Raghav Chadha appointed AAP’s Punjab unit’s Co-in charge

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Delhi’s ruling Aam Aadmi Party’s  National Spokesperson Raghav Chadha , CA turned politico, has  been appointed     Party’s Punjab Unit’s Co-in charge  to galvanize the party in the Congress ruled state. In the last general elections, AAP has emerged as an opposition party in the border state. Delhi born articulate Chadha ,32, a  Punjabi by birth, is a close aide of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who was  born and grew up in Haryana ,close neighbouring state of  the  Punjabi speaking state. The AAP supremo has both Punjab and  Haryana on his radar to form governments. Recently, Kejriwal has declared to put up candidates for the Uttar Pradesh assembly poll to be held two years later. Chadha thanked Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for giving him the additional responsibility. “I would like to thank party national convener Arvind Kejriwal for instilling such confidence in me. As Co-in charge of the Party’s Punjab Unit, I will give my blood and sweat to this position and hope to do my bit in furthering the party’s position in Punjab. India is an agrarian country and whenever it comes to agriculture Punjab stands at the forefront. Our focus will be to make Punjab a truly prosperous and golden state,” he said. Asserting the party’s position to make Punjab a state to reckon with, Chadha said, “Punjab is going through challenging times. Our focus in the State will be on education and prosperity. It pains me to see how the youth of Punjab is spoiling its future by getting sucked into the vicious cycle of drugs and unemployment. Farmers have been facing severe problems as well. I take it as my personal responsibility to change these circumstances and am certain the AAP in Punjab will succeed in making the State green, happy and prosperous. “Earlier, Kejriwal also deputed Atishi ,another national spokesperson, to convey his empathy with the agitating farmers from Punjab at the Delhi border. In the last assembly elections held in Punjab in  February 1917, AAP has bagged 19 seats, SAD 18 and the INC headed by Capt Amarendra Singh secured 80 seats  in the 117 -member House

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