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AAP makes short work of trust vote

The Aam Aadmi Party government won the trust vote on the floor of the Delhi assembly. The AAP has secured 37 votes in their favor that is for the motion of confidence in the Assembly of 70. 28 AAP MLAs, 7 Congress MLAs, 1 JD(U) MLA and an independent MLA voted for the motion to secure a win. Several questions had been raised by the opposition benches regarding the CM Arvind Kejriwal’s decisions and their impromptu implementation. However he sought to answer no queries instead projecting the question of their seeking to contest elections and come to power for good governance. His speech was highly applauded by the visitors’...

AAP paves a phenomenal orbit

Kapil Dev has rightly claimed that even if AAP delivers fifty percent of its commitments then it is the party for India’s future. For now this newbie party has started working upon the issues which were on its agenda after having become the rulers of Delhi. They are yet to prove their majority on the floor of the house. It is however an unshakable truth that they have found the pulse of the dissatisfied and disillusioned voters in Delhi and have forced them to take part in the polls for selecting an option other than the traditional political parties that were in the fray. This capacity of Arvind Kejriwal’s party to motivate the votes in their favor is a miracle in itself as they have succeeded in reinstating the faith that the mass usually have on the government. They have mainly allured the middle-class and the youth to try out a party that has yet to have even a basic infrastructure let alone the frills of its older counterparts. The mainstay of their clarion call has been their approach to abolish corruption from the Government that has been espoused by their selected candidates. They wish to fulfill a cherished dream of a completely transparent system of fund-raising for all political parties commencing with them. Their thrilling new concept of calling upon all classes of people to form a party that will rule has gained them unmatched popularity, money power and assets to be utilized for the benefit of the commoners. Their incredible energy has undoubtedly aroused the aam aadmi of the nation paving a new path for Indian democracy just a few days away from its 67th anniversary of having implemented its constitution. On 8 December last year the Congress government in the capital of the nation, Delhi, fell due to their inadequacies and bad governance. It was predominantly an anti congress vote and not only due to mere anti-incumbency factors. The entire theme has its base on the outrage that had followed in the capital against the atrocity upon a Delhi girl who had been gang raped and left to die with severe wounds. Congress party succeeded in winning only eight of the 70 seats in the assembly which is a shameful performance for a party that has been in power for the last three terms. Such a huge disenchantment was voted in favor of AAP who granted the humble broom a chance to sweep with 28 seats to their credit. The main question remains the tenure of...

Balakrishnan has joined AAP

Being inspired by the fabulous outfit of AAP under the leadership of Arvind Kejriwal, the former Infosys top notch executive V Balakrishnan has joined AAP. Notably, Balakrishnan had suddenly resigned from Infosys. The dazzling debut of AAP has certainly cast a magical spell in India and the join of Balakrishnan has proved that the dramatic spread has even stirred the top notch corporate officers. As AAP has been able to fulfill his two prime commitments, their election manifesto has also got a sanctity, which rarely happens in the Indian political fraternity. Such rapid growth and the speed of action have raised eyebrows of the traditional political parties including the BJP Prime Ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi. Such whirlwind has become really inevitable in Indian politics, which have been battered by string of false...

AAP is racing ahead

Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP government has been racing ahead to fulfill their commitments like free water supply or reduction of electricity cost by 50%. The Government has announced the reduced electricity prices up to the consumption of 400 units. It must be understood that AAP has to prove its majority in the floor and they have to face the turmoil regarding the post of speaker as BJP has also claimed their demands. Arvind Kejriwal has also ordered for the audit of the electricity providers. Perhaps the desperation to show value of their commitments to the Delhi citizens within the limited time frame has prompted them to work at a jet speed. When AAP has decided to contest even in the upcoming general election, Arvind Kejriwal has to exhibit some long term plans besides such...

Go Slow AAP!

Aam Aadmy Party after their stunning debut in Delhi has planned to cross the geographical boundary of Delhi to contest in several assembly polls and also in the General election. Kumar Vishwas, the AAP leader, has threatened Rahul Gandhi, the Vice President of Congress, to contest at Amethi. Kumar has also invited Narendra Modi to contest from the same constituency. It is not important whether Kumar can signal the end to a Ganshi’s stint at Amethi, but he has exhibited guts to challenge the two high-profile leaders of the two rival national parties Congress and BJP. The guts are really admirable, but success in politics depends upon multiple factors in a country like India which witness a lot of complexities and contradictions. Mamata Banerjee may feel safe as AAP has not challenged her constituency, as...

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