“The Phones Of Judges Are Being Tapped” Says Kejriwal, Center Denies Allegations

Arvind Kejriwal enjoys teasing and ruffling Narendra Modi’s feathers. It’s almost like the Prime Minister completes him, making his life purposeful.

Addressing the golden jubilee celebrations of Delhi High Court in the presence of Modi, among other dignitaries, the Delhi chief minister set off a bombshell when he alleged that the phones of judges are being tapped. It forced Law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to fervently deny the unsubstantiated claims.

Kejriwal conceded he’s not sure whether there is any truth in it, but nevertheless went forward and created an atmosphere of panic and unrest. These are serious allegations, and unless validated with evidence, shouldn’t have been made public. Perhaps, his desire to create a perception of problems for Modi outweighs the need to maintain good sense.

It was a good strategy, though, timed to perfection. On Friday, Supreme Court chief justice, TS Thakur, had come down heavily on the Centre for not appointing High Court judges despite recommendations made by the Collegium. It was a scathing rap that shook the Modi-led NDA. It was also an embarrassment of sorts because the counter argument by the Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for the Centre, had little logic. The Government ought to have done better.

By leveling the charges of phone-tapping of judges, Kejriwal attempted to further question the intentions of the Government with regard to India’s judiciary. An atmosphere of speculative fear that would arise now could alienate Modi from the justice system.

Perhaps, these allegations should be taken seriously and Kejriwal should be asked to substantiate his claims. Taking the responsibility of making such serious charges, he ought to provide some specific details about the murmurs he claims to have heard in the company of honorable judges. Otherwise, it will only embolden people like Kejriwal to continue to make baseless accusations, based on hearsay.


Kejriwal Yet Again Accuses Prime Minister Modi’s “Hand In Glove” With Power Distribution Companies

Resorting to his good old ways, once again Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal attacks Lt Governor and the Centre while accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of instructing LG Najeeb Jung to cancel the AAP government’s order to make discoms pay compensation to consumers for unscheduled power cuts and further may turn down the government’s power-subsidy decision and minimum wages proposal.

Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) had, in April passed an order, asking power distribution companies to compensate consumers for unscheduled power cuts extending up to two hours in the national capital.

Addressing a gathering at North West Delhi’s Najafgarh area, Kejriwal expressed that the power situation would have been better in Delhi but Modi has not let that happen. He had also claimed yesterday that LG Najeeb Jung has sought the file related to power subsidy on the instructions of the Prime Minister, even as he cautioned against a hike in power tariff in the city.

“We had passed an order under which discoms would have to compensate consumers for unscheduled power cuts. They were bound to pay a penalty of Rs 100 for power cut for every hour.

“15 days ago, LG sahab called the file pertaining to this matter and cancelled this order. Modi is hand-in-glove with power companies. Why Modi ji needed to turn down this order?” Kejriwal said.

He went further on to express his apprehension that his government’s proposal to increase minimum wages by up to 50 per cent could be shot down by Jung.

He asked the people to “gherao the Prime Minister and Lt Governor” if any such step is taken.

In between the function,  when protesters showed black flags to Kejriwal for failing to deliver his election poll promises which included installation of CCTV cameras, construction of 500 new school buildings, Wi-fi and regular jobs for contractual employees of DTC.

Kejriwal again dragged the Centre of not clearing the Delhi government’s proposal to regularise hundreds of unauthorised colonies in the capital.

Kejriwal insisted if the proposal is approved, such colonies will be regularised within 24 hours. “We cannot wait for Modi ji’s nod. I have directed my ministers to carry out development works in all unauthorised colonies which include construction of roads and laying of water pipelines,” he said.

Arvind Kejriwal is an Anti-National mobster

Aam Aadmi party should be banned, in order to safeguard national peace.

Kejriwal has turn out to be a devilish monster as he supports “anti-national” activities and threatens the Central government & Indian Prime Minister to face the consequence of “action” taken against the “anti-national elements.” He tweeted in support of JNU students who raised slogans against India:

“No one supports anti-national forces. But targeting innocent students using that as an excuse will prove v costly to Modi govt”.


On the one hand, Kumar Vishwas another AAP party leader urged the central government to take “unsympathetic” action against the students who raised anti-India slogans at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus and when the action was taken against anti-constitutional and anti-national elements, Kejriwal threatened the Prime Minister by saying that he will have to pay for this action. Kejriwal was never heard condemning those who raised divisive slogans. Not only this, Kejriwal stood against the orders of debarring those found guilty, from academic activities during the period of the enquiry.

