Ever So Diligent In Raking Up Drama, Arvind Kejriwal Confuses Noise With Actions!

Arvind Kejriwal, the L’Enfant terrible of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), has a thing for skirmishes. He loves to start a fight, but scoot to safety the moment his opponent challenges him to come into the ring. Recently, Twitteratti had a field day when the Delhi Chief Minister locked horns with Punjab heavyweight Amarinder Singh, the state Congress head.

A day after Kejriwal launched his party’s election trade manifesto in Punjab, Twitter exploded with a bitter verbal duel between the AAP leader and Singh. While both the politicos hurled insults at each other, Amarinder Singh challenged the Delhi CM for an open debate. Kejriwal’s AAP has been leaving no stone unturned to familiarize Punjab’s masses with the party. They have taken on sensitive issues like drug abuse in Punjab, and hope to turn it against the leading government run by BJP-backed Akali Dal.

But when cornered into getting onto a duel to debate about the issues of Punjab, the AAP chief chickened out, and how! Not someone who likes being told what to do, Kejriwal picked up the tactic that people with lack of courage usually do: offense being the best defense. He said the usual mumbo-jumbo of being ready for a duel, but, ONLY with Sonia Gandhi or Rahul Gandhi, Congress brass, and Singh’s party superiors.

Like, really? So Kejriwal thinks he is a national leader, and it’s beneath his stature to involve in a debate with a regional political leader like Amarinder Singh? So much for flaunting himself to be an “aam aadmi’s” leader. Why these double standards, Mr CM? No problems whatsoever in dreaming big, but why this conceited superiority complex?

Assembly polls in Punjab are just few months away, and AAP has announced that it will win majority. May be it will. But then Amarinder might be in the Opposition. Would Arvind Kejriwal then shake his head like a spoilt brat, refusing to speak to Singh? I don’t think so!

Kejriwal can’t be forever acting like a passive bully, only showing an uncanny bravado in taking on political heavyweights on the digital space. Kejriwal has been crying hoarse in a bid to gain some reaction from Modi. An attention-seeker, he has been saying the nastiest things about Prime Minister Narendra Modi for quite some time now. It’s another thing that the PM has refused to acknowledge any of his childish foul accusations.

And now, by refusing to talk to Amarinder Singh, Kejriwal has proved how much in awe he is of PM Modi.  The Delhi CM might not admit it, but Narendra Modi is his alter ego. The PM is everything that Kejriwal is not, and in denying to talk to a “smaller leader”, Kejriwal has emulated Modi.

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With Tall Promises and Falling short of practice, AAP’s Former Leader Yogender Yadav blames Kejriwal for putting foot in his own mouth!

In response to the arrest of AAP’s legislator and Gujarat’s in charge, MLA Gulab Singh Yadav, AAP’s former MLA Yogender singh points finger at the AAP’s behavior to be held responsible for such harsh reactions.

With tall promises of bringing alternative politics, AAP has proven to be a party of failures in the wake of its running tenure, and has turned out to be no different than any other party

Although, current swaraj india’s leader conceded that Delhi police and Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung are out to catch and victimize the party yet, the actions of AAP MLA’s have time and again given more and more opportunities to the center and L-G to target them.

“On the one hand both Delhi Police and the LG are out to catch and victimize AAP MLAs and if they were to apply the same criteria I think half of the BJP MPs should also be in jail right now. At the same time it is true that the conduct of these MLAs has given the opportunity for the BJP and the Central Government to intervene and that should worry us. It should worry us that the central government is out to victimize the state party,” Yadav said

The Matiala legislator was arrested in connection with an extortion case against his aides after he turned himself in before the Gujarat Police on Sunday. He was arrested hours before the party national convener Arvind Kejriwal’s maiden rally in Surat. Kejriwal said the arrest of the Singh, facing a non-bailable warrant, was intended to “scuttle” his rally and accused the BJP president Amit Shah of “trying to disrupt his Surat programme”.

Rumors, Disagreements And More, The Aap Shakes Yet Again With The Release Of 3rd Candidate List

Gearing up for the battle for Punjab next year, the aam admi party overcomes an another requisite of the battle by releasing the third list of candidates on last Friday. With distribution of 29 tickets, the list included some turncoats, professional, first timers and young gun. However, not learned enough from it’s past mistakes aap doesn’t fail to disappoint many in the wake this announcement.

The party yet again party witness a rebellion by volunteers, with more than 200 volunteers metting at Adampur raising their voice against the candidature of Hans Raj Rana. In the spirit of expressing their disagreement, a 11 member committee was formed by, Dr Ravi Kumar, former excise and taxation officer SS Dhure and retired principal Harnek Singh, to talk to the party high command to replace Rana as a candidate.

