But pitting Kejriwal against Modi from Varansi, AAP has very little to gain and more to lose. Firstly, Modi is not considered corrupt person although leading a party having candidates known for corruption and criminal involvement. Secondly, anti-incumbency factor is missing here. Rather, BJP is likely to emerge as largest party. Thirdly, Modi is fighting from the a seat from UP which is as safe as any one in Gujarat.
BJP has made chakraviyuh for AAP, b'coz if Kejriwal loses from Varansi, morale of AAP will be down when contesting for Delhi assembly election later on, which is the first priority for AAP, being the birth place for the party. more
Having been to fundraisers for AAP, I can say that most of the AAP supporters are those who have never bothered to vote , and even those who never ever donated for politics in life alongwith those who consciously voted for Congress or BJP because they didnt wanted party to loot too much after 1 term.
Its a matter of faith in principles of Honest Politics. more
Tough time ahead is indicated for all the people having faith and belief in AAP and AAP itself.
Hope support and faith will remain intact after result of general election. My fear is based on my understanding that most of AAP ( including self) were supporting either congress or BJP or any other party before advent / formation of AAP. more