Nagaland: AAP to Contest from all Sixty Constituencies
- Three of the Northeastern states i.e. Meghalaya, Tripura, and Nagaland, are going to face the assembly elections in early 2018
- AAP party announced that it is going to contest the assembly election in Nagaland, and it would contest from all the sixty constituencies in the state
Three of the Northeastern states i.e. Meghalaya, Tripura, and Nagaland, are going to face the assembly elections in early 2018. The local parties, as well as the national parties, are gearing up for the battle. In the recent update, AAP has announced to contest in the Nagaland Assembly Elections, 2018.
Party’s ace politicians Ashutosh and Sanjay Singh are in Nagaland. While addressing the press conference, the party announced that it is going to contest the assembly election in Nagaland, and it would contest from all the sixty constituencies in the state.
Earlier, the party had announced in the month of July that it would contest in the assembly election of Nagaland. AAP Nagaland had made this announcement to its party chief, Arvind Kejriwal, and the leader of Political Affairs Committee (PAC), Rakesh Sinha, during a meeting in New Delhi that was held on July 31. The delegation of Nagaland was led by Dr. Amos Longkumer, State Convener, and Dr. Lemwang Chuhwanglim, State spokesperson, along with other eight executive members.
AAP Nagaland had highlighted on the achievements that the party had gathered in the period one and half year and had announced to start its political campaign to different parts of Nagaland in the following months to prepare for the 2018 assembly elections.
The media cell of AAP Nagaland had stated that Kejrival had assured to support the party in every political venture and had assured to work in the line to strengthen the party and to bring about political transformation in the State for the benefit of the common people.