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Shashi Vardhan
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Dear Shashi Vardhan,

We wish all of you a very happy Gandhi Jayanti. As we enjoy this holiday let us to take a few minutes and reflect on the ideals of Gandhiji. Volunteerism and personal sacrifice immediately come to mind. We would not have come this far but for the passion, dedication and sacrifices of our volunteers. Sections of the media have predicted a "dream debut" for AAP. We need your help to make it real this November.

Today in memory of Mahatma Gandhi and his ideals, we request you to dedicate at least an hour a day to free our country from the strangle-hold of the corrupt.



Here is how you can help.

1. Join the Citizen Calling Campaign (CCC) - a program for volunteers to call our fellow citizens in Delhi and seek their vote for AAP. Each volunteer will spend at least 1-2 hours or more every day and make at least 30 calls. Our goal is to get about 1000 vote confirmations for each volunteer. To volunteer, register here.

2. Donate generously to AAP: Our efforts at raising clean money continues unabated and we need your help to expand our donor network. We are all in this together. This is our battle and ours to lose. So let's not lose this because we didn't have the resources. Step up today and become a repeat donor.

Can we count on your support as we strive to live up to Gandhiji's ideals of volunteerism and personal sacrifice?

Jai Hind!




Team AAP





With the Delhi Elections a couple of months away, Here is how you can help AAP.













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Nai ke Sawal
 
 Sarkari Nai (Barber) ne baal kaat-te waqt Kapil Sibbal se
poochha - Saab ye Swiss bank wala kya lafda hai ?
Kapil Sibbal shouted - Abey tu baal kaat raha hai ya inquiry kar rahahai ?
 
Nai ( Barber)- Sorry saab aise hi poochh liya.
Agle din Pranab Mukerji se bal Kaat-ke waqt poojha - Saab ye kala dhan
kya hota hai ?
Pranab shouted - Tum humse ye sawaal q poochha ?
Nai - Sorry saab bas aise hi poochha liya.
 
Next day CBI interrogated the Nai - Are u an agent of Baba Ramdev ?
Nai - Nahi saab ji.
CBI - Kya tum Anna k agent ho ?
Nai - Nahi saab ji.
CBI - To tum baal kat-te waqt Congressi netaon se faltu k sawaal q  karte ho ?
 
 
Nai - Saab na jane q Swiss bank aur kale dhan k naam par in Congress
wale ke baal khade ho jate hain aur mujhko baal kaatne me aasani ho
jati hai isliye poochhta rehta hoon.

aaj "Shahid Bhagat Bhagat Singh" ka janamdin hai.

Kis Kis ko pata tha.Reply

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I won candy on the #googlebirthday doodle! Score: 123

Arvind Kejriwal to address two massive rallies of traders community  on Sept 13. The details of the same are as under:
 
Date: September 13, 2013
 
Time: 12 noon
Venue: Gandhi Nagar Market
 
Time: 5pm
Venue: Naraina Loha Mandi, Z-Block park
 
For any queries, contact Aswathi at 8010444002

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rally in rithala vidhan sabha with sanjay singh
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Work progress in rithala vidhan sabha
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2013-09-09
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Cicero Associates Delhi Survey

AAP opens survey data for public scrutiny, step towards transparency
 
Delhi’s political mood is swinging rapidly. Aam Aadmi Party is riding an electoral wave unprecedented in Delhi in the recent times as the ruling party has hit its lowest and the BJP is stagnating. As many as 47 per cent  of Delhiites wish to give Aam Aadmi Party a chance to form the Government, as against only 33 per cent  for the BJP, and 27 per cent  for the Congress.  While the BJP and the Congress have reached their saturation point in converting their support into votes, Aam Aadmi Party has a large head room for further growth in the next two months. Party’s leader Arvind Kejriwal is way ahead of Sheila Dikshit and Vijay Goel in Chief Ministerial popularity ranking.
 
A survey of the representative sample of Delhi’s electorate shows that Aam Aadmi Party has the largest pool of potential voters. When asked if the Aam Aadmi Party should get a chance to form the government, as many as 47 per cent respondents were favorable to the idea versus 31 per cent who were against it. For the current Congress government, only 27 percent were in favor while as many as 62 percent respondents were against giving it another chance.  In the case of the BJP too the proportion who wanted to give it a chance was just 33 percent, much less that the 52 per cent who were against it.
 
As of now, the conversion of this potential support into votes is higher for the older parties like the Congress and the BJP. Most of their potential supporters indicated that they will also vote for Congress of the BJP respectively. In the case of Aam Aadmi Party, however, its name recognition and election symbol recognition is yet to penetrate the entire population. In this survey, 14 per cent voters of Delhi did not recognize the name of Aam Aadmi Party. One-third could not identify the party’s recently acquired symbol – the broom. Once this awareness spreads further, the Aam Aadmi Party has considerable space to convert it supporters into voters. Given its growth rate, it can convert much more than the current ratio of a little over half of its potential support of 47 per cent into voters.
 
If elections were held in the last week of August when this survey was carried out, the BJP would have secured 31 per cent votes, followed by Aam Aadmi Party with 27 per cent and the Congress with 26 per cent. This indicates a dramatic shift in political fortunes in the last six months. Since the first round of this survey in February, the Congress has lost 9 percentage points; BJP has lost 4 percentage points; while AAP has registered a significant swing of 13 percentage points in its favor.  If the same trend continues in the next two months, the AAP can emerge a clear winner. A further loss of 4 points for the Congress and 2 points for the BJP is all that it would take for AAP to surge ahead and win majority of seats in the assembly. Usually electoral waves tend to intensify closer to the elections; in such a situation the broom could truly sweep Delhi’s polls.
 
