AAP’s Big Move To Expand In Himachal: More Than 9,000 Grassroot Workers Taking Oath

The Aam Aadmi Party’s active election campaign in Himachal Pradesh has today taken a new turn with the oath ceremony of more than 9,000 new grassroot workers in the state, challenging the BJP and the Congress party for the first time in Himachal Pradesh.

Though it was announced that Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab CM Bhagwant would attend the event, due to heavy rainfall across the state, both the CMs have virtually joined the oath taking ceremony. CM Kejriwal, on his official Twitter handle, quoted:

“The organisational structure of the Aam Aadmi Party has strengthened drastically in Himachal. Today, 9,193 grassroot workers have taken oath to serve the public.”

Last month, AAP’s Rajya Sabha MP and election vice-incharge for Himachal, Sandeep Pathak, claimed that till the elections, the Aam Aadmi Party’s sangathan would be twice bigger as compared to the BJP. Now, with the oath ceremony of more than 9,000 workers, the AAP seems to expand itself on ground level in Himachal. 

This is for the first time that the Aam Aadmi Party is campaigning so actively in the state, challenging the traditional politics of Congress and BJP. Himachal is amongst those states where the people change the mandate every five years. Though the political pundits are still not sure about the numbers, the Aam Aadmi Party has turned out to be a strong contender for the BJP and Congress.

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