BJP/Cong running away from the elections

The Aam Aadmi Party national convenor and former Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal along with party leader Prashant Bhushan met the Lieutenant Governor, Mr Najeeb Jung to demand immediate dissolution of the state assemnbly.

The AAP leaders submitted a memorandum to the Lieutenant Governor (which is attached to this press statement), demanding reconsideration of his earlier decision.

The Aam Aadmi Party will expose the match fixing between the BJP and the Congress, both of whom are desperate to avoid fresh assembly elections in Delhi at all costs.

The extreme reluctance of these parties to make their stand public on the issue was evident during the hearing of the AAP petition in the Supreme Court on Monday, when they sought more time to file their replies.

The BJP and the Congress, both, appear to be happy with the President’s rule in the national capital. They are running away from facing the assembly elections and are denying the people their basic right of having an elected state government.

It is surprising that the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Mr Narendra Modi and the Congress President, Mrs Sonia Gandhi, both of whom have addressed election rallies in the capital recently, have chosen to maintain a mysterious silence on whether their parties want fresh assembly elections or not.

The BJP and the Congress, who had joined hands in the state assembly on February 14 to defeat the AAP government’s Janlokpal bill in the state assembly by openly stating that they had a combined strength of 40 MLAs in the 70-member House, are now desperately looking for escape routes to avoid elections.

The AAP challenges the BJP and the Congress to reveal their stand on whether the President’s rule should continue in Delhi and spell out the reasons for getting the intermim budget passed in parliament which ended the relief to the people of Delhi on electricity and water tarrifs.

The AAP will effectively raise these issues in its campaign and will not allow the BJP and the Congress to run away from answering the public on these key issues. more  

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Definitely the BJP & Congress has to answer the issues more  
AAP must do some research about the connection between Asaram Bapu and Narendra Modi and exose it. Jo Asaram ko suraksha deta hai uske muh se naari suraksha ki baatein achchi nahi lagti. more  
President rule in Delhi is unconstitutional. President rule is imposed to
explore the possibility whether formation of alternative government is
possible.

But since Naseeb Jung is not doing any such thing, President rule is
unconstitutional.

Please arrange to bring my legal view to Mr. Arvind Kejriwal and Prashant
Bhushan

Professor (Dr.) D.D.Kaushik
LL.M.; LL.D.


On Tue, Apr 1, 2014 at 10:28 PM, Aam Aadmi Party <
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John brother I m a big supporter of AAP but me too unable to justify the resignation. However I would say that we as supporter can question AK for it but the corrupt people like bjp and congress have no right to ask this from him. Huge turnouts are the testimony that He was not totally wrong and people have trust in him. We will get majority this time.

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> John wrote: "Dear Mr. Subodh Bhargava I feel pity on you! I'm sure you are the agent of either Congress or BJP! Just remember one thing that Arvind Kejriwal didn't failed and he did not run away from governance. I don't have enough time to explain you why AAP government quit on Feb 14th, but still I will remind you something about that situation. First thing it was a minority government. AAP didn't want to form the government since it didn't get sufficient numbers. Then Congress blindly came to support AAP with out any request from AAP side keeping in my mind that they can control the government on every issue. Finally when the issue of Jan Lokpal Bill came in assembly, they (Congress and BJP) joined hands together to defeat the introduction of the bill in the assembly. AAP didn't want to continue in governance with out passing the Jan Lokpal Bill in the assembly. This was the situation, where AAP quit. I hope you understand! One more thing! Please don't underestimate AAP. It (AAP) has more support from people than earlier. Whenever the Delhi Assembly elections held, AAP will get more than 50 seats! Please keep in mind! OK. See you then "
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Dear Mr. Subodh Bhargava
I feel pity on you! I'm sure you are the agent of either Congress or BJP! Just remember one thing that Arvind Kejriwal didn't failed and he did not run away from governance. I don't have enough time to explain you why AAP government quit on Feb 14th, but still I will remind you something about that situation.

First thing it was a minority government. AAP didn't want to form the government since it didn't get sufficient numbers. Then Congress blindly came to support AAP with out any request from AAP side keeping in my mind that they can control the government on every issue. Finally when the issue of Jan Lokpal Bill came in assembly, they (Congress and BJP) joined hands together to defeat the introduction of the bill in the assembly. AAP didn't want to continue in governance with out passing the Jan Lokpal Bill in the assembly. This was the situation, where AAP quit.

I hope you understand!

One more thing! Please don't underestimate AAP. It (AAP) has more support from people than earlier. Whenever the Delhi Assembly elections held, AAP will get more than 50 seats!

Please keep in mind!

OK. See you then more  
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