AAP announces new organizational structure with 850 office bearers for Gujarat elections


Ahead of the 2022 elections in Gujarat, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday announced a new organizational structure for the state comprising over 850 office bearers. As part of the major AAP shake-up, Isudan Gadhvi was appointed Joint National Secretary General and Indranil Rajguru was appointed Joint National Secretary. In addition, 27 new board members were appointed in Main Wing, Education Cell, Birsa Munda Morcha, Cooperative Wing, Jai Bheem Morcha, Kisan Wing, Legal Wing, sports, women’s wing, youth wing and other departments.

On June 9, the AAP had announced that it would disband all its units in the state, excluding the position of AAP Gujarat chairman, who will continue to be led by Gopal Italia. Additionally, Rajya Sabha member Sandeep Pathak, who is hailed for building the party’s base in the Punjab elections, was given responsibility for Gujarat as a state official.

Challenging the BJP’s 27-year rule, Pathak had said, “AAP is taking his organization to the stand level. An active and strong organization will be announced soon. Aam Aadmi’s organization will put an end to BJP’s mismanagement in power for 27 years. INC is over. Now the only hope is Kejriwal.”

AAP eyes elections in Gujarat

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) made its debut in Gujarat in 2021 by contesting several municipal elections in the state. While contesting in municipal corporations like Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Rajkot, Bhavnagar and Jamnagar, the party failed to open its account in most civic bodies. The Aam Aadmi Party’s hopes were bolstered by its result in the Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) elections of February 2021, in which the BJP won 93 seats and the Aam Aadmi Party won 27, while the Congress won. makes a blank.

For the 2022 Hujarayt polls, the AAP has already said it will challenge polls from all 182 state seats. “We will contest all the seats in Gujarat. Now the people of Gujarat have to decide. Until now, the people of Gujarat had no choice but now they have a choice,” the Deputy Chief Minister said. of Delhi, Manish Sisodia.


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