Another Open Letter to Arvind Kejriwal

March 16, 2014
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Dear Kejriwal ji,

Not too long ago, i risked going against the Supreme Court’s verdict on article 377 by going fully gay for you, the messiah of hope, the man who was to end all corruption in the country.

I asked you, RTI activist, Magsaysay award winner, catalyst of a massive anti-corruption movement in the nation, and the surprise winner of a lot of seats in the Delhi election, to not let us down. There were the hopes of the aam aadmi on your modest shoulders. Sachin Tendulkar had recently retired. Vidya Balan had gained even more weight. Nothing seemed right, and we were counting on you to help bring hope back into our lives.

arvind kejriwal in muffler

After a lot of kabhi haan kabhi na, you formed the Delhi government and it was history being made in front of our eyes. This was just the opportunity to prove you worth and show us what a well-meaning person could change the much-hated system.

I opened the paper every day hoping to see a picture of yours handing over suspension letters to corrupt officials, like Anil ji did in Nayak. Every day i looked forward to news of people no longer locking their homes when they went out because, you know, Ram Rajya was here. Every evening, i watched TV hoping to see Arnab ji be a little happy with his life, because everything was going to be right now.

Alas. How naive i was.

None of that happened. All you did was increase subsidies on water and electricity in a display of economically unviable socialism, asked people to conduct stings and send in videos to you, setup a durbar which ended in a stampede, and then, YOU RESIGNED. 49 days. I understand you are an engineer, but even engineers don’t change their jobs that quickly.

But then you were always special. IITian. Civil services. RTI. People with such strong CVs are always hard to retain. I know i have struggled for months to hire a good Java developer. But 49 days? Seriously, 6 months ka to probation hi hota hai.

You know, i have had fights with people who said that you are a drama queen, a conspiracy of the Congress, Digvijay Singh in disguise, the son-in-law of the CIA director, or all of the above. Because i believed in you. I told them that you are going to change the country. You may sometimes seem blunt and impatient and illogical, but you are our saviour. Policemen were already reportedly refusing to take bribes, fearing a whiplash from you. People were grumbling about you spoiling the going bribery rates. There was change in the air. Even the birds were not crapping on my car’s windshield anymore.

On Twitter, on Facebook, my friends, fans and lovers said that i am a paid AAP agent, that i am being illogical and living in la-la land by thinking something will happen. I told them that i wished i was getting paid to support this noble cause (won’t that be awesome? win-win situation), but that you hadn’t asked for my account number yet.

People told me that i am stupid. That my IQ has been reduced to Salman Khan movie levels because of all the years of being an engineer. That i must believe them when they say that you are just a fantastic Congress conspiracy to bring down the BJP by cutting their votes. I mean the Congress is run by Rahul Gandhi. Surely they can’t come up with something that farsighted.

I stood my ground. I told them that the Congress is corrupt, the BJP is no less, and if you show us some hope, we should not lose our faith so fast.

I stood by you, dear Arvind Kejriwal. I stood thick and strong. Like Manmohan Singh amidst his gang of corrupt ministers, who by the way are all getting tickets to stand in the elections again, while he likely hunts for a nice retirement bungalow that we taxpayers will pay for. How come you have not talked about any of that? You seem to have only one target these days.

Anyway talking of tax, you should know that my heart cries every time a third of my salary gets wiped off every month. I have always maintained that as a responsible citizen i will not cheat on taxes and give my due to the country. Because if i dont, then who will? Doctors and lawyers? Haha. I have never even submitted a fake medical or travel claim. Never. Not once. I once had a fight on Twitter with someone who thought i was stupid for believing in my civic duties.

Which was the whole reason for my belief in you. I thought we had finally got a visionary leader who will change things. But then you ordered the subsidies and i was like – there goes my precious money to serve the cause of the votebank. But i stayed silent. God has mysterious ways. You are the god of anti-corruption movement. You could do no wrong.

