Slums can swing it in AAPs favour

There is a perception among people living in Delhi's slum clusters that during the days of AAP government, the police did not seek petty bribes, electricity bills came down and free water became available.

With no congress in there, will these slums vote for AAP? more  

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I fully agree. It has to be a govt. of the People and not one section of people. more  
The main motto of AAP has to be clean (corruption free) administration, consultation and delivery of justice in an equitable manner. Pl do not talk in terms of swing in favour or against. Pl do not talk in terms of slums as a separate group from the community. Aam admi does not mean people living in a particular area or colony. In fact No one should talk in terms of slum dweller as a separate class of citizens or different from main sector. It has to be a govt of the People and not one section of people. more  
I read this article in newspaper today. "may still have some appeal" ??
To my surprise, the words seem so manipulating, cleverly forming an opinion that the poor section may or may not be with AAP. When everyone knows the fact.
Limiting AAP by labeling "AAP has emerged as a party of the poor" means the upper middle class, upper class is not with AAP. How sad.
Some articles try to manipulate by saying that AAP will face challenge gaining favor of upper, upper middle class etc. Media is trying to form a divide without any basis, unfortunately, people do fall in this trap unwillingly.
BJP, by clearly calculating that it has lost all grounds, now using media to manifest false voter opinion ahead of polls.
Delhi! be wise. more  
The taste of the pudding is in eating it? There is no denying that AK's resignation was a terrible mistake and a section of the electorate of Delhi will perpetually hold it against him. However there are others who think it was influenced by principles, and still others who are prepared to give AAP another chance. So its quite a mixed pudding!? Is it not ? So only after the final Delhi vote is counted will we know the actual taste of this election " pudding!! more  
Yes, Ajay Shah ji, not only people living in slum/clusters, but the vendors
and of weaker sections are also in favor of AAP because during AAP
government, there was no mediater/muscle power user/bribe taker, hence
people of all the weaker sections were very happy. more  
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