AAP national executive to meet in Delhi on Wednesday
The national executive of Aam Aadmi Party will meet in New Delhi on Wednesday when it is expected to induct new members to the committee.
New Delhi: The national executive of Aam Aadmi Party will meet in New Delhi on Wednesday when it is expected to induct new members to the committee.
The party is conducting election to the National Executive, the second highest decision making body, and counting will be done on Wednesday.
The NE, which will have representation from women, Dalits and minorities and different parts of the country, is expected to give another term to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as national convenor.
Punjab, which is going to polls next year, is also expected to have a good representation in the body.
The meeting will also see Kejriwal spelling out the party's strategy as many states are going to polls next year.
The National Executive will also choose a new Political Affairs Committee (PAC) — the party's highest decision making body.
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