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Saturday, November 24, 2012

Team Arvind Kejriwal's Party is named as 'Aam Aadmi Party'

Putting an end to the wait of his followers and supporters for more than two months, after announcing his decision to float a new Political outfit, Veteran anti corruption crusader Arvind Kejriwal has named his new political party as 'Aam Aadmi Party' in a major meeting attended by more than 300 founder members.

The founder chairman of the party said that 'the aam aadmi party' will be a challenge to all the existing parties and the vision of the party is to bring 'self rule' (swaraj).

The word 'Aam Aadmi' which means 'common man' is used by the congress Party since many years, and so that party has registered its strong objections to christen Kejriwal's party as 'Aam Aadmi party'. However many people of the country feel that the charges of the Congress Party is baseless as they have not registered that term as their 'trade mark'...!

People also opine in plenty that the Congress party which used to win the elections and come to power for many decades with the support and votes of the common man (the poor, the marginalized and the minorities) has started neglecting the 'aam aadmi' with the many present policies of the government and the sky-rocketing prices of commodities which is a heavy blow on the common man.

Many concerned people of the country are looking eagerly on Activist Arvind Kejriwal hoping that he may succeed in bringing India a corrupt free country in future. May are eager to support his party to teach a 'good lesson' to all the existing parties who are equally sunk in corruption...!

The official website of Aam Aadmi Party is: http://www.aamaadmiparty.org/

2 comments:

  1. He should win a state, prove himself before going national. Let his record speak for himself rather than run his mouth. We all know that they are corrupt, nothing new. We want to know how honest are you sir!

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    1. I too agree with this post and comment.

      The people (voters) should give him a chance to prove his mettle.

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