Like it on Facebook, Tweet it or share this topic on other bookmarking websites.
  • Re: Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not to congress or BJP

    by » 8 years ago


    Despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi --- Predictions of a snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS
    http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-delhi-will-vote-for-kejriwal-again-not-congress-or-bjp-poll/20140215.htm


    I do not think the people of New Delhi will not cast their votes for the Aam Aadmi Party as they are disappointed now.

    The disappointment caused by AAP is nothing before the disappointments caused by BJP and Congress.


    I agree with your view Rambabu ji, However, the people of New Delhi voted for th Aam Aadmi Party expecting a clean, stable and efficient administration. Now they are disappointed.


    People are looking for a change, they do no want to see either BJP or Congress in Delhi as they have seen them both and same is the case in center, they do not want to see congress any more and going to give a chance according to their best choice.


    True, Knowing fully about the BJP and congress and their track record it's foolishness to vote again to them. Kejriwal has come as an alternative and this aspect in him was shown fully in the Delhi elections. A one time failure can be easily tolerated than the habitual failures who never try to amend their ways. Delhi voters proved that they are wise by their decision to give another choice to Kejriwal.


    AAP failed on technical grounds more than anything else, and now people know they can do it will probably support AAP with more confidence. Arvind too will play his cards better than before.


    Arvind is a wise man. Being wise he learned from his mistakes. And now electorate is going to see resurgent Arvind.


    I don't think Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is moving in a right direction. You can go for fasting or strike when you are not governing. He calls for strike when he is the Chief Minister of New Delhi. It looks so funny.


    His resignation itself shows Arvind is going in the right direction. Sticking to power despite failure after failure is going in the wrong direction.

  • Re: Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not to congress or BJP

    by » 8 years ago


    Despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi --- Predictions of a snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS
    http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-delhi-will-vote-for-kejriwal-again-not-congress-or-bjp-poll/20140215.htm


    I do not think the people of New Delhi will not cast their votes for the Aam Aadmi Party as they are disappointed now.

    The disappointment caused by AAP is nothing before the disappointments caused by BJP and Congress.


    I agree with your view Rambabu ji, However, the people of New Delhi voted for th Aam Aadmi Party expecting a clean, stable and efficient administration. Now they are disappointed.


    People are looking for a change, they do no want to see either BJP or Congress in Delhi as they have seen them both and same is the case in center, they do not want to see congress any more and going to give a chance according to their best choice.


    True, Knowing fully about the BJP and congress and their track record it's foolishness to vote again to them. Kejriwal has come as an alternative and this aspect in him was shown fully in the Delhi elections. A one time failure can be easily tolerated than the habitual failures who never try to amend their ways. Delhi voters proved that they are wise by their decision to give another choice to Kejriwal.


    AAP failed on technical grounds more than anything else, and now people know they can do it will probably support AAP with more confidence. Arvind too will play his cards better than before.


    Arvind is a wise man. Being wise he learned from his mistakes. And now electorate is going to see resurgent Arvind.


    I don't think Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is moving in a right direction. You can go for fasting or strike when you are not governing. He calls for strike when he is the Chief Minister of New Delhi. It looks so funny.


    His resignation itself shows Arvind is going in the right direction. Sticking to power despite failure after failure is going in the wrong direction.


    If one is elected as a Chief Minister and he makes some strike and then resigns immediately, it makes the people think that he wants to attract people and tries to make people think that he iis Mr. Clean and fights against corruption even after becoming the Chief Minister of the state or union territory. Most of us consider this as a cheap political stunt.

    Born to express, not to impress.
    http://royalrobsideas.blogspot.in/

  • Re: Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not to congress or BJP

    by » 8 years ago


    Despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi --- Predictions of a snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS
    http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-delhi-will-vote-for-kejriwal-again-not-congress-or-bjp-poll/20140215.htm


    I do not think the people of New Delhi will not cast their votes for the Aam Aadmi Party as they are disappointed now.

    The disappointment caused by AAP is nothing before the disappointments caused by BJP and Congress.


    I agree with your view Rambabu ji, However, the people of New Delhi voted for th Aam Aadmi Party expecting a clean, stable and efficient administration. Now they are disappointed.


