From donations to campaigning and candidates to issues, the party is laying the ground for its big leap to the national stage.
The Delhi government affidavit filed Friday said the cabinet had approved the proposal for waiver as a subsidy for a ‘new service’.
Kejriwal becoming a liberal is as improbable as Obama joining the Ku Klux Klan
Kejriwal’s aim is the Lok Sabha, where his party is hoping to score high and, as Yogendra Yadav said, he could be the prime minister designate.
Kerjriwal on Friday resigned as Delhi Chief Minister shortly after his government was defeated on the issue of tabling of the Janlokpal Bill.
AAP leader Yogendra Yadav has said that the possibility of Kejriwal’s resignation cannot be ruled out.
Mishra said the AAP’s Lokpal bill was not brought up in his written communication with the party at all.
The AAP cannot disregard the law of the land in pushing through its Jan lokpal.
BJP also charged that AAP was guilty of non-governance at a time when electricity and milk prices were going up in the national capital.
The party had named 28 in that list on Friday, including Rahul Gandhi, Nitin Gadkari and Mayawati, inviting questions as to why it had kept out Modi’s name.
Soon after, Bharti apologised for his remarks, “I didn’t mean it and have been misinterpreted. I apologise If I have hurt anyone”, he said.
Kejriwal had led a protest demanding suspension of Delhi policemen for ‘failing to arrest’ the members of an alleged drug racket involving Ugandan nationals.
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Kejriwal urged “police to stop playing politics. Rather than giving security to me, let them deploy these men for aam aadmi’s security.”
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