As the Aam Aadmi Party sweeps Delhi elections and gives to the capital city the youngest Cabinet in the country, on 'We The People', we ask: are AAP's promises realistic or over-ambitious? The party has promised cheap power, free water and 15 lakh CCTV cameras, but where is the money going to come from? We also debate: is personality politics the new reality for our netas? Does the young AAP Cabinet, with its average age just above 40, mark a generational shift in Indian politics? But why an all-male Cabinet; where is the 'aam aurat'? AAP spokesperson Raghav Chadha, BJP spokesperson Nalin Kohli, National Fellow at Indian Council of Social Science Research Professor Neera Chandhoke, Former Secretary in the Delhi Government Shakti Sinha, economist Dr Surjit Bhalla, author Ajoy Bose and newly-elected AAP MLA Sarita Singh debate whether AAP has written new rules of politics. Also joining the show are the men behind AAP's flash mobs and social media campaign: Bijender Sheoran, who worked for the BJP's campaign in 2014 and AAP campaign in 2015, and who perhaps represents the dichotomy of these elections, also joins the debate.