Consider the way the AAP’s fortunes plummeted after its spectacular show in 2013. It had won 28 of the 70 seats in its debut election in Delhi then and was second to the BJP’s 31, while the ruling Congress was routed and could win only eight seats. However, the AAP’s aspirations of stopping the BJP’s vote line in last summer’s general elections failed miserably and the most honest and anti-establishment party could not win a single seat from Delhi and win just four Lok Sabha seats from Punjab. It shows people are changing their moods accordingly. As the elections are heating up in Delhi, the political parties are coming up with their latest interviews and the comments, making tall poll promises. The BJP is banking on the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi while its main challenger AAP has projected its supremo Arvind Kejriwal as the CM.