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Aam Aadmi‘s Kejriwal - Hero of Delhiites!





Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the first ever Indian leader who actually makes sincere efforts to uplift the common people with prestige and privileges, has quit power over the Jan Lokpal Bill issue and remained the most favorite leader of Delhiites as well as Indians.


Indian politicians enjoy the resources of the nation almost freely. They share the wealth and services. They oppose any system or law that does not allow them to loot the resources, take bribes. The way they opposed and dragged the Lokpal Bill in the parliament for years only shows the  corrupt mindset of Indian leaders - at least most of them. 


It is a Himalayan shame that Indian regime and parliament are being controlled by Indian corporate and multinationals - not just the major political parties like Congress and BJP large regional parties, but also the regime depends too much on the rich guys, though they are elected by mostly by common people. 


Like many of their allies, the Congress and BJP parties themselves got panicky as the Delhi government filed cases against many big guns in both parties. The Jan Lokpal, if passed by the assembly, would make the lives of many more leaders and their financiers in greater trouble.  

Hence they successfully stalled the bill in the Delhi assembly and tried to shield the corrupt criminals in all walks of life in India.


It must be mentioned here that Central government ruled by Congress party and allies must feel a big sigh of relief with the Aam Admi government is gone. Kejriwal and his party have been an uncomfortable thorn in the Congress-BJP flesh called political trade. 


In fact, the big politicians found the Aam Aadmi Delhi government a big threat to their profitable existence in the capital. They all conspired to force the common man party out of power. 



Aam Aadmi party does not have absolute majority and it was ruing Delhi state by virtue of support offered by Congress party. Earlier, AAP was not inclined to form a government due to the fact that it did not have the  number  to  face the assembly vote. 



Upon assuming power on invitation from the Delhi Lt. Governor, the Kejriwal government began earnestly to fulfill their election pledges. But the Delhi government knew very well that the Congress party would withdraw its conditional support to the Delhi government at the appropriate time. 


However, the early resignation of Kejriwal government has upset all Congress political calculations. BJP’s as well!


Congress and BJP cannot digest when Kejriwal raised the issue of Reliance Company and its corporate owners Ambani brothers who finance the major parties plus they also have their own MPs and MLAs. 


As the Delhi government was getting ready with Jan Lokpal bill to be presented to the Assembly, the Congress party and its media scolded the Kejriwal government of the consequences of such a move, meaning the Congress party would withdraw support to Delhi government. Aam Admi Party was not shocked as it had expected all this from a badly shaken congress party. Delhi Lt Governor did not allow the Aam Aadmi government to present the bill and asked the speaker of Assembly not to table the bill. 



Thus the Jan Lokpal bill was stalled by the central government and opposed by the BJP party. Kejriwal had on numerous occasions threatened to resign if the bill was not passed.



Implementation of Jan Lokpal was the most important pledge the Aam Aadmi Party had given to the people of Delhi and it wanted to pass the bill in the Assembly. But when the government could not get the bill passed by the assembly, the AAP leaders decide to  quit the  government. 



Aam Aadmi leaders thought they have no moral right to continue in power without being able to contain corruption by an effective Lokpal mechanism.


Delhi CM Kejriwal resigned dramatically from his post after 49 days of coming to power as he failed to get his dream bill, the Jan Lokpal, even introduced in the Delhi assembly Friday as both the national parties, the Congress and the BJP, deeply worried about the impact of the Bill on their leaders, ganged up against it. This resignation proves that only a 'jhaadu waala' , the party symbol of 'jadhu' or broom, can deliver and end corruption in the city, someone said from Hissar, "other parties are not supporting him because they know that if the bill is passed their leaders will land in jail".



CM Kejriwal has sent the resignation letter to the Lt. Governor, asking him to dissolve the assembly and order early polls to the state. 

Congress and BJP are practicing double-tongues.  They asked Kejriwal to resign and now they ask why he resigned.


Funny political cricket promoters of India! Top politicians and other corrupt people do not want Aam Aadmi to stop their illegal business with the regime. Exit of Kejriwal would make them go merry.



Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's resignation has only raised his leadership profile among the common people of Delhi, the 'aam admi', the common man who form his core support base and who believe he will come back to power with a more emphatic majority and play a larger national role after the general election. Flashing the party symbol (the broom) and wearing the trademark side-cap AAP supporters were firm that their fight would continue. "Today's scenario only reflects that AAP is on right way to win the upcoming elections," an auto-rickshaw driver.



While some felt Kejriwal should have been given more time, others expressed anguish over their demands remaining unfulfilled. "Who will look after our demands now? We doubt if any other party can even come close to Kejriwal's work," Chautala, a daily wage worker, said, reflecting the huge support Kejriwal enjoys among the working class and very ordinary people of this capital city. Many Delhiites  swear that last Friday was an "unfortunate day". "I was expecting to rejoice the introduction of the bill, but here I am waiting for my hero to resign," he said.


Delhi youth as well as  across the nation  say their admiration for him has gone up manifold after he took on big guys like Reliance boss Mukesh Ambani. It takes a lot of guts to do such a thing against a big business magnet guy who controls the regime.


Passage of Jan Lokpal bill may not have been a success story at this point of time in the Delhi assembly where the corrupt rouges make the majority but the Aam Admi government already begun good anti-corruption work through various steps and   as such it may be as easy and free as before for the  politicians and others to  indulge in corrupt practices. 


Obviously, Delhi people would vote the Aam Aadmi party back to power in due course so that the party and government could complete its anti-corruption plus pro common people programs as they are committed to these ideals.  


Delhiites are with Kejriwal, called by some sympathizers as a farishta, in his resignation also. They are sure should be a re-election as people are sure that next time he will win more than 50 seats and get the bills passed without support.


Of course, people will revolt against the ouster of their own government in their own ways and punish the big political thieves in the country. 


Not just the AAP supporters, even people from other parties would now vote for the Aam Aadmi party in the general and Delhi elections, as they all see vacuum in all so-called experienced political outfits with strong network infrastructures.


Aam Aadmi party  has shown they will not cling on to power without fulfilling their duties. 


Now, Delhiites eagerly look forward to early polls to their Assembly!

Not only Indians but world at large is watching with keen interest what is unfolding in Indian capital. 


Kejriwal is the only hope left for India!

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