I thought i wouldn’t complain and would bear it like a housewife in a marriage with an alcoholic but kind husband. But for how long?

You need to stop being this krantikaari, because you are just coming across as superficial now. All this talk of how media is bad and Modi is bad and Ambani is bad and all that makes you look like a frustrated aam aadmi. We want you to be a khaas aam aadmi, someone who has the poise and grace and tact to fix things instead of constantly muddying the waters and not achieving anything other than press footage.

You need to know which battles to fight. You need to know how to fight them. You need to stop playing a victim, because you had the chance to change Delhi, and you gave it up of your own free will.

For the record, i was never in favor of your going national. I wanted you to first prove yourself in Delhi, show that you can walk that talk, that you can do more than just give impressively candid interviews where you name and shame everybody in the whole world. How do you expect to suddenly find hundreds of super honest people worthy of being a part of your movement, special enough that we vote for them in the elections based just on your word? I already told you i had to struggle for months to find a java developer, and they are a dime a dozen. Honest people are much rarer.

photo

And what’s with your obsession with Modi ji? Agreed he is being touted as the nation’s next biggest hope, but he isn’t the one who has run the economy into a giant hole or perpetrated scam after scam. Why are you only after him? Why stop finding any fault with Sheila ji once you gained power in Delhi? Why have you not mentioned Vadra ji and his alleged misdeeds? What happened to your tiff with Salman Khursheed and that illegal NGO? Why? Why? Why?

[And just for this paragraph, i am going to be stamped a right wing RSS fanatic, because that’s how we roll in our great secular nation]

You know what, there still is a faint flicker of hope in my mind that all the conspiracy theories will be lies and you will actually change the world. I am a hopeless romantic like that, but for now you are just beginning to come across as a Bollywood hero who punches in the air and pretends to be a stud as the villian falls twenty feet away. 

As a purported anti-corruption crusader, you have set high standards to which you are going to be held. Please stop the dramatics. You are getting on our nerves now.

I swear i will commit suicide if you continue going on in this random manner. Rest assured, i will check first and only do that if the nation wants me to.

Yours gayfully,

A Frustrated Aam Aadmi

PS: I am not on the payroll of the Congress, Modi ji, Ambani ji, or Arnab ji,

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36 Responses to “ Another Open Letter to Arvind Kejriwal ”

  1. Smitha on March 16, 2014 at 9:33 pm

    You’ve articulated exactly how I feel. I was really optimistic after the Delhi elections, but then, since then, it’s been all downhill. Especially now, it’s reached a crescendo of accusations and blaming. I do hope that he realIzes and changes his strategy. Because I still feel that his heart is in the right place. Hopefully.

  2. meena on March 16, 2014 at 9:58 pm

    I am still optimistic. Of course he is doing politics. But I dont think there is only negativity being spread by AAP. Fabulous people have been given ticket by AAP, social activists, doctors, lawyers, such good people would have never turned to politics without AAP. Some brains are selectively filtering the positivity and saying that AAP is only about negativity. Buck up buddy.

  3. kaushik on March 16, 2014 at 10:03 pm

    I just don’t want to live in India. so much frustration. hopeless country.

  4. HKA on March 16, 2014 at 10:14 pm

    I don’t understand why people make a big deal about honesty. Is Chinese government honest?? Can the Chinese public even vote?? But they are competent. And that what matters. Competency. Not Honesty.

    • creeem on April 14, 2014 at 4:51 pm

      What an idiot and the 46 Idiots who liked ur comment. China has a high GDP but the people are not thriving. Its a totalarian govt. The factory labourers commit suicide due to low wages.
      The only reason China is progressing is because they manufacture anything at 1/10th the price. HOW!!! Because the citizens of that country are forced to work for cheap.

