Role of Aam Aadmi Party in upcoming General Elections of India 2014

Aam Aadmi Party is doing very well campaign of marketing for their party in Delhi Elections around the state. It is the first election for them because they haven’t any previous experience of elections. It is also not much easy for them to contest against old and much experienced politicians. Most of candidates of AAP in Delhi Elections 2013 is new and they didn’t have any much previous experience of contesting elections of any types. There are lots of advantages and disadvantages of this in the upcoming General Elections of India 2014. Let’s see some discussion about the AAP party.

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Where they will contest ?

There is no official announcement from the party but Manish Sisodia has announced that they will contest in all 48 seats of Lok sabha as reported in Indian Express. As per this move, we can also predict that Aam Aadmi Party will also contest in all other states where they have some level significant like Delhi state. In Delhi, they have created so much news about their party. So, it is best chance  for them to grab some Lok sabha seats from traditional political parties.

AAP Role in Delhi Elections

As predicted on Delhi Election 2013 website, Aam Aadmi Party is going to form the Government. If we didn’t consider this survey, AAP is also winning good number of seats as predicted on various news papers and news channel website. So, it is the best chance to trigger people towards Aam Aadmi Party from Delhi Election 2013.

Let’s wait for the upcoming Delhi Election and see what will happen.

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