AAP just one step away from becoming a national party, got recognition in Goa
AAP just one step away from becoming a national party, got recognition in Goa

New Delhi: Delhi CM and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener Arvind Kejriwal has given great news to party supporters. Through Twitter, Kejriwal has told that after Delhi and Punjab, the Election Commission has also recognized AAP in Goa. He has said that AAP will get the status of a national party as soon as it gets this status in another state. Kejriwal has congratulated the workers for their hard work and has also thanked the public.

Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, "After Delhi and Punjab, AAP has now become a recognized regional party in Goa as well. If we get recognition in another state, we will be officially declared a 'National Party.' I congratulate all the volunteers for their hard work. I thank people for showing faith in AAP.'' The AAP supremo has also shared the letter received from the Election Commission with this tweet. The letter states that AAP has fulfilled the conditions of status as a State Party in Goa under Para 6A of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) on the basis of performance in the Goa Assembly Elections 2022. That's why the commission has given the status of a state party to AAP in Goa.

Explain that by getting recognition of a political party in four states, the status of a national party automatically gets. The party has gained power in Delhi and Punjab and now it has got status in Goa too. AAP is currently preparing to contest assembly elections in Gujarat and Himachal. They are hopeful of doing well in Gujarat.

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