The Aam Aadmi Party :A Summary of it’s Story

Posted: June 7, 2014 in Uncategorized

Around 5 months ago,the city-state of Delhi witnessed what some might call ‘a turn-around’ of epic proportions.The honourable chief minister Mr Arvind kejriwal put in his papers which resulted in an uproar in the national capital.Media Persons made the situation worse by magnifying the problem and suggesting absurd theories for this resignation.The so called ‘intellectuals’ were not far behind as they criticized Kejriwal for not being able to handle the pressure and for betraying the peoples trust.

The actual reason for the resignation is believed to be the failure of the introduction of the Jan Lokpal Bill.It is believed that Mr Kejriwal’s frustration knew no bounds after the bill was scrapped.

After resignation ,Mr Kejriwal contested in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections held across the country in the months of April and May from the constituency of Varanasi however, Kejri’s ‘Aam aadmi image’ was no match for Narendra Modi ,the golden child of Indian politics whose victory did not come as a surprise.

After a disappointing performance in the General Elections,with 4 seats,It seems that the Aam Aadmi Party won’t be forming the central government this time around.All they can hope for is probably making a little difference while they are in the opposition of the parliament.

The latest reports say that ‘Kejri’ is hoping to form the government in Delhi …again.Well this time the man says that he wont resign and go on ‘Dharnas’ so frivolously.

I wish Mr Arvind Kejriwal the best for all his future endeavours and hope that he can bring about a change in Indian Governance and politics.

This time will the Hero of the common men fight for the masses or betray the public’s trust …………………again?

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