The Rise of India's Religious Left

Source: Wikimedia Commons In 2020, the Indian National Congress, the political party most responsible for India’s independence, took a battering in Delhi’s local elections winning a total of zero seats. Just 7 years ago, however, things were different. The Congress reigned in Delhi and former Chief Minister, Sheila Dixit, had taken the party to three consecutive wins. Congress, rendered largely ineffectual in Delhi, has been replaced by another left leaning party. Arvind Kejriwal, current Chief Minister, is the leader of the Aam Aadmi (Common Man) Party that was best able to take advantage of the Congress’ collapse. Kejriwal’s party won 63 of the 70 seats in Delhi and is set to become a more

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