    People are looking for a change, they do no want to see either BJP or Congress in Delhi as they have seen them both and same is the case in center, they do not want to see congress any more and going to give a chance according to their best choice.


    True, Knowing fully about the BJP and congress and their track record it's foolishness to vote again to them. Kejriwal has come as an alternative and this aspect in him was shown fully in the Delhi elections. A one time failure can be easily tolerated than the habitual failures who never try to amend their ways. Delhi voters proved that they are wise by their decision to give another choice to Kejriwal.


    AAP failed on technical grounds more than anything else, and now people know they can do it will probably support AAP with more confidence. Arvind too will play his cards better than before.


    Arvind is a wise man. Being wise he learned from his mistakes. And now electorate is going to see resurgent Arvind.


    I don't think Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is moving in a right direction. You can go for fasting or strike when you are not governing. He calls for strike when he is the Chief Minister of New Delhi. It looks so funny.


    His resignation itself shows Arvind is going in the right direction. Sticking to power despite failure after failure is going in the wrong direction.


    If one is elected as a Chief Minister and he makes some strike and then resigns immediately, it makes the people think that he wants to attract people and tries to make people think that he iis Mr. Clean and fights against corruption even after becoming the Chief Minister of the state or union territory. Most of us consider this as a cheap political stunt.


    It's to confirm that he's really Mr. clean he resigned. If it is really for cheap propaganda he would not have resigned.

  • Re: Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not to congress or BJP

    by » 8 years ago


    Despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi --- Predictions of a snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS
    http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-delhi-will-vote-for-kejriwal-again-not-congress-or-bjp-poll/20140215.htm


    I do not think the people of New Delhi will not cast their votes for the Aam Aadmi Party as they are disappointed now.

    The disappointment caused by AAP is nothing before the disappointments caused by BJP and Congress.


    I agree with your view Rambabu ji, However, the people of New Delhi voted for th Aam Aadmi Party expecting a clean, stable and efficient administration. Now they are disappointed.


    People are looking for a change, they do no want to see either BJP or Congress in Delhi as they have seen them both and same is the case in center, they do not want to see congress any more and going to give a chance according to their best choice.


    True, Knowing fully about the BJP and congress and their track record it's foolishness to vote again to them. Kejriwal has come as an alternative and this aspect in him was shown fully in the Delhi elections. A one time failure can be easily tolerated than the habitual failures who never try to amend their ways. Delhi voters proved that they are wise by their decision to give another choice to Kejriwal.


    AAP failed on technical grounds more than anything else, and now people know they can do it will probably support AAP with more confidence. Arvind too will play his cards better than before.


    Arvind is a wise man. Being wise he learned from his mistakes. And now electorate is going to see resurgent Arvind.


    I don't think Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is moving in a right direction. You can go for fasting or strike when you are not governing. He calls for strike when he is the Chief Minister of New Delhi. It looks so funny.


    His resignation itself shows Arvind is going in the right direction. Sticking to power despite failure after failure is going in the wrong direction.


    If one is elected as a Chief Minister and he makes some strike and then resigns immediately, it makes the people think that he wants to attract people and tries to make people think that he iis Mr. Clean and fights against corruption even after becoming the Chief Minister of the state or union territory. Most of us consider this as a cheap political stunt.


    have you ever seen such an example in Indian political history? It shows he is no power hungry but wants to work as per his promises. he was forced to do whatever he did, STRIKES or RESIGNATION.

    I love this free image hosting site for sharing my work

    https://o0.nz/


  • Re: Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not to congress or BJP

    by » 8 years ago


    Despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi --- Predictions of a snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS
    http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-delhi-will-vote-for-kejriwal-again-not-congress-or-bjp-poll/20140215.htm


    I do not think the people of New Delhi will not cast their votes for the Aam Aadmi Party as they are disappointed now.

    The disappointment caused by AAP is nothing before the disappointments caused by BJP and Congress.


    I agree with your view Rambabu ji, However, the people of New Delhi voted for th Aam Aadmi Party expecting a clean, stable and efficient administration. Now they are disappointed.


