Kejriwal shown black flags in Faridabad

Ahead of Arvind Kejriwal arrival at the point from where AAP was to start its road show today in sector 37 market of Faridabad city, black flags were waved by a group of people.

Shouting slogans against the party, the men accused party of shirking responsibilities by resigning within just 49 days which was brought to power on a promise of clean and corruption free governance.

One of the men admitted to be BJP worker and said he protested as part of group of dissatisfied aam aadmi (common man).

The AAP alleged that the protest was sponsored by the BJP.

"These people are from the BJP, we even recognize half of them," said Purushottam Dagar, AAP's candidate from Faridabad.

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convenor and former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal is on a two day tour of Haryana on March 22-23. He is campaigning for the AAP candidates of Faridabad and Gurgaon Lok Sabha constituencies, Purushotam Dagar and Yogendra Yadav, respectively.

Mamata claims Modi wave fake

In an oblique reference to Modi, Mamata yesterday said people may be chanting NaMo NaMo but the game is not easy as it appears.

In a meeting of party workers at Pailan in South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, Mamata said she saw BJP even before coming to power. Some of BJP members are talking as if their Prime Ministerial candidate has already won. She said the game is not so easy. She cannot accept that BJP will come to power just because everybody says so.

Instead, she believes it is the Federal Front's turn to run the country's politics.

Mamata asked where from BJP would get numbers. It is not in power in Odisha, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Bengal, Punjab and many other states. As the days go by, the math will become cloudy. This time, no BJP, no Congress, the Federal Front will run the politics of the country.

This was the first time when Mamata attacked Modi and his party.