Here are six reasons that may cause hiccups for AAP.

The Modi waves: BJP under the stewardship of Prime Narendra Modi has won three consecutive assembly elections. NaMo factor could still stack odds against AAP.



With Kiran Bedi joining BJP: Kiran Bedi, the first women IPS officer, is a strong contender and with BJP placing Bedi in the Delhi Poll battle field it will be a big challenge for the AAP as the former IPS officer is known for her non-corrupt, unbiased and philanthropist image.


Kejriwal resigned in 49 days: In 2013 Delhi elections, people reposed faith in Kejriwal’s dictum of 'small things can bring big changes and voted for AAP'. But Kejriwal instead of bringing changes resigned in 49 days leaving national capital in political crisis.


AAP candidates changing sides: Kejriwal with lot of efforts carved AAP but in the past one year its members don’t look happy and allege that there is no in-party democracy. So, they are willing to change sides by joining other political parties.


Kejriwals' habit of protesting over everything: AAP chief has this habit of protesting against everything he thinks is inappropriate and that is why he has earned epithet of agitationist politician. People like development rather than agitation.


Not to forget AAP's performance in 2014 LS elections: AAP claimed to win 100 seats but it managed to bag only four seats in the Lok Sabha elections. This was a reality check for Kejriwal... He lost miserably against PM Modi from Varanasi seat. And India has still not forgotten all those things.


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