The Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party entwines on the political perspicacity like snakes seeking warmth in the colder season. It wants to dent into the unstable political parties seething with the internal rivalry. It’s making slow pace in Nagaland following the party’s resolve to contest the assembly polls. Every bit of the party’s leaders’ neutral adroitness mixed with desperate urge persuades them to look for fresh political pastures.
That’s why it is, despite the rigorous electoral debacle in Gujarat, craving for fresh efforts into the north-east state where the NDA holds the helms of affairs. It could be a certain sort of astonishment but there was nothing wrong to test its position in that hilly state. The party desires devoutly to give an effectual blow to its political opponents.
It has set its sights on the Northeast states like Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura and Meghalaya. Only a few seats will be contested in Tripura as AAP leader Habung Payeng said. Nagaland, Meghalaya and Mizoram appear to be fertile states for the Aam Aadmi Party. But its critics maintained that this political party was nothing different from other established parties.
Although the Naga People’s Front is the main stronger political party in Nagaland yet the party has possessed intrinsic objective of expanding its political base there. For this aim in view, the party may set up its headquarters at Kohima or Dimapur. Quite a common vice like corruption also pricks the Nagaland government. It is the pivotal issue there.
The AAP will contest on all its 60 assembly seats. Its unconditional commitment finds a place in the designed task of extending organisational base behind the idea. The AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal shifts his political glance everywhere. He does not incline to miss legislative assembly elections in those mountainous lands where he could fetch certain seats.