"Sarkar chala ke dikhayenge, inse achchi chala ke dikhayenge aur thok baja kar chala kar dikhayenge (We will run a government, we will do a better job and do so with elan)," said AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal

The debutant party said the process of seeking people’s views would continue till Monday evening and the results will be announced accordingly.

The meeting is being held to seek opinion of the people regarding formation of government in Delhi.

Popular mood suggests AAP should form government: Sisodia

AAP leader Manish Sisodia has said  there were indications that people of Delhi want the party to form the government but any final decision will be taken only after the result of referendum comes.

Sisodia and few other party leaders have been holding a series of public meetings to get the perception of people on whether AAP should form a government with the support of Congress.
   
"There are indications that people want AAP to form the government, but the final decision will be taken only after the result of referendum is out by Monday morning," he said

Sisodia, who won from Patparganj seat, further said it was the Congress, which came to extend their support. He added that AAP had not gone to ask for support.

After being routed in the Delhi Assembly polls, Congress had said that they would be giving unconditional support to AAP to form the government.

Congress, which won just eight seats in the 70-member Delhi Assembly, also said that they were supporting AAP just to save the people of Delhi from re-elections.

AAP had earlier said that it won't take support from or extend support to Congress or BJP to form the government. There had been difference of opinion among the newly-elected party MLAs, some of them were against forming the government with the support from Congress while some were in favour of it.

To reach to a logical conclusion, AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal had said they would go to the common men to get their views on the formation of government.



AAP asked the people of Delhi to give their verdict through SMS, IVRS and email. The debutant party is also holding public meetings to get the views of people of Delhi on the issue.

Meanwhile, AAP as per latest reports has received a total of 6.25 lakh responses through SMS, IVRS and email on the issue of formation of government.

"Till now, we have received around 6.25 lakh opinion on the government formation issue since we have opened our lines on Tuesday evening," said Dilip Pandey, who handles party's web-based services.

A survey by ABP News-Nielsen has indicated that 80 percent of the voters in Delhi want AAP to form the government.

AAP, which is carrying out a referendum to get ‘a sense of what the people want’, is expected to announce its decision on Monday
The Delhi polls threw up a fractured mandate with no party securing majority in the 70-member Assembly.

BJP, along with its ally Akali Dal’s one seat, has 32 MLAs in the 70-member House while AAP has got 28 seats followed by Congress that won eight seats. Janata Dal-United has won one seat while the Mundka seat had gone to an Independent.

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New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Sisodia has said  there were indications that people of Delhi want the party to form the government but any final decision will be taken only after the result of referendum comes.

         

Sisodia and few other party leaders have been holding a series of public meetings to get the perception of people on whether AAP should form a government with the support of Congress.

         

"There are indications that people want AAP to form the government, but the final decision will be take only after the result of referendum is out by Monday morning," he said

 

Sisodia, who won from Patparganj seat, further said it was the Congress, which came to extend their support. He added that AAP had not gone to ask for support.

 

After being routed in the Delhi Assembly polls, Congress had said that they would be giving unconditional support to AAP to form the government.

 

Congress, which won just eight seats in the 70-member Delhi Assembly, also said that they were supporting AAP just to save the people of Delhi from re-elections.

 

AAP had earlier said that it won't take support from or extend support to Congress or BJP to form the government. There had been difference of opinion among the newly-elected party MLAs, some of them were against forming the government with the support from Congress while some were in favour of it.

 

To reach to a logical conclusion, AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal had said they would go to the common man to get their views on the formation of government.

 

AAP asked the people of Delhi to give their verdict through SMS, IVRS and email. The debutant party is holding public meetings to the views of people of Delhi on the issue.

 

Meanwhile, AAP as per latest reports has received a total of 6.25 lakh responses through SMS, IVRS and email on the issue of formation of government.

 

"Till now, we have received around 6.25 lakh opinion on the government formation issue since we have opened our lines on Tuesday evening," said Dilip Pandey, who handles party's web-based services.

 

A survey by ABP News-Nielsen has indicated that 80 percent of the voters in Delhi want AAP to form the government.

 

AAP, which is carrying out a referendum to get ‘a sense of what the people want’, is expected to announce its decision on Monday

The Delhi polls threw up a fractured mandate with no party securing majority in the 70-member Assembly.

BJP, along with its ally Akali Dal’s one seat, has 32 MLAs in the 70-member House while
AAP has got 28 seats followed by Congress that won eight seats. Janata Dal-United has won one seat while the Mundka seat had gone to an Independent.