The AAP legislators who have been in trouble for being appointed as Parliamentary Secretaries by Delhi government pleaded with the Election Commission to drop office of profit case against them, which the EC rejected.
Sacked AAP minister Kapil Mishra has created scenes again at the residence of Delhi Chief Minister Aarvind Kejriwal in the name of fighting corruption.
Suspended AAP MLA Kapil Mishra was allegedly beaten up by MLAs of the same party at the behest of Deputy Chief Minister Sisodia when Delhi Assembly met on Wednesday for one day to discuss GST.
Aam Aadmi Party which was launched by Arvind Kejriwal is facing a survival problem because of unfulfilled national ambition and rebellions in the party in the wake of successive electoral defeats.
Aam Aadmi Party wants to create an atmosphere across the country that BJP won by tampering EVMs in UP and Uttarakhand before the next Assembly elections to be held by the end of the year. But will its tactics succeed?
Former minister of Delhi Kapil Mishra was attacked by AAP worker before his residence where he was sitting on a hunger protest.
Kapil Mishra will also meet the CBI officials to address the Rs. 400 Crore water scam.
AAP has said it differs with anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare who said he was pained to hear the allegations of corruptions against Kejriwal.
AAP leader Kumar Viswas is emotional at being branded as an agent of the BJP. He spoke against Kejriwal’s style of functioning. Manish Sisodia attacked Viswas for what he said.
BJP leader Bagga claimed that half of the AAP MLAs are in favour of Vishwas replacing Kejriwal as Chief Minister. Kejriwal said he would correct the mistakes.
By-elections were held in 10 Assembly constituencies in eight states on Sunday. Two seats each are in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh and one each in West Bengal, Assam, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand and Delhi