The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), on April 26, said that it will field candidates in four assembly seats for the upcoming Tripura bypolls. The party also said that it will field candidates in 60 seats in the assembly election slated to be held in 2023.
After contesting in the Guwahati Municipal Corporation (GMC) polls, the AAP is now looking forward to contest in Tripura, where the party has intensified its door-to-door campaign in parts of Agartala.
“We started our door-to-door campaign in Agartala. Today the campaign was held in 6 Agartala Assembly Constituency seats to educate the public about the rules and principles of Arvind Kejriwal. We are promoting the developmental works of AAP in health, education, and other sectors. AAP is working to provide services to the common masses and the party works for development,” Agartala AAP leader Bijoy Krishna Goswami told reporters.
He, however, claimed that many people in Tripura are unaware of the works of AAP, and therefore they are campaigning door-to-door to garner support from the people in the upcoming polls.
“We will contest in the upcoming by-polls as well as the assembly election slated for next year, and I hope people will vote AAP to power. Now we are working to strengthen our organisation,” the AAP leader said.