The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will review the loss of eight constituencies in the recently concluded Assembly election.
The decision was taken in a meeting presided by AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal to review the defeat in eight seats on Thursday. All senior leaders of the party and candidates were present in the meeting. In the meeting, reasons of the defeat were discussed in detail. The respective candidates also provided their inputs.
Kejriwal instructed all the leaders to keep in touch with public even on the seats which the party failed to win. He told them to understand the problems that people face and resolve them promptly.
The AAP convener also suggested establishing a close relationship with the public. In the meeting, leaders also expressed surprise at defeat even after undertaking so many developmental works by the Government. Also, the seats where there was narrow margin of defeat got a special mention, among which Lakshmi Nagar was the most prominent where the party lost by just eight hundred votes. Kejriwal instructed all leaders to initiate constant discussion among the public about the Government’s development works. He also asked to have constant contact with those who are benefiting from various schemes of the AAP-led Government.