New Delhi: Jubilant over its landslide victory in the national capital, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday decided to go nation starting with Uttar Pradesh where the pachayat polls are around the corner. The AAP has outlined its plans on Sunday to recruit 25-lakh members in the politically-crucial state and contest the panchayat polls later this year. Also Read - We Don't Want to Get Into This 'Tu Tu Main Main' Politics, BJP Snubs AAP Over Melania Trump Delhi Event Row

Addressing a press conference, AAP spokesperson Sanjay Singh said party workers would visit 1.07-lakh villages in the state during the next three months. He also said that the workers will gather public opinion and information on issues that affect them the most. “The entire feedback will be submitted to Kejriwal after three months,” Singh added. Also Read - Melania Trump's School Visit in Delhi: Kejriwal, Sisodia Not Invited, Confirms AAP Government

Talking about detailed election campaign plan, Sanjay Singh said the AAP has planned to make 25-lakh members in the state and, within a month, 5,000 posters of the party would be put up in every assembly constituency. Also Read - Eye on Bihar: AAP is Ready to Welcome Prashant Kishor if he Wants to Join

To get people’s support, the membership drive of the party will be held from Monday till March 22 in over 12,000 wards in various cities across Uttar Pradesh.

“AAP will contest the panchayat elections (likely in October-November) in Uttar Pradesh,” Sanjay Singh added.

On the other hand, Uttar Pradesh AAP spokesperson said that five ministers with origins in the state have been made ministers in Delhi government. “They will play a key role in various campaigns by the party,” he added.

Alleging that hooliganism and anarchy were at its peak in Uttar Pradesh, Sanjay Singh said attempts were being made under the present dispensation to harm the democratic fabric of the society.

“All sections of society are fed up with this government. But the CM is busy patting his back and talking falsely about development,” he alleged, adding only the AAP could provide clean governance to the state.