In coming days, AAP will have strong grassroot level presence in Mumbai, says Sanjay Singh
Senior Aam Aadmi Party leader Sanjay Singh met party workers in Mumbai on Sunday. The Mumbai visit is seen as an attempt by the AAP to expand party base in the city. In a conversation with DNA, the newly-elected Rajya Sabha member spoke extensively about AAP’s plans in Mumbai and rest of India. He also said that while party was looking to contest all elections, it was still time before they could talk more about it as they needed to first analyse organisational strength to contest elections.
Q. Of all the places, Govandi seemed to be a peculiar choice for the rally. Is it because it has sizeable Muslim population?
A. There are many people who are from Uttar Pradesh. They had called me for the program. There are people from my native place, Sultanpur and there are many from our Maharashtra unit. Such programs are happening everywhere. I am going everywhere. The idea of the meeting was to take the country forward. BJP is into hate politics and wants to divide while AAP wants to take country forward through love and unity. The biggest issue is tackle hate politics that is being spread. I do not think you should see …read more