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India Today's Shanti Bhushan "Fake" Article - Kejriwal on course to ruin 2014 for BJP

India Today's Shanti Bhushan "Fake" Article - Kejriwal on course to ruin 2014 for BJP

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An Article Purportedly Authored by Shanti Bhushan, Founder Member of Aam Aadmi Party. When the damage was realized, this was promptly taken down by the Website (sadly for them) the same also appeared in the print version :)
An Article Purportedly Authored by Shanti Bhushan, Founder Member of Aam Aadmi Party. When the damage was realized, this was promptly taken down by the Website (sadly for them) the same also appeared in the print version :)

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Published by: Suresh En on Dec 14, 2013
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 Arvind Kejriwal | BJP | Congress | 2014 elections | Delhi assembly elections India Today
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 Arvind Kejriwal might prove to be a spoiler for the BJP bandwagon in 2014. During the Delhi assembly elections, Kejriwal and party made it quite clear thatthey were opposed to the BJP more than the Congress.Kejriwal very cleverly targeted BJP using thecorruption plank, equating BJP and Congress on one hand and on the other hand meeting Muslim leaders to acquire Muslim support on a secular plank knowingthat Muslims, who  were notionally against the BJP, are now were fed up of the Congress and seeking a new platform to stand against the BJP.
 Anna
Kejriwal and his party are the product of 'Anna'Hazare's movement, which erupted against theCongress's colossal corruption and patronage tocorruption. Later on, however, the movement, which was essentially against the misdeeds of Manmohan Singh's government, took a different turn and wasmade to look as if it were against the BJP too on purpose, by some vested interests, with the active supportof Arvind Kejriwal. Once it was done, it confused the people and the movement, which started with a bang,ended up slowly with a whimper. The sheen of the movement was gone. It put Kejriwal and company outof a job.But Kejriwal would not accept defeat. He came out with the decision of entering into electoral politics, which he had claimed to be stoutly against. However Anna Hazare did not consent to the idea, and it was a big dampener to Keriwal's ambitions. So Kejriwal defied Anna Hazare and formed a political outfit by thename of Aam Admi Party, giving it a colour of an anti-corruption unit against both the national parties,instead of just opposed to the Congress against whom the movement was initiated in the first place. Heintentionally and mischievously raised the bogey of Gadkari's corruption and bracketed him with theCongress party's known corrupt politicians to show his 'secular' credentials. The BJP's name was sullied toplease a particular community. Otherwise the BJP was nowhere near power so there was no question of them having been involved in corruption. Arvind Kejriwal took full advantage of the BJP's complacency in ignoring AAP. He was preparing hisground ingeniously, working silently against the BJP and outwardly showing his opposition to theCongress. He exploited the sentiments of the people and gained phenomenal success at elections, cleverly shifting the blame for rampant corruption on the BJP too along with the Congress. He did it on purpose toattract minority votes. Kejriwal showed exemplary skills in election management and deserved credit forhis forthrightness, his courage and his hard work.
Corruption
Riding high after his phenomenal success, he announced his arrival on the national scene. His crusadeagainst corruption is laudable, but governance does not mean eradication of corruption only, as Kejriwal
Kejriwal on course to ruin 2014 for BJP
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