  5. Modified Aam Aadmi on March 16, 2014 at 11:06 pm

    Open Questions for Mr. Arvind Kejariwal

    1. When was the “Sampoorna Parivartan” registered and what is the registration number and other details of the NGO?

    2. When was ‘Parivartan’ created out of Sampoorna Parivartana? Is it true that Sampoorna Parivartan was given a grant of 80000 dollars by Ford Foundation in 2002 and only on aspect of looting money , different groups were created?

    3. Is it true that you continue to claim the legal status of Parivartan as follow: “Parivartan is not registered under any Act as a society or a trust or a Company. It is a people’s movement. For Income Tax purposes, it is an Association of Persons.”

    4. Is it true that you advertised through various medium in June 2002 that “All donations made to Parivartan are tax exempt under section 80 G. Parivartan is also registered under section 12A of Income Tax Act. “? Is this not misleading information aimed to dupe Samaritans?

    5. Did you receive funds from the World Bank for your campaign of Jan Sunvai in Delhi under the banner of Parivartan? When Parivartan was not registered, how was the fund routed?

    6. Is it true that the World Bank featured the insignificant work of Parivartan in their Report ,”Social Accountability Stocktaking Exercise for South and East Asia. Washington, DC: World Bank Institute. (2005)(pp.30-32)
    http://www.worldbank.org/socialaccountability_sourcebook/Regional%20database/Case%20studies%20on%20s

    7. Is it true that you were selected for the Magsaysay Award only after featuring in this World Bank report ?Is it also true that Narayan Murthy, the INFOSYS Chief is a Trustee of Ford Foundation and pushed for your award?

    8. Is it true that in your biography as prepared by the Ramon Magsaysay Foundation, the first reference has been made to the CIA(Central intelligence of America)?Is it a mere coincidence or Freudian slippage that reveals the true character?

    9. Is it true that a New York University researcher Shimrit Lee worked with your organization, Kabeer in 2009-10 and advised you for launching a Colour Revolution kind of political mobilization in India? Is it true that subsequently she went to Egypt and witnessed the Tahrir uprising?Is it also true that she advised in 2010 for public protest in India and creation of mohalla and gram sabhas? Did you seek clearance from Home Ministry for hosting a suspicious researcher who has been active in the Middle east, Chad in Africa, required as per law of the land?

    10. Is it true that you represented Sampoorna Parivartan NGO and the Secretary of the NGO that you had founded worked in the Commission Advisory Committee of the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission constituted vide the NOTIFICATION No. F.1(135)/DERC/2000-01/5092 Delhi, the 27th March, 2003 and therefore you bear the sole responsibility for the crisis in Delhi caused by power hike and installation of faulty metres?

    11. Is it true that you talk about transparency but shut down the website of both Parivartan and KabIr when the same came under scrutiny in 2012?

    12. Is it true that synchronous with your action in concealing the issue of dubious foreign funding for ulterior political motives, the Ford Foundation has also hidden all the details about funding to Kabir when this blog post appeared in October 2012 and was widely attracting the attention of patriotic Indians, thereby pointing to your complicity with dubious foreign organizations?

    13. Is it true that you sought funds from foreign embassies, including that of Dutch Embassy even after being aware that all Dutch funding to Indian NGOs was stopped between 2002-2008 since those funds percolated to anti-national forces as per government reports?

    14.The greatest challenge is National security. Is it true that Mr Binayak Sen and Soni Sori are both convicted by Courts for treason (deshdroh) and are on bail? What are they doing in your Party. Is it true that Sabyasachi who has Rs 5 laks on his head is also joining your party.

    15. Your Moradabad candidate is a Bank defaulter and J&K candidate Makbool batt is a terrorist sympathiser and a molester in 2010? Your Haryana candidate is a retired Civil Servant who took action against Ashok Khema in favour of Robert Vadra? Your Saharanpur candidate Yogesh Dahiya has FIR against him for Rs 300 Crores Farmer land fraud. Can you say something on that…

    16. Rahul Kanwal gave you proof of somnath’s indulgence in internet spam business and also he ran porn site teen-boys.net. What action will you take?

