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AAP functionaries to discuss today future plan for LS polls

AAP functionaries to discuss today future plan for LS polls

NEW DELHI: The AAP will launch its second phase of Lok Sabha campaign from Tuesday after the result of the state assembly elections. Based on the results, the action plan would be determined from a meeting at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's residence. "All the office bearers of AAP, MPs, MLAs and other leaders will meet on Tuesday after the election results to discuss the future plan," said AAP Delhi Convenor Gopal Rai.

He further said that the party has started its initial work but after the result of the state elections on Tuesday, a clearer picture of 2019 election will come in front of the party based on that it would decide the future course of action.

Gearing up for the 2019 general elections in Delhi, the Aam Aadmi Party has instructed its incharges on three Lok Sabha seats to improve their strategy for stronger voter connects. The party has named its incharges on all the seven Lok Sabha constituencies in Delhi. The incharge on West Delhi seat, Rajpal Solanki, has however stepped down.

The incharges will be ultimately declared as official candidates of the party after a final review of their standing in respective constituencies, said a senior AAP leader.

"So far, the performance of incharges with respect to organisational work and voter outreach reflects that improvements are needed in North West Delhi, Chandni Chowk and New Delhi seats," he said. The incharges on these seats have been suggested to change their strategies for better organisational strength and voter connect that will be crucial in the election, he said.

On the remaining South, East and North East Delhi seats, the ongoing work by respective incharges have been found to be "quite satisfactory," said the party leader. The party focuses on Delhi, Haryana and Punjab and will declare its candidates on all seats in these states by mid-January. The final review of incharges on Delhi's Lok Sabha seats will be done later this month or in early January, he said.

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