Assembly Elections result 2022: Punjab winning AAP set to hold victory rally in Uttar Pradesh
The Aam Aadmi Party which swept Congress in Punjab is set to hold a victory rally in Uttar Pradesh to celebrate its massive win in the Punjab Assembly Elections.
The AAP’s UP in-charge Sanjay Singh said his party’s victory in Punjab shows that people have accepted AAP as a national alternative and want to use the broom (AAP’s election symbol) to clean politics. The AAP will set up a strong organisation up to the village level in UP to ensure equal rights for all. Work in this direction will start immediately, Singh said.
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He also announced that the party will organize a party meeting in Lucknow on March 23, 24 to review AAP’s performance in Uttar Pradesh.
The AAP contested all 403 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh and most of its candidates have forfeited its deposits on most of the seats.
However, this election was the direct fight between the BJP and the Samajwadi Party. The BJP won 255, while its allies Apna Dal bagged 12 and Nishad Party secured win on 12 seats.
Akhilesh Yadav-led Samaajwadi Party secured win on 211 seats while its allies Rashtriya Lok Dal bagged 8 seats.
Apart from these two rivals, the Congress and Raja Bhaiyya’s Jansatta Dal (Loktantrik) have won 2 seats each.
Mayawati’s BSP has also won a single seat from Rasra while APP did not open its account in UP.
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