Hundreds of journalists, thousands of activists eager to join AAP

Correspondent / Mumbai

While 'Aam Aadmi Party' is being seen as the second option in the country, the victory of Punjab after Delhi has created panic among other political parties about 'AAP'. Because thousands of citizens including many lawyers, journalists are eager to join AAP for the hope of development. Due to which the wave of AAP's victory is clearly visible here in the upcoming Mira Bhayandar Municipal Elections.

The strong strategy for the development of the city has already been prepared by Sukhdev Benbansi, the president of Mira Bhayander city, for the municipal elections, due to which there is a wave of great hope, expectation and attraction towards AAP among all the residents. Under the leadership of Raghunath Kushwaha, president of the same 'AAP Legal Cell' and former secretary of Andheri Court Bar Association, on the day of Shri Krishna Janmashtami, thousands of workers, including many journalists and lawyers, joined the 'AAP'. Used to be. It is to be known that on the same day in the presence of Sukhdev Benbansi and Raghunath Kushwaha, senior journalist Shailesh Jaiswal along with other workers also formally joined the Aam Aadmi Party.

 During this membership function, Raghunath Kushwaha while talking to the reporters said that all the AAP office-bearers and workers of Mira Bhayandar city are constantly fighting for the basic problems of the common people. At the same time, there is a wave of happiness for the people of the country to get another option. City Vice President Sanjeev Aggarwal, Media Incharge Rajesh Sharma, Journalist Ravindra Jain, Vice President Madhu Sinha, Soni Tiwari, Vice President Professor Durgesh Pal, Secretary Advocate Brijesh Sharma, Associate Secretary Advocate Bhaskar, Mahila Aghadi President Meena D'Souza, engaged in membership drive in Mira Bhayander. Treasurer Ram Gopal Varma, Rohit Chauhan and activist Neelam Ben etc. have expressed confidence of victory in the upcoming elections.

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