Kejriwal vs Modi: Is it time for AAP to stick its finger in the national pie

modi-kejriwalNew Delhi, Feb 13: Will Arvind Kejriwal be Narendra Modi’s challenger in 2024. There are a good four years away for the next national election, but there is already talk that Kejriwal would be the face of the Opposition in the 2024 elections.

While the AAP would already be nurturing its national ambition, leading psephologist, Dr. Sandeep Shastri feels that Kejriwal should not dip his finger in the national pie now.

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Is it time for Aam Admi Party to give it another shot on the national scene

aap12.jpgNew Delhi, Feb 11: A banner outside the Aam Admi Party’s office in Delhi read, join AAP for nation-building. To join the AAP, dial, 9871010101.

The AAP won in the most outstanding fashion in the Delhi elections. However, this banner is an indicator that the AAP has once again started to nurture national ambitions like it had done in 2014. In 2014, the AAP launched the Main Bhi Aam Admi campaign. It had provided a toll-free number for people to either give a missed call or send a message in order to join the party.

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How Kejriwal’s TINA campaign put AAP ahead of its opponents

kejriwalNew Delhi, Feb 11: The exit polls suggested a third term for the Aam Admi Party. The early leads suggest that the AAP has its nose in the front and if the trends continue this way, then there is no stopping Arvind Kejriwal.

The AAP built its campaign around the TINA factor. This meant, “there is no alternative.” Further from day one Kejriwal challenged the BJP to name its chief ministerial candidate. The BJP went into this election without a CM face, unlike in 2015, when it projected Kiran Bedi as its leader. The result for the BJP was nothing much to talk about.

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Cleric with live bullet caught while meeting Kejriwal

arvind-kejriwal3-New Delhi, Nov 27: A Muslim cleric was caught with a live bullet when had gone to meeting, Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal.

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Delhi not a state: SC’s Kejriwal vs LG verdict explained in 24 points

kejriwal-baijalNew Delhi, July 4: The big verdict in the Arvind Kejriwal vs LG verdict is out. The Supreme Court in a nutshell said that the LG is not the ultimate boss and must work harmoniously with the elected government.

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Gujarat polls: AAP’s vote share 0.003 per cent, NOTA, 1.8

arvindkejriwalThe Aam Admi Party’s dream of hitting the national stage took a beating yet again. All the 29 candidates fielded by the Arvind Kejriwal led party lost their deposits.

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You used worse words against Jaitley: Jethmalani to Kejriwal

Jethmalani-Kejriwal-JaitleyThe war of words between senior counsel Ram Jethmalani and Arvind Kejriwal took another turn with the former alleging that the Delhi Chief Minister had used worse words against Union Minister, Arun Jaitley.

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AAP’s hall of shame: Here are all the MLAs who are in the dock

Somanth-Bharti-AAP-facebook3The troubles for the Aam Admi Party are never-ending. The latest row in the party has cropped up following the sacking of water minister Kapil Mishra who has alleged that the Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal had got Rs 2 crore from Health Minister Satyendar Jain at his residence. The party has denied the charges while the opposition has sought for the resignation of Kejriwal. Several members of the AAP are facing various charges.

Here is the list of who is facing what.

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Inside story: Why Arvind Kejriwal bent over backwards to pacify Kumar Vishwas

kejriwal-kumarvishwasArvind Kejriwal is not the one who usually buckles when there is dissent in the party. The case of Yogendra Yadav and Prashanth Bhushan are examples and the rift with the two leaders continues as Kejriwal remains adamant. What then happened in the case of Kumar Vishwas?

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Amidst tea and tears, AAP looks to stay united

kumarvishwasAmidst tea and tears, the Aam Admi Party is looking to patch up and keep its flock united. An emergency meeting of Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia has been called for to resolve the crisis and pacify, Kumar Vishwas.

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