Alliances

AAP must not form any alliances with any political parties.Whatever the outcome be after the result post elections.
In fact I sense that AAP will be winning this election as single largest party.Please post your views. more  

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Hello KVR Rao I completely agree with your views and share the same feelings as you do.Even the calamities occurred in Amarnath and upper mountains in H.P did not deter the these corrupt and evil people in our so called God's Own planet.
The apprehensions you have about AK and AAP is correct and there are all the possibilities of Alliances it has to be learnt in this coming election.
All the political parties maybe it be National or Regional or International have hidden agenda that is to make money in what ever form it may from.The honest tax payer citizens like you and me are victim of this system.We toil ourselves to give the best to our families but are faced with the competitions from the illiterate segment of the society who are so called privileged political class.
Lets wait and see where the game ends. more  
KAMAT JI,
I afraid of this political parties ,they all come united(after elections) & ban AAP saying that it is threat for nation.This is an option we can't ruled off.There is also another way by killing AK & important leaders .To control AAP they can go to any extent. Because the judicial And police are in their hands.However it will be a very tough fight to AAP to survive after elections. However all these politicians never want power to go out of their hands.See it self yesterday BJP & CONG what they said to supreme court. Both said there is a chance of changing equations after elections.Directly encouraging horse trading. Now it is to the supreme court to decide whether to give chance for horse trading or not.
Some times i completely fed up with this system and think that some serious natural calamity should come & after that fresh generation comes and do the change .Just this is too much hypothetical,but come in mind with no other opportunity not in site. As the thoughts are going in this way Then AAP comes with some solution. Then wait for the time,how it will lead further.Mean time help AAP to maximum extent for their cause to be full filled. No other chance than wait & see how things foils. more  
Thank you Dear KVR Rao, AAP should be patient and learn how to run government it is different than running an NGO at the same time elected candidates should wait and learn about clean politics and corporate governance and be equipped with all the knowledge required to run an corrupt free government.There are honest and corrupt free Bureaucrats in India they can help and guide AAP and take this movement to next level.
AAP has just sown seed it should allow to grow strong and it should be well nurtured by Mentors and Peers it should have succession plan in its agenda.
I'm sure if we do these our future generations will surely see Dynamic India. more  
Kamat ji,
yes & well said.AAP should take this elections as a opportunity to establish base in entire country.Wining /loosing does not matter. after elections they have to start and build the building with pillars they have laid in this election. more  
Dear Friends It has taken more than 20 years to gain freedom from British.It has taken sacrifices of more than 20,000 people in this period alliances are seeds sown by Western culture to enjoy the both of the world. People has already experienced this evil from last 3 Decades.Alliances are pact with Pact devils,are you ready ?
Wining Elections in 1st year will make AAP fragile it has to keep it patience and gradually build team which will see the light of the day.I me fool to expect this But I have faith, it will happen to day or tomorrow...... more  
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