The Political Affairs Committee of AAP met at Kejriwal’s residence earlier in the day to discuss the future strategy.

"Major decisions about preparations for the Lok Sabha polls would be discussed and the second list of candidates should also be declared," a party leader said on terms of anonymity.

According to sources, eminent author and thinker Rajmohan Gandhi could find a place in AAP’s second list.

Besides, industrialist Rajiv Bajaj, Adarsh Shastri, grandson of former prime minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, and popular singer Rabbi Shergil are probable candidates who may contest on the Aam Aadmi Party’s ticket.

The party had earlier on February 16 declared its first list of candidates for the Lok Sabha polls that included names of social activists Medha Patkar and Anjali Damania, former journalist Jarnail Singh and former banker Meera Sanyal.

There are total seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi. The party has already announced name of two candidates, who will contest from Delhi. While former scribe Ashutosh will contest against Union Minister Kapil Sibal from Chandni Chowk, another journalist Jarnail Singh will be contesting against Mahabal Mishra from West Delhi.


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