INDIA GREENS PARTY
Registration Number: 56/476/2018-19/PPS-I
Registered Office: 104, 1st Floor Vardhman Complex, LSC, Savita Vihar, Delhi-110092
New Delhi, 5 February 2020: The pan-India green party – India Greens Party — has decided to support the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the Delhi Assembly election-2020.
The India Greens Party (IGP) took a decision to this effect in its Political Affairs Committee (PAC) meeting on 2 February 2020.
The IGP President, Suresh Nautiyal, has appealed to the voters of the NCT of Delhi to exercise their franchise on 8 February 2020 in favour of the AAP candidates for the sake of continuity, better governance, transparency, efficiency and clean politics and environment.
The IGP President said the AAP Government is committed to providing good health facilities and education to all. It also accelerated the speed of development in Delhi by constructing several flyovers to reduce travel-time and thus contribute in improving the environment.
He said the AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal was also committed to provide faster and better local transportation system and to make basic amenities including water and electricity accessible to all citizens in the national capital.
The IGP President said that it was vital to ensure a big win for the Aam Aadmi Party at a time when the country was passing through an extraordinary political situation and at a time when all the progressive and forward-looking citizens in the country were against the exclusionary provisions like the CAA, NRC and NPR.
Mr Nautiyal said it was also important to discourage those parties which were bent upon doing dirty politics and resorting to fascist, fundamental and narrow-minded narratives and political approach just for the sake of votes of particular communities. He added that the religion-based politics has no place in the country and, therefore, must be discouraged by defeating the candidates of the parties relying on the religious mobilisation.
He said that the IGP members and supporters were already campaigning in favour of the AAP candidates.
Press Statement issued by the party Spokesperson Michael Rajchandra