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AAP hungry for power

The Aam Aadmi Party is recruiting people and asking some of them to contest the Lok Sabha election against big names of the Congress and the BJP. Many people keen to join the party as they feel that might receive a ticket to contest the election easily. Those activists who have worked in the past holding various crusades are of course entitled to try and reap the benefits of power such as Ms Anjali Damania. Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia may not contest the Lok Sabha election and wait for Delhi polls because they will feel secure in that manner. If you think that Kejriwal will contest against Modi and Sisodia against Mayawati then forget about it as they are very intelligent.

I will compare AAP to Maoists because they are systematically weakening our nation using their brain. The youth might possess more knowledge than their parents but it does not mean that they will bad mouth the parents and berate them. Can they perform “Dand-Baithak” as demonstrated by Baba Ramdev in a channel recently which was amazing? If he can work along with Narendra Modi then both can do wonders. Corruption is prevalent in all walks of life in our country. I agree with Kejriwal that we should not break our head too much on small corruption involving a few rupees at lower level but must target organized corruption at higher levels. That is setting a dangerous precedent.

I used to visit our Marine House in Kolkata for some work and the head clerk will always say, “Aasun Singh babu, kuri taka deen na” (give me twenty rupees). He will order “Singhada” ( samosa) and tea. Later, all of us will have food together and crack some jokes and work progresses. It appeared so normal that we never thought that it too was a corrupt activity.
Our politicians have become greedy and ill-mannered and we must target such kind of persons. Capable leaders like Narendra Modi must lead this country instead of smart leaders like Kumar Biswas.

Howsoever bad persons like P Chidambaram, Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Arun Jaitley, Harish Salve, Jyotiradiya Scindia, Rajesh Pilot, Subramanian Swamy, Derek O’Brien, Rajnath Singh etc; may be but can these newcomers ( loudmouths) of AAP match them?

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