Despite cancelling his much-talked about 'janta darbar' which was a fiasco and the second attack on the Aam Aadmi Party by fringe Hindu group in less than a week, the Delhi chief minister remains firm on his stand of not taking security cover. But the buzz on the national platform is no less. Maharashtra saw two of its Congress MPs organise a rally to demand power cuts by their own government, a direct impact of Mr Kejriwal's power announcement in Delhi; The appointment of Sachin Pilot as Congress head in Rajasthan is being talked about as an effort to stem Mr Kejriwal's inroads on the national scene; Kumar Vishwas's visit to a Dalit home in Uttar Pradesh that Rahul Gandhi visited in 2008 and Medha Patkar offering full support to AAP. With headlines now extending beyond Delhi, has AAP rattled the national parties and politics as we know it? We discuss.