Manipur Activist Irom Sharmila asks Arvind Kejriwal what it takes to beat Congress


Manipur Activist Irom Sharmila asked Arvind Kejriwal on Monday that what it will take to beat Congress.  Sharmila ended her fast few days back after 16 years.  Sharmila even declared that she will form a political party in which CM Okram Ibobi Singh will be the member of the party.

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“Met Irom Sharmila. I salute her courage and struggle. My best wishes and full support in her political endeavours,” Kejriwal tweeted.

Sources said Sharmila needed to know in regards to Kejriwal's system in the Delhi get together surveys and how AAP figured out how to counter the Congress and the BJP. Party pioneers said there is "no doubt" of Sharmila joining the AAP or turning into the gathering's face in Manipur. The Manipur surveys will correspond with those in Punjab and Goa, and AAP will concentrate on those states.

"The choice not to challenge Manipur was brought long prior and with scarcely six months to go, it is extremely unlikely the gathering can now abruptly reevaluate its choice. The backing will adequately mean helping Sharmila's gathering strategise and instructing her on the utilization regarding online networking and crusade administration," said a gathering source. "Kejriwal has incredible respect for Sharmila and her campaign."

A source near Sharmila said there were casual discusses her joining the AAP not long after she finished her quick on August 9 yet she chose to go up against the Manipur CM all alone with no cooperations. "Concerning meeting the AAP boss, she thinks of him as a decent strategist and needed to pick up from his experience as she, as well, will battle on issues, for example, debasement," the source said.

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