Unlike the ‘fast politics’!
Kejriwal eases out of the trap he set but found himself trapped.
Blaming the Delhi Police being a highly compromised institution and trying to wrest its control making four Delhi Police officers’ suspension as his raison d’etre, Kejriwal finds his ill-thought reasoning compromised and desperately crashes out of his 10-day agitation show without scoring any point.
But the more shameful part was his claiming the victory. ‘The Kejriwal Letdown’ show continues.
Tries to save his face! Tries to save his skin!
But, thankfully, fails miserably.
Given the gloom of the prevailing political doom, we cannot afford compromises. We cannot afford complacency.
Anyway, the Delhi commoners would breathe easy.
Go and ask those who faced traffic jam nightmare due to Kejriwal’s desperado act to divert the public attention from increasing (and just) criticism of his government and his party on failing to deliver on the promises made and on failing to practice the ‘politics with difference’.
Mr. Kejriwal! My vote was for your party but enough is enough. Stop overshooting over your ‘already overdoing’ stuff. You are increasingly behaving like a politician from BJP or Congress or any other XYZ political party of that stereotype.
On Kejirwal’s ways and on suggestion of giving him more time: No issue there. But the ‘but’ comes when we find that he is yet to deliver on promises made and in spite of that, he is wasting time; time that he is fast running out of.
AAP needs to go beyond “Kejriwal’ otherwise it’s going to die soon.
On Kejriwal being the face of the fight against the present political dispensation: We are a chaotic democracy with many illnesses but the solution has to come from within in the prevailing context now.
Confrontation will only widen the chaos.
And Kejriwal is not the face. He should not be. He has not to be. He can just be an activist on the path to political redemption.
The lure of cult is already on the job to kill the activist in him.
On suggestion of joining the Aam Aadmi Party: I am ‘aam’ (common) ‘aam aadmi’, the common man, and I need to remain that way. Let the Aam Aadmi Party taste the outcome of getting ‘khaas’ (special/distinctive).
©/IPR: Santosh Chaubey – https://santoshchaubey.wordpress.com/