Opportunity to bounce back back partially
AAP must go all out and give its best to make holding of Mohalla Sabha a successful story, If AAP wants to have any impact on Delhi voters.
This is possible only when AAP MLAs chalk out some useful expenditure projects to the satisfaction of the local public/ RWAs and get the same approved.
This initiative has to be conclusive, if AAP leadership wants to claim any governance ability. more
Dear Mr Suri Vadhera ji. I am 100% agree with your views. more
BUt i suppose u all Know that AAP is against the RWA culture they are more keen in Mohalla Sabha, as per my knowledge AAP did many Mohala Sabha in our area all went to Toss reason AAP should try to Strengthen RWA rather then opeing the Pandora BOX of Mohala Sabha more
We don't need to be defensive because of electoral results in Loksabha elections. The objective of contesting these elections was more to bring in people from across the country to AAP fold rather than a major win. Clearly that could not have been the possible outcome due to very limited time frame available as also limitation of financial resources. If some of us had thought otherwise, it was more of wishful thinking (positively) based on assumption that AaP could replicate Delhi like outcome. Most candidates even did not have enough time to reach out physically ll parts of their constituencies.
Mohalla Sabhas, an attempt to optimist utilisation of limited resources is a great concept and shall be welcomed by one & all. Already there are some attempts to discredit the process by creating an impression that the process is against RWAs. In fact reverse is true. RWAs are the fora representing the residents of a given colony and they, as voice of the people, decide their prioritiess. Those opposed to AAP's quick rise are orchestrating falsehood to undermine the great initiative. We should not fall prey to this kind of attack by vested interests. more