Aam Aadmi Party Case Study

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INTRODUCTION Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is an Indian political party launched on 26 November, 2012 and is ruling party of national capital territory of Delhi now. This party faced many controversies and hurdles. The party has been making news for all the wrong blames and reasons. Further, it has been undergoing crisis since the day it came to power in Delhi. The reason behind it can be internal rift, blame game, clash of ideas or we can say a hunger to rule. The party made its electoral debut in 2013 Delhi legislative assembly election. More than a dozen of MLAs of AAP have faced allegations, police action or were engaged in many controversies. Among those having serious charges against AAP leaders are Kondli MLA Manoj Kumar (molestation, cheating and forgery) and Ram Niwas Goel who has been accused of beating up workers employed by a builder after forcibly entering his building. Few more cases were Kumar vishwas ‘illicit relationship’ controversary, the fake degree case of law minister Jitender Singh. The other case was the AAP MLA jar nail Singh absconding. AAP is the ruling party of national capital territory of Delhi now. It came into existence following differences between the activists Arvind Kejriwal and Anna Hazare…show more content…
According to sources the AAP leader, his son and supporters reportedly entered the businessman’s house after suspecting that liquor had been stocked inside to be distributed among locals before polling. Goel was booked along with others under IPC sections related to rioting, trespassing, causing mischief and voluntarily causing hurt. Police filed the chargesheet on September 7. The court posted the matter for consideration of the chargesheet in

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