New Delhi: The ruling AAP may soon get a permanent office space in the national capital.
Sources said that a proposal -- that may soon be tabled in the Cabinet -- has been mooted to provide office space to all state-recognised political parties in the national capital.
They also said that if the proposal is approved, AAP may be allotted a vacant building or flat.
"If the Cabinet clears this proposal, any state recognised party can apply for allocation of office space," said a senior government official.
At present, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) operates out of a three-storey rented building in the Patel Nagar area.
Party sources said that AAP wants an office space in south Delhi.
Both state BJP and Congress already have their offices in central Delhi.