The people of Delhi who casted the votes to Aam Aadmi Party have been repenting on their decision as the national convenor of the party who had took the reins of Delhi a year ago failed to serve anything to the people.
People are up in arms against the Chief Minister, Kejriwal who is busy in self-publicity and forgotten the interests of people of Delhi. The AAP supremo has been projecting himself as a super hero in the different national newspapers.
Broken promise of Kejriwal
When he had took the reins of the national capital, he promised the people that he would not act like other politicians as he would hold the open darbars in the city to hear the problems of the people. However, the Chief Minister had held only a single darbar in a year. He started acted like other leaders and refrained himself from meeting the public.
The Chief Minister started avoiding the public as he is on the self-promotion. Sumith Awasthi, a resident of Tilak Nagar said that the Chief Minister is not on the invisible mode. He can be seen on the television channels or in the big advertisements of the newspapers.
Kejri visible in ads only
All the national newspapers of different states carried the advertisements of the one year completion of AAP government in Delhi. The advertisements were not small but there were full page ads. When the national convenor visited Punjab for five days, the national English dailies carried three page advertisements of the achievements of Kejriwal’s government in Delhi.
According to the information from the government officials of Delhi, the concerned department has given the directions to give advertisements of achievements of the government in different newspapers publishing from every state. The officials told that the government feels that the maximum advertisements in the media would highlight the party and the people would be misguided easily.
Even the Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken had raised questions over the advertisements and he approached the High court also. The case is going on in the court. A year ago, the High court had pulled up AAP government for wasting taxpayers’ money in self-projection.