With the completion of the Punjab and Goa elections, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has shifted its focus to Rajasthan, where it intends to contest the 2018 Assembly polls from all the 200 seats. Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who is in-charge of AAP’s affairs in Rajasthan, visited the State capital on Saturday. “In every Assembly election in Rajasthan, people elect either the BJP or the Congress. There is hardly any difference in governance,” Mr. Sisodia said. This time, people were looking at the AAP with “high hopes”. The party would also expand its presence in States such as Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Chhatttisgarh.