After Gujarat Poll Results, AAP Became Youngest National Party: Kejriwal

New Delhi: After Aam Aadmi Party got almost 13 per cent votes in the Gujarat Assembly election, party chief and Delhi CM, Arvind Kejriwal said that AAP today become the youngest national party.

Kejriwal said, “Today, the AAP has become a national party. Results of the Gujarat elections have come and the party has become a national party. 10 years ago, AAP was a small party and now, after 10 years, it has govts in two states and has become a national party.”

He further thanked the people of the country and said, “Many many congratulations to the workers of the Aam Aadmi Party and all the countrymen.

“The number of votes that the AAP has got from Gujarat has legally made Aam Aadmi Party a national party. For AAP to get the status of the national party it will require at least 6 per cent vote share and needs to win at least two seats,” he added.

Aam Aadmi Party has made its entry into the state assembly having won two seats and leading on two more. The party has increased its vote percentage to 12.87 per cent in an indication of its growing presence in the state.

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