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AAP- The Political Sensation

DOB-   NOVEMBER 26, 2012  This date hardly held any significance until the declaration of the DELHI VIDHANSABHA POLLS, when AAP came out with flying colours. With a total of 28 seats out of 70, it designated itself as the 2nd party,standing behind the BJP majority. Not only this,but also the results became significant, on an account of huge victory of the AAP supremo, Mr. ARVIND KEJRIWAL over Mrs. SHEILA DIXIT from the New Delhi consistuency.  Luckily or unluckily, the state was deprived of any single political majority which ultimately gave rise to a controversy over the crownship of the state. To everyone's surprise, AAP conducted a people's survey,popularly known as JANMAT, inorder to decide whether to form a political alliance with congress or not.  And the outcomes marked the formation of the alliance, crowning a man as the CM, whose age was only 1,politically. 

 In its short time span, the government has fullfilled many of its promises that  were announced in the manifesto. This includes the half relaxation in the electricity bill upto a consumption of 200 units. Also, every family was alloted 2000 litres of water,per month. On  the other hand, AAP was marked with several allegations regarding a very unusual governance,in the form of Dharna protest and the conduct of the Minister of Law and Legal Affairs, Mr. Somnath Bharti.

With this, the mango-man of the most of the country desires for clean politics, healthy governance and a corruption-free system. Nevertheless, AAP is supposed to play a key role in the upcoming General Elections, 2014. But  the party's stand is yet to be seen, over the fullfilment of  the desires of the mangoman of the country. All these together form a nationwide package,with high TRP, but nothing can be easily predicted, when the things are to be dealed in the world's largest democracy.

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