With this announcement, all party positions at the state, district, taluka levels, and frontal organizations are dissolved.
Ahemdabad: The Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday said its Gujarat organizational structure has been dissolved to restructure the party unit to defeat the ruling BJP in the state Assembly elections due later this year, AAP leaders said.
According to the party’s state chief Gopal Italia, “Except for the AAP Gujarat president’s post, all other party positions have been dissolved, and a larger and more powerful structure will soon be announced in its place as part of the poll strategy.”
With this announcement, all positions at the state, district, taluka levels, and frontal organizations are dissolved, he added.
He further said, “The Aam Aadmi’s organization will end the misrule of BJP ruling for 27 years. The INC is wiped out. Now, the only hope is Kejriwal.”
Aam Aadmi Party is working to win the state assembly elections and defeat the BJP under the leadership of the AAP’s national convener, Arvind Kejriwal. he said while speaking to the media.
Highlighting it as a strategic move he said, “The party has put in place a powerful strategy, to be implemented in the months ahead of the polls.”
To implement and achieve the results as part of the strategy, there is a need to expand the organization, which is why the AAP has decided to dissolve all its units and party positions in Gujarat, except the state president’s post.
The AAP had received massive public support through its different programs organized in the state, like the ‘Parivartan Yatra’, ‘Tiranga Yatra’, and two rallies held by Arvind Kejriwal in the last few months, he claimed.
Focusing on the mass appeal of the party he said ” The ideology of AAP has reached every household and people know about the good work done by the party’s government in Delhi, he further claimed, adding that “lakhs of people have joined the party.”
The AAP’s national convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited the state four times in the last three months, his recent visit was to the Patidar stronghold of Mehsana.
It has also managed an alliance with the Bharatiya Tribal Party with an eye on tribal-dominated seats in the state.