    17. Do you think Rajiv Gandhi decision to overrule Supreme Court decision on Shah Bano correct and do you believe Chandra Mohan becoming Chand Mohammad just for another marriage was right ? Do you believe only Minority (and not poor Hindus) have first right on our natural resources ? If no, do you support Common Civil Code where all are equal before law.

    18. We talk of bringing Pakistan Occupied Kashmir back to India whereas even our J&K is different from rest of India Even our Constitution don’t work there. Do you agree that we have to repeal Art 370 to wholly integrate J&K to India.

    19 Is it true that Anjani Damania Director, SVV Developers purchased land from tribals by giving false affidavit that she is a Farmer and then sold it with a profit of Crores of rupees after change of Land use. If yes, then what is the difference between Robert Vadra and Damania ?And is it true that Prashant Bhushan got farmahouses worth crores in Noida and Himachal Pradesh at throwaway prices and HP govt has initiated action against him.

    20. Do you have Gangajal with you where everyone becomes honest after coming in AAP. Sanjay Singh was in Samajwadi Party from 1998 ro 2005 when SP was more notorious and now how come Sanjay Singh is honest. Yogendra was in Sonia Gandhi’s NAC and was praising her then and suddenly Sonia is corrupt. Kundan Singh of AAP Bihar unit was a history sheeter now has he become honest ? Ashok khemka, IAS was transferred 40 times in 20 yrs of service but you were never transferred out of Delhi for which you used Sonia Gandhi’s sifarish letter. Also, there are allegations that you have given wrong figures to Election Commission regarding your property at Indirapuram Ghaziabad. Is it true ?

    Sh Ashwini Upadhyay, former AAP Founder Member has also asked you some questions. When will you reply. Also , you created all drama on your janlokpal and Delhi Police .Can you give an affidavit that after passage your Janlokpal there will be zero corruption or if Delhi Police comes under you, there will be no rape, murders in Delhi? Please if you actually mean what you say, then be serous.

    You call yourself Gandhivadi but you should follow the same with actions and also by speech. You language is highly cheap. You make Ms Mayawati’s Bhashan sound like Geeta Vani. Or is it your upbringing? You speak of your elders the same way? and that too without proof. For Gandhivad- you have to develop a feeling of TYAG(Sacrifice) first- like Anna Hazare. You only offer scripted line that you donot want to be CM/PM but you try every dirty trick in the book to get it. You speak what others did not do- also say what YOU will do !!!!

    Sir, you ask what is governance ??? I will tell you what Governance and activism is- Activism is like a son who demands Moon from his father or cries for expensive toys- he has no sense of responsibility. But, Governance is like that poor father who has to work hard to make two ends meet and has to work overtime, extra hard for his child’s demands. Father can never QUIT. You, on the other hand, have been always quitting from responsibility and want everything on you plate as per your liking… You are mentally unstable and wand to make the Country unstable.

    • Vidya on March 19, 2014 at 11:04 am

      Very nice explanation at the end regarding roles of activists and government. I will remember that! Thanks.

    • navneet on March 19, 2014 at 9:45 pm

      Sir better enroll for PHD on arvind kejiwal. If you think you are better then pl come in front , dont hide as modified aam admi . Instead use super khas admi.

  6. desi_geek on March 16, 2014 at 11:11 pm

    You are a classic case of a modi supporter who has a problem with Arvind shifting focus to Modi’s corruption. There are so many holes in your argument even salman khan will shy away from cracking his dabangg joke.

    “you resigned in 49 days” – So? should he shamelessly stay on like MMS and others and enjoy the perks of being a CM even when he is not being allowed to do what he came for. You should be appreciative that you got a CM who sacrificed a position on principals. A position many would kill for.

    “i was never in favor of your going national” – who are you to decide for the whole country? You and I sir can wait for another 5 years. The poor dying farmer cannot.

    “Why stop finding any fault with Sheila ji ” Do you keep telling people same thing, even when they have got it.

