Category Archives: AAP Publicity

AAP played politics dirty politics again in Delhi

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Whenever something happens in the country, the Aam Aadmi Party always comes first to take the political mileage. The Deputy of the Delhi Chief Minister has come out with the latest trick to get the publicity.

A former OROP soldier committed suicide in Delhi and the Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia tried to play politics with the death of the victim in the hospital.

Manish Sisodia went to Delhi’s Ram Manohar Lohia hospital to meet the kin of the soldier and he tried to play politics over there by addressing the gathering. In the meantime, the Delhi police cops detained him and later released.

According to the police, the Deputy Chief Minister tried to obstruct the work of the hospital and was making the speeches in the premises of the hospital. The police officials told that the leaders should understand they can’t do politics in the premises of the hospital.

Subedar Ram Kishen Grewal allegedly poisoned himself on the lawns of a government building in Delhi. The foolish AAP leaders always commit such blunders to get the publicity.

Sisodia was playing politics to grab the attention of the public and how to mean he is that he didn’t think once to give a political speech in the premises of the hospital where the victim breathed his last.

It is not the first such incident when AAP leaders performed a cheap stunt to gain political mileage. The family of the victim was crying and the Deputy Chief Minister instead of maintaining silence started talking about the Delhi’s government achievements.

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Kejriwal’s Foot Lands In His Mouth Yet Again With Tall Claims Of SAD, Cong Association

 

Ever so diligently surrounded by innumerable controversies, Delhi’s ruling party Chief Arvind Kejriwal once again successfully put his own shoe in his mouth, by claiming an underlying understanding between Shiromani Akali Dal and Congress. To which Punjab’s chief minister Parkash Singh Badal took a huge objection, calling the said claims flawed and a “bunch of lies”.

At his sangant darshan on Sunday, Badal allegedly claimed that Punjab and Punjab govtment can never associate themselves with attackers of golden temple, and that any kind of alliance between the parties is unthinkable.

“Shiromani Akali Dal can never even think of having any sort of adjustment with the party which had attacked Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple), perpetrated the carnage of innocent Sikhs in Delhi and which had done grave injustice to the state by depriving us of our capital, river waters and even Punjabi speaking areas,” he said. Slamming Kejriwal, the Akali leader said he is “issuing baseless and irrational statements just for vested political interests,” Badal said

“Kejriwal is also suffering from anti-Punjab syndrome and does not have basic knowledge about the state,” he claimed. The chief minister further alleged that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is lacking an agenda for development of the state and trying to mislead the people by hollow slogans. The administration is not run by hollow slogans as work has to be done on ground level to ensure welfare of the people, he added.

“AAP is like a house of cards which is likely to collapse even before the state assembly polls. AAP leadership neither has any character nor they were having any ideology and their sole motive is to assume power for plundering the state,” Badal.

“The allegations of party tickets being sold being leveled by AAP cadres were reflection of moral degradation in politics,” he alleged.

He further on drew the light towards Kejriwal’s propaganda of defaming his party under such fallacies, claiming Kejriwal’s statement as baseless and irrational, he said “suffers from an anti-Punjab syndrome and has no knowledge about the state”. Badal said the AAP was bereft of any agenda for development of the state. Describing Punjab Congress chief as a “king of palaces”, Badal said.

Aam Aadmi Party spent Aam Aadmi Paisa on advertisements

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The Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi led by so-called Aam Aadmi and the Chief Minister of Delhi lavishly spent the public money on advertisements as the country’s top auditor slammed the government in its 55 pages report.

As per the report, the Delhi government spent around Rs 33 crore on a single advertisement campaign and 85 percent of the amount from the campaign was spent outside Delhi.

The report of the CAG stated that the Delhi government led by AAP spent the public money lavishly on self-projection through the advertisement. Pointing at an advertisement, the report revealed that a person was talking about the party, not the government so the party’s name was projected in the ad on state exchequer’s money.

The CAG report slammed the Delhi government for using taxpayers’ money on an advertisement campaign projecting the party’s name instead of Delhi government. The top auditor has stated that the advertisement was the party’s campaign so the party should have paid the expenses.

As per the report, the Delhi government spent Rs 526 crore on self-glorification and only provided the details of Rs 100 crore spent on the ad campaigns. The CAG has also questioned the Delhi government for spending Rs 70 lakhs on ads blaming the centre government for the poor law and order situation in the national capital.

