After Poll Disaster, AAP intensifies Mission Delhi 2020; reaches out to Volunteers

The Delhi ruling party, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), days after facing a humiliating victory in the national polls, has now intensified its mission ‘Delhi’. AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday in a bid to activate its volunteers network wrote a letter to Party workers.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asked the party to get prepare for the Delhi State Polls which are slated for next year. In a letter addressed to volunteers, AAP Chief said, ‘the party has lost the ‘Big Elections’ but Our Work will make voters to vote for us in the ‘small elections’.

Kejriwal in a letter claimed that the recently held Election was between Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi, and not for Aam Aadmi Party.

“On the brighter side, people have been enthusiastically assuring us that in the ‘small election’ for the Delhi Vidhan Sabha, they will vote in the name of the incredible work we have done in Delhi, he added in the letter.

The party volunteers had played a crucial role in party massive success in 2015 Assembly Polls in the national Capital.

It came days after party party’s poll debacle in the recently held national polls 2019. The Aam Aadmi Party had fielded candidates in Delhi, Chandigarh, Goa, Punjab, Anadman and Nicobar. While it has also stitched an alliance with Dushyant Chautala‘s JJP to contest 3 seats in Haryana. It had fielded its Candidates on some seats in Bihar, Odisha and Uttar Pradesh.

Party had contested the polls on almost 40 seats across 9 states and UTs.

However, in a big embarrassment only its candidate from Sangrur in Punjab, Bhagwant Mann, could win.

The bigger embarrassment for the party is its humiliating defeat in the national capital where it had in 2015 Assembly polls won 67 seats in 70 member assembly. Results of national polls came to AAP as a big setback who lost all 7 Lok Sabha Seats in the national capital. The party slips to the third spot in 5 seats while 3 of its candidate in the national capital lost their deposits.

The party in the national capital secured over 18% of the vote share, which is 15% less than it got in 2014 national polls.

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