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Back in 2014, Arvind Kejriwal had a huge ambition. He resigned as the CM of Delhi after failing to pass the Jan Lokpal Bill and made his party contest over 400 seats in the Lok Sabha elections. AAP won four seats – all in Punjab. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Kejriwal was more pragmatic, and decided to focus on a few states. AAP won only one seat, again in Punjab.
AAP’s desire to become a national party has never been a secret, and today’s victory in Punjab state elections is the biggest stride they have made in achieving that goal. This infographic lists AAP’s journey so far in its pursuit of becoming a national party, and Kejriwal as a national leader.

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