Monday, January 20, 2014

An Open Letter to Arvind Kejriwal


Mr. Arvind Kejriwal                                                                                    Date: 20th January 2014
Chief Minister of Delhi
God knows where you live (Do you live in Delhi?)

Subject: Common man is suffering with your way of governance and your so called Aam Aadmi Party.

Dear Mr. Chief Minister

I am born and brought up in India's capital, New Delhi. Its been 23 days now, of your governance here but I am afraid to say that its in no way a governance. Its a situation of chaos, callousness and confusion among people of Delhi. You have become a subject of mockery and jokes. I hope you read few of your jokes on internet and feel ashamed for what you are doing. I am not a supporter of Congress but the way you are ruling the state, its worse than the Congress government. Today, I feel a need of writing this letter as I have seen my Mother suffered because of you. Your so called Dharna has affected her commute and she had a horrendous time traveling to home. Due to your Dharna, she has spent two and a half hours of traveling on Delhi roads. This is not just happened to my mother. There are many other Mothers, Fathers, Sisters, Sons, Daughters who have suffered because of you. The irony of this Dharna is that you are doing it for Woman's safety.

I find your actions similar to Rakhi Sawant. You are one of that publicity whore who always wants to be in the news. I don't think this is what you have been taught in IIT, Kharagpur. Do you think you are doing justice to your education? And if this is what IIT, Kharagpur teaches then I have lost respect for the Institution. I am sorry to say Sir, your priority is not Delhi. It has been changed beyond Delhi now. I know where it is going, Loksabha Elections, right? 

Earlier, I was of the opinion that giving a chance to youth is better than giving it to people having some experience. But now I have changed my opinion. I can say this openly that majority of people who have chosen you are the first time voters who doesn't know the ABCD of politics, just like you. I am not blaming them, I appreciate your way of influencing them. But it would have been better if you have influenced people who knows something about politics.

I have few questions to ask you. Why you do not stay on the things which you say?

1. You said you will neither take support of Congress nor give them. What happen? Gajini?
2. You said you will not fight Lok Sabha Elections but now you say that you will, if your party wants. Are you out of your mind?
3. You said Police should work independently. Now you want to control Delhi Police. Just want to abuse you on this.
4. Why are you not taking any action on Congress Government's scams, just because you have been supported by them. Giving only assurances, does not make any sense.

After you formed government, 3 people wearing your Party's topi came to our area and listened to the problems faced by public. But that was the day, after which no one has come to deliver what have been asked. I know you will now say that atleast they have come to listen. What's the point of listening when you cannot fulfill any of the demands. I must tell you the demands were not something which cannot be fulfilled. Its a will and commitment that need to be there while choosing political career.

Being a Chief Minister, you cannot do what you want. You have to sit on Dharna in your own State to get your unrealistic demands fulfilled. Though you got the seat of Chief Minister but you haven't progressed in this career. You are still at the same place i.e. Dharna which you were doing before elections.

"With great power comes great responsibility". You have behaved in such a irresponsible behavior. I am disappointed, lost all hopes and ashamed of you and Delhi. Keep sitting on Dharna, keep running government from there.

Unfaithfully Yours'
Real Aam Aadmi

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