AAP Contemplates Joining Opposition Meet: Sources

The party will also deliberate on its approach for the forthcoming Monsoon session of the parliament.

Latest Updates: Top leaders of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) are scheduled to convene today to discuss their potential participation in the upcoming Opposition meet in Bengaluru, taking place on July 17-18, as per sources. Additionally, the party will also deliberate on formulating its strategy for the forthcoming Monsoon session of Parliament. The meeting will witness the presence of members from AAP's Political Affairs Committee, along with Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann.

Following the initial Opposition meet in Patna on June 23, AAP released a statement expressing reservations about aligning with the Congress. They highlighted the Congress' reluctance and refusal to function as a cohesive team, making it challenging for AAP to engage in any alliance involving them.

The AAP emphasized that they would abstain from future opposition gatherings where the Congress is involved, unless the Congress publicly opposes the controversial ordinance imposed by the Centre concerning the control of administrative services in Delhi.