The Aam Aadmi Party has laid the groundwork for the 2022 Assembly elections in Punjab. AAP has appointed halqa in-charges for 24 assembly constituencies. Eight of the 24 candidates contested in 2017 as Aam Aadmi Party candidates, while one from Lok Insaf Party, one from Revolutionary Marxist Party of India and one from Aam Aadmi Party. After that he was fielded as an independent candidate.
From this point of view, it cannot be ruled out that these constituency in-charges should be removed from the constituency by the Aam Aadmi Party as candidates. However, party sources said that the party would look into the work of constituency in-charges in the coming months without taking any risk and a decision on them could be taken only as the elections approach. Interestingly, Pirmal Singh Khalsa and Jagdev Singh Kamalu, who joined the Congress along with Sukhpal Singh Khaira, have also been declared constituency in-charges.
The Aam Aadmi Party had been announcing during the 2017 elections that a Deputy Chief Minister would be appointed from the Dalit community in the state. At present, the leaders of the AAP Legislative Party also belong to the Dalit community and it is not surprising that in the list of 24 halqa in-charges released, 10 halqa in-charges are reserved for Scheduled Castes. Have been announced on. That’s about 45 percent. This suggests that the Aam Aadmi Party will do its utmost to woo the Dalit community in this Assembly elections as well.