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indiaedge  
#1 Posted : Monday, November 26, 2018 2:05:38 PM(UTC)
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The Aam Aadmi Party (abbreviated as AAP) was introduced on 26 November 2012 with the main motive to introduce the Jan Lokpal Bill and eradicate corruption from the face of our country, if elected to power.
It was formed by Arvind Kejriwal, an activist, as he felt that a direct political involvement is necessary to fight corruption.The AAP was born when Arvind Kejriwal parted from India Against Corruption (popularly known as team Anna), a movement which was supported by masses seeking to demolish corruption from the society.But no success was achieved by this movement and Kejriwal went on to https://www.indiaedge.in/packers-movers/gurgaon/ his own political party - The party of the common man.
The party was declared as the second largest party in the Delhi Legislative Assembly elections in 2013, winning 28 of the 70 seats.Since no other party in competition obtained an overall majority, the AAP in alliance with the Indian National Congress formed a minority government.
The party symbol, a broom, symbolised the party's goal to sweep the corruption and restore the rights of the common man.It became a brand name, with millions of supporters flooding in to join the party from India as well as abroad.Donations came in large numbers and the party posted its records online.
The Congress and the BJP referred to AAP as an "unexperienced and lacking in vision".But after getting elected, Kejriwal bought out the policies which he promised to the citizens.He introduced reduction in electricity bills for upto 400 units, asked for an audit of power distribution companies and free water supply for upto 20 litres in metered homes.
His plan to conduct the Janata Darbars or public discussions were scrapped of because of unsuccessful crowd management.
In February, 2014, the AAP tried to https://www.indiaedge.in/packers-movers/delhi/ the law makers to introduce the Jan Lokpal Bill which was its main point of the agenda in the Delhi Assembly.However, the Lt. governor of Delhi - Najeeb Jung suggested that it would be "unconstitutional" to do so, and advised the assembly speaker to not to do so.The BJP and the INC blocked the introduction of the bill which resulted in resignation of the AAP government.
However, Arvind Kejriwal's short term of 49 days was long enough to bring in a massive transition in the city.The corrupt have started to mend their ways, and the citizens are becoming more aware.A person thinks twice before doing an act which is against the nature of the law.People have started raising their voices and the guilty were penalised for the crime they committed.
His decision to quit simply signifies that the party will not compromise with the promises made to the citizens of the country and won't rest till they are successful in their sole mission.
This is the beginning of a new chapter in the histoy of politics, and with this a new revolution has begun.Will AAP be successful in achieving what it yearns for?What lies in store for us, only time will tell
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