Apologetic Kejriwal says will stay 5 yrs if voted back

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  1. AVERAGE INDIAN

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    Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday apologised to Delhi voters for resigning from government, saying he will stay for the full term of five years if elected to power in the Capital again.

    “Give us 40+ seats this time. I promise whatever happens, we will stay for five years. Resigning was a mistake. Forgive us,” Kejriwal said at a rally organised by the National Capital E-Rickshaw Association on Sunday evening near Adarsh Nagar metro station in north Delhi. The former Delhi CM urged voters to give AAP a simple majority so that it could form a stable government in Delhi.

    Kejriwal and AAP resigned from power in February this year after a 49-day rule in Delhi, with the party receiving severe criticism for the move.

    The AAP chief also slammed Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari’s announcement of regularisation of e-rickshaws in the Capital and termed the move a “specimen of dirty politics”.

    Taking a dig at the saffron party over frequent power cuts and water crisis this summer, Kejriwal alleged that the BJP had "nexus" with discoms and so it was not solving the issue.

    "It seems BJP, just like the previous Congress government, has a nexus with power discoms, that is the reason it is unable to solve the power issue.

    Exuding confidence about a win in the event of re-elections, he said, "They (BJP) keep saying there is a BJP wave in the city and country. If it is so, why are they not pushing for assembly elections."

    "I challenge them to fight the elections again. We are sure we will come to power with a majority this time," he added.

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    Apologetic Kejriwal says will stay 5 yrs if voted back - Hindustan Times
     
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  3. JBH22

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    Kitna bheeg maanta hain nautanki.
     
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    bose Senior Member Senior Member

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    Mr Kejriwal... we are waiting for new ITEM Number from you !!

    adath se majboor !!
     
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    Kejriwal and AAP have a serious problem here - apparently they have been trying to get back with Congress if reports on the Net are true. If elections are not held soon they will run out of money and steam - public memory is notoriously short and they might keep losing the momentum gather by winning just few months ago.

    Thats why he is needling BJP to go in for elections.

    IMO BJP should sit tight and not push for elections.
     
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    parijataka Senior Member Senior Member

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    AAP-Kejri already lost support since Dec'13 - if elections are held today it is BJP that will be the gainer as per ABP-Nielsen report.

    Delhi voters do not want Congress supported AAP government again; majority want fresh polls: ABP News-Nielsen survey
    ABP News Bureau
    Saturday, 21 June 2014

    New Delhi: Majority of Delhi voters want another attempt by political parties to form government meanwhile, they do not want Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to again form government with outside support from Congress, according to ABP News-Nielsen’s latest survey.

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    According to the survey, 53 per cent of survey respondents think that the BJP should form the government in Delhi while 44 per cent voters are against it.

    About two-third of respondents want a fresh round of Assembly elections in the national capital.

    According to the survey, 63 per cent feel there should be fresh round of elections while 34 per cent are against it.

    In last Assembly elections held in December 2013, according to the survey, out of 1607 respondents, 52 per cent voted for AAP. But interestingly, out of these 52 per cent (839 respondents), only 72 per cent will re-elect AAP to rule over Delhi and 27 per cent will move away from AAP.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    What are the chances that Delhi will vote in the AAP?
     
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    don't know but singh will definitely vote aap
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    I hope he gets a ticket.

    That will put the voice of the DFI on the national plank.

    For him, I will make an exception in my discomfit with the AAP.
     
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