    People are looking for a change, they do no want to see either BJP or Congress in Delhi as they have seen them both and same is the case in center, they do not want to see congress any more and going to give a chance according to their best choice.


    True, Knowing fully about the BJP and congress and their track record it's foolishness to vote again to them. Kejriwal has come as an alternative and this aspect in him was shown fully in the Delhi elections. A one time failure can be easily tolerated than the habitual failures who never try to amend their ways. Delhi voters proved that they are wise by their decision to give another choice to Kejriwal.


    AAP failed on technical grounds more than anything else, and now people know they can do it will probably support AAP with more confidence. Arvind too will play his cards better than before.


    Arvind is a wise man. Being wise he learned from his mistakes. And now electorate is going to see resurgent Arvind.


    I don't think Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is moving in a right direction. You can go for fasting or strike when you are not governing. He calls for strike when he is the Chief Minister of New Delhi. It looks so funny.


    His resignation itself shows Arvind is going in the right direction. Sticking to power despite failure after failure is going in the wrong direction.


    If one is elected as a Chief Minister and he makes some strike and then resigns immediately, it makes the people think that he wants to attract people and tries to make people think that he iis Mr. Clean and fights against corruption even after becoming the Chief Minister of the state or union territory. Most of us consider this as a cheap political stunt.


    have you ever seen such an example in Indian political history? It shows he is no power hungry but wants to work as per his promises. he was forced to do whatever he did, STRIKES or RESIGNATION.


    He may not be power hungry but he also is not suitable for power. He is good at agitation only. Moreover now AAP is fast becoming a center of all opportunist and desparate elements of all sorts. With a view to increase membership, Kejriwal even invited ex C.M. of Kerala to join AAP but got a suitable rebuff.

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/south/kerala-s-vs-achuthanandan-rejects-arvind-kejriwal-s-invite-to-join-aap-485991

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


  • Re: Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not to congress or BJP

    by » 8 years ago


    Despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi --- Predictions of a snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS
    http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-delhi-will-vote-for-kejriwal-again-not-congress-or-bjp-poll/20140215.htm


    I do not think the people of New Delhi will not cast their votes for the Aam Aadmi Party as they are disappointed now.

    The disappointment caused by AAP is nothing before the disappointments caused by BJP and Congress.


    I agree with your view Rambabu ji, However, the people of New Delhi voted for th Aam Aadmi Party expecting a clean, stable and efficient administration. Now they are disappointed.


    People are looking for a change, they do no want to see either BJP or Congress in Delhi as they have seen them both and same is the case in center, they do not want to see congress any more and going to give a chance according to their best choice.


    True, Knowing fully about the BJP and congress and their track record it's foolishness to vote again to them. Kejriwal has come as an alternative and this aspect in him was shown fully in the Delhi elections. A one time failure can be easily tolerated than the habitual failures who never try to amend their ways. Delhi voters proved that they are wise by their decision to give another choice to Kejriwal.


    AAP failed on technical grounds more than anything else, and now people know they can do it will probably support AAP with more confidence. Arvind too will play his cards better than before.


    Arvind is a wise man. Being wise he learned from his mistakes. And now electorate is going to see resurgent Arvind.


    I don't think Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is moving in a right direction. You can go for fasting or strike when you are not governing. He calls for strike when he is the Chief Minister of New Delhi. It looks so funny.


    His resignation itself shows Arvind is going in the right direction. Sticking to power despite failure after failure is going in the wrong direction.


    If one is elected as a Chief Minister and he makes some strike and then resigns immediately, it makes the people think that he wants to attract people and tries to make people think that he iis Mr. Clean and fights against corruption even after becoming the Chief Minister of the state or union territory. Most of us consider this as a cheap political stunt.


    have you ever seen such an example in Indian political history? It shows he is no power hungry but wants to work as per his promises. he was forced to do whatever he did, STRIKES or RESIGNATION.


    He may not be power hungry but he also is not suitable for power. He is good at agitation only. Moreover now AAP is fast becoming a center of all opportunist and desparate elements of all sorts. With a view to increase membership, Kejriwal even invited ex C.M. of Kerala to join AAP but got a suitable rebuff.

