AAP ki government
After a long deadlock, the Aam Aadmi Party eventually decided to form the government in Delhi, with the party chairman Arvind Kejriwal taking charge as the chief minister of the state. Since the AAP didn’t have the required majority, Congress provided it with "outside support", much to the chagrin
of its own workers.
After the election, the party had decided that it would sit on the opposition benches. But it took the decision back after conducting a referendum in which people voted heavily in favor of an AAP government in Delhi. How long this ‘outside support’ by the Congress continues is a question asked by political analysts, as rumors of dissent within the Congress emerged as soon as the announcement of its support for the AAP came out. Another matter that concerns AAP supporters is that how this inexperienced party is going to balance its election campaign and the important task of running a state.