AAP's Agenda for Good Governance
Dear Fellow Members, I am sorry if I am asking a non-appropriate question. I have heard AK many time and I have seen his focus mainly on either corruption or Modi and Ambani. I also heard him tearing apart the claims of Gujrat development. I am eager to know what is the plan AAP has for development of country if voted to power. Corruption removal is one of main, I know but what else? What is the agenda of party and what all issues party would be focusing. If in case AAP is not able to go for forming government then what would be their focus sitting in opposition other then corruption? Would AAP be joining coalition government or supporting government? AK says that I do not want to become PM, who will be ministerial leadership for part if chosen to power? more
I cannot disagree with you! Yes, I am reconsidering my support to AAP! At the moment Modiji seems to be the right man for the PM's post! more
Dear Mr. Appadurai, Let us face the truth, AK took two major decisions to support Delhi people (As claimed) Giving Free water and reducing electricity bill. I live outside Delhi so it did not benefit me but if you are living in Delhi, can you (or anyone else) tell us the difference in the bills you got before and after?
Also remember these both were given to people from our TAX money, the prices were not reduced as such. His ministers went aggressive on night shelters and ordered for new one to be created, did it happen? Lot of good things he initiated which went for a toss because of his decision to resign and after that we are listening only against Modi and corruption issue. Where is the plan for other development. Do we not have enough reasons to reconsider our support. I agree that BJP has not done very good in past but no one resigned from responsibilities like this. They atleast did something. On what basis do we really think that he deserves a chance, had we not given him a chance.
Also as far as democratic decisions are concerned, AK did ask us before forming government, but why did he not bother for opinion poll for resign, may be he would have received a different mandate. more
I gave my vote to BJP when they happened to come to power at the Centre last time. But they squandered their chance to implement progressive policies and failed to bring back the Swiss bank money or complete Bofors probe. They also tried to please the minorities. (Remember Advaniji and Jaswant Singh praising Jinnah?)
If AK does the same mistake, I would dump him into the dustbin!! more
I fully agree to Mr. Ajay Anand, AK or AAP must focus on their own agenda & come out with some concrete solutions for the all the problems, one by one, instead of finding fault with Modi or criticizing development in Gujarat or elsewhere.
For giving at least one chance to AK, then, I think that they already lost a "Golden Chance". Now lok sabha elections will be giving a Second chance...........I suppose.......
We had already suffered, under development / policy paralysis a lot in past many years. I think we must at least give One Chance (With Absolute Majority) to BJP..... more
Whatever may be the questions, no harm in giving AK one chance at least, having tolerated Indira Nehru and her dynasty so long!!! AK is asking only those questions which the silent public wanted to ask all these politicians. But one caveat for AK! He should not fall into the trap of minority and communal politics. Also his policy on caste-based reservations should be made clear. He should not try to modulate his policies and voice just to get favourable circumstances without being honest and equitable to all. more