Posts Tagged Arvind Kejriwal
The results of the recently held assembly elections to 5 states – UP, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Manipur & Goa – have come today. The results are going to determine the direction of politics in India in the next few years, particularly the election of the President of India due in coming July and parliamentary polls 2019. As the title of my book highlights, it is more important that Narendra Modi has successfully changed the direction of the political wind in India.
Defamation is the easiest method of abuse of right to freedom of speech and expression. It was for the first time that the defamation law was introduced in India by the British. Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister, Delhi, has taken offence to the media for what he calls criticism of his government, himself, his ministers and officers and issued orders in writing to his administration to monitor all TV channels and file defamation cases wherever necessary.
This is exactly to the script of the Delhi Group. As successive purges take place in the AAP, even Arvind Kejriwal will be removed on health grounds or other grand sounding objective, and then shall step in those making a political career for themselves. The true face of the movers of the strings of this puppet show will hardly be known. By the time people know what has become of the AAP they supported, the next election would have descended on them. At the moment, the AAP without the sane guidance of persons like Shanti Bhushan, Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan or Mayank Gandhi is soulless entity
While the anti-corruption agitation connected Arvind Kejriwal to the middle class, the focus on urban poverty connected him to the urban poor Delhi residents. There lies the mystery of the “scary” victory of AAP in Delhi assembly elections. It contains a hidden message for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to think of “smart villages” before you devote all your energies on setting up or developing 100 smart cities. You need smart villages to sustain smart cities.
The choice is between continuing with the Nurseries of Poverty, multiplying them & harvesting political power forever or giving the poor their rights to education, health, food and livelihood, guaranteed by the constitution of India, which have been largely denied to them so far. This when India is blessed by nature with rich resources and intelligent manpower. The enterprising Indians are capable of translating their dreams in to reality. They were handicapped for decades by absence of good governance. Now they have one. Therefore, the choice is Modi or others in India; Kiran Bedi or Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi; development or Nurseries of Poverty all over the country? The verdict of the Delhi voters will decide it effectively on February 10, 2015.
The Election Commission of India is going to announce the dates for the general election 2014 on 5 March. The developments are being watched keenly for several reasons. One is the people’s loss of faith in the Manmohan Singh led UPA-II government, which is crossed all records of corruption anywhere in the world. The TimesNow […]
Mantra is a fairly commonly used word in the English language like Pundit or Punditry. All these words have originated from Sanskrit and Hindi. Vashikaran literally means bewitchment, enticement, magnetize and thereby control somebody. The term is particularly used in the context of love, romance or relationships where either of the sides feels the need […]
The newspapers and TV channels have suddenly found a topic for increasing their TRP ratings. It is Arvind Kejriwal. Or to be precise, the AAP. We yet don’t know which of these two has captured the imagination of our media, press and politicians. It is kind of a sudden change in weather conditions which nobody […]
The agitation for the legislation of the anti-graft law comes to an end today- the Parliament of India has passed the Bill in the People’s House/ Lok Sabha this 18 December 2013. The Bill has been hailed as historic by some and a Joke Pal by others. Anna Hazare, whose crusade in 2011 fired the […]
India has seen hung Assembly or Parliament after a fractured electoral verdict in the past also, but the situation in Delhi after the declaration of the Assembly election results on 4th December 2013 is peculiar. It is so for two reasons: the indecisive Delhi voters’ mind; and the NOTA (None Of The Above) mentality. People […]