Barely a week after they took over the government in Delhi, the Aam Aadmi Party has announced its plans to go national. The ambitious party aims to contest at least 300 seats from up to 20 states. The Congress argues that the AAP is well-intentioned but their policies are poorly thought out while the BJP calls the AAP-Congress arrangement in the capital a betrayal of the electorate. But with Delhiites still waiting for Arvind Kejriwal to fulfil his poll promises and party leaders admitting that they may not be up to the Lok Sabha challenge, is the Aam Aadmi Party moving too quickly? We discuss.