Loksabha Elections 2014
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convenor Arvind Kejriwal will begin his five-day election tour of Maharshtra and Karnataka from Wednesday, March 12.
Given below is the schedule for all the days : Read More
Shiv Sena has 12 out of 14 candidates (86%) with criminal cases, BJP has 13 out of 32 (41%) candidates with criminal cases, NCP has 8 out of 13 (62%) candidates with criminal cases and AIADMK has 1 out of 6 (17%) candidates with criminal cases. Read More
Coordinated attacks were orchestrated on AAP supporters in Gujarat, Delhi & Uttar Pradesh. The brutality of this attack was shocking. Many AAP supporters were badly injured and had to be rudhed for medical treatment. Read More
Aam Aadmi Party has announced 70 candidates so far for the 2014 Loksabha elections. Taking forward the wave of change brought about in India through youth activism, yearning for change and inclusive development, AAP’s list of candidates has set an example for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Each of the individuals selected has long strived for positive change in their immediate surroundings and it is time for them to seek elected office to bring their positivity to a larger group.