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Aam Aadmi Party Manifesto 2015 and the promise of 500 schools

By on Feb 7, 2015 in Wisdom | 0 comments

I hate AAP and firmly believe that they are one of the dangerous threats to India’s unity. I turned on the TV and found out that all the exit polls are hinting at victory to AAP and Arvind Kejriwal almost certain to become the CM of Delhi, once again. Of course, we’ll know the truth in the next few days; but I’m wondering how did Kejriwal managed to fool the people of Delhi and can he really fulfil the promises he made. I read the manifesto available on their official website and they have promised to open 500 schools in Delhi. Note that they have NOT put any time-frame to fulfil their promise. Now any decent school with the basic minimum facilities is likely to require about 3-5 acres of land at least, right? So 500 schools will mean they’ll have to find out about 1500 – 2500 acres of land inside the city of Delhi. The AAP is aiming to have a school...

Open Letter To Mr. Arvind Kejriwal

By on Jan 8, 2014 in Wisdom | 6 comments

To, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister, Delhi Date: 8 January 2014 Subject: Division of Anti-Congress Votes Through AAP Dear Mr. Kejriwal, I’ve been following the anti-corruption agitation and people’s fight for the Lokpal Bill for a long time now. I was delighted to see a fellow engineer becoming rising to become a leader and leading the anti-corruption crusade along with Hon. Anna Hazare. I instantly became your fan and started following your interviews on TV and the Internet. I also remember hopelessly returning home because I couldn’t listen to you when you had arrived in my city for a speech. I wished for your good health when you declared fast unto death. However, your recent moves and my own little study of politics leads me a different type of reality – that you are the ‘b-plan’ (backup) of Congress. Here’s the summary of my analysis:...

Hum AAP Ke Hein CONgress

By on Dec 29, 2013 in Wisdom | 3 comments

Finally Kejariwal has taken the oath as the new Chief Minister of Delhi and already assumed the office. Having followed Arvind Kejariwal and having participated in the Anna Hazare led nation-wide agitation for the Jan Lokpal bill, formation of AAP came as a big surprise to me. Having read Kejariwal’s interviews that he’s a ‘common man’ who does not want to fight elections (which, by the way, looked very truthful & promising), Kejariwal forming a new political party was the last thing I’d have expected. But the reality is that Kejariwal has already became the Chief minister of Delhi – with a promise that AAP will clean up the politics by becoming a part of the system. I seriously do not know where is this heading. People said Kejariwal is the backup plan for Congress think tank; and I rejected their opinions outright. But the fact is that...