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‘Have to Learn from Mistakes’: Stung by Lok Sabha Defeat, AAP Changes Tactic Ahead of Delhi Polls

An AAP leader said a key decision following the 2019 drubbing was to focus the party’s efforts on governance, and communicating the work that it had done in Delhi in its tenure — instead of attacking the BJP and its leadership. New Delhi: That Aam Aadmi Party president and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal hasn’t taken on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and instead reiterated that AAP would “cooperate” with the BJP government at the Centre isn’t without reason. Party leaders explained that this was a key change in strategy after the…


AAP Announces Candidates for Six of Seven Seats in Delhi, No Alliance With Congress

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Ending hypotheses of a partnership with the Congress, the Aam Admi Party on Saturday declared names of gathering competitors on six of seven seats in Delhi for the up and coming Lok Sabha surveys. Delhi AAP convener Gopal Rai said the gathering will field Atishi from East Delhi, Raghav Chaddha from South Delhi, Pankaj Gupta from Chandni Chowk, Dilip Pandey from North East Delhi, Gugan Singh from North West Delhi and Brajesh Goel from the New Delhi Lok Sabha situate. The six applicants were prior named as in control on…


Social Media Playing Important role in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections

Social Media Playing Important role in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections

In 2019 the election is on its peak. Party leaders are creating their own war zone at social media. For the Political leaders and also the political party the social media platform is the place where they are promoting their political party and too they are facing other leaders as well. From the office of political parties to the social media platform the noise has been started. For the election of 2019 social media platform is taking its own importance. Every third voter is active at Facebook In the election of…


Chhattisgarh Polls: 72 per cent voting recorded till 6 pm

Chhattisgarh Polls: 72 per cent voting recorded till 6 pm

A turnout of 71.93 per cent was recorded till 6 PM in the second phase of assembly elections in Chhattisgarh on Tuesday. Polling remained incident-free on tuesday for 2nd phase, the Election Commission said.  Addressing a press conference here, Deputy Election Commissioner Umesh Sinha said the polling percentage is likely to rise in further. As a number of people were still in the queue for voting. Mr. Sina also said the polling percentage for this phase is slightly higher than that recorded during 2013. Recorded plles which was 71.13 per…


Parties dividing Haryana on caste lines: Delhi CM Kejriwal

Delhi chief minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said Haryana’s ruling BJP and opposition INLD and Congress have been seeking votes by dividing people on caste lines. “The INLD and Congress ask for votes saying they are the party for Jats. The BJP seeks votes in the name of non-Jats. Important issues such as health and education are not on their agenda. That’s why the condition of government schools in Haryana is so abysmal,” Kejriwal said at a gathering of supporters at Beri in Jhajjar. Accompanied…