As a democracy we Indians are really very strict about our mindset and our mandate is final. No one can take our vote for granted. Though we don’t hesitate to vote for a candidate accused for heinous crimes (obviously judiciary will take his/her life time to make any final verdict). We also don’t mind to choose a person who is full of unaccounted money. Neither we care even if someone ever disrupted the social harmony for his/her political gains. We especially love those people who keep changing their political ideology. We also respect those who keep doing caste politics in name of social justice.
The only thing which We hate is political “DRAMEBAZI”. Yeah.. I know even after repeated efforts we failed to prove that Kejriwal is corrupt and I also know that he some how managed fair amount of education. He also got lucky to fool people to claim awards for so called social awareness. Media also made a huge mistake by awarding him Indian of the year award last year. He also got fair amount of political success with out having a ‘Neta’ parent or playing caste/regional politics. Though he got these merits which unfortunately are not very common of our beloved Neta. I still firmly believe that he just don’t deserve another chance. OK OK he is honest I agree but he resigned from CM post. That proves he is power hungry. And he needs so much power because….. Oh wait I am stuck here. Oh yes to make huge money that he failed during his days as income tax officer and second best shot as Delhi CM. I believe he was planning for this for a very long time, possibly from the day he cracked JEE. He is also a big time cheater. He cheated Anna. I am proud to say that most other big names from “Indian Against Corruption” are still apolitical and twitter activist. Ahh.. I meant social activist. So I think I am making no mistake. He just should not get another chance. Even after reading this much you still got sympathy with this guy, I would suggest you rethink about your choice.
[This is a repost from Sushil’s blog entry at http://sushilktomar.blogspot.in/2014/05/my-reasons-why-arvind-kejriwal-should.html]