AAP not to contest UP elections, but will expose wrong promises of BJP

Photo of Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Lucknow: The Aam Admi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal has decided not to contest upcoming Uttar Pradesh state assembly elections but will campaign against the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP).

AAP spokesperson Vaibhav Maheshwari said, once the election process will get completed in Punjab and Goa in which AAP is contesting election, it’s all star campaigners including all leaders will be focusing on Uttar Pradesh to expose BJP, “which has betrayed the country and which is the biggest devil in national politics.”

He said, the party is working on the details of senior AAP leaders’ tour programme in the state but most all of them will campaign against the saffron party so that the people will see the real face of the BJP and they will tell them what will happen if they are elected in the power.

He further added that his party will apprise people of the “wrongs” committed by BJP although they will not seek votes for any party in the Uttar Pradesh polls.

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Interestingly, the ruling party in Center is contesting the elections with demonetisation as the main issue which AAP has dubbed it as the biggest scam.

While AAP is not in poll fray in Uttar Pradesh, it is contesting in Punjab and Goa where polling is slated for February 4th.

The Uttar Pradesh will witness seven-phase polls which will start on February 11 and ends on March 8 and AAP leaders will get enough opportunity to criss-cross the state.

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