"AAP setting National Party", Gujarat Results Come in: Manish Sisodia

NEW DELHI : Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday said that Gujarat Assembly election will elevate Aam Aadmi Party to the national level.

Taking to Twitter Sisodia wrote: "Through the votes of Gujarat, Aam Aadmi Party is becoming national party. For the first time, politics based on education and health is getting recognition in the country. Congratulations to the people of India."

The main rival Congress, on the other hand, is far behind with a lead of just 20 seats, while the saffron party is on track for its best-ever performance in Gujarat, according to early trends of vote counting.

In the meantime, the AAP is in the lead in six seats after launching an intensive campaign to make it a three-cornered race for the first time in Gujarat.

With AAP in power in Delhi and Punjab, the party has attained the status of a state party, and its future as a national party will depend on the outcomes of the Gujarat Assembly Election in 2022. A political party cannot become a national party until it is recognised in at least four states. To be recognised as a party in the state, it needs to win at least 2 seats and 6% of votes.

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