AAP will hold meetings in Gujarat to decide its next move: Kejriwal

Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today stated that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will contest assembly elections in Gujarat if “people ask for it” and his party will conduct meetings in Gujarat to decide its further move.

In a programme he began from today, “Talk to AK” interaction with the public, Kejriwal said: “The party does not contest polls. It’s the people of the state who fight it. Even in Delhi, the people spent (their own) money to bring us to power.”

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“Similarly, if people of Gujarat want us to contest, we will fight assembly elections in the state,” said Kejriwal, who is also national convenor of the AAP.

The party would hold a meeting in Gujarat in the next two or three months to decide its next move in the state, he said.

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