Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) State President Komal Hupendi said that the party will strengthen its organizational structure in the state in the year 2021. “A strategy has been chalked out to give impetus to organization building in Chhattisgarh and 2021 will be taken up as organization year,” said Hupendi during a meeting on Sunday.
After returning from Delhi, AAP Chhattisgarh Pradesh Core Committee’s first meeting was convened at State Office in Raipur.
Hupendi said that the National Convener of the party, Arvind Kejriwal and state in-charge Gopal Rai reviewed the situation of party organisation in Chhattisgarh in Delhi meeting and felt the need to expand the party.
At the Delhi meeting, Kejriwal also promised his timely attendance in organizational activities in Chhattisgarh.
With this, Chhattisgarh was divided into 3 zones and in each zone a state Co-organisation secretary with a state vice-president was appointed.
Ghanshyam Chandrakar and Devlal Nareti will be state vice president and assistant organisation secretary for the South Zone, Vadud Alam and Durga Jha will take charge of Central Zone with the same capacity, and Bhanu Prakash Chandra and Shivnath Kesarwai will be taking care of North Zone. Ishwar Chandel will be the state president of Kisan Cell.
In this way, the responsibility of building the organization and strengthening the party in Chhattisgarh will be with them, keeping in mind 2023 elections in the state.
AAP Party will contest the election of 2023 with full seriousness as Kejriwal will campaign for the party candidates by doing road shows in every assembly constituencies of Chhattisgarh during the campaign.
Present in the meeting co-convenor Suraj Upadhyay, state secretary Uttam Jaiswal, state organization secretary Prafulla Bais, state treasurer Anil Singh Baghel, Ghanshyam Chandrakar, Devlal Naretti and others.