A mixed bag awaits AAP in Elections 2014, foretell the stars
Mumbai: A string of corruptions scandals in the central government led to the formation of India Against Corruption, spearheaded by activists like Anna Hazare and Arvind Kejriwal, who had been demanding a Jan Lokpal Bill to root out corruption in the country. The movement attracted unprecedented crowds and support from people all over India who were fed up of corruption in every walk of life.
However, Hazare and Kejriwal soon developed differences over whether to politicise the issue. While Hazare preferred to stay out of the power and government, the firebrand Kejriwal decided to enter politics, trying his bit to root out corruption from inside.
He formally launched his political party named Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in November 2012. The party's first test came in the 2013 Delhi Assembly Elections, from which it emerged as the second-largest party, winning 28 of the 70 seats. With no party obtaining an overall majority, the AAP formed a minority government with conditional support from the Congress, but quit after just 50 days in government, finding it difficult to govern without a clear majority.
Initially known to probably sit out the 16th Lok Sabha Elections, AAP changed its stance, and came back fiercer. Now they are gunning for the Lok Sabha Elections, with the Party leader Kejriwal deciding to take BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi head-on in Varanasi constituency. Ganesha feels that the party may harm the interests of both BJP and Congress, but only in certain pockets.
Name of the Party - Aam Admi Party (AAP)
Party's Formation Details - 26th November 2012
Aam Aadmi Party's Formation Chart
Stars Speak (Astrological Factors)
The Party Formation Chart suggests that AAP is passing through the Venus Mahadasha and Venus Bhukti. Venus is strong in the 10th House in the Formation Chart, but is in the star of Rahu.
Also, the transiting Saturn and Rahu are passing through the 10th House in the Formation Chart, which may not augur well for the Party and its prospects during LS Elections 2014.
The forthcoming eclipses in April may also have an adverse impact on the AAP's prospects in the Lok Sabha Elections 2014.
Prediction (Astrological Analysis)
After a stellar performance in the Delhi Assembly Elections, the Aam Admi Party is trying hard to take on the bigwigs of other parties in the 2014 General Elections. However, it will be difficult for them to create the desired impact at the national level. Though their numbers are growing, the party's popularity will steadily decline.
AAP's leadership will be left with mixed feelings, stars suggest, as they will be able to win some seats, but some of their prominent leaders may face defeats.
Dissatisfaction with and within the party will rise, and cynicism will increase in the middle and upper classes towards AAP leaders. However, AAP still looks set to enjoy some support, and will have a significant impact on some LS seats.
After having to quit the Delhi government, the AAP may be down, but not out. The stars suggest that the Party may eat into the traditional Congress votes, and may also damage the prospects of some of the BJP candidates in the LS Polls 2014.