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After declaring the first CM face for the upcoming assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party has now started the process of candidate selection
After declaring the first CM face for the upcoming assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party has now started the process of candidate selection. The party is preparing to announce candidates for most of the seats by October. AAP has fixed the deadline for joining the party by September for strong contenders who want to contest elections on the party symbol. Aam Aadmi Party has declared Colonel Ajay Kothiyal as its CM face. Col Kothiyal himself has announced to contest the assembly elections from Gangotri.
The party has already announced in-charges for ten seats, it is believed that these in-charges will be made candidates in the respective assembly. With this, the party has now moved ahead in the direction of candidate selection in other seats as well. According to sources, talks are on with leaders of other parties or independents who performed well in the last elections in at least ten seats of the party. The party has given these leaders the deadline to join the party by September, so that they can duly declared candidates by October.
In fact, the strategy of the party is that by declaring the candidate in time, one will be able to improve his / her contacts with the voters, secondly the candidate will also get time to adjust with the party system. However, there is a twist involving leaders of other parties joining the party due to ticket cut at the last minute, including some sitting MLAs. But the party has made it clear that if the candidate of the party has already been decided on the said seat, then the candidate will not be changed in any situation at the last moment.
We will announce the candidates in time. Once a candidate is declared, he will not be changed for any other big name. By October, the status of the names will be clear to a great extent said Col Ajay Kothiyal, AAP leader.