“Rana is an outsider and is having no local links. He has been preferred over the volunteers, who had been working relentlessly for the past two years. It’s very unfortunate,” an aspirant told HT.

With bringing light to Rana’s prior involvement with bjp in 2012 assembly polls, members of the party raised question on his credibility. While another ticket given to Amarjit Thind, a 34 year old doctor in Shahkot also didn’t bode well with the party members as well. Senior leader  Col CD Kamboj (retd), who had left the Congress last year to join the AAP. Sources close to Kamboj said he was miffed with the selection of the candidate and has conveyed his resentment to the party high command. Sources said Kamboj, who was last week announced as vice-president of the AAP, has been promised suitable post in case the party comes to power in Punjab.

“But he has categorically told the party high-ups that his first desire was to serve the people by getting elected as an MLA. He is likely to take a few more days to take the final call,” said a leader close to Kamboj. Kamboj refused to comment on the issue.

Insipite of AAP MP Bhagwant Mann supporting the bandwagon disappointed tickets aspirants and leveling with the, there still exist party members who didn’t deter from their stand of bearing the brunt of injustice. party ticket aspirant Satpal Singla accused AAP candidate Nazar Singh Manshahia. Singla, a founding member of the party, of indulging in financial irregularities when he served in the Punjab Pollution Control Board and reasoned this behind his premature retirement from the department. Manshahiya denied the allegations saying Singla was telling lies.

From being a front face of creating an illusion of trust, faith, equity and formost unity, AAP has time and again fallen short on keeping their mission intact whether it’s within the party or outside. And now with a bag full non-impressed members, Seems like all AAP is heading in this poll, for a battle amongst themselves more than the opposition itself.

AAP Candidate Gets A Restraining Order For Allegedly Stalking Canadian Woman

 

Another one under the radar, Dev Mann, aap’s, SC/ST cell candidate for 2017’s Punjab assembly candidate is allegedly accused of stalking a Canada-based woman for making advances towards her following which she had to get a restraining order issued against him.

Speaking to a news channel, the woman, who hails from Pakistan, alleged that she met Mann at an event in Canada a few years ago and he sought a work-related appointment with her. However, when they met, she claimed, Mann made advances towards her. She said she escaped unharmed, but Mann continued to stalk her by repeatedly making phone calls.

Mann, who is contesting from Nabha and is the Punjab-in-charge of party’s SC/ST cell, however, rubbished the allegations and claiming that the woman had made the statement on directions by the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD). He further on added that he has been visiting Canada since 2000 and was working there on a work permit since 2006, but never faced any such allegation during his stay there.

However, after being announced AAP candidate for Punjab assembly elections, he became a target of SAD. Mann’s delusional self blamed two Canada-based Indians, Yash Sharma and Jassi Jasraj, of defaming him on SAD directions. “The overwhelming response that AAP is getting in Punjab has forced SAD and Congress to spread rumors about AAP workers and leaders. The Dalit voter has shifted to AAP in Punjab. I am being tarfetted because I am the head of AAP’s SC/ST cell. Allegations like this will be repeated in future as well, but I will not bow down. I will continue my work,” Mann added.

Over the recent times, it has become a usual norm for AAP leaders to victimize themselves whilst accusing their opponents, apparently everyone’s out to get them and tarnish them however, with each case coming forward the game is getting too old for public eye.

Kejriwal’s crazy idea to install CCTVs in classrooms

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Earlier AAP proposed 15 lakh cameras, but failed to provide the facility

The installation of the 15 lakh CCTV cameras in Delhi for women security was the main agenda of AAP party and it was also mentioned in the party’s manifesto. However, the crazy Kejriwal’s regime failed to fulfil the promise as it is too much costly.

But now the ruling AAP government again proposed the installation of CCTVs in the classrooms of government schools. In the second budget, the Deputy of Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia made the announcement during his budget speech.

CCTV cameras in public schools will improve education, foolish Sisodia

The ruling government of AAP boasted that the government want to make the public schools better than private schools.

According to Sisodia, a budget Rs. 100 crore has been allotted for the installation of CCTVs in each classroom of every school, Sisodia said. “We want to make public schools better than private schools,” he said

How come the move would enhance the level of education in government schools? The quality of education can be improved in Delhi only by filling the vacant posts of teachers in government schools. The government has preferred to spend Rs 100 crore on the installation of CCTV camera. It shows the craziness of Delhi CM and his deputy.

