Aam Aadmi Party said in a tweet that it would release some details on how BJP “Cheted Delhi” today, not giving further details. As Delhi Assembly elections will see AAP squarely pitted against BJP, which has grown strong after the May 2014 elections.
However it remains to be seen what AAP is up to today.
Led by Arvind Kejriwal, who resigned as Delhi CM early this year and regretted his decision later, is leading the party to face Delhi Assembly elections scheduled early next year.
In the 2013 Delhi legislative assembly election AAP emerged as the second-largest party, winning 28 of the 70 seats. With no party obtaining an overall majority, the AAP formed a minority government with conditional support from the Indian National Congress.
A significant part of its agenda was to quickly introduce the Jan Lokpal bill in the Union Territory. When it became clear after the election that the other major parties would not support this bill, the AAP government resigned. It had been in power for 49 days.