Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will be a winner in Delhi Assembly Elections 2013

By on August 31, 2013

All parties are gearing up for elections in November 2013 and, some parties are wasting no time and have started the election campaign. The issues in hand are corruption, Janlokayukt, women-safety, strong economy, power tariff hike, education and Inflation. The successful party will focus on what people feel is the biggest problem right now which are Inflation and Corruption.


Aam Aadmi Party was launched on 26 November 2012.The party came into existence after differences arose between AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and social activist Anna Hazare regarding Jan Lokpal Bill. Mr. Hazare preferred that movement should remain politically uneven because politics change people and makes them power-hungry while Kejriwal thinks that direct political involvement can change system.
Mr. Kejriwal is a staunch supporter of Jan Lokpal and tried for Jan Lokpal for more than two years, but could not succeed in his attempts. Congress challenged Anna Hazare volunteers to come into politics to set up Lokpal, and thus AAP party formed.

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The Aam Aadmi party is made up of riot victim, soldier, pahalwan, charter accountant, businessman, social welfare activist, constable and engineer. The party has a rigorous screening process so that no candidate with criminal background can enter politics. The AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal also approached Aligarh Muslim University and Jamia Millia Islamia University alumni to join the party and thus gained tremendous success.

The party is expected to give tough fight to BJP and Congress, and some survey reveals that the party can get clear majority. The party got popularity in a very short span of time, and it will be the most crucial election for the nascent party.

AAP main funding comes from NRIS, NGOS, and Aam Aadmi of India. The party is receiving funds from International channel also. Many of the party workers are working in UK, Singapore, Australia, and US to raise funds to finance the part’s candidature in the Delhi Election 2013. Even the soldiers at Siachen send donations to Aam Aadmi Party from their salaries.

The issues on which AAP is unwavering are the ones you would expect: Jan Lokpal Bill, Education, Corruption, Women safety and Inflation. Arvind Kejriwal has made it clear that if AAP wins the upcoming Delhi Election, the Lokayukta will be set up in Delhi within 15 days. The party want to channelised funds towards government schools for good education of children so that all schools are brought on a par with private schools. AAP has always condemned the atrocities on women whether it is brutal rape, eve teasing, acid attacks or bride burning.

The AAP doesn’t have large amount of funds and is lacking in experience in comparison to Congress and BJP. The prime areas for advertising space have already been taken by Congress. The party is mainly focusing on door to door campaign to make its presence felt in Delhi. The party has become famous among people who use facebook, twitter, and newspaper, but in Delhi backward areas AAP is not very common. Most of the AAP candidates have no experience in politics. People are skeptical to support AAP due to these drawbacks.

Despite all these drawbacks, the Delhiites need to stand up and applaud Mr. Kejriwal for showing courage and determination. He has made it clear that he will not form alliance with BJP and Congress. Survey reveals that AAP can win more than 15 seats. No party is expected to form the government.

In my opinion, there will be a deadlock situation in Delhi and a good chance of re-election. In re-election, AAP will definitely come out to be a winner.

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