    “Why target Modi. He isn’t the one who has run the economy into a giant hole” Just because you dont know the facts, will you ridicule others? There are many reports floating around. One example specially for you: http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-cag-finds-irregularities-of-rs26672-cr-in-narendra-modi-govt-1669770

    “Why have you not mentioned Vadra ji and his alleged misdeeds?” – Hear of Focus? Arvind cant target everybody all the time. Try hearing any of Yogendra Yadav’s speeches. He is the big local issue in Gurgaon.

    “How do you expect to suddenly find hundreds of super honest people ” – look at the candidates. 250 already announced.

  7. Abhishek on March 16, 2014 at 11:12 pm

    See Aam Aadmi Party as not being only AK and you’ll see the difference. Moreover, the things you listed seems you’re defending your own “definition” of good governance. He and his government through unconventional means achieved a lot. A LOT I might add.

    He’s impatient, he’s ‘krantikari’ and he doesn’t hesistate blaming others, but isn’t that what most of want to do anyway. This system by staying silent on important issues has subverted to lowest possible ever. So, someone has to do both. Re-invent governance though novel ways (which AAP is doing by bringing together a great team) and at the same time, shout out loud the “real issues” ailing this country.

    And finally, about your “And what’s with your obsession with Modi ji”. Well, It’s not AK’s fault that “Modi’s” keeping ‘mum’ on all the legitimate point. Imagine, you’re going to an interview and you show a CV. But when they ask you questions, tough questions (Cause you bragged your ass out in your CV) you stay mum. Would you call it a stunt against interviee. Modi’s tainted past has been glorified beyond anything by successful PR. I personally would never want him as PM. But still, if he can provide answers and justify his positive claims, I’ll be glad to accept him for a term. But is he doing that? I don’t think so. Are you questioning him (Modi). No, Instead you’re questioning those who are questioning him. And for that He’s not answering!

  8. Kempawad on March 17, 2014 at 1:28 am

    My dear,

    This USELESS man called Arvind Kejriwal doesn’t know who is his real father is. So don’t think of wasting your precious life on this kind of bastards. There is plenty scope for doing something different and better for yourself and the Nation. So try to concentrate on identifying what best you can for yourself and your Nation.

  9. Not an AAPtard on March 17, 2014 at 4:02 am

    chutia #AAPtards

  10. Ms on March 17, 2014 at 9:16 am

    Hawww! Your hero is KRAAP (khisak raha aam aadmi party). He is not a gandhiwadi, he is a bhaashanwadi!

  11. Ruminating Optimist on March 17, 2014 at 12:45 pm

    I am in the same boat as you are. Though I was a late convert, with concerns about his means of fighting corruption (and not the end of eradicating corruption), I had started believing that he was finally the answer to the biggest problem faced by our country. However, the first few decisions after taking over the Delhi Government, viz. water, electricity and reservation in DU, and I started questioning my decision. But as you rightly said, there is still a glimmer of hope, assuming somebody advises him on the means, keeping the same end result in mind.

  12. nilu on March 17, 2014 at 9:47 pm

    Kejriwal is a congress agent. It is now clear to everyone. People of India and congress will teach him.pls wait and watch.

  13. Dinanath Dinkar on March 17, 2014 at 11:18 pm

    You have raised a few valid questions. Suffice it to know that there are many who still believe in him. Why don’t you discuss your points with them? Surprisingly, in the age of the internet, it’s very, very simple to get any body else’s point of view.

    Maybe their point of view will clear things up for you.

    https://www.facebook.com/AamAadmiParty

  14. rajivk1 on March 18, 2014 at 10:15 am

    Was he not deemed to be drowned by politicians, bureucrats, corporates and news channels !?
    I still would like to bet on the only chance – Arvind Kejriwal.
    If he was power hungry, why would he quit – politicians can even kill god to get on the chair.

  15. Vinayak Sood on March 18, 2014 at 12:07 pm

    It’s high time people have a deep look in a mirror and realise that his actions are misleading and self destructive.