The government should fill the backlog of vacant seats of teachers in government schools instead of introducing such a foolish concept. The students need books, proper infrastructure and teachers.

Kejriwal had promised 15 lakh CCTV cameras but failed to do

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In the party manifesto, the AAP supremo had promised to install 15 lakh CCTV cameras in Delhi but nothing has been done so far in this regard by AAP regime.

Kejriwal had said “Over 10-15 lakh CCTV cameras will be installed across Delhi.” The foolish politician had given his statement in haste without considering any logical fact. Even in the developed countries, no city has number of cameras which Kejriwal mentioned in his party manifesto.

Reference:

http://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/5-points-from-the-aap-manifesto-that-bjp-fans-might-find-hard-to-believe-230125.html

 

Nose-diving popularity chart of Aam Aadmi Party

“Winds of change already seem to blowing strong against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). AAP rose high like a bubble but weighed down under its own contradiction, the bubble is going to get burst soon.”

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Unfulfilled pre-poll promises, internal feud and dictatorship style leadership of party supremo Arvind Kejriwal are the reasons behind nose-diving popularity chart of Aam Aadmi Party. AAP to public fore with a promise of offering clean & alternative politics, but it completely failed to make any impression.

Arvind Kejriwal was perceived an agent of positive & constrictive change and Indian voters voted for AAP in hope for ‘change’. But to their utter disbelief, Kejriwal appeared to be a power hungary leader and his party reduced to a junkyard of disgruntled leaders who had joined AAP after failing to get ticket from any other major party.

Crusader of anti-corruption drive

Aam Aadmi Party was born out of Anna Hazare’s anti-corruption movement in 2012. Kejriwal came to power with a promise of eradicating corruption from roots but in contrast, in his first year of governance as CM, scams worth thousands of crores marred the government functioning. From onion to sugar, from auto permit to CNG sticker, AAP made news for all the wrong reasons. No state government in the state would have witnessed corruption at such a massive level in mere one year.

Arvind Kejriwal’s single point agenda of fighting corruption made him CM of Delhi but getting backfired, this plank proved to be the major setback for him. Corruption changes exposed his ministers and other officials demanding bribe and CBI raids in his office further dented his public image and showed his true colors.

Drift from party’s fouding principle

It must be noted here that AAP came to fore with its basic tenets of ‘Swaraj’, transparency and democratization. But drifting from its founding principles, the party started working in completely autocratic style. It can be gauged by the fact that the party expelled its founding members, Yogendra Yadav & Prashant Bhushan immidietely after reigning power in Delhi. It was meant to represent people’s voice but ironically there is no democracy within the party and it is marred by autocracy and dictatorship style of functioning.

Leaving Khatakar Kalan, AAP campaigns at ‘Deras’ of Punjab

“AAP always talked about bringing out a ‘revolution’ and associated their style of politics with Bhagat Singh’s ideology. But, leaving Khatakar Kalan, AAP has been regularly camping at ‘deras’ to gain on vote bank politics.”

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The foundation of the AAP’s brand of politics was rooted in the ideology of Bhagat Singh, or that is what the party tried hard to project. No wonder much of AAP’s politics and campaigns were centered on Khatkar Kalan (Bhagat Singh’s ancestral village) for the past many years. But, ironically this year on ‘Martyr’s Day’ (March 23, when Bhagat Singh was hanged to death in 1931), none of the AAP leaders paid a visit to Khatakar Kalan.

Succumbing to Dera Politics

AAP has been nurturing the dream of winning Punjab polls since general elections in 2014. Now, ahead of polls they are leaving no stone unturned to make an impression. With lack of political base or leadership in state, AAP has realized that they won’t be able to any headway in state. In this scenario, they are now trying to milk the huge vote bank of various ‘deras’ of Punjab.

It must be noted here that last visit of AAP supremo, Arvind Kejriwal’s last dinner was centered around various ‘deras’ of Punjab.

Much hyped campaign launch at Khatkar Kalan

On March 23, 2015, AAP launched it over hyped, ‘Punjab against Corruption’ campaign. The campaign was launched by national executive member Naveen Jaihind at Khatkar Kalan, followed by a rally in Jalandhar. The rally proved only eyewash, which failed to make any noise. AAP seem to have appropriated the ideology of Bhagat Singh for their own vested interests but failed to make a mark.

While Kejriwal completely skipped Khatkar Kalan on his recent two visits to the state, on top of that, his visits to the ‘deras’ sent signals of the AAP’s tilt to ‘dera’ and caste-based politics.