I am not able to understand how and why some of us seem to see no hope in Arvind Kejriwal’s honesty, idealism, courage, determination, administrative abilities, humility, simplicity and intelligence.
Isn’t this what we had been hoping for all along? Those of us chose and supported him have lots to be proud of. This is why I am Proud of India Today. Not India of Yesteryears.
Ofcourse he is not going to be able to please everybody – nobody can.
Ofcourse he is going to make mistakes. And these mistakes will not include crime, misuse of power or corruption.
Sometimes those who support him will not agree with him – obviously. Is it possible to agree with someone on everything?
What matters is that his every action and every statement indicates that he has immense respect for and faith in India’s Constitution. The 17 issues that he has listed and his 20-point action plan, which he started working on immediately (and some criticised him for being in a hurry 🙄 ) are issues nobody else seemed to consider important till now.
Social Work was seen as NGO’s area of work. When did we last see a CM aware of and interested in what they were elected for? Maybe we have never seen Indian political leaders actually working for anything other than creating vote banks or creating wealth for themselves.
I can’t understand the unwillingness (of only a small minority hopefully!) to give clean, honest leadership a chance.
Weren’t we complaining about the lack of role models for today’s youth?
I am sure our future generations will read about this aam aadmi who changed the way elections, power, governance, vote banks and the freedoms and the rights of the common citizen were seen by both those who ‘came to power’ by ‘fighting’ elections, and by those who thought they had to choose from the Evil or the Lesser Evil?
Why Don’t Indians Understand their Rights? – Bhagwad Jal Park
RTI, Criminals In Elections. Now They Want to Tear up The Consitution. – Bhagwad Jal Park
Hazare didn’t subvert democracy – he strengthened it! – Bhagwad Jal Park
Modi, Tell me What you are FOR. Not what you are AGAINST – Bhagwad Jal Park
I Wish I Could Vote for the BJP But… – Bhagwad Jal Park
Time to Legalize Internet Hate Speech – Bhagwad Jal Park