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Blue_Peafowl   
Member since: Dec 08
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 02-05-17 19:46:10

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Originally posted by Confused_Canadian

The kind of trouble BJP government gave him, anybody who can think with an unbiased mind can make out why the things turned out that way it is. AK may have messed up on few occasions and missed his chance , I only hope something good will come out of this and in future we will have better parties to choose from than BJP and Congress.




Can you en-light us on any ( i say any) good work AAP has been done since they came to power in Delhi ?

No , i m not talking about fake claims/blames


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Confused_Canadian   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 02-05-17 20:56:12

No I am not talking about any of its good work. The kind of energy AAP brought into Indian politics was very positive, he started well (like transparency in election funding) and then lost his way. If AK was a matured leader he would have navigated more carefully and kept his focus in building up Delhi. BJP simply did not support him in routine administration and kept him busy with unproductive things.now he paid the price.

I hope with all this new leadership emerges, better party, with better agenda will come in future





Quote:
Originally posted by Blue_Peafowl

Quote:
Originally posted by Confused_Canadian

The kind of trouble BJP government gave him, anybody who can think with an unbiased mind can make out why the things turned out that way it is. AK may have messed up on few occasions and missed his chance , I only hope something good will come out of this and in future we will have better parties to choose from than BJP and Congress.




Can you en-light us on any ( i say any) good work AAP has been done since they came to power in Delhi ?

No , i m not talking about fake claims/blames





zindabad   
Member since: Sep 12
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 03-05-17 07:11:50

AAP is going to be dissolved very soon. AAP was formed by the Congress just to counter BJP and AAP leaders are also wants to do the damages sitting in opposition but unfortunately they got clear mandate and they have no option but to form the Govt. They have also tried to damage the country from Bihar and UP where they were not contesting elections but appealing to people for voting against the BJP. They are very well funded by the Congress and congress wants to keep them in opposition only. Have you ever seen Kejru criticizing Sonia or Rahul. Every thing is crystal clear.



Garvo Gujarati   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 05-05-17 08:34:37

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Originally posted by zindabad

AAP is going to be dissolved very soon.



I don't think that will happen too soon. There are enough supporters to sustain this party for a little longer time. There are about 24% people who voted for AAP. That means in Delhi 1 in 4 people!

Now it is interesting to analyse who these people are. AAP really haven't deliver anything substantial. By any standards they are as corrupt as others, if not more. In fact they are most innovative in terms of doing corruption. On many issues their stand was clearly anti-national. And other than locking horns with central government and dramas they can't claim anything else.

Probably those people are born BJP-haters. No matter what Modi will do they will remain the same. Now as Congress is not going to be main force, AAP still have a room for such people, no matter how many times Arvind can fool them.




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Delhite   
Member since: Nov 04
Posts: 938
Location: Brampton

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 05-05-17 10:06:47

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Originally posted by Garvo Gujarati
I don't think that will happen too soon. There are enough supporters to sustain this party for a little longer time. There are about 24% people who voted for AAP. That means in Delhi 1 in 4 people!

Now it is interesting to analyse who these people are. AAP really haven't deliver anything substantial. By any standards they are as corrupt as others, if not more. In fact they are most innovative in terms of doing corruption. On many issues their stand was clearly anti-national. And other than locking horns with central government and dramas they can't claim anything else.

Probably those people are born BJP-haters. No matter what Modi will do they will remain the same. Now as Congress is not going to be main force, AAP still have a room for such people, no matter how many times Arvind can fool them.



If you think the AAP is an anti-national party, why the central govt. is still leaving them out. They should be behind the bars or should be sent to Pakistan with their supporters. Seems like the govt. is incapable of stopping such anti-national activities. To me, it is nothing but another 56 inch Avatar of Manmohan Singh - whether it is the front of Kashmir or dealing with the insults of our soldiers. The promises made by the Pradhan Sevak during the last elections have started circulating on social media. It was promised to clean up the parliament by sending all MP's pending cases to special courts where the judgement will be taken in 100 days. Have you heard of any corrupt MP behind the bar? Same happened to the black money stashed abroad.

Delhi is not the whole country. Lets AAP do whatever they want to do in Delhi. If they won't do good, they will be out in next election. Central govt. should stay focus on other national issues and do something for god sake - time and patience of people is running out fast. Have a firm policy on Kashmir. Protect our borders. Cut all trades with Pakistan. Ask all Indian companies to stop the development projects in Pakistan, stop technology transfer and stay focus on India's development. Don't join hands with separatists just for sake of being in power and most importantly, do some development work. The unemployment is growing fast and clock is ticking fast.


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Garvo Gujarati   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 05-05-17 15:35:05


Sir, I never said AAP is an anti-national party. Read my sentence again.

You proved my point. No matter what Modi does, some will always find faults! And this makes Modi and our democracy stronger. Criticism is not new to Modi, it has been part and parcel of his life the day he became Chief Minister of Gujarat. So rest assured!



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A Proud Indian Canadian


Blue_Peafowl   
Member since: Dec 08
Posts: 1351
Location: Brampton, Ont, Canada

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 05-05-17 16:40:42

Quote:
Originally posted by Garvo Gujarati

Sir, I never said AAP is an anti-national party. Read my sentence again.




Why afraid ?
Yes AAP , especially Kejru is and has supported all Anti-national activities and supporter. - Whatever the reason for publicity or for vote , he had supported them. So he is one of them.


i always like and trsut S Swami - here is the article from him about AAP

http://www.firstpost.com/politics/aap-is-a-party-of-sleazeballs-and-anti-nationals-subramanian-swamy-1212085.html


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