Two years after the party won 67 out of 70 seats in the assembly whitewash, the Sandhya Times took a survey on issues like corruption, women's safety and Jan Lokpal Bill.
Live screening of election results will be undertaken in the city by the party followed by dhol, bhangra and music performances. On the SP-Congress alliance, Akhilesh said that the alliance will continue in the future as well.
Kejriwal had himself addressed over 95 rallies in Punjab over the past few month and the party was very confident of a major victory in Punjab.
Harjiot Kaur, a young AAP candidate has lost to SAD candidate Sukhwinder Kumar from Banga assembly seat by 1,893 votes.
Satish Jain AAP's coordinator for Mumbai Metropolitan Region said, "Party workers will distribute candies".
Congress won 77 seats while AAP managed to win only 22 seats in the state.
AAP's win in the two states, especially Punjab, would have given filip to the organisation in the run up to the municipal polls in the city. "We have to start work on ground to earn the trust of the people", Shinkre said. Ap-art from this, the party's inability to open an acco-unt in Goa is bound to have a bearing on the crucial civic polls in the city, political experts said. The party, which had hoped to make a significant dent in the coastal state of Goa, failed to win a single seat.
"We will have to introspect". Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, as well as several other cabinet ministers from the Delhi cabinet had campaigned for the AAP in Goa, which had started its poll preparations as way back as May 28. He, however, added that the party has made its impact felt at the national stage. The party had put tricolour balloons on the Flag Staff Road, the lane that houses the Chief Minister's official bungalow, and installed LED screens to show live results. Gomes contested elections from Cuncolim constituency in South Goa.
In 2015, AAP had wiped out Congress as well as BJP in Delhi and recorded a sensational victory capturing 67 of the 70 seats.