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The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tuesday won the Delhi Assembly polls with a thumping majority. The party won 62 seats out of 70. The Bharatiya Janata Party, on the other hand, managed to garner only 8 seats whereas the Congress drew blank. Kejriwal, during his poll campaign listed the numbers of schemes that his government implemented in last 5 years. Starting from free electricity to free bus rides, the AAP convenor left no stones unturned to popularise his government's achievements. But his visit to Hanuman mandir caught the attention of most of the Delhiites. Confident that the minority vote would stay with him, Kejriwal chose quasi-Hindutva. If the BJP talked Ram Mandir, he recited the Hanuman Chalisa and made visible trips to Hanuman temples in the national capital. Did this tactic help the Delhi CM to surge into power? Deepak Chaurasia debates this issue tonight.
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Muslims should establish their own leader, says Dr. Shoaib Jamei, (President Indian Muslim Foundation).
Its high time Muslims start thinking whether they still want to vote for those parties who have used them as a vote bank: Awadhesh Kumar, senior journalist.
Arvind Kejriwal stopped taking name of Shaheen Bagh: Awadhesh Kumar, senior journalist.
Congress fighting for the rights of the people. Muslims should be part of the mainstream: Abdul Khaleque, Congress.
Shaheen Bagh wants to save the basic ethos of the country: Dr. Shoaib Jamei, (President Indian Muslim Foundation).
Shaheen Bagh agitation is not to help any political party: Dr. Shoaib Jamei, (President Indian Muslim Foundation).
I will recite 'Hanuman Chalisa' once Modi government fulfills half of its promises: AIMIM spokesperson Asim Waqar .
People can follow whatever faith they believe in. It's wrong to criticize Rahul Gandhi for visiting temples: Abdul Khaleque, Congress.
I don't agree that AAP has not done Muslim appeasement: Harish Khurrana, BJP.
Muslims take Bharatiya Janata Party as their enemy therefore they are voting for other parties: Awadhesh Kumar, senior journalist.
Muslims have no compulsions. They voted for Congress earlier and now they have voted for AAP: Mohd Shahid Siddiqui, AAP supporter.
Harish Khurana, (BJP Spokesperson), Kaushal Kant Mishra, (Youth of Equality), Abdul Khaleque, (MP Congrees), Dr. Shoaib Jamei, (President Indian Muslim Foundation), Vinod Bansal (Spokesperson VHP), Asim Waqar (Spokesperson AIMIM), Awadhesh Kumar (Sr Journalist), Mohd Shahid Siddiqui (Supporter AAP).
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