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Arvind Kejriwal

While neither Congress or the BJP had envisaged this, Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party has emerged as a major player in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. Though the party's influence hasn't reached too many states, the party has become a prominent fixture in the country's poll discourse. Following are a few graphs explaining how Arvind Kejriwal stands at the moment in the upcoming polls. The first info-graphic tries to give a sense of how the AAP is place in terms of seat. It is clear that AAP seat share is miniscule, but the party seems definitely poised to make its Lok Sabha debut this year.It's vote share stands at 3 percent, according to a CSDS survey conducted for the Lokniti IBN election tracker.Narendra Modi, as usual, steals a march over all other candidates as the preferred PM choice. In the CSDS survey, Kejriwal bags just two percent of the total votes.

News on Arvind Kejriwal

MCD Election 2017: After taking on Kejriwal's FB account, BJP complains to EC against Manish Sisodia

Apr 23, 2017

MCD Election 2017: After taking on Kejriwal's FB account, BJP complains to EC against Manish Sisodia

The Delhi BJP on Sunday filed a complaint with the Election Commission against Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, accusing him of violating the Model Code of Conduct during the civic polls.
MCD Election 2017: Voting ends with around 54% turnout as faulty EVMs, heat keep voters away

Apr 23, 2017

MCD Election 2017: Voting ends with around 54% turnout as faulty EVMs, heat keep voters away

Voting in the MCD Election 2017 was peaceful but both voters and political parties reported numerous cases of faulty EVMs and state election commission's apathy towards resolving the issues
MCD Election 2017 highlights: Voting ends in Delhi; dismal turnout, faulty EVMs remain talking points

Apr 23, 2017

MCD Election 2017 highlights: Voting ends in Delhi; dismal turnout, faulty EVMs remain talking points

As Delhi goes to vote in the crucial MCD election on Sunday, the fate of AAP, BJP and Congress hangs in the balance.
MCD Election 2017: Parties have used Delhi's Sangam Vihar but have all failed to tackle its problems

Apr 23, 2017

MCD Election 2017: Parties have used Delhi's Sangam Vihar but have all failed to tackle its problems

Sangam Vihar, which went to MCD elections on Sunday, has been considered the largest unorganised colony in Asia. It's been used by various political parties as a launch pad over the years
MCD Election 2017: Hope voters will remember track record, say Congress leaders

Apr 23, 2017

MCD Election 2017: Hope voters will remember track record, say Congress leaders

New Delhi: The Congress leaders expressed hope that the voters of Delhi will remember their "track record" of governance and help the party in winning the MCD polls for which voting took place Sunday.
MCD Election 2017: BJP leaders cast votes, hit out at Arvind Kejriwal-led state government

Apr 23, 2017

MCD Election 2017: BJP leaders cast votes, hit out at Arvind Kejriwal-led state government

Union ministers Harsh Vardhan and Vijay Goel were among the BJP leaders and party MPs who cast their vote in elections to the three municipal corporations on Sunday
MCD Election 2017: Faulty EVMs interrupt polling in Delhi; Arvind Lovely among those affected

Apr 23, 2017

MCD Election 2017: Faulty EVMs interrupt polling in Delhi; Arvind Lovely among those affected

Voters in a few municipal wards faced problems as Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) at some polling booths did not work properly in the city
Mamata Banerjee, Arvind Kejriwal skip Narendra Modi's Niti Aayog meeting

Apr 23, 2017

Mamata Banerjee, Arvind Kejriwal skip Narendra Modi's Niti Aayog meeting

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal were among those who skipped Niti Aayog's Governing Council meet in Delhi on Sunday.
MCD Election 2017: Kejriwal, Sisodia cast their votes, urge Delhi to vote for cleanliness

Apr 23, 2017

MCD Election 2017: Kejriwal, Sisodia cast their votes, urge Delhi to vote for cleanliness

Lt Governor Anil Baijal, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia have cast their votes, and said people of Delhi should come out of their houses and exercise their franchise for a "dengue and chikungunya-free Delhi"
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