Just few days back, key AAP members Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav were removed from the party’s Political Affairs Committee attracting sharp reactions from within the party. The party had reasoned that both Yadav and Bhushan were propagating against the party and Kejriwal during Delhi elections hence did not deserve to remain in the committee. Many in the party are seeking proper explanations on the decision of sacking Yadav and Bhushan. The party seem to have divided into supporters of Kejriwal and other key-members like Yogendra Yadav , Prashant Bhushan and Mayank Gandhi.
To add to the trouble, former AAP MLA, Rajesh Garg, alleged Kejriwal was involved in trying to lure six congress MLAs to leave Congress and make their own party and support AAP during its last tenure of 49 days. He released an audio tape in which Kejriwal allegedly, is heard, trying to poach congress MLAs. Resulting this, another key- member from Mumbai, Anjali Damania has resigned from the party.
Delhi gives full support to AAP lot beyond the exit polls. BJP has been swiped away badly enough and Congress stands no where so far!!
BJP to Delhi : Fir se bolo… Ab ki Baar!!!
Delhi to BJP : bohot hua.. ab ghar ja yaar
The results are overwhelming for AAP but is it the win of Kejriwal or loss of Modi or is it completely the win of voters who are playing smarter than ever ???
Opinion Polls show AAP is maintaining a winning trend in Delhi Elections with probability of getting as many as 42 seats out of 70 to be able to make its government easily. Arvind Kejriwal , as per exit polls, show he still remains the major favourite as Delhi Chief Minister.
AAP winning Delhi would give a major setback to the ‘Modi Wave’ which is believed to have maintained its impact on state elections so far since 2014 General Elections where the wave broke trends of coalition govts by giving Modi a chance to make a majority BJP govt in the Centre.
It is undeniable that 2015 Delhi Elections certainly required a stern and prominent face like Kiran Bedi to be the face of BJP. Keeping in mind that Arvind Kejriwal had managed to counter-attack, if not nullify, the NaMo wave, in 2013 Delhi Elections. It might be an appropriate step to choose Kiran Bedi as the CM face against Kejriwal. A major common factor between Bedi and Kejriwal is that they both are not that great as team players. While, Kejriwal is comfortable as the Top Boss of his political party AAP , Bedi has joined a team where she might not have the liberty of being herself entirely.
While, Kejriwal is rowing his boat on his own , its Kiran Bedi who is on a ship which is Captained by PM Modi.
BJP knows that Kiran Bedi joining BJP and being portrayed the CM candidate can ease the competition with Kejriwal but cannot eradicate the fear of loss. Keeping this in mind, party president, Amit Shah, has made aggressive plans to attack AAP and the BJP is about to hold 250 rallies within the next few days left for elections. These rallies include 4 rallies by PM Modi himself.
Is the ‘Modi wave’ fading out slowly, that even after showcasing Kiran Bedi as the CM face for Delhi, BJP is campaigning aggressively with its top gun leaders including PM himself ?
Just before the national elections, known faces were seen joining the party to try their luck in politics but the Modi wave proved so disastrous for AAP that they stood clueless,so far, where to start from. Names like Shazia Ilmi, Anajali Damania, Captain Gopinath and now Yogendra Yadav quitting the party gives a negative impression to the voters about their unity and management as a political entity.
Isn’t it time, Mr Kejriwal start re-arranging his shattered and lost troop rather attacking the heavily fueled BJP army ?
Is this AAP’s and Kejriwal’s yet another attempt to attract attention of commoners and media ? Kejriwal preferred going to jail than getting a bail against the defamation case filed by Gadkari against him for calling him corrupt. And now AAP is planning a mass drive against the arrest.
With the beginning of counting of votes in India,the verdict of the nation for the 2014 General Elections is getting clearer with every passing by minute. A record win for BJP and BJP led NDA and a beyond shameful loss for Congress.
Looks like it is a straight forward statement to the Congress and Rahul Gandhi and ‘the self-proclaimed Anti-Corruption Messiah of AAP’ Arvind Kejriwal from the nation. Be it Congress or the AAP,both were publicly denying the Modi wave and they were so right..they knew what people are terming as wave is a Tsunami for other political parties. :)
For those who may not be aware of Kabaddi,it is one of the ethnic and old games played in India and neighbouring countries, the name of which originates from Tamil word- ‘ Kai-pidi’ meaning ‘Hold Hands’ .
The 2014 General Elections,in a nutshell,is Modi vs All.From small state level parties to big national level , all seem to be stopping this one man from being the Prime Minister of India 2014. Few are also from within his team. Others are maintaining silence to see the results before reacting and taking decisions.
After all, there are many silent contenders who wish to get the top job,few are known to all and few are waiting for the right opportunity. Almost all the parties are playing to stop Modi , be it newly formed AAP or formed since pre-Independence, Congress.
Regardless of the results of 2014 General Elections,Modi has surely emerged as the only extraordinary Indian politician for who citizens of the nation seem to have divided into two groups – Pro-Modi and Anti-Modi.
While AAP could easily retain its Delhi governance it chose to sight a reason of leaving the govt and did the same in 49 days. They were keen to pay attention towards 2014 General Elections. While the AAP came to power requesting people to SMS and suggest them whether they should make the Govt or not in Delhi.They never bothered asking the same public as to should they quit the Delhi governance and try their luck in General Elections.
Is AAP really taking politics as a child’s play ?? Or is it that it was a well thought move to attempt Centre Politics leaving Delhi Arvind Kejriwal knew its ‘Now or Never’ if he wishes to make it real big in politics.