AAP indulging in nepotism: Direct, indirect benefits to party workers

“Contrary to its claims of offering clean and alternative politics, Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been indulging in nepotism and favouring its leaders and party workers for their personal gains.”

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 Born out of Anna Hazare led movement against corruption, Aam Aadmi Party led by Arvind Kejriwal was committed to eradicate corruption from roots and offer clean and alternative politics. But contrary to its claims, it proved to be like any other rusted political party working towards its personal gains. Immediately after taking charge of the Delhi government, the AAP ministers started getting involved in scams and corruption cases one after another. While all their tall promises proved to be poll plank, majority of the scheme initiated by AAP government was meant to benefits its ‘Netas’ and party workers.

Misuse of government money

While AAP government’s much hyped mohalla clinic failed to evoke any positive response from the citizens of Delhi as their functioning was affected by the non-availability of medicine and other equipment. Blatant misuse of government machinery has surfaced through these mohalla clinics as it was surfaced that majority of the clinics came up on the properties owned by AAP members.

Violation of the government norm

Due process was not followed while selecting the properties and this was yet another exercise to benefit its own people. AAP government claims to be working for the welfare of poor and downtrodden people but actually it was meant to reward its own party workers. While the whole exercise has proved to be a complete failure due to non-functioning of much hyped mohalla clinics, the opening of these clinics only benefitted the people associated with Aam Aadmi Party.

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