AAP Ki Khatir

The govt. of Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has hit a new low. With a leader like Kejriwal leading them, it’s not possible to expect a fate that would result in otherwise with them.

Every step of the way, we see the CM blaming the central government for the party’s faulty decisions. If only, they put that much effort in enhancing the positive rather than under stating the negatives or blaming others for their lapses in judgment. Which is inexcusable when running the capital of the country.

Not long ago, the CM was seen at loggerheads with Lt.Gen.  Najib Jung. An attempt at gaining media and public attention as a part of his political propaganda. Unfortunately for him, it backfired and depopularized him instead of the Lt.General.

The deadlock between Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is not the first in Delhi, but previous disagreements between the two top executives have always been resolved through dialogue but Kejriwal is no mood to end the impasse.


In the run-up to assembly polls in Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal made tall promises and majority of the promises were impractical & unrealistic. Unable to live up his word, Kejriwal started indulging in blame game to divert public attention. Be it ensuring women safety, regularizing contractual workers or putting authorized tag on 1600 unauthorized colonies in Delhi, Kejriwal has some excuse ready up his sleeves for his inaction.


Delhi voters gave Kejriwal a thumping majority in hope of change and they were expecting him to deliver what was promised. But to their sheer disappointment all they have witnessed in last one year is, his lame excuses and blame-game.


The series continue, with Kejriwal’s unrelenting spirit to ensure his own downfall. What he does not realize is- it’s leading to the downfall of the capital of the country. Which way will it go? The end of Kejriwal’s reign or the complete disintegration of the system? Only time will tell.

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