nitish Kumar did get developed, when compared to its previous government who were in power. Here again the assembly elections are to be held in 2016, and AAP can try its luck here.

Punjab
Punjab is again a state where the youth is in a terrible condition that is addicted to drugs, and it’s said that the SAD-BJP misrule may benefit the AAP instead of the Congress or the People’s Party of the Punjab.

It’s also the state where AAP had won four Lok-Sabha seats and sources also said that it’s MP are not willing to contest upcoming municipal polls in Punjab, because they want to make a strong ground-level network, for the upcoming assembly elections next year.

West Bengal

West Bengal is always considered as safer place for believers in leftist-style politics. Mamta Banerjee after snatching the power from the left after almost three decades is said to be done nothing satisfactory for the state and this may benefit the AAP, if it considers contesting upcoming assembly elections in 2016.

Kerala

Kerala another Indian state where the leftist-style politics is still idealized and where the CPI (M) is in the opposition to the ruling Congress. The anti-incumbency factor for the assembly elections in 2016 can be in favour of the AAP instead of the traditional left parties.

Is AAP the new left of India?
The only thing that can be proved if the AAP gets favourable success in upcoming elections in these states is the re-birth of a new left-font.

 

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