Broom will be AAP Symbol throughout India Posted on Dec 12 2013 by Election News India  | (0) Comment                   AAP volunteers and senior leaders can now wave Jhadu throughout India as Election Commission authorized AAP to use Jhadu symbol nationwide. After getting around 30 percent vote share in Delhi election, AAP cleared the condition to be a state recognized party. Broom will be AAP Symbol throughout India


A party need to get 6 percent of the total vote polled in a state election to be recognized as state party. On request of AAP, election commission allowed them to use one symbol throughout country. AAP have plans to fight on 160 Lok Sabha seats in general elections 2014 and allotment of one symbol will help them to get recognition among voters.


Aam Aadmi Party is first party in Indian Political History which is so successful in its first election. Other parties in neighboring states are also feeling heat after AAP win in Delhi. Haryana Chief Minister Bhupendra Hooda on asking about AAP chances in Haryana said, “We will take the party and leaders very seriously.” 


This shows the impact of Aam Aadmi Party after first election and winning 28 seats in Delhi. Although AAP is planning to increase its target area but Delhi would still remain a challenge for Party, as re-elections are unavoidable. Aam Aadmi Party leaders have to introspect and decide about future agenda, as both the elections may come together.

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