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Aam Aadmi Party Set To Form Government In Delhi

By Author: Srishti Janpratinidhi
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Post Delhi election, AAP is upbeat with scoring 28 seats in the assembly polls. The refusal to tie up with any of the existing parties pushed the city in to a quagmire. But barring all the confusions, AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal has finally agreed to form government with Congress by its side.

This year Delhi election results came out to be surprisingly different from all the other years. Within just one year of its existence, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) brushed in a major section of voters under its pouch. It has been a gigantic victory for Arvind Kejriwal and his party and this has set a new political trend in India. The party has created a nationwide stir by collecting 28 seats from 70 seats in Delhi in its debut year. With its simple and logical ideologies, the party captured the mind and imagination of the people of the city.

The political scenario moved a step ahead with lots of speculations over whom AAP will choose in forming the next Delhi government. After lots of drama at the initial stage with respect to not supporting any of the existing parties, finally things are changing. It took almost ten days to decide what will be their next step. Now, Arvind Kejriwal and his party are ready to start their new innings in Delhi. If reports are to be believed, it is confirmed that AAP is all set to form the new state government with Congress by its side. The party is ready to form the government next week, but nothing is final as yet. It is expected that Monday will be the day of final appraisal on all the burning questions from the party and its leaders.

After the results, the stand was strong to not to partner with any of the existing parties, be it BJP or Congress as they were practicing a different kind of politics. But BJP’s refusal to take up the Lieutenant Governor’s offer to form the government made them incline towards the Congress. BJP won 31 seats in the Delhi assembly polls, AAP won 28 seats and Congress won 8 seats for the same. Bonding with the Congress will help AAP to secure 36 seats which is enough for them to form the government.

The whole scenario changed when AAP submitted an 18 point questionnaire to both BJP and Congress asking them to clear up a number of issues on different grounds including the right to investigate the 15 years tenure of Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit’s government. BJP refused to reciprocate to the questionnaire stating it is an ‘arrogant’ questionnaire. Unexpectedly, Congress with utter humbleness agreed to all the terms and conditions stated on it.

The senior leaders of the party have shown concern over formation of the new state government. According to them, forming of the government now can distract the party and its workers from the general elections. Election dates in India has been announced long time back and forming the new government will take away the energy and the resources, making the party lose its prime focus. Though AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal is confident about the next elections and says it may again bring in pleasant surprises to the nation just like the assembly polls.

Public opinion is out and it may swing either in favour of the existing mode of governance or usher in a new wind of change.

Janpratinidhi.com provides a great platform to the voters from all the constituencies of the country to choose political party which they think can stand for their expectations. Forming of a government is not possible without public opinion. Compare, connect and monitor the performance of the leaders and ascertain their work, individually and comparatively. Get all the constituency news and other related news from all over the country.

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