AAP govt launches frontal organisation for labourers ahead of Lok Sabha polls
NEW DELHI: The AAP for the Lok Sabha 2019 would focus on strengthening the frontal organisation hence on Thursday launched one such organisation for the labourers of Delhi. 'The frontal organisations will help us to campaign and also strengthen the base of the party. The labourers of Delhi have many problems and through this frontal organisations we will take these matter to the governments," said Gopal Rai.
The AAP is already reviewing the ground level work before the Lok Sabha poll thereafter the final list of candidates would be out. The party has already found that in some of the constituency there are some problems which should be addressed. "The party is working in the ground and we are getting good support. There are some tough places where the work is on and in the coming days everything would be solved," said a leader. He added that the Delhi government works on the education, health and welfare schemes have a good reach to people. "All our schemes are working well and the people have already understood the benefits, hence they are happy and with us," said the leader.
Earlier, the Aam Aadmi Party announced the formation of frontal organisations – a youth wing and a senior citizens wing – to expand its reach ahead of the 2019 general election. Ramesh Matiyala will be the President of the Youth Wing, while AAP's Chairperson of Grievance Cell, Suresh Gupta, will head the party's senior citizens wing, AAP's Delhi Convenor Gopal Rai told reporters.
Describing the structure of the frontal organisations, Rai said that at the top of these organisations will be a team of the state. "The state team will be followed by a Lok Sabha officer, district officer, Vidhan Sabha officer, ward officer, Mandal officer and a booth officer." The AAP leader said that his party's youth wing will restore the faith of Delhi's youngsters, who have been "disappointed by the Narendra Modi government". "Our youth wing will revive the hopes of development in the country," he said.