New Delhi, Nov 14: Political parties in Delhi are leaving no stone unturned to turn the tide in their favour ahead of the Assembly polls. The new entrant, the Aam Aadmi Party which is hoping for making a comeback, has started intense campaigning for the ensuing elections, while the BJP is chalking out its strategy for the polls.
As a part of its strategy, the BJP Delhi president Satish Upadhyay has held a meeting with the Bhartiya Aam Aadmi Parivar (BAAP) chief Neeraj Kumar. Media reports say that the two leaders discuss strategy to take on Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party.
According to report in Indian Express, the BJP is targeting the seats where it lost to the AAP on small margin in the last Assembly polls.
Meanwhile, BAAP chief has confirmed his meeting with BJP leader. He said that they discussed about fielding candidates in the Assembly polls and that his party will field candidates as Independents in many seats.
BAAP - a rebel clone of AAP
BAAP comprises of many former members of India Against Corruption group.
Barely a year after formation of AAP, some of the party members disgruntled with ticket distribution in the Assembly elections formed another party called BAAP (Bhartiya Aam Aadmi Parivar)
The leaders protested against a "lack of transparency" within AAP and vowed to "improve the AAP from the outside".