AAP is not going to contest Baroda meeting by-election


Ravi S Singh

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 11

AAP is not going to contest the approaching by-election for Baroda meeting, even whereas ruling BJP-JJP and principal Opposition Congress have zeroed in for the political battle.

The different main participant in Haryana politics, the INLD, is engaged on a technique to spring a shock on its opponents.

 The choice to not enter the fray follows a current assembly of National Convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his get together leaders associated to Haryana. However, there was a push from a piece of native get together leaders to contest the by-election. 

The cause to drop the concept was stated to be a technique of not staking get together’s status within the state only for one constituency. The get together continues to be a fledgling outfit, and it ought to deal with increasing its base.

“Contesting one assembly seat at the present juncture will not serve party’s larger goal. The election will not be contested on principles and ideologies,” a senior get together chief stated right here on Friday.

 Insiders in AAP, nonetheless, say in confidence that the get together management is cautious that the competition in Baroda will lastly boil right down to BJP-JJP and the Congress, which might be led by former Chief Minister BS Hooda.

Hooda is taken into account to be wielding affect, particularly in rural areas and the farming neighborhood. He additionally has maintain among the many farming neighborhood.

As far as methods are involved, JJP’s nationwide spokesperson Dinesh Dagar stated the plan for the by-election is prepared, and might be executed as quickly as ballot schedule was introduced.

Hooda will quickly go to Baroda. Congress chief have already made a number of visits.

INLD nationwide vice-president Prakash Bharti stated get together chief and MLA Abhay Chautala has toured the constituency. Party has already touched base with 45 out of about 60 villages within the constituency.

“The contest will eventually be between Congress and the INLD,” Bharti stated.

The by-election has been necessitated because of demise of sitting Congress MLA Srikishan Hooda. 

The BJP had stood second within the final Assembly election within the state.  



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