Will AAP attend the opposition meeting in Bengaluru or not? Decision will be taken in the important meeting of the party today -aabtak24


AAP PAC Meeting: Lok Sabha Elections All is not going well in the campaign of opposition unity to stop the chariot of PM Modi in 2024. Opposition parties are going to meet in Bengaluru on July 17 and 18, but till now the Aam Aadmi Party’s stand regarding this meeting is not clear. The party has called a meeting of the PAC (Political Affairs Committee) today, Sunday (July 16) at 4 pm to decide whether the Aam Aadmi Party will attend the opposition meeting or not.

Chief Minister of Punjab in the meeting Bhagwant Mann will join through video conferencing. If sources are to be believed, the leadership of the Aam Aadmi Party is angry about the stand of the Congress. In such a situation, a decision may be taken in the PAC meeting today regarding not attending the meeting in Bengaluru.

Opposition leaders to gather in Bengaluru

The efforts of the opposition parties are intensifying to form a front against the BJP for the Lok Sabha elections. On July 17 and 18, the opposition parties are gathering in Bengaluru, the capital of the Congress-ruled state of Karnataka, taking forward the campaign started in the Patna meeting.

In an attempt to increase the opposition clan, the Congress has sent invitations to two more small parties for this meeting. UP’s Apna Dal (Cameraists) and a regional party from Tamil Nadu have also been invited to the meeting in Bengaluru. Apna Dal (K) chief Krishna Patel may attend the meeting of opposition parties. t)Aam Aadmi Party


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