People of Delhi are now sick of Arvind Kejriwal and AAP government, as it has been always seen demoralising the Delhi police when it tries to put the corrupt politicians behind the bars or punish the anti-national activists. At the end, AAP just blame the System and the central government.

Being a Chief Minister of National Capital does not give supreme power to Kejriwal to say ‘anything’ and ‘everything’ that provokes public and make the crowd angrier. By supporting anti-India slogans like “Kashmir ki Azadi tak jung chalegi”, “India ki barbadi tak jung chalegi”, Kejriwal has not just escalated the political controversy but also he has set up things for a violent episode in the coming days.

“Anti-national AAP government should be booted out of the politics for better polity”

AAP’s one year of blaming Modi government

Kejriwal is all set to present Aam Aadmi Party’s annual report card as it completes one year, not as a true government but as a government who has failed to fulfill its promises and blamed Modi all over the year. The party just had 49 days last time to blame Modi for its failures but this time it has successfully completed its one year of the blame game.


Controversies & just Controversies
Past one year, Kejriwal had been either into controversies with his own colleagues or clashes with the BJP. Be it a ugly war of words with Lt Governor Najeeb Jung or Kejriwal’s controversial TV ads or his party member’s fake degrees or “Thulla” remarks or corruption charges against it party members. As he completes one year in office, it’s time to ask what has the AAP government achieved and where has Kejriwal failed to deliver?

  • Has Kejriwal failed in fighting against corruption?
  • Is Kejriwal’s constant conflict with centre affecting its governance?
  • Was expelling leaders like Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan a mistake?
  • Did AAP pass diluted Jan Lokpal?
  • Has Kejriwal failed to resolve garbage crisis?
  • Has Kejriwal failed to provide free Wi-Fi to Capital city?
  • Has Kejriwal failed to provide free electricity to the people of Delhi?
  • Has Kejriwal failed to resolve women empowerment and safety issues?
  • Should AAP cease to be a one-man party?

Two Issues on which AAP should be analysed

Firstly, its principles, as the party talked about high moral grounds.

Secondly, delivering of its promises.

Talking about moral grounds, it would not be false to call AAP a “corrupt party” as recently a staff member of one of his ministers was caught demanding bribe of Rs. 30 lakh. Also, half of its ministers had to resign after their involvement in corruption, land-grabbing and molestation cases was confirmed by the police and criminal cases registered against them.

Kejriwal made sheer false promises to the people of Capital city which were “impossible” to be fulfilled. How can a Government provide Free Wi-Fi, free electricity and water when everything costs!

Kejriwal’s political gimmicks that backfired

The whole one year, Arvind Kejriwal has been indulging in Machiavellianism as a cunning ploy in statecraft by playing political gimmicks and idiotic advertisements to put a lid over the poor governance of his Aam Aadmi Party government.


Sometime, the AAP government has been clashing with the Centre and Lieutenant-Governor, Najeeb Jung demanding full statehood for Delhi, powers to transfer and post Central officers and control over the Delhi Police while on many occasions he has been blaming Narendera Modi Government for his own failures.


The 365 days of Aap Government in Delhi would be remembered by people as the undoing of a chief minister who could stoop so as to save his skin when in crisis. He went to the extent of calling Prime Minister, Narendera Modi a “coward and a psychopath” after CBI raids on his principal secretary Rajendra Kumar’s premises.


While a privilege motion was brought against him in Parliament, he was jailed following the defamation case filed by Union roads, transport and highways minister and former President of Saffron Party,  Nitin Gadkari.

The Aam Aadmi Party leader, instead of learning any lesson from his misadventures, has only made these misadventures his potent tool to hog limelight. In the process, he has also levelled personal allegations against Union finance minister Arun Jaitley without backing them with any concrete proof or documents.


It is learnt that Kejriwal tried his best to wriggle out of the situation that he himself created by tendering an apology to Arun Jaitley, the Union Finance Minister, but rightly Jaitley has dragged him (Kejriwal) to court for defamation in the alleged Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) scam and it will not be a surprise if he is jailed again and is forced to opt for an out-of-court settlement.

He says something and does something else. It is on record that Kejriwal had formed the AAP on the issue of corruption and legislation of the Jan Lokpal Bill. However, his record on both these counts is far from satisfactory. His ministers were forced to resign or were sacked after their involvement in corruption came to light. Half of his ministers are neck deep involved in corruption cases.

The year-long Kejriwal Government has thus proved to be a total fiasco with no developmental work worth its name during the year.  He will go down in history as the most non-performing Chief Minister.