UP, 14/12: The speculation of an alliance between the Aam Aadmi Party and the Samajwadi Party seems to be coming to an end in the upcoming assembly elections of Uttar Pradesh. It is reported that Arvind Kejriwal’s party is preparing to go alone in the UP elections. In fact, AAP MP Sanjay Singh had met SP chief Akhilesh Yadav in Lucknow on November 24, after which speculations of a pre-poll alliance between the two parties intensified. However, now according to media reports, sources related to the party have indicated that the talks between the two parties regarding seat-sharing have been stuck and AAP, which has declared candidates for 150 seats for the UP elections, is the second of about 100 names within a week. List can also be issued.
According to the report of the English newspaper Times of India, AAP’s state spokesperson Vaibhav Maheshwari said that according to the announcement already made, the party is now preparing to contest all the seats in the state. “We will release the list of about 100 candidates in about a week and then soon after that the second list of candidates will also be released,” he said. With this, a formal announcement of the names of at least 350-400 candidates can be given by the end of December.