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/south/kerala-s-vs-achuthanandan-rejects-arvind-kejriwal-s-invite-to-join-aap-485991


    Aren't we seeing those suitable for power for last 65 years? I'll prefer to see someone with unorthodox strategies who can deliver the goods and uproot the corruption.

    I love this free image hosting site for sharing my work

    https://o0.nz/


  • Re: Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not to congress or BJP

    by » 8 years ago


    Despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi --- Predictions of a snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS
    http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-delhi-will-vote-for-kejriwal-again-not-congress-or-bjp-poll/20140215.htm


    I do not think the people of New Delhi will not cast their votes for the Aam Aadmi Party as they are disappointed now.

    The disappointment caused by AAP is nothing before the disappointments caused by BJP and Congress.


    I agree with your view Rambabu ji, However, the people of New Delhi voted for th Aam Aadmi Party expecting a clean, stable and efficient administration. Now they are disappointed.


    People are looking for a change, they do no want to see either BJP or Congress in Delhi as they have seen them both and same is the case in center, they do not want to see congress any more and going to give a chance according to their best choice.


    True, Knowing fully about the BJP and congress and their track record it's foolishness to vote again to them. Kejriwal has come as an alternative and this aspect in him was shown fully in the Delhi elections. A one time failure can be easily tolerated than the habitual failures who never try to amend their ways. Delhi voters proved that they are wise by their decision to give another choice to Kejriwal.


    AAP failed on technical grounds more than anything else, and now people know they can do it will probably support AAP with more confidence. Arvind too will play his cards better than before.


    Arvind is a wise man. Being wise he learned from his mistakes. And now electorate is going to see resurgent Arvind.


    I don't think Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is moving in a right direction. You can go for fasting or strike when you are not governing. He calls for strike when he is the Chief Minister of New Delhi. It looks so funny.


    His resignation itself shows Arvind is going in the right direction. Sticking to power despite failure after failure is going in the wrong direction.


    If one is elected as a Chief Minister and he makes some strike and then resigns immediately, it makes the people think that he wants to attract people and tries to make people think that he iis Mr. Clean and fights against corruption even after becoming the Chief Minister of the state or union territory. Most of us consider this as a cheap political stunt.


    have you ever seen such an example in Indian political history? It shows he is no power hungry but wants to work as per his promises. he was forced to do whatever he did, STRIKES or RESIGNATION.


    He may not be power hungry but he also is not suitable for power. He is good at agitation only. Moreover now AAP is fast becoming a center of all opportunist and desparate elements of all sorts. With a view to increase membership, Kejriwal even invited ex C.M. of Kerala to join AAP but got a suitable rebuff.

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/south/kerala-s-vs-achuthanandan-rejects-arvind-kejriwal-s-invite-to-join-aap-485991


    Aren't we seeing those suitable for power for last 65 years? I'll prefer to see someone with unorthodox strategies who can deliver the goods and uproot the corruption.


    Whatever be the merits of Kejriwal and demerits of others, Kejriwal and his organization can only criticize and do nothing- which means absolute anarchy. we saw this in Delhi. People may not allow such anarchy in the entire nation.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


  • Re: Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not to congress or BJP

    by » 8 years ago


    Despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi --- Predictions of a snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS
    http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-delhi-will-vote-for-kejriwal-again-not-congress-or-bjp-poll/20140215.htm


    I do not think the people of New Delhi will not cast their votes for the Aam Aadmi Party as they are disappointed now.

    The disappointment caused by AAP is nothing before the disappointments caused by BJP and Congress.


    I agree with your view Rambabu ji, However, the people of New Delhi voted for th Aam Aadmi Party expecting a clean, stable and efficient administration. Now they are disappointed.


    People are looking for a change, they do no want to see either BJP or Congress in Delhi as they have seen them both and same is the case in center, they do not want to see congress any more and going to give a chance according to their best choice.


    True, Knowing fully about the BJP and congress and their track record it's foolishness to vote again to them. Kejriwal has come as an alternative and this aspect in him was shown fully in the Delhi elections. A one time failure can be easily tolerated than the habitual failures who never try to amend their ways. Delhi voters proved that they are wise by their decision to give another choice to Kejriwal.


