AAP’s Haryana state unit dissolved with immediate effect


Chandigarh| The Haryana state unit of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been dissolved with immediate effect. In a letter dated January 25, signed by the party’s National General Secretary Dr. Sandeep Pathak, it has been said that the Haryana ‘AAP’ unit is dissolved with immediate effect. Along with this, it has been told that soon the party will be formed afresh in the state.

The dissolution of the state unit means that the units of all the districts and other fronts have also been dissolved. All these will be constituted afresh. If seen, the Aam Aadmi Party has been in Haryana for a long time, but only in two-four districts, little effect of the party organization is visible.

Although, AAP could not do anything special in the recently concluded Panchayat and Zilla Parishad elections, but the enthusiasm of the workers joining the party and contesting the elections has indicated to the party that better can be done in Haryana as well.

The AAP unit of Haryana was running without a state president for the last two years. Earlier, Naveen Jaihind was heading the party in the state. If we look at the current situation, elections are going to be held in three municipal corporations of the state this year, while next year in 2024 assembly elections are also to be held.

In the last assembly elections, the party did not get a single seat, due to which the party felt that there was a need for change in the organization. This could be the reason why the party has decided to dissolve the state unit and rebuild it.

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