‘Tired of talking on seat sharing’, AAP cornered Congress after announcement of candidates in Assam

AAP announces 3 candidates for Assam: The tussle over seat sharing still continues in the opposition alliance India Block. Now a new case of tussle between Congress and its allies has come to light in Assam. Here, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday (February 8) announced its candidates for three Lok Sabha constituencies. Aam Aadmi Party said that it is tired of negotiating seat sharing with Congress here. Even after months of talks, no results were coming.

In a press conference at the party headquarters in Delhi on Thursday (February 8), AAP’s national general secretary (organisation) Sandeep Pathak said, “They have made Manoj Dhanohar from Dibrugarh, Bhabhen Chaudhary from Guwahati and Rishi Raj from Sonitpur as their candidates. All have been active in these areas for a long time and are meeting the people of the area.”

‘We have to contest elections to win’

Reiterating his party’s stand, Sandeep Pathak said, “It will not form an alliance with the Congress in Punjab. He said that talks are going on on seat sharing in Delhi for the general elections and the situation will be clear soon.” He further said, “We are now tired of talking about seat sharing. This talk has been going on for months, but it is not yielding any results. We have to fight to win the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.”

‘Standing strongly with India Block’

However, he also said in front of the media that, Aam Aadmi Party stands strongly with the Indian National Development Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) and it is expected that Congress and other parties included in India will support them on these three seats. Pathak said, “We are with India Bloc, but the first goal is to win the elections. I believe that everything should be expedited, but even after a lot of talks in many states, the situation is not becoming clear.

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