Supporters of the newly formed Aam Aadmi (Common Man) Party (AAP) hold brooms, the party's symbol, during a public meeting addressed by AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal (not pictured) in New Delhi, in this ... more 
Supporters of the newly formed Aam Aadmi (Common Man) Party (AAP) hold brooms, the party's symbol, during a public meeting addressed by AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal (not pictured) in New Delhi, in this September 30, 2013 file picture. The AAP, which promises transparent political funding instead of bags stuffed with cash and candidates without criminal records in a nation where a third of lawmakers stand accused of crimes, may not have enough momentum to win in Delhi. But a strong showing in its first electoral outing would be an alarming bellwether for the two big national parties on the cusp of a general election, underlining that voters are fed up with old-style politicians and their failure to deliver basic services, from clean drinking water to safer streets for women. Kejriwal is now more popular than any of his rivals vying to become chief minister of a city of 18 million. To match story INDIA-POLITICS/ REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal/Files (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) less 
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