Written by Bella Dalima
10 Dec, 2013 | 6:22 pm
Arvind Kejriwal reiterated today that there is no question of his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) providing any kind of support that would allow the BJP to form the government in Delhi.
In the recent Delhi elections, the BJP emerged as the largest party, but was blocked by the AAP from getting the majority it needs to form the government. The ruling Congress was relegated to third place.
Both the BJP and the AAP say they are not entitled to form the government and will serve in the opposition. That could force the Lieutenant Governor, Najeeb Jung, to call for President’s Rule.
In the first election it contested, the one-year-old AAP landed a whopping 28 seats, just three behind the BJP. That’s led to grudging admiration from other parties and the title of India’s new hot start-up in newspapers.
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