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Arvind Kejriwal a dangerous idea: No establishment will let him survive - Financial Express

The wag has a point. The 2017 Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections, we are being persistently reminded, were won by the BJP handsomely because of a single factor: a Modi wave. Fair enough. But the BJP won the two previous Delhi municipal ...and more »

EVMs not sole reason for loss, says Kumar Vishwas - Times of India

NEW DELHI: The rumblings in AAP grew louder on Friday with senior functionary Kumar Vishwas saying electronic voting machines (EVMs) "should not be blamed solely" for the party's debacle in the municipal polls in Delhi. "We lost because people did not ...and more »

Arvind Kejriwal's four mistakes: Why the AAP leader lost the plot so quickly - Scroll.in

The AAP leader had got an even bigger mandate for Delhi in 2015 than Narendra Modi had got for India. What changed in two years? by Neerja Chowdhury. Published Apr 30, 2017 · 08:00 am. Arvind Kejriwal's four mistakes: Why the AAP leader lost the plot ...and more »

Kejriwal Lost Interest In Delhi - And Vice Versa - NDTV (blog)

"May Day! May Day!" comes the call from Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, after realizing that blaming EVMs for three successive electoral defeats isn't cutting much ice with either his party members or the general public. The fact that Kejriwal ...and more »

AAP puts Gujarat plans on hold after debacle in MCD elections - Hindustan Times

Consecutive drubbings in Goa and Punjab assembly elections and MCD elections in Delhi have put the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on the back foot and the party is doing a rethink on its plans to contest assembly elections in other states, scheduled to be held ...and more »

Kejriwal admits 'mistakes' after MCD election loss, says AAP will introspect - Hindustan Times

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday attributed the recent electoral losses to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)'s own “mistakes”, vowing to introspect and do a course correction to revive the party's fortunes. It was a rare admission of failure by ...and more »

AAP is not a national party, it cannot be in a long time to come - Hindustan Times

I have never seen anyone squander so much goodwill in so short a time. I am speaking, of course, of Arvind Kejriwal, the perpetually aggrieved chief minister of Delhi. Now, at last, he has a genuine reason to be aggrieved: His party, the Aam Aadmi ...and more »

'Anti-corruption Became A Hollow Slogan' - Outlook India

Yogendra Yadav wears several hats—political analyst, psephologist and a scholar-turned politician. Yadav joined the Aam Aadmi Party as part of the anti-corruption movement in 2011, before being expelled from it in 2015 for 'anti-party activities ...and more »

10 Things The AAP Should Do To Reinvent Itself - Huffington Post India

There are no certainties in politics. Politicians and parties who are written off have shown they can return afresh. There was a time when Lalu Yadav was said to be over, there was a time when it was said Uttar Pradesh has become a bi-polar state like ...and more »

Kumar Vishwas is my younger brother, nobody can separate us: Arvind Kejriwal on rift in Aam Aadmi Party - Zee News

Delhi: Reacting to reports of a divide within the Aam Aadmi Party after the MCD elections, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday that party leader Kumar Vishwas was his younger brother and nobody could separate them. कुमार मेरा छोटा ...and more »