Lok Sabha Elections 2014: Top 5 news on AAP you must read on May 1st

Photo: DNA RNA

Photo: DNA RNA

At Kangra, AAP banks on candidate’s ‘similarity’ to Arvind Kejriwal

The Aam Aadmi Party party is banking on its Kangra nominee’s ‘similarities’ with party chief Arvind Kejriwal and his rebellious traits to woo the electorate in the constituency.Dr Rajan Sushant was expelled from BJP for his ‘anti-party’ activities in 2011 and is likely to cut into the vote bank of the BJP in the Lok Sabha polls scheduled for May 7.

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AAP welcomes FIR against Narendra Modi, says he is a ‘habitual offender

Welcoming the FIR registered against Narendra Modi for violating the election law, the Aam Aadmi Party today called BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate a habitual offender who has been consistently violating poll norms and model code of conduct.

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We have nothing but the power of truth to offer: Kejriwal

With less than two weeks to elections in Varanasi, the Aam Aadmi Party has turned the fight between Arvind Kejriwal and Narendra Modi into a David versus Goliath duel.

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AAP candidate assaulted in Punjab

The Aam Adami Party candidate from Patiala, Dharamvira Gandhi, was assaulted and an electronic voting machine was smashed in some stray incidents of violence when approximately 73 per cent of the 1.95 crore electorate cast their votes for the 13 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab on Wednesday.

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Absence of Kejriwal hits AAP campaign

The Aam Admi Party (AAP) has fielded many Lok Sabha candidates in Bihar, but its campaign didn’t really went into top gear in the state in the absence of the party’s star campaigners, particularly Arvind Kejriwal. As a result, the party’s prospects of winning any seat seem remote, but it can affect the fortunes of other candidates by cutting into the votes of one party here and the other there.

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