AAP declares 6 out of 7 candidates in Delhi for Lok sabha election 2019

The Aam Aadmi party has introduced the names of its applicants for six of the seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi. The assertion was made with the aid of Delhi AAP convenor Gopal Rai, who additionally said that the party will not be stepping into an alliance with the Congress.
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while Atishi Marlena has been nominated to contest from East Delhi, Guggan Singh will contest from Northwest Delhi. AAP political affairs committee member Raghav Chadha will contest from South Delhi, while Pankaj Gupta has been nominated to contest from the Chandni Chowk seat. Dilip Pandey and Brijesh Goyal will contest from Northeast Delhi and New Delhi seats respectively.

The party has now not yet decided who will contest from the West Delhi seat.

Clearing the air regarding the opportunity of a tie up with the Congress, Gopal Rai stated that the AAP had acquired communications from the Congress.
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He said that the Delhi Congress, led by Sheila Dikshit, had refused the tie-up yesterday.

Rai said that the second conversation changed into conveyed via Rahul Gandhi himself inside the February thirteen mahagathbandhan meeting

Rai said Congress President Rahul Gandhi had refused a proposal for an alliance during a meeting of Opposition parties in February.

“We wanted an alliance. But the way [Congress Delhi chief] Sheila Dikshit refused it we felt there is no more time to wait as elections are near,” Rai said. He added that the Aam Aadmi Party still feels that “there should be one candidate of the Opposition against the Bharatiya Janata Party, not only in Delhi but in other states also”.

Aam Aadmi party chief and Delhi leader Minister Arvind Kejriwal had last week said his party became preparing to contest the Lok Sabha elections alone as the Congress has ruled out an alliance with it. He had earlier claimed he was “tired of trying to persuade the Congress” for an alliance.

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