Shattering the dreams of creating another history in 2013 in Delhi, the AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) outperformed in Delhi assembly elections. The congress high command as well as BJP showing full confidence in their victory before and after the elections, had never anticipated that recently made AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) party will create unexpected problems for the parties that ruled the people of Delhi for more than 50 years, either being in power or in opposition.
This is a very critical time for the parties to think about what kind of change people want; and this time they must respect and honor their votes and thoughts because new generation is thinking completely opposite from their parents and grandparents. They are not happy with the constructions of short-lived roads, highways, and other types of lollypops they want basic changes in leadership, who can understand their feelings, emotions and future prospects.
AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) campaigned for a clear and honest leadership that is free from corruption, bureaucracy, dictatorships etc, even though the Congress presented itself as a developer and well-wisher for the people of Delhi. The concepts, ideas and shows that were brought to public were not accepted by the people as these things would be been implemented decades ago.
2013 assembly election in Delhi was fought on the basis of different issues but due to the absence of core issues and problems, voters were not satisfied.
But, what is clear is 2013 Delhi assembly elections is a clear indications to learn something new for Congress and BJP and an new opportunity for AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) because it can do better than this time in near future if really wants to prove itself once again in 2014 Lok Sabha elections.