Aam Aadmi Party Manifesto 2019 for General Lok Sabha Elections: You all should know that the Aam Aadmi Party is looking forward to seeing the 2019 Lok Sabha Election as a chance to show their talent. The party is quite ready and they have released some big plans for the upcoming election in India. The Aam Aadmi Party has indicated that their Manifesto is going to be a positive approach towards a progressive India. They have already shared that they are focused on issues related to women’s safety, health, and education. You all can check out the updates of the Aam Aadmi Party Manifesto below. AAP Party Candidates List 2019
Remember that the voting in the seats of Lok Sabha Election is on 12th May in Delhi. Also, the sources are saying that the Aam Aadmi Party has set up a “War Room” as it’s headquartered and they are working on a progressive manifesto which could be released sooner than you think. They wanted to grab all the seven Lok Sabha constituencies’ seats of Delhi. These seats aren’t going to be the easy task for APP. Rai said they are working towards the problem and wanted to create the solution via their Manifesto.Lok Sabha Elections Result 2019
State Wise Election Results – Lok Sabha Elections 2019
Also, the reports are coming that the preparations for the polls were in full swing and the party was trying to establish direct contact with the people at the grassroots level. You all should know that Aam Aadmi Party’s current CM Arvind Kejriwal is quite busy in various kinds of actions and demands nowadays. The party is seeking the full state right to Delhi and this is the show they are planning to do it. Loksabha Chunav Parinam 2019
AAP party said that they aren’t in a hurry to release the Lok Sabha Election Manifesto because they wanted to know the people better and last is good than wrong promises. Also, they are receiving the reports from the “War Zone” which they created for this election. Reports are coming that a20-member core team is keeping an eye on the various reports and volunteers given functional responsibilities in shifts. Which Party would get majority seats in 2019 Lok Sabha elections?