The Congress of course is rudderless now and will try anything as Rahul said "we have to learn from the AAP".
The function of the markets is to believe what it wants to believe. A bear market factors in only the worst even if there are some signs of turning around. A bull market factors in the best, even if the signals are unsustainable.
While one must not under estimate or ridicule what the AAP has achieved in the Delhi elections, I feel that the Party is still very immature and very inexperienced to play any significant role in the national politics (if they survive that is).
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