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Delhi unit of Peace Party merges into AAP

Friday, January 30
With each passing day, more and more political activists are coming forward to the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi to contribute to the party’s growing wave in the national capital ahead of the February 7 assembly elections.
On Friday, the Delhi state unit of Peace Party of India announced its merger into the AAP in presence of party leaders Sanjay Singh and Dilip Pandey. Delhi state unit president of the Peace Party, Master Sher Mohammad Khan led around 300 workers, including top office bearers, in joining the AAP at its New Delhi office. 
Among those who joined the AAP on Friday were – Nazakat Ali state general secretary, Fakruddin Saifi state vice-president, advocate Brij Kishore general secretary of the UP state unit and Habib Malik from Delhi state committee.
Peace Party candidates who had contested the 2013 assembly elections of Delhi pledged their support to the AAP candidates, particularly in East and North-East Delhi.     
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Citizens March for Peace, Justice and Democracy held in Delhi People’s movements pledge to struggle against attacks on Gandhi’s values by ruling forces Collective protest against Land Ordinance on 24th February, 2014
“When I despair, I remember that all through history the ways of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants, and murderers, and for a time they can seem invincible, but in the end they always fall. Think of it—always”- M.K. Gandhi 30th January 2015, New Delhi: A march was undertaken by citizens and people’s movements to remind the present political regime how the actions taken by them in the name of ‘development’ are  murdering Gandhi’s ideals of truth, peace, justice and democracy. On one hand, majoritarian politics of hate and intolerance is increasing communal divide in the country and on the other hand, the neo-liberal economicagenda and corporate loot are snatching away hard earned laws, rights and precious resources from the people. One after the other, ord…