AAP could have been alternative to Congress in Gujarat, but lost six months after jolt in Goa, Punjab: Gopal Rai
November 12, 2017
The AAP, which is contesting some seats in the Gujarat, on Saturday said it could have been a viable alternative to the Congress in the state, which goes to poll next month, had it not "lost six crucial months" after the jolt it received in the Goa and Punjab elections.
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