In a major embarrassment for the Aam Aadmi Party's national convener Arvind Kejriwal, who is trying to woo voters in the poll-bound capital city, Kumar Vishwas on Tuesday openly praised Narendra Modi, saying that if “PM does well, I have the right to praise him.”
Amid speculations that Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung may invite the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to form the government in Delhi, Congress leader Manish Tewari on Saturday said fresh polls should take place in the national capital.
Congress on Sunday dubbed AAP`s rally here as a "damp squib" and accused its leader Arvind Kejriwal of again trying to "mislead" the people of Delhi "to grab power" following his "misadventure" in the Lok Sabha polls.
AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal along with his party legislators will Thursday meet President Pranab Mukherjee over the alleged "horse trading" by the BJP in Delhi, and will demand fresh assembly elections in the capital.
After its severe drubbing in the Lok Sabha polls, Congress today dissolved all 14 district and 140 block committees besides other wings in the national capital as part of efforts to revamp the party ahead of next assembly elections.
With only a few days left for Narendra Modi to be sworn-in as India`s 14th Prime Minister, Home Secretary Anil Goswami on Monday met the PM-designate to brief him about the country`s current internal security situations.
Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal continued to take pot-shots at Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday and said that if AAP comes to power, then it will send corrupt politicians of both parties to jail.
Shrugging off the humiliating defeat to Congress and herself in the election, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit was back in action on Monday as she exhorted party workers to get ready for fresh polls and attacked BJP and the Aam Admi Party for making "impossible promises" to get votes.
Following the Aam Aadmi Party`s (AAP`s) stunning performance at the recently concluded Delhi Assembly elections, People`s Party of Punjab president Manpreet Singh Badal today said the myth that new political parties cannot stand on their own has been busted.