27 December 2013

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Aam Adami Party begins preparations for Loksabha Elections 2014

Aam Adami Party begins preparations for Loksabha Elections 2014

Aam Aadmi Party has announced its decision to contest the 2014 Loksabha Elections.
It is now asking all honest people to join AAP and contest the elections.
Aam Aadmi Party has been a common man's party and as it is the "Aam Aadmi" & "Aam Aurat" of this great country that can bring about a change to the system.

If you are are interested in contesting the Lok Sabha Elections with the Aam Aadmi Party,
Please follow the instructions below and send us your nomination form.

The eligibility criteria –

The candidates should not have any criminal records, their character must be vouched for by residents, and they must face no corruption charges and will have to get 100 signatures per Assembly seat that fall in the Parliamentary constituency, to back their candidature.

Please download and fill the form & sign on each page.

Link to download form -Download Form

Send the complete form with a passport size photograph to: Pankaj Gupta, Aam Aadmi Party, A-119, Kaushambi, Ghaziabad - 201002 , UP.

Note: You may also send the Duly Filled Form after scanning on the e-mail ID: aapls2014@gmail.com

AAP leader Yogendra Yadav said: “The two members — national secretary of the party Pankaj Gupta and Mr. Singh — will look after the preparations for the Lok Sabha polls. They will help in making the party’s election manifesto and other poll-related issues.”

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Destination Infinity December 27, 2013  

I think they should focus on doing something credible in Delhi, first. I would have preferred to see them get an absolute majority in Delhi, deliver excellent Governance, and then focus on All-India level. It's only my opinion though - I am afraid going for everything right now may dilute the policy-based credentials of the party. Especially when they do things like getting into coalition with parties they campaigned so vociferously against.

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