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AAP releases LS poll manifesto, primarily focuses on full statehood for Delhi

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News video: AAP releases manifesto: Arvind Kejriwal promises to get full statehood for Delhi | Oneindia News

AAP releases manifesto: Arvind Kejriwal promises to get full statehood for Delhi | Oneindia News 15:34

The Aam Aadmi Party came out with its manifesto for the Lok Sabha election based on the central theme of full statehood, giving a detailed analysis of what more can be done by the party if the status is granted. #Delhi #AAP #Manifesto

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