President's Rule in Delhi till February 2015

This is not at all good for AAP.

MHA defers decision on holding fresh polls

The Ministry of Home Affairs has deferred the decision on holding fresh elections in Delhi for now, as per reports on Monday.

Reports have also indicated that the Central government may decide to continue with President's Rule in the national capital till February next year if no party stakes claim to form the government before that.

Further, it is also being said that the Attorney-General may submit the decision by the government in the Supreme Court on September 9.

The SC had on August 05 asked the NDA government to clear its stand on Delhi Assembly. The Constitutional Bench of the apex court, headed by Justice HL Dattu, had asked the government to take decision on dissolving Delhi Assembly within a reasonable time.

It had also asked the question as to how long the MLAs elected by the public would sit idle at home.

SC's reaction came while hearing a petition filed by Aam Aadmi Party's convenor Arvind Kejriwal to dissolve the Delhi Assembly so that fresh elections could be held. more  

The decision for fresh polls is in the hands of NDA Govt. and Prima facie they do not consider it is in their party's interest to conduct repoll at this juncture. The falling image of the party, as is evident in the bye polls, further dampens their chances. They seem to be still hoping to somehow come to power through engineering defections. They have realized that people have not taken well the resurfacing of divisive politics resulting in exponential increase in communal clashes across the nation. Moderates in BJP are being clearly sidelined and replaced by hardliners. This is scary and does not bode well for all of us as a nation of diverse culture.
Our only hope under the circumstances seems to be from our top judiciary. Even that is under threat of losing some of its power to the legislature. There is a need for all right minded intelligentsia, to play a more active role in educating the masses of dangers of this shift. We as the people have already tasted success in fighting the cause of corruption, which resulted in rout of dispensation perceived to be corrupt. Now we need to add to that cause, another factor in our fight, ' fight against communalisation of the nation'. more  
Let us await the response of the Hon'ble Supreme Court. After the results of the bye-polls, to me, things look very positive for AAP, provided the party sticks together. In Delhi the people will certainly give AAP another chance, which it must grab with both hands. more  
Now watching the Durdasha of BJP & thanks to the good sense of lalu & nitish (hope similar unification everywhere ) they wd be the last for election in Delhi.Congress & BJP have been given sooo many chances to Loot,AAP desrves once more.This is the last hope for delhites. more  
how will congress come in power??? more  
If no election till Fab thsn Congress will come in piwer more  
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