AAP gets boost, former president of All India Vikas Party, leader of Lok Insaf Party join party
Looking at AAP's tremendous response in the region, more people want to join party: Harpal Singh Cheema
Ludhiana: Looking at the tremendous response that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been receiving, people of repute are joining the party. The AAP got a major boost in Ludhiana on Friday when former president of All India Vikas Party, Jasvir Singh Thethi, leader of Lok Insaf Party, Abdul Qadir and RSS worker Manoj Kumar joined the party in the presence of AAP's senior leader and Leader of Opposition (LoP) in the Punjab Assembly, Harpal Singh Cheema.
Warmly welcoming them into the party, Cheema said that today the people of Punjab are seeing the Aam Aadmi Party as their only ray of hope. Jasvir Singh Thethi, is a truck body maker and was the president of All India Vikas Party in 2002. He also fought MLA elections from the same party. Thethi was also the Block Samiti candidate from the Congress party. Meanwhile, Abdul Qadir, an advocate in Ludhiana court, was the president of Minority Wing of Lok Insaf Party.
On the occasion, Cheema said that more and more people were willing to join the party because they see AAP as the only credible alternative that can change politics in the state and make the lives of the people better. "With the joining of such personalities, the strength of the AAP is set to increase manifold for the upcoming assembly elections," he added.