The government spent Rs 70 lakh for bashing the Modi government on public money.

Even the CAG report has raised the questions at three ads in which the AAP party mentioned its achievements. The party has claimed to accomplish few projects which are still not completed actually.

The lavish expenditure of the Delhi government for the publicity especially for AAP party made the CAG angry for spending the state exchequer’s money on the self-projection of the party.

First time in the history of Delhi, a party has changed its colours from Aam Aadmi to Khas Aadmi Party and misused the public money by ignoring all the promises made to the public.

Aam Aadmi Party Goes Astray

In the recent times Aam Aadmi Party has been in the NEWS, and for all the wrong reasons. It has been established that they can stoop to any level for political gains. The party doesn’t even shy away from wooing the hardliner Sikh organizations to attract the Sikh votes. AAP’s Punjab affairs in charge Sanjay Singh and Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann were seen addressing public gatherings which were attended by hardliner leaders at the recently held Sarbat Khalsa gathering. At many places the party banners also contained the photos of slain Khalistan separatist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.

From what was meant to be a gathering to address the yet unresolved woes of the Sikh community, the “Sarbat Khalsa” turned into a propaganda by AAP. Therefore, again misleading the people present at the gathering at the behest of fake promises. It almost seemed like many participating members of the party were there just to evoke Khalistani sentiments just for the sake of votes for the forthcoming assembly elections in Punjab. Not to mention, the usual way that AAP deals with its election polls.

We all have seen by the virtue of experience, how AAP can resort to extreme measure unless their personal agenda for pages is met with. An example of that is infamous journalist Jarnail Singh who made news in 2009 when he hurled a shoe at P. Chidambram. Jarnail Singh later joined AAP and contested the general election in 2014 and later the Delhi assembly election in 2015. Today he is an MLA. But what many didn’t know was his views on Khalistan and that he had addressed a rally in London in 2011 showing support for the creation of a separate Sikh state. There are many video proofs available on YouTube, which shows Jarnail Singh’s support and demand for Khalistan.

For a party that offers a perception of themselves as being a non-extremist and conformist party, the actions that they display aren’t in line with the image they wish to project. The extremism that they support – be it khalistani agenda’s, or acting out against a man who holds the reigns of the nations. AAP has done it all.

It is absolutely justified that people feel cheated in terms of what they were shown versus what they got. And unfortunately for them, they need to live with their decision. Let’s hope Kejriwal and party mean the promises that they are currently making at the Punjab & Goa by polls and not (yet again) like Delhi, making false and empty promises.

Reduction in ad budget by AAP is an eye wash

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In a span of two years, the party set aside Rs 726 crores for publicity only

In the maiden budget, the ruling AAP regime had set aside a budget of Rs 526 crores on advertisements and self-publicity. The public money was lavishly spent on the advertisements and hoardings in the city. Even the advertisements were given to the all national newspapers. In all the main editions of national and regional newspapers, the AAP supremo’s ads were published. The party which boasted of its principles of idealism changed its stance after forming the government in the national capital. The exchequer’s money wasted on the luxury flights, personal security and political tours of the Delhi CM, Arvind Kejriwal.

AAP breaks all the records in Indian politics

If we talk about the records in Indian politics, then AAP emerged as winner. The credit goes to the AAP national convenor and Delhi CM, Arvind Kejriwal. In the history of this country, no state’s CM has spent such a huge amount on advertisements and self-publicity. In all the states, the ad budget never crosses Rs 60 to Rs70 crores in a year but in the first year the government lavishly spent Rs 526 crore.

In second budget AAP reduced the ad budget, but in two years the total amount is Rs 726 crore.    

Though the AAP government has cut down the ad budget and this time it is Rs 207 crores. One should ask question from the government that this time even the budget is very much higher as compare to the other states. The total calculation of the ad budget of previous year and the present, it is Rs 726 crores. In such a big amount the ruling government could have start the welfare schemes.

For Aam Aadmi Canteen, only Rs 10 crore allocated

The government proposed Aam Aadmi canteens for the migrant population and allocated Rs 10 crore only. A resident of Delhi raised finger at the AAP government that why the government is partial in ad budget and a meagre amount for Aam Aadmi canteens.

Reference:

http://www.newindianexpress.com/cities/delhi/Delhi-Government-Trims-Publicity-Budget-to-200-Crore/2016/03/28/article3350887.ece