Understanding Kejriwal's Politics
AAP is is fully aware of the fact that big business has a massive role is fomenting crony capitalism in the country.
Corruption is not a matter of demand and supply. Corruption is because of the dilution of politics resulting from the amalgamation of demand and supply- business-politician nexus.
Unlike, the communists, AAP does not intend to confront the capitalist directly by launching an all out war against the rich. Instead, it intends to decouple the state machinery from the tweezers grip of big money and set it free to act against the defaulting capitalists.
In one of the TV shows, a common man told Arvind Kejriwal that in the absence of right to education, he was forced to be corrupt. Much like his boss, he too wanted his children to get educated in Delhi Public School. He further said that till the time right to education was enshrined in the constitution and its provisions implemented, Lokpal would continue to be inconsequential.
A traditional leftist would have jumped from his seat and hugged the common man and asked him to join the revolutionary moment to throw out the capitalist.
On the other hand, Arvind Kejriwal’s solution rested on the premise that since private schools cannot be closed, our endeavour is to make the government schools so good that even moneyed people would come to them.
Arvind Kejriwal is thinking of positive change by clearly stating his agenda. The communists, on the other hand, are engaged in typical Delhi politics where they are desperately trying to stitch together a coalition of third parties that are financed by big business. So rather than talking to the public, the communists are engaged in political management. They refuse to learn from history.
The single point agenda of the communists has been to prevent communal forces. The result is that we are now in a state where the communal forces do not even need a mask. They are openly projecting Modi - the ugliest communal face - as the future leader of India. more
Just one simple question may I ask ? Have you met MrArvind Kejriwal personally spend some time talking to him alone If Yes how many minutes ?
Please give at least five names who you think are in a position to replace Mr.Arvind
when did you last spent QUALITY TIME for OUR NATION please explain by giving reference
you may take your own sweet time in replying . more
AAP is still a fledgeling party which can be moulded according to the aspirations of common man and intelligencia where as major political parties cannot be corrected as they are beyond redemption. If a new person wants to enter AAP as a leader with new and smart ideas nobody will object but you cannot enter other parties as a leader. AAP is born just out of necessity as the people of India cannot tolerate corruption, criminalization of politics and communalism any more. Instead of looking at leaders like Kejrival, Medha, or Meera to do more, common man and intelligencia should take active part in moulding AAP the way we want with desirable attributes. With inaction we will be the same "proverbial frog in the broken and unused well" with no chance of getting out of the misery, chaos, anarchy, and desperation we are in since independence. We have to do what we want to see.
Idol worship instead of practicing workable ideology is the Achilles heel of Indian politics. Leaders of major parties cannot save India because they are always tied down by the wrong ideology of their parties and their allies. This we can easily understand when a party proclaims that the main aim of that party is to stop another leader or his/her party coming to power. Mahathma Gandhi told "the means has to be as clean as the end". If we campaign we should be sure that we want to come to power to do good things, not just to stop others. Stopping criminals from parliament is a good idea like stopping corruption. Cleaning Indian polity and redefining democracy is a tough task that can be done only if like-minded people join together. If the "broom" cannot clean Indian polity and democracy there is no use of 'AAP". So let us not fail AAP and Kejrival!