  16. akshatha vinayak on March 19, 2014 at 1:02 am

    I was also very disappointed when kejriwal resigned after 49 days but I still think he deserves another chance. We have always given enough time and support for our so called ‘strong ruling party’ and ‘ strong non-ruling party’ . Even with this kind of support there is no improvement in our country. And more over I feel we are criticising kejriwal too much, if we had done this to our so called strong leaders, our country would have been a better place by now. When we can give so much time to other leaders then why can’t we give some more time and another chance for a person who has the courage to oppose strong leaders.

  17. Aman on March 19, 2014 at 12:27 pm

    But Don`t we think for a second that how a vested interested of someone has made us fools and dictate us dreams and we foolish (now i stop calling myself aap admi) mango people get carried away so easily. i this continues and God Forbidden Mr. Kejriwal becomes PM he will simply sell the country and politely say, ” Humay PM ki Kursee thori chaheeay hum to desh badalnay aaay that so humnay badal(Baych) diya.

    It`s just like 3 idiots speech a word replaced chamtkar to baltkar. He will also replace Baldalnay to baychnay. Hum to desh Bachnay Aay thay so humnay Baych diya. In congress walon say 60 saal main nahi bika BJP bhi nahi baych paaee humnay bachdiya.

    And we mango People will only get Babaji ka Thulu.

  18. A P Chamoli on March 20, 2014 at 12:11 pm

    Delhi was just the stepping stone for Arvind Kejriwal.. He knew that he has hit the nerve of aam aadmi and he left Delhi Throne just to fulfill his ambition of becoming supreme in India… Just because elections were approaching and he didn’t have time to go national. He is least bothered of this nation. Had it been so he should have first corrected the system in Delhi as Modi has done it in Gujarat before going in for PM. He’s doing nothing but to destabilise the Indian politics…. it seems that just because of Arvind Kejriwal we are going to get a hanged government.. .which is even worst for our country.. PL. DO NOT CONSIDER AAM AADMI PARTY in this elections otherwise we will land nowhere..

  19. Ramamurthy on March 22, 2014 at 9:20 am

    Yes corruption is bad.Mr Man Mohan Singh is supposed to be honest.What is the use?

  20. Mehul Sanghavi on March 23, 2014 at 6:58 pm

    Aam aadmi party is not bothered of the votes of people who understand politics.they are same like congress.they want votes from people who cannot understand politics. The agitation against price rise of gas in delhi was to get the votea of rickshaw wallas which will give them majority in delhi and not for people who are affected by gas prices in their daily life. Aap same as congress has nothing to do with common mans problems.they will just woo the minorities and agitate for their vote bank.xome into power and again the same story of corruprion and our helplesness. Educated ones, this is the time to prove that we are esuxates and xountry xannot be run only on the dominance of the minoriry and poor peoples votes(who dont have money for eating proper food, education is miles away from them).there are many issues which this paid media is not taking into account, let us all this election show that we have not kept our eyes closed.

  21. ASHOK SEHGAL on March 23, 2014 at 8:06 pm

    dear Arvind Kejriwalji
    Jaihind
    soft reminder
    it is high time that you organise a close door meeting with VOLUNTEERS with no media coverage no mobiles no interference of any outsider or even party officials
    just YOU and the VOLUNTEERS
    this is going to be the first and firm step toward binding our NATION
    clarity and the transparency is the key to success and we have really lost too much time in between on lesser important issues
    Volunteers are the main source of building our NATION
    they all have to be disciplined and guided properly by the learned and experienced people of our party
    selection of volunteers for key positions has to be done by professionals that include people from different back ground need not to be politician only instead psychologist, administrator, businessman, lecturer, government official, RWA representative etc can be included in the jury of course you may watch then talk to each other silently under the cover ? that’s your option .
    Arvindji
    TRUST AND FAITH can not be developed in a day, sometimes full life is not enough !
    please do something but do it fast !
    Looking forward to seeing you soon.
    best wishes
    ashok sehgal
    9810650011

