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    AAP Candidates 2013 - List of shortlisted candidates from Aam Aadmi Party 2013

    AAP Candidates 2013: Here is the list of constituencies and candidates have been shortlisted in 2013: 
    Gopal Rai
    Harikishen Singh
    Mangu Singh
    Riyazuddin Saifi
    Rekha Tyagi
    Farhana Anjum
    Wasim Ahmad Sonawale
    Ashok Arya
    Bhupendra Kumar
    Mahaveer Prasad
    Umakant Jatav
    Dharmedra Kumar Tiwari
    Manju Tanwar
    Pawan Kumar
    Rishipal Pehalwan
    Sanjeev Kumar
    Delhi Cantt
    Peakar Afroz Sheikh
    Hari Nagar  
    Jagdeep Singh
    Mukesh Kumar
    Devi Dayal
    Kripal Singh
    Pradeep Kr. Nirmal
    Tejveer Singh
    Karawal Nagar
    Amit Kumar Verma
    Kapil Mishra
    Riya Dubey
    Krishna Nagar
    J.K. Vishwas
    Jyoti Bansal
    Manoj Rana
    Mukesh Tayal
    Sushil Chauhan
    Laxmi Nagar
    Anju Chaudhary
    Rajendra Pratap Singh
    Tarun Gaur
    Vimal Kr. Saxena
    Vinod Kr. Binny
    Jamuna Rajpura
    Rakhi Birla
    Abid Khan
    Anand Kumar
    Gajendra Sharma
    Kapil Kr. Dhama
    Sunita Rani
    Baljeet Singh Maan
    Rajesh Kumari
    New Delhi
    Arvind Kejriwal
    Rajouri Garden
    Adarsh Kr. Gupta
    Dr. Jai Prakash Lohia
    Jatin Bhalla
    Musharraf Khan
    Pramod Kr. Verma
    Sangam Vihar
    Anita Singh
    Dinesh Mohania
    Shalimar Bagh
    Om Dutt Tyagi
    Bandana Kumari
    Vishwas Nagar
    Dr. Atul Gupta
    Dr. Inder Ahuja
    Ramesh Chandra Chaudhary
    Mohammad Salim

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    1. A Tale of Two Countries


       Bo Xilai was a member of Central Politburo of the Chinese Government ( equal to a Central Cabinet Minister in India )

       He was arrested a year back and tried for corruption / taking bribes / misusing official position. Not granted bail ( unheard of in China )

       Trial lasted 5 days – at the end of which , he was convicted , and punished for 20 years of con-current prison terms

       He can appeal but in China , there is no precedence of a higher court setting aside , an order of a lower court !


       Of our 4500 MPs / MLAs , approx 1500 ( 30 % ) , have criminal cases pending against them

       Of these , some 600 have , “ Serious Criminal Cases “ ( murder / rape etc ) pending against them

       A few hundred are already “ Convicted “ and have appealed in higher courts

       All are out on bail and attending Lok Sabha / State Legislatures

       Our Supreme Court considered this ( freedom ) as “ Unconstitutional / Illegal “ and passed an order that MPs / MLAs , who have received punishments of 2 years or more , cannot be granted bail ( even if they have appealed ) and must stay in jail. Neither can they vote , nor contest an election

       Central Government filed a “ Review Petition “ in Supreme Court , which refused to change its earlier ruling

       So , as expected , Central Government decided to bring out an Ordinance to nullify Supreme Court verdict !

      What Next ?

       Within 2 months , Ordinance must be converted into a proper law , by passing it in Lok Sabha

       Since ALL parties have “ Criminal “ MPs / MLAs , you bet , the law will be passed unanimously !

      Voters of India

      The only political party which is not a party to this heinous conspiracy against Democracy and therefore against the People of India , is the Aam Admi Party ( not having a single MP / MLA so far ? )

      Let us vote it to power . That is the only way to test their promise of a corruption-free government

      May be we can still stop this rape of our Motherland !

      • hemen parekh ( 25 Sept 2013 )


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