Kejriwal, the master of U-turns


If an award created for maximum U-turn turn taker in the world, the award will definitely go to the AAP national convener and Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal who did not leave any stone unturned for taking u-turns.

Arvind Kejriwal’s name hit the headlines when he was in the team of Anna Hazare during the movement India Against Corruption at Jantar Mantar. The movement stressed on the successful implementation of Jan Lok Pal Bill. Anna Hazare had cleared his vision that he would continue his agitation but Kejriwal who echoed Anna’s word later changed his mind and stated that the participatory politics was the only solution for the implementation of the bill.

The first u-turn started when he gave the idea of floating a politics outfit for the participatory politics. Anna disbanded the movement and finally Kejriwal formed his party and became the supremo of new outfit Aam Aadmi Party.

After forming the party, he told that he had no aspirations to contest elections and becoming the Chief Minister of Delhi. He even contested the elections and took oath as Chief Minister of Delhi. After the maiden assembly elections, the AAP supremo told that the party would not take the support of any party for forming the government in Delhi but the party took the support of Congress and formed the government in Delhi.

In 2014, the Chief Minister of Delhi told that he was not interested in contesting the general elections but he contested the election from Varanasi against Narendra Modi.

Earlier, Kejriwal had ample evidence against the then chief minister of Delhi Sheila Dixit. When he took the reins of Delhi as Chief Minister he remained silent and did not take any actions against the former CM Sheila Dixit.

The AAP supremo in a span of three years has taken so many u-turns. He is touring in Punjab and now he told that he will stay in Punjab. Earlier, he told that he would not leave Delhi but he left Delhi and the public in the lurch and working hard to attain his political ambition in Punjab.


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