    AAP failed on technical grounds more than anything else, and now people know they can do it will probably support AAP with more confidence. Arvind too will play his cards better than before.


    Arvind is a wise man. Being wise he learned from his mistakes. And now electorate is going to see resurgent Arvind.


    I don't think Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is moving in a right direction. You can go for fasting or strike when you are not governing. He calls for strike when he is the Chief Minister of New Delhi. It looks so funny.


    His resignation itself shows Arvind is going in the right direction. Sticking to power despite failure after failure is going in the wrong direction.


    If one is elected as a Chief Minister and he makes some strike and then resigns immediately, it makes the people think that he wants to attract people and tries to make people think that he iis Mr. Clean and fights against corruption even after becoming the Chief Minister of the state or union territory. Most of us consider this as a cheap political stunt.


    have you ever seen such an example in Indian political history? It shows he is no power hungry but wants to work as per his promises. he was forced to do whatever he did, STRIKES or RESIGNATION.


    He may not be power hungry but he also is not suitable for power. He is good at agitation only. Moreover now AAP is fast becoming a center of all opportunist and desparate elements of all sorts. With a view to increase membership, Kejriwal even invited ex C.M. of Kerala to join AAP but got a suitable rebuff.

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/south/kerala-s-vs-achuthanandan-rejects-arvind-kejriwal-s-invite-to-join-aap-485991


    Aren't we seeing those suitable for power for last 65 years? I'll prefer to see someone with unorthodox strategies who can deliver the goods and uproot the corruption.


    Whatever be the merits of Kejriwal and demerits of others, Kejriwal and his organization can only criticize and do nothing- which means absolute anarchy. we saw this in Delhi. People may not allow such anarchy in the entire nation.


    Let's wait and watch - people are not going to tolerate even Monarchy as well.

    I love this free image hosting site for sharing my work

    https://o0.nz/


  • Re: Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not to congress or BJP

    by » 8 years ago


    Despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi --- Predictions of a snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS
    http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-delhi-will-vote-for-kejriwal-again-not-congress-or-bjp-poll/20140215.htm


    I do not think the people of New Delhi will not cast their votes for the Aam Aadmi Party as they are disappointed now.

    The disappointment caused by AAP is nothing before the disappointments caused by BJP and Congress.


    I agree with your view Rambabu ji, However, the people of New Delhi voted for th Aam Aadmi Party expecting a clean, stable and efficient administration. Now they are disappointed.


    People are looking for a change, they do no want to see either BJP or Congress in Delhi as they have seen them both and same is the case in center, they do not want to see congress any more and going to give a chance according to their best choice.


    True, Knowing fully about the BJP and congress and their track record it's foolishness to vote again to them. Kejriwal has come as an alternative and this aspect in him was shown fully in the Delhi elections. A one time failure can be easily tolerated than the habitual failures who never try to amend their ways. Delhi voters proved that they are wise by their decision to give another choice to Kejriwal.


    AAP failed on technical grounds more than anything else, and now people know they can do it will probably support AAP with more confidence. Arvind too will play his cards better than before.


    Arvind is a wise man. Being wise he learned from his mistakes. And now electorate is going to see resurgent Arvind.


    I don't think Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is moving in a right direction. You can go for fasting or strike when you are not governing. He calls for strike when he is the Chief Minister of New Delhi. It looks so funny.


    His resignation itself shows Arvind is going in the right direction. Sticking to power despite failure after failure is going in the wrong direction.


    If one is elected as a Chief Minister and he makes some strike and then resigns immediately, it makes the people think that he wants to attract people and tries to make people think that he iis Mr. Clean and fights against corruption even after becoming the Chief Minister of the state or union territory. Most of us consider this as a cheap political stunt.


    have you ever seen such an example in Indian political history? It shows he is no power hungry but wants to work as per his promises. he was forced to do whatever he did, STRIKES or RESIGNATION.


    He may not be power hungry but he also is not suitable for power. He is good at agitation only. Moreover now AAP is fast becoming a center of all opportunist and desparate elements of all sorts. With a view to increase membership, Kejriwal even invited ex C.M. of Kerala to join AAP but got a suitable rebuff.

