Delhi will go to Assembly Elections next year. Arvind Kejriwal is keen on coming back to Power once again and has brought in Prashant Kishor’s I-PAC to boost the Aam Aadmi Party’s re-election campaign for the Assembly elections. The AAP, which swept the 2015 Delhi Assembly elections winning 67 of 70 seats, is facing an intense challenge from the BJP this time.
Kejriwal took to Twitter to announce the partnership. “Happy to share that @indianpac is coming on-board with us. Welcome aboard!” Kejriwal said in his tweet. I-PAC is credited for Narendra Modi’s famous win in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. I-PAC’s recent success is the sensational victory of YSR Congress in Andhra Pradesh.
I-PAC is also managing Mamata Banerjee and Trinamool Congress’ quest to retain power in the 2012 Bengal Assembly elections. I-PAC acknowledged the welcome of Kejriwal and went on saying that I-PAC already acknowledged AAP as the toughest opponent it had ever faced after Punjab Elections.
Meanwhile, Prashant Kishor is now the national vice-president of Bihar’s Janata Dal (United) Party, a key ally of the BJP’s. His I-PAC is fighting against BJP in West Bengal and Delhi now.