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Families of Indian workers in Iraq protest at Jantar Mantar

Atleast 3,000 Indians are still stranded in armed conflict hit Iraq and there is still no word on the plight of 39 workers abducted by the ISIS, who have now spent more than five weeks in custody. These families of stranded Indians (mainly from Punjab), are naturally worried for their safety and at least 40 such families have started a dharna at Jantar Mantar in the capital, demanding effective from the central government for their release.  Read More

Arvind Kejriwal's message on BJP horsetrading in Delhi

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has released a recorded audio message of its national convenor and former Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, about the desperate BJP attempts to cobble up a majority in the state assembly through horse-trading, and about its failed attempts to engineer defections from other parties.

This recorded message is now being sent to the people, using different platforms available for disseminating audio information. Listen to Arvind's message Read More

Arvind Kejriwal meets protesting Delhi guest teachers

Arvind Kejriwal told the protesting teachers that the current administration should not have tampered with the February 6order issued by the Aaam Aadmi Party (AAP) government, which clearly stated that services of those employed as guest teachers will not be disturbed till these posts will be filled up on a permanent basis.

The Delhi administration has discontinued the services of guest teachers since the month of May, without filling up these posts on a permanent basis, for which these teachers were to be considered and given weight age. Read More

Dowry victim Neha succumbs to injuries

Neha's case is a sordid tale of policy apathy, insensitivity and police callousness . She was being tortured by her husband and in-laws (in Indra Park, Sagarpur, West Delhi) but the police chose to turn a blind eye to her repeated complaints resulting into the gruesome incident of her being burnt by her husband and in-laws on January 13, but even this could not move the callous police. Read More

Letter to Sonia Gandhi

Aam Aadmi Party national convenor and former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has written a letter to the Congress President Mrs Sonia Gandhi. Kejriwal has drawn Mrs Gandhi's attention to the plight of four minor dalit rape victims of Bhagana village (Hisar district), Haryana.
 
These victims have been sitting on dharna along with their families at Jantar Mantar since April 16. These victims have not only undergone the worst inhuman trauma, but their families and relatives have been chased away from their village and they have no shelter now.
 
The state Congress government has been shielding the accused and the police has done nothing to probe the cases. Kejriwal has asked Mrs Gandhi to direct her party's state govenrment to refer the case to the CBI and ensure the rehabilitation of victims and their families.   

Letter to the president

Aam Aadmi Party national convenor and former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal to the hon’ble President Mr Pranab Mukherjee demanding immediate dissolution of the assembly. Kejriwal along with the AAP MLAs met the hon’ble President and apprised him of the desperate attempts being made by the BJP to cobble up a majority through horse trading.

The AAP has appealed to the President to take appropriate steps to prevent subversion of democracy in the national capital. Read More

Letter to Home Minister Rajnath Singh

This is the letter that Arvind Kejriwal has written to the Home Minister, Sh. Rajnath Singh asking him to direct the LG of Delhi to desolve the Delhi assembly and pave way for fresh elections. The hearing of the Supreme Court case is coming up on 4th July. AAP expects that BJP, if its indeed serious about conducting fresh elections in Delhi, should make their stand explicit there as well. 

This will put an end to all "horse-trading" attempts being made by different parties, to try and form a Govt. in Delhi, by hook or crook.  Read More

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