AAP aims for Gujarat after Punjab win, to kick off ‘tiranga yatra’ in April


The Aam Aadmi Party will kickoff ‘tiranga yatra’ in Gujarat in April ahead of the assembly polls in the state this year. Recently, the AAP swept Punjab polls, bagging 92 of 117 seats in the state.

The Aam Aadmi Party is all set to launch its plan for the upcoming Gujarat Assembly polls. After registering an impressive win in Punjab, the AAP will now start a drive in Gujarat.

In a Twitter post on Thursday, the AAP wrote, “After Delhi and Punjab, now Gujarat wants ‘AAP’.”

The AAP will kickoff ‘tiranga yatra’ in Gujarat in April this year. The yatra will be taken out in all tehsils and village panchayats in all districts of Gujarat.

AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and his party’s chief minister’s face in Punjab, Bhagwat Mann, will visit Gujarat soon.

The Congress was at a distant second with 18 seats while the SAD alliance was at four. The BJP and its allies had won on two.