Enthusiasm is okey but AAP should move intelligently and strategically
Above is necessary b'coz many people want to support AAP but they are apprehensive about its willingness to govern for long term due to resignation in Delhi and actual actual plans AAP want to offer to the citizens of India. more
Therefore, this is common that he will do only when he and his team get
full majority to run the Govt. In case AAP talks about such things BJP and
Congress will copy of the same. Now they have nothing to copy for anti
corruption and honesty.
On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 11:54 AM, Sunil Dutt Agrawal <
Parties shamelessly repeat the same unfulfilled promises during every election. If in a family nobody is employed and there is no income from any source, they may not be interested in parties talking about progress. For a poor man their half a foot belly is longer and more important the Dreamliner Aircraft or Airbus 380 any country is aspiring to get or boast of to possess. Creating a few millionaires or billionaires will not fill the stomachs of poor people in our country who are struggling to get a square meal a day. Making India a financially stable country is not making a few more millionaires or billionaires or sending a spacecraft to moon.
Providing employment to all employable youth and those who can work should be the first priority. Providing food and other basic amenities comes next. Checking spiralling prices of grains, pulses, fruits and all other consumables should be also a priority otherwise middlemen will take all the profits making the farmers and producers of consumables poorer. Instead of finding fault with other parties or their leaders, we should spell out our parties aims and objectives, and road map to achieve them in a manner understandable to the illiterate and poorest of poor (who do not see or hear you on TV). If we succeed in reaching out to the majority cross section of people, it does not matter whether you get support of people who perpetrate bribery or corruption or who manipulate the aspirations of people. It does not matter who stands where for elections because the ideology of your party ideology and road map to enliven your ideology and goals will attract the majority of electorate. If you have good intentions, it is like well begun and half won! Good luck to AAP and its supporters to live a positive ideology not only grab eye-balls alone but to win votes also! more