Lok Sabha elections 2019: AAP declares names of six of the seven nominees from Delhi: Lok Sabha is the lower house of the parliament. The election for the Lok Sabha seats is conducted or held every five years. These elections are done in order to elect the Prime Minister of our country. These elections are also known by the name of general elections. The political party that acquires more seats in this election or wins in this election represents the Prime Minister of our country. Total strength of Lok Sabha is 552 seats in which 530 seats are from the states of India, 2 seats are personally nominated by the President of India from the Anglo-Indian community and the remaining 20 seats are from the Union Territories of India.
AAP announces candidates on six out of seven seats in Delhi for Lok Sabha polls
Recently, Aam Aadmi Party has announced the names of the candidates from their party. Aam Aadmi Party has declared the names of six of the seven Lok Sabha Seat contestants in Delhi. Delhi AAP convenor Gopal Rai announced that Aam Aadmi Party will not form any alliance with the Indian National Congress and he also announced the names of the nominations from their party, simultaneously.
So, here are the names of the nominations for the Lok Sabha elections 2019 from the Aam Aadmi Party.
- Atishi Marlena has been nominated to contest from East Delhi
- Guggan Singh has been nominated to contest from Northwest Delhi
- AAP political affairs committee member Raghav Chadha has been nominated to contest from South Delhi
- Pankaj Gupta has been nominated to contest from the Chandni Chowk
- Dilip Pandey and Brijesh Goyal will be competing from Northeast Delhi and New Delhi seats respectively
Well, there were the six of the seven seats of the Aam Aadmi Party. The party has not decided the nomination from the West Delhi seat yet.
AAP declares candidates for 6 of 7 seats in Delhi, says no tie-up with Congress
Clearing the fog over the possibility of tie up with the Indian National Congress, Gopal Rai said that the Aam Aadmi Party has received two communications from the Congress. The first was from Sheila Dikshit, Delhi Congress and the second communication was from Rahul Gandhi himself. Rahul Gandhi turned down the tie-up at the Mahagathbandhan meeting on February 13.
Rai said, “He himself in front of all other leaders had told AAP convener that party’s leadership is not in favour of alliance.”
“So we have just these two communications so far and so we are going ahead on our own,” he added.