Wednesday, March 5, 2014


Arvind Kejriwal was detained in Gujrat for violating model code. The moment this happened, Kejriwal started blaming Gujrat chief minister. This was followed by well-orchestrated and violent maoist style protests against BJP by AAP workers at Delhi, Lucknow and other places. In Delhi there was a pre-planned demonstration which was violent and led by Ashutosh the journalist who joined AAP recently. This was planned demonstration as a mass SMS was circulated for gathering the supporters. The mob was led by Ashutosh who is contesting from Delhi and everybody saw that first he scaled the gate and tore the BJP poster and then was feigning to pacify the crowds, so that he may get absolved in the rioting case when model code of conduct is in place. The camera did its job! People have seen him as an arrogant spokesperson of AAP earlier on Television channels. Prashant Bhushan spoke to media and tried to tell the same story of victimization. Ever since AAP has come to power in Delhi, they have adopted a similar pattern to catch eyeballs and get attention of the public in order to popularize the parrty – Act against the law, use anarchist, maoist and violent means to protest, call everyone Chor and then show that they are victims. Arvind Kejriwal has learnt to act like a simple man having lot of cough and cold when confronted. Just to show how harassed he is still he is doing so much for the country! He likes to be shown as the most wronged person on earth. Every time he is confronted with law he declares he is ready to die for the country.  Day by day it is becoming clear - this party wants to make headlines at any cost. They are not into serious governance as was displayed and experienced by people of Delhi when it was badly governed by AAP. No sane persons would support such a party. Only people having maoist and anarchist attitude support AAP. This party is fast becoming a party of mobocracy believers and its leaning are strikingly towards Left.
Sane and nationalist citizens – beware of AAP. Think twice before exercising your vote.

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