Yogendra Yadav to launch political party Swaraj Abhiyan on October 2

New Delhi: Former National Executive of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Yogendra Yadav today said that he would launch a political part Swaraj Abhiyan on October 2nd, to provide alternative politics.

The Swaraj Abhiyan co-founder Yogendra, is himself a member of a six-member party committee which he formed to finalized the process of party formation.

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Yogendra has made his close aide Ajit Jha convener of the Swaraj Abhiyan.

Yadav, speaking at the conclusion of Abhiyan’s two-day national conclave here, said that they had learnt from the past mistakes and would ensure that the new party should not go the Aap’s way.

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Yogendra Yadav said, “We had decided to work on three levels at the time of formation of Swaraj Abhiyan. One, to build the organisation on democratic principles, secondly to launch nationwide campaigns on serious issues facing the nation, and thirdly to ensure transparency and accountability. The meaning for making a political party is to bring the energy of truth and honesty on one platform. It will be a platform for alternate politics.”

Professor Anand Kumar was elected the national convenor of Swaraj Abhiyan.

Earlier, Swaraj Abhiyan’s mentor and senior advocate Shanti Bhushan took potshots at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying he had made the AAP a one-man party.

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