This does indicate that translation of the populist promises may turn out to be difficult, but then AAP claims to have done their homework and they are sure about it happening. One sure wishes AAP well and hope that they will deliver. However, having seen how previous Govts who sold us the secular, populist and the 'idea of India' all appearing hollow and shallow, it is difficult to believe that AAP can change the chapter. But then, who knows? If they do, then that will be great. However, Diggy Singh says it AAP is but an RSS and BJP front in their aim to make 'Congress mukt Bharat.'