The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will move the Election Commission next week seeking disqualification of BJP MLA Ranjit Singh for allegedly producing a fake Scheduled Caste certificate to contest the Delhi Assembly elections.
The Aam Aadmi Party is all set to take on the Lok Sabha elections in a big way and it seems the party is now preparing to take on BJP and its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi
The reality is that India’s youngest political party is an amorphous project. The party, a big tent, has many heads and speaks in different voices. For now, it is a three-faced party.
Other than fuming and fumbling and unleashing the police on him, there seems little that the Centre has done in response to a Chief Minister who continues to play the outsider.
After Vinod Kumar Binny, another AAP member Tina Sharma attacked the party leadership over alleged non-fulfilment of the promises made in its 2013 manifesto and ignoring the issue of women's security.
Kejriwal along with Manish Sisodia and other AAP supporters will take the train from Kausambi Metro Station around 11 AM.
Aam Aadmi Party's strategy and policy guru Yogendra Yadav today clarified on the party's policy stand saying that they may be socialist in its approach but they won't follow blind policies to meet their objectives.
All chief ministers of BJP-ruled states, all state unit presidents, leaders of opposition in various states, general secretaries, in-charge of states and campaign committee members will attend top-level meet in Delhi.
Delhi voters told AAP that they preferred pragmatism over principle when they asked AAP to form the government with Congress support. That will be a challenge for a party that's nurtured a public image of being principled rather than pragmatic.
Kejriwal said he would respect and follow the "people's verdict", whether it was against or for the party.
Dikshit said the BJP and AAP were both evading responsibility and "running away" from forming the government.
The L-G has also suggested that the Delhi Assembly be kept in suspended animation.
Congress' Delhi unit chief JP Aggarwal has resigned from his post following the party's rout in the assembly elections, party sources said Sunday. The move comes after the newly-elected Congress legislators accused Aggarwal of non-cooperation in the elections
"We will examine the letter and will get back to Kejriwal in a day or two," Shakeel Ahmed.
After a meeting with Lt Governor Najeeb Jung who invited him to discuss government formation, party's chief ministerial nominee Harsh Vardhan said BJP would like to sit in the opposition in view of the lack of clear mandate by people of Delhi.
His remarks came at a time when Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung has started efforts to break the impasse on government-formation after the Assembly polls threw up a hung verdict.
The Chief Ministerial candidate of BJP in Delhi, Harsh Vardhan today declared that the party doesn't have the numbers to form the government, hence will choose to sit in the Opposition.
Official sources said Mukherjee asked Jung about how he was proceeding on the issue amid speculation that Delhi will be put under President's Rule and fresh elections will be announced.