The biggest strength of Aam Aadmi Party is that Arvind Kejriwal is way ahead of other contenders in the Chief Ministerial race.  When given a choice among three leading contenders, 41 percent preferred Arvind Kejriwal as the next CM, followed by 20 percent for Shiela Dikshit and 14 percent for Vijay Goel.   This reflects a significant surge in Arvind Kejriwal’s popularity in the last six months. Unlike the other two, his popularity level is higher than the vote share for his party and can serve as a lever to pull the party’s performance. His name is now recognized by 90 per cent of Delhi’s population.
 
AAP has higher than average vote among migrants from UP and Haryana, Delhi’s rural belt and residents of unauthorized and resettlement colonies.  Its performance is the strongest among young voters between the age of 25-35 years, and among the poor and the very poor. It has emerged as a serious challenger to the Congress among Muslim and Dalit voters and to the BJP among the Sikhs. Its potential among senior citizens and migrants from Punjab is as yet under-achieved.
 
This survey was conducted in the last week of August by Cicero Associates, a Delhi based public opinion and political consultancy firm and was overseen by its Director Mr. Dhananjai Joshi. The objective of this survey was to update all the key findings of the first round of survey conducted by Cicero Associates for AAP in February 2013.  The second wave of the survey followed the same design as the first. A total of 3310 respondents were interviewed in the first wave, while 3325 were interviewed in the second wave.  The respondents were scientifically selected from the electoral rolls of 175 polling booths spread across 35 Assembly Constituencies.  All Assembly Constituencies, Polling Booths and respondents were sampled using the Systematic Random Sampling Technique. Selective substitution of 9 percent was permitted under strict protocols.  All interviews were conducted face-to-face using a standard-structured questionnaire and a dummy ballot was used for voting questions.
 
In keeping with its philosophy of transparency in public life, Aam Aadmi Party invites all those who wish to check the survey for its authenticity. We call upon other political parties and media houses that are releasing opinion poll based projections to practice the same degree of transparency and open their raw data files and questionnaire for public scrutiny and examination.

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Dear Users,

We are happy to report that thanks to your donations we have successfully raised close to 6.5 crores to-date. Your passion and commitment to AAP's success is both encouraging and humbling. Thank you, again.
Here is a quick update on our online donation facilities.

1. We have started a support page where you can see our needs and you can contribute accordingly.
2. ICICI has been added to our list of banks (with a limit of Rs. 10000 per transaction)
3. We have enabled the ability to make monthly/recurring donations to AAP.

There is no doubt that fighting an election requires both passionate followers and the financial resources for banners, pamphlets, transport, hoardings, radio ads, mass email, sms campaign, iVR, posters, CDs,etc. We need all the support we can get both financially and otherwise. We have come so far and we don't want to lose this precious momentum.

If 10 lakh supporters were to donate Rs.100 each, we are looking at 10 crores.
In a country of over a billion people this goal is easily achievable provided each of us actively carried AAP's message to our network of family and friends. I am sure you agree that this is an achievable target. So let us do the best we can to expand our donor network, and start doing it right away!

Thank you for your ongoing support and as always please spread the word among your friends and family.

Regards,

Team AAP
 

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Dear country man ,

The upcoming Delhi elections are very crucial not just for our party but for the entire country. This is not an election between two parties but between two very different ideologies: One is the same old politics of power, money & greed while the other is development, justice and peace. We can make a real change by instituting clean and accountable governance in Delhi and are confident that this will create a wave for clean governance that will permeate to every corner of the country. Hence, this is an election we cannot afford to lose.

Our party will contest all 70 assembly seats and have a real chance to implement Swaraj in all these areas. However, other parties will throw everything they have - money & muscle - to win. We have many things that they don't: passionate volunteers, committed supporters and public goodwill;  they have only one thing: Money. Our commitment to accept only clean and transparent donations may narrow our donor base and that is why we need our all our supporters to step up and support generously to win this election.

Today, we launch the "Adopt a Constituency" program to support Delhi elections. We want individuals or a team of people to step forward and volunteer to adopt one particular constituency. The objective is to make a personal connection with the candidate and volunteers in that area and support their activities. In addition, you would work to raise the required resources to fight the election in that assembly. You don't have to be in Delhi and can be anywhere in the globe to adopt a constituency.

We need to raise the legal limit of 14 Lakh rupees for each constituency to fight the elections. True, the other parties will be pouring crores of rupees for each seat but we are committed to not going over the limit but at the same time, cannot afford to raise less amount either.  So, it is imperative that we put our best effort to raise needed resources for each constituency.

Volunteers who are adopting a constituency have pledged to pour their heart and soul to ensure that the we win that seat.  We hope you will commit to be one of them to ensure new direction for our country.  If you are interested in joining, please send a mail to adopt@delhi.aamaadmiparty.org with your contact information and we will get in touch with you immediately. We will share more details of the program and specific ways you can contribute. You can also find more details here: http://delhi.aamaadmiparty.org/page/adopt-a-constituency

Please forward this mail as widely as possible to your friends and family and motivate others to join this program.

We will Fight, We will Win!

Zindabad,

Arvind

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