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If AAP succeed in expanding the party as a national party before the Parliament election and contest at least 300 seats as planned, will they curb the seats of the regional parties and pave way for more members from national parties?

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Asked by Josna, 15 Jan 12:04 pm
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It is not important that AAP is now in the race of recruiting more and more volunteers.
Important is people of India has al last awakened against rotten politics by all existing parties.
That's enough.
India has future, now.
Answered by Prakash Chandra, 17 Jan 04:15 pm

 
  
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Regional Parties have a very strong cadre base. It is not possible for AAP to squeeze the seat out of strong regional parties. In Delhi and the NCR region, AAP has a base similar to a regional party. So in this region AAP may do well as they will be able to attract the anti incumbency votes. In other states where there are strong regional parties AAP is not expected to do well. So they are trying to build a base by wooing the activists group. If National parties want to overcome the AAP factor they will have to enter into a good pre poll alliance with the major Regional parties and have a good seat sharing.understanding. In States where National parties decides to go on their own without a tie up with Regional parties AAP may eat into the vote share of national parties and finish 2nd.
Answered by Shyam, 15 Jan 04:57 pm

 
  
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Yes, such a possibility is always there....!
Answered by Dil Se, 15 Jan 02:45 pm

 
  
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Yes, beyond an iota of doubt. It will contest 400 plus seat as of now, however, might swell the number of seats in due course of time. It will definitely curtail the regional parties' prospects to an unmeasurable level, besides BJP, & Congress has no locus standi, as the PM has himself asserted of its total failure in containing inflation, fall of economy, rampant corruption, generation of employment, et al., to list a few.
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Answered by Siachen, 15 Jan 12:56 pm

 
  
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Somewhat
yes
Answered by anil garg, 15 Jan 12:34 pm

 
  
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No doubtful
Regional parties especially in Tamilnadu etc etc wont allow AAP to get even single digit
Better next time they can try if they still survive Considering the kind of politics n politicians in TN n Odisha, I do not think they will get any seats in these two states.Jayalalitha n Navin Patanaik r going to sweep in their respective states.
Answered by Sunny, 15 Jan 12:16 pm

 
  
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Considering the kind of politics n politicians in TN n Odisha, I do not think they will get any seats in these two states.Jayalalitha n Navin Patanaik r going to sweep in their respective states.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 15 Jan 12:12 pm

 
  
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No doubtful
Regional parties especially in Tamilnadu etc etc wont allow AAP to get even single digit
Better next time they can try if they still survive
Answered by sigma, 15 Jan 12:07 pm

 
  
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