Indian politics is witnessing a lot of interesting times since last ~3 years. The nation that many people believe will become a superpower in the next few years is now heading towards one of the most interesting and important polls of our times. These elections are going to be important in the international politics as well; because the world and world economy itself needs a better distribution of power. A new party has emerged out of the anti-corruption movement that Mr. Anna Hazare started, demanding the 'Lokpal Bill' - the bill that would help checking the rampant corruption that's affecting lives of all the people in India. The birth of Aam Aadmi Party itself has been very interesting. Formed by people who publicly said that they'll never form a political party formed a party and fought elections. They even surprised everyone in the Delhi Elections of 2013 by becoming the second biggest seat grabbers. Now they are rolling up their sleeves for the general elections of 2014 and want to contest for a major share of seats in the parliament. I've seen a LOT of young people getting attracted by the party and supporting the Aam Aadmi Party and I think it's important for us to try and make sense out of what's happening in Indian politics. This discussion is all about discussing the Aam Aadmi Party, their politics and the role they're going to play in coming elections. Note: Please be as descriptive as you can while expressing your thoughts. One word, one sentence or meaningless responses will be removed. PS: Respect each other beliefs and political inclinations. No personal bashing. Period.