AAP Leaders to Meet Today to Discuss Participation in Bengaluru Opposition Meet

New Delhi: Top leaders of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) are scheduled to meet today to discuss their participation in the Opposition meeting in Bengaluru on July 17-18. The meeting, which will be attended by members of AAP’s Political Affairs Committee and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, will also focus on devising a strategy for the upcoming Monsoon session of Parliament.

Earlier, after the first Opposition meeting in Patna on June 23, AAP released a statement expressing their concerns about the Congress party’s hesitancy and refusal to cooperate as a team player. The statement emphasized that the AAP would find it challenging to be part of any alliance involving Congress.

The primary reason behind AAP’s stance was the Congress’ failure to publicly oppose the Centre’s controversial ordinance regarding the control of administrative services in Delhi. Consequently, AAP made it clear that they would not participate in future opposition gatherings if the Congress did not take a public stand against the ordinance.

Today’s meeting holds significant importance for AAP as they deliberate on their involvement in the upcoming Opposition meeting in Bengaluru and strategize for the forthcoming Monsoon session of Parliament. The party’s decision will impact their future alliances and engagements with other opposition parties, especially with regard to the Congress party’s position on the contentious ordinance.

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