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Shri Ram Sena welcomes AAP's victory in Delhi elections
Shri Ram Sena's J&K wing has expressed happiness over AAP’s stunning performance, saying that he was expecting Kejriwal to become the next chief minister of Delhi.

Sena's president Rajiv Mahajan said that the newly formed party should contest election in other states as well. He said that Kejriwal should not take any support, rather go for another election if need be but he should not form a "khichadi" Govt.

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While criticizing the Congress party, which has finished at a poor third place in the Assembly polls, he said that that Congress' intentions are not clear. Mahajan said that the Congress needs to mend its ways or else the people will teach it a lesson in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections too.

Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party has got 28 seats out of the total 70 Assembly seats in the state. BJP emerged as the single largest party with 32 seats. However, it remained four seats behind the magic number i.e. 36.

The ruling Congress party led by Sheila Dikshit anaged to get only eight seats with Dikshit herself loosing the elctionf from New Delhi constituency. AAP's convener Arvind Kejriwal defeated her by more than 22,000 votes.  

After the verdict came out now there is a hung assembly in Delhi with no one having the magic numbers in their hands. AAP has already made it clear that it will neither support any party nor will come forward to form the government from either Congress or BJP's support.

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hemen parekh
World is Watching !It is not only IndiaEntire world is watching what has happened - and continues to happen - in DelhiOppressed people of Tunisia , Libya , Iraq , Egypt , Yemen , and now Syria , took up arms and fought bloody battles to liberate themselves from the tyranny of dictatorsOf course , in no small measure , due to covert help from the Western worldBut India is the land of Gandhi ( - the ancient one , not the Dynasty ! )And peace-loving people of Delhi needed no outside help to throw out Congress and give a mandate to BJP and AAPBut a fractured mandate that gives no party a clear majority !Apparently , people of Delhi failed to appreciate that a coalition government is a government that gets blackmailed by its coalition partners , whose sole aim is to make a ton of money !Exactly what has been happening at the Centre for the past 5 years , rendering UPA -2 , a Spineless Spectacle !Arvind Kejriwal realized this a long time back and over the past 6 months , repeatedly said ," We will neither support any party , nor seek support from anyone "He is absolutely right when he refuses to form a minority-led government , under constant threats from corrupt partnersWhat next ?Although President's Rule is an immediate possibility , it is a pointless postponement of what is inevitable , viz :RE-ELECTIONLet us get over it fastLet us face the harsh reality of parliamentary democratic processIf people of Delhi want a stable / accountable / corruption-free government , then let them go to the polling booths ONCE AGAIN , and give AAP , at least 40 SEATS Let their message ring loud and clear , across the length and breadth of India , proclaiming :" Brothers and Sisters, If you want to get rid of corruption , give AAP , an ABSOLUTE MAJORITY in 2014 National Elections NOTHING LESS WILL BE ENOUGH TO LIBERATE YOU If you hesitate , and split your vote , you will have only yourself to blame for your continued suffering
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