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Aam Aadmi Party now has a London address
Good News for AAP supporters is that Non-resident Indian supporters of the Aam Aadmi Party in the UK opened an office in Ealing, west London and held a three-hour Google hangout session with party leader Yogendra Yadav on the Republic Day.
The office was donated by one of the party supporters and funded by local enthusiasts and not by the New Delhi-based party, Raj Redij-Gill, convener of AAP UK told us on Wednesday.
Its members “played a significant role” in the recent Delhi elections through phone campaigns and by “adopting” constituencies for campaign sponsorship, AAP UK said in a release.
It would encourage “NRIs and Indians living in the UK to support the Aam Aadmi Party in India directly through donations and resources in kind”, the release said.