Aam Aadmi Party's national executive will meet for the second day today to finalise its strategy for the Lok Sabha elections, due by May.
Yesterday, after a meeting at the Constitutional Club here, the year-old party announced that its first list of candidates for the national elections will be out within two weeks while the full list will be released by February 15. AAP leader Sanjay Singh on Saturday said the list of candidates for this year’s Lok Sabha elections would be released in the next ten to fifteen days.
Commenting about the national executive meeting, Singh said, “This meeting will continue for the next two days. There will be a thorough discussion about the Lok Sabha elections.” However, party chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said he will remain committed to Delhi and will not contest the polls. "I won't fight Lok Sabha elections. I will campaign for the party nationally and not contest as I had said," said Kejriwal.
He said that the politics of the nation was changing for the better. "Now the politics of our nation is changing. It will clear the corruption from our society and it is not because of me but because of the people, some of whom have even left their jobs to join politics," he said.