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“Contradiction In AAP's Policy To Get Apparent”

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January 23: Last week has seen a sharp turnaround in opinion surrounding the actions of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). From criticism over AAP’s dharna in Delhi, to lack of clarity from the party on major policy issues. Cambridge University’s Political Historian Shruti Kapila believes that the AAP is in for difficult days ahead.