July 2, 2014 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
New Delhi, India (July 2, 2014): Aam Admi Party, in a decisive move, announced not to contest from Haryana. As per reported by the party’s news portal, “In a Google hangout session with the volunteers of his party recently, Arvind Kejriwal expressed apprehension over the Aam Aadmi Party contesting the upcoming assembly in Maharashtra and Haryana”.
The party is yet to have a sound base in Maharashtra, thus his reluctance to take the plunge in the state is understandable. But his remark on Haryana, the home base of senior party leader Yogendra Yadav, has flummoxed all.
Sources in the AAP said the core group in the party feels they should concentrate on Delhi only, and not spread themselves as thin as they did during the Lok Sabha polls. Delhi is the key to the survival of the party.
“There is clear realization in the party that it has lost its appeal among the electorate in the national capital after giving up power without any provocation. Kejriwal’s resignation as chief minister was a major strategic disaster”, said the report.
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