- Feb 28, 2016
They tried to be hard left at the start with Khujliwal declaring in bold and capital that he is atheist, and then later becoming congress-lite basically, being hard-left wouldn't win them any votes, and being congress-lite couldn't distinguish them from other meme suckular parties there are, considering paap isn't focused around any caste( except the usual M appeasement )I'm wondering if AAP would have been doing this PTI style story in India today if BJP had not stolen the thunder.
There in Pakistan, now there are three major political parties, PTI, PMLN and PPP.
In India, AAP couldn't expand and was thrown to insignificance and killing the possibility ogt any three party system in India. Since emergence of any new major party will first bring down Congress clout at levels of CPI/CPM before even challenging BJP (being an alternative for left liberals instead of Congress). After all, Congress is now being pushed only to somehow push down BJP than any actual useful agenda or hopes.