AAP suffers a major setback in Punjab; party candidate from Ferozepur (Rural) quits

Just 27 days ahead of the state Assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) suffered a major setback with a party candidate from Ferozepur (Rural) Ashu Bangar quitting the party on Monday

Ashu Bangar
Ashu Bangar
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Bipin Bhardwaj

Just 27 days ahead of the state Assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) suffered a major setback with a party candidate from Ferozepur (Rural) Ashu Bangar quitting the party on Monday morning.

Fielded by the AAP from Ferozepur (Rural) Bandar quit the party before filing his nomination papers.

Bandar while talking to a TV channel accused the AAP leadership of harassing and forcing him to spend huge money on the party's publicity. “I finally decided to quit the party. Where should I bring such a huge amount from for the party?” rued Bangar.

He, however, claimed that the next course of action will be decided shortly after discussing this with his friends and supporters.


AAP’s Co-convenor and in charge of Punjab, Raghav Chadha, however, claimed that a big conspiracy is being hatched against AAP in Punjab. He alleged that an influential leader of Punjab Congress has allured and misled Bangar. “We will expose the conspirator soon,” claimed Chadha.

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