  22. Rajeshwari on March 27, 2014 at 4:31 pm

    What a letter Sir!! You have rightly grilled Mr. Question Kejriwal, who is always asking questions and make big sayings like “Humen kisi gaddi ka moh nahin hai, hum yahan CM/PM banne nahin aaye”, all political parties are bhrasht, falan uski jeb mein, itne kisanon ne aatmhatya kar lee”…blah bhah….I mean what is this? He seems to be in love with some revolutions recently taken place in Arab countries. By hurling national flag and singing songs, he think he can make people fool and they will vote for AAP again that too on the national level, but forgets, this is our Bharat, and we are not that dumb that can’t differentiate between true patriotism and fake nationalism. Once bitten, twice shy…heard it na?

    • OptimisticSoul on April 5, 2014 at 3:04 am

      It’s sad to see people to have a mentality as you do. You need to appreciate the fact that atleast his intentions are pro-postive change and pro-development. In our everyday lives full of comfort, we forget that their are millions other not getting access to basic amenities because of the corruption that is so deeply rooted in our system. If someone wants to bring change, we should appreciate that than criticise and mock.

  23. […] was to change everything and show us the light at the end of the tunnel? Blah. I’ve already written about my disappointment with him. The man’s a showman at best, blessed with the gift of the gab that makes people forget their […]

  24. OptimisticSoul on April 5, 2014 at 2:58 am

    People need to understand that Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is a common man, like any one of us trying to bring positive change in a country which is full of lazy, coward people who have a sick mentality and have surrendered to the ways of politics that exists. Mr. Kejriwal talks about a need for equality and you, claiming to be his follower, are contradicting your own beliefs by stating that he should be a ‘khaas’ aam aadmi among us ‘aam’ aadmis. We need to understand that he cannot change India or even a part of it in a day or even 49 days for that matter, change comes slowly. The other parties have had numerous years to bring change but how much ‘positive’ change do we actually see and we expect Mr. Kejriwal to bring change in a jiffy. We need to be patient and we need to stop criticising people unless we have a viable alternative. If you have seen his interviews, you must have realised that like the other ‘illiterate’ and ‘ignorant’ party representatives, atleast Mr. Kejriwal’s arguments are sensible and to the point.

  25. Suraj Khandelwal on April 7, 2014 at 8:50 pm

    Superbly Put.. So nicely written. One of the best articles that I have come across. Thanks for writing…

  26. Deepak Kumar on April 14, 2014 at 11:03 am

    exact truth……well written !

  27. Gaurav on April 14, 2014 at 11:12 am

    U are right in many aspects but for me I never wanted any heroics from Arvind Kejriwal .. Just an honest effort at governance.. Even if he failed after 5 years, we could have given him marks for trying..

    Alas, he quit..

  28. Heena on April 14, 2014 at 11:23 am

    Paid agents DO NOT improve by criticism or any other Lali tricks.

    They can be PURCHASED only. If Modi needs services he is currently giving to Madam, just out-bid her and retain him for next phase of elections.

    As simple as that.

    Hope he do not have hourly charges.

  29. Pratiksha on April 15, 2014 at 3:37 pm

    Many people are feeling the same. But don’t end your life for any reason. Staying alive you can bring a change, not otherwise. In fact our country needs people like you, who are honest.

  30. soumo on September 22, 2014 at 1:43 pm

    wow you aaptards really are naive.

  31. AAP supporter on September 22, 2014 at 10:28 pm

    You are clearly paid by bjp, look at the way you write, modi-ji, anil-ji. The ji says it all. You hipocrate

  32. Kanu on September 23, 2014 at 9:31 pm

    lol well whoever wrote this open letter is an Andhbhakt and He will soon start saying that AAP was far better and BJP is nothing but a bunch of lies and Fake Propaganda.

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