Political organization

Consider assembly polls at J&K, AAP to revamp its organizational structure at UT [details]

While the Election Commission of India has taken steps to organize assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday dissolved its unit in Jammu and Kashmir to reorganize the structure organization in the territory of the Union before the elections.

With the support of certain prominent political figures in the party, the leadership of the AAP decided to welcome newcomers to the organization.

“Jammu and Kashmir is ready to welcome change. Aam Aadmi Party has grown tremendously in the region in recent times. To strengthen the organization, all current units in Jammu and Kashmir are disbanded with effect The new organization will be announced soon,” tweeted Punjab Minister Harjot Singh Bains, who is responsible for elections in Jammu province.

Bains recently visited different parts of Jammu province and interacted with bureau members and other senior party leaders.

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AAP Focuses on Upcoming J&K Assembly Elections

After joining some prominent political figures, the leadership of the AAP is trying to strengthen its base in J&K in general and in Jammu province in particular.

Delhi’s Minister of Food and Civil Supply, Imran Hussain, who is responsible for the Kashmir Valley elections, has unhesitatingly admitted that the J&K unit has been disbanded ahead of the upcoming assembly polls in the UT.

“In view of the upcoming elections and the completion of the demarcation at J&K, the AAP is in the process of forming its organization down to the village/stand level at J&K,” said Hussain, who is informed on Twitter.
“All current units in Jammu and Kashmir are disbanded with immediate effect. The new AAP-J&K organization will be announced soon,” he added.

In a statement, the party said the decision to disband its unit in Jammu and Kashmir was taken as part of its plan to expand across the country.

The party has moved to restructure its unity in Jammu and Kashmir, with the election commission setting in motion the process of holding assembly polls in the union territory.

Party gets a big boost in its expansion plan at J&K

With the joining of three former Jammu and Kashmir Panthers Party legislators, the AAP has already received a big boost in its expansion plan in Jammu and Kashmir.

Harsh Dev Singh, a three-time MP and former minister of education, joined the AAP on May 7 with nearly 100 members, including some elected from the Panchayat.

Before joining Harsh Dev Singh, two former party lawmakers Balwant Singh Mankotia and Yash Paul Kundal joined the party in New Delhi on April 10.

Along with them, more than 100 local leaders including village chiefs and members of Block Development Council (BDC) and District Development Council (DDC) also joined the party in the presence of the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia, and the Minister of Environment, Gopal. Rai.

Mankotia is a two-time MP for Udhampur and resigned from the Panthers party in February 2021, citing a “family issue”. Kundal, another Panthers party leader, is also a two-time MP and former minister.

DDC member Taranjit Singh Tony and former Congress leader Surinder Singh Shingari were among the prominent figures who joined the party led by Arvind Kejriwal.

Election Commission of India.

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ECI launches the process of revising the electoral rolls

Amid reports that the BJP-led government is to hold the first Assembly elections in J&K, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has written a letter to the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of J&K to proceed. to a special summary revision of the electoral rolls.

The ECI asked the J&K government to complete the process by October 31, 2022, with the final publication of the electoral lists.