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Poll: Is Kejriwal's street politics justified?

January 21, 2014 16:56 IST

There seems to be no end to the confrontation between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and the Centre with the agitation by AAP members gathering steam despite rains and biting cold.

Kejriwal even threatened to continue his protest indefinitely until the demand for the suspension of Delhi Police personnel who have been accused by his administration of dereliction of duty, is met and even threatened to disrupt the Republic Day celebrations.

Even as Kejriwal continues his tirade, the political class seems to be united in slamming his confrontationist track.

While some believe that the Delhi chief Minister is making a mockery of India's democracy, others feel that Kejriwal's intentions may be noble, but the way he is going about doing things is not right.

In the light of events, we want you, our readers, to take this poll and make your stand clear on the political developments in Delhi.

Do you agree with what Arvind Kejriwal is doing in Delhi?



If Arvind Kejriwal and the AAP disrupt the Republic Parade, should



Would you vote for the AAP in the Lok Sabha election?