AAP declares 13 more candidates for Gujarat polls

The Aam Aadmi Party today released its third list of candidates, taking the number of seats which the party has said it will contest in Gujarat so far to 33.

Published: 20th November 2017 10:50 PM  |   Last Updated: 20th November 2017 10:50 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

AHMEDABAD: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today released its third list of candidates, taking the number of seats which the party has said it will contest in Gujarat so far to 33.

AAP's Gujarat election in-charge and Delhi minister Gopal Rai declared candidates for thirteen constituencies today.

These candidates are: Parshottam Chhaniyara (Dasada constituency), Kamleshbhai Dadhaniya (Dhangadhra), Usmangani Sherasia (Wankaner), Girish Maravia (Rajkot South), Hardik Vachhani (Dhoraji), Ketan Parmar (Khambhaliya), K P Sharma (Ankleshwar), Mansukh Savalia (Olpad), Jatin Patel (Valsad), Pratap Patel (Bhavnagar West), Suresh Patel (Udhna), Rasa Raju (Limbayat) and Bharat Mankolia (Jasdan).

These candidates include a farmer leader, sarpanch, retired flight attendant, teacher, RTI activists, social activists and traders.

The party had earlier declared candidates for Gandhinagar (North), Botad, Katargam, Rajkot (East), Surat (East), Karanj, Palanpur, Gandhidham, Jamnagar (Rural), Gandhinagar-N, Botad, Katargam, Rajkot-E, Surat-E, Karanj, Palanpur, Gandhidham, Bapunagar, Padra and Jamnagar-R.

Elections for the 182-member Gujarat Assembly will take place on December 9 and December 14 and the results will be out on December 18.

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