Govt has no commitment to bring back black money: AAP
Vijayawada: Aam Admi Party`s (AAP) national executive committee member Ajit Jha said here on Friday that the union government is not committed to bring back black money stashed in foreign banks.
He told reporters here on Friday that to fulfil the aspirations of the people, AAP is contesting about 470 Lok Sabha constituencies.
Within a span of a year after its formation the AAP has touched all parts of the nation and continues to receive a positive response from the people.
During the ongoing elections, AAP is focussed on inflation, be said, adding that party would continue its fight against corruption even after elections.
He said that in the state of Andhra Pradesh (combined state), AAP has put up candidates in 21 Lok Sabha constituencies.
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