So the history has been written. The two-year old political start-up has reclaimed Delhi with a thumping majority. For a lot of analysts, it was restoration of democracy in India while others saw the beginning of reactionary democracy in India. Delhi showed that it can no more be fooled in the name of caste, religion or other petty considerations. This victory stands for the inaugural of positive and issue-based politics in India. The enormous oath ceremony held in the historical Ramlila Maidan reflected the aspirations that common man has from the new sarkar, and on the other hand Arvind Kejriwal’s words on Valentine’s Day reaffirmed AAP’s relationship status of deep commitment with Delhi. While the political pundits are busy analyzing the causes of this landslide win, AAP government has already started its journey towards fulfilling the electoral promises. Now the valid concern of a lot of us is the lack of opposition in the Delhi Assembly due to one-sided electorate mandate of Dilli’s junta. As Lord Acton said “Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” And thus there is a constant fear of arrogance and power entering in the head of newly elected MLAs. So a few of us decided to start a daily blog to keep a strict watch on AAP government in Delhi. The idea is to play an active role in the democracy and explore the possibilities of alternative politics which was envisioned by Aam Aadmi Party. We would be humbled by your contribution in the form of suggestions or comments.