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After Delhi, now Kejriwal reveals AAP's plans for Lok Sabha poll 2014

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    New Delhi, Dec 11: Arvind Kejriwal, the 44-year-old man, a former tax inspector, has already proved the power of young generation. After the magnificent debut in Indian politics through Delhi election, his party Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) now is eyeing on upcoming general election which is expected to be held by May 2014.

    Amid confusion over formation of government in Delhi, Kejriwal now revealed AAP's plans for Lok Sabha elections. Kejriwal now asked other party leaders to stir up for a revolution within the party.

    He was quoted as saying, "There are many good people in the existing political parties who feel stifled. I urge them to either revolt within their parties and improve them or leave their parties and come join us."

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    AAP's wing in Haryana has already started working in the state. It has approached suspended IPS officer Ashok Khemka for contesting upcoming assembly election in Haryana. Khemka is known as a whistle-blower who has been facing wrath of state and as well as central government over his action against Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra.

    AAP's decision to contest 2014 poll has come up as an aftereffect of Delhi election results. The party won 28 seats grabbing the second position after BJP which won 32 seats.

    Now, both BJP and AAP have been denying to form government and expressed their desires to sit in opposition. Citing their statements, experts believe that President Rule is likely to be imposed in the national capital.

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