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/south/kerala-s-vs-achuthanandan-rejects-arvind-kejriwal-s-invite-to-join-aap-485991


    Aren't we seeing those suitable for power for last 65 years? I'll prefer to see someone with unorthodox strategies who can deliver the goods and uproot the corruption.


    Whatever be the merits of Kejriwal and demerits of others, Kejriwal and his organization can only criticize and do nothing- which means absolute anarchy. we saw this in Delhi. People may not allow such anarchy in the entire nation.


    Let's wait and watch - people are not going to tolerate even Monarchy as well.


    If no monarchy (meaning Sonia and Rahul) then chaiwala (Modi) or third front have the chance.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


    Thank you said by: suni51

  • Re: Delhi will vote for Kejriwal AGAIN, not to congress or BJP

    by » 8 years ago


    Despite its turbulent term, 67 per cent of respondents are likely to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party if assembly elections are held again in Delhi --- Predictions of a snap poll conducted by ABP News and IPSOS
    http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/slide-show-1-delhi-will-vote-for-kejriwal-again-not-congress-or-bjp-poll/20140215.htm


    I do not think the people of New Delhi will not cast their votes for the Aam Aadmi Party as they are disappointed now.

    The disappointment caused by AAP is nothing before the disappointments caused by BJP and Congress.


    I agree with your view Rambabu ji, However, the people of New Delhi voted for th Aam Aadmi Party expecting a clean, stable and efficient administration. Now they are disappointed.


    People are looking for a change, they do no want to see either BJP or Congress in Delhi as they have seen them both and same is the case in center, they do not want to see congress any more and going to give a chance according to their best choice.


    True, Knowing fully about the BJP and congress and their track record it's foolishness to vote again to them. Kejriwal has come as an alternative and this aspect in him was shown fully in the Delhi elections. A one time failure can be easily tolerated than the habitual failures who never try to amend their ways. Delhi voters proved that they are wise by their decision to give another choice to Kejriwal.


    AAP failed on technical grounds more than anything else, and now people know they can do it will probably support AAP with more confidence. Arvind too will play his cards better than before.


    Arvind is a wise man. Being wise he learned from his mistakes. And now electorate is going to see resurgent Arvind.


    I don't think Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is moving in a right direction. You can go for fasting or strike when you are not governing. He calls for strike when he is the Chief Minister of New Delhi. It looks so funny.


    His resignation itself shows Arvind is going in the right direction. Sticking to power despite failure after failure is going in the wrong direction.


    If one is elected as a Chief Minister and he makes some strike and then resigns immediately, it makes the people think that he wants to attract people and tries to make people think that he iis Mr. Clean and fights against corruption even after becoming the Chief Minister of the state or union territory. Most of us consider this as a cheap political stunt.


    have you ever seen such an example in Indian political history? It shows he is no power hungry but wants to work as per his promises. he was forced to do whatever he did, STRIKES or RESIGNATION.


    He may not be power hungry but he also is not suitable for power. He is good at agitation only. Moreover now AAP is fast becoming a center of all opportunist and desparate elements of all sorts. With a view to increase membership, Kejriwal even invited ex C.M. of Kerala to join AAP but got a suitable rebuff.

    http://www.ndtv.com/article/south/kerala-s-vs-achuthanandan-rejects-arvind-kejriwal-s-invite-to-join-aap-485991


    Aren't we seeing those suitable for power for last 65 years? I'll prefer to see someone with unorthodox strategies who can deliver the goods and uproot the corruption.


    Whatever be the merits of Kejriwal and demerits of others, Kejriwal and his organization can only criticize and do nothing- which means absolute anarchy. we saw this in Delhi. People may not allow such anarchy in the entire nation.


    Let's wait and watch - people are not going to tolerate even Monarchy as well.


    If no monarchy (meaning Sonia and Rahul) then chaiwala (Modi) or third front have the chance.


    Thanks for accepting two facts at the same time.

    I love this free image hosting site for sharing my work

    https://o0.nz/


    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

You do not have permissions to reply to this topic.