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“Peo­ple have seen Congress for 15 years, BJP for 10 years and AAP for the past 2 years. All have failed to de­liver. Peo­ple don’t want to suf­fer... They want po­lit­i­cal parties to work for them.”

YOGENDRA YA­DAV, whose Swaraj In­dia prom­ises to be the al­ter­na­tive to the al­ter­na­tive, gave a speech at the Ramlila Maidan. It was a sym­bolic choice—Ya­dav was once the in­tel­lec­tual heart of AAP, but fell out with Arvind Ke­jri­wal. Swaraj In­dia will com­pete in the Delhi mu­nic­i­pal polls in April, and has chal­lenged AAP to win 50 per cent of the seats or re­sign

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