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AAP in Gurgaon: membership drive is picking up steam
There is nothing Aam about the Aam Aadmi Party. The fact that they started a revolution, created a huge awareness amongst its citizens and finally formed a political party, seems like a story straight out of a Bollywood film. The only difference this time is that this is not a well written script and Arwind Kejriwal is actually working for a corrupt free country. After Delhi, people of Gurgaon are supporting AAP, as was evident after the first day of the membership drive in Gurgaon.

As per the Secretary of AAP, Harayana, Balbir Singh, “Main Bhi Aam Aadmi campaign is a way to know how AAP is position everywhere in the country. The most important thing we are concentrating on is to level the difference between 'Aam Aadmi' and 'Khash Aadmi' and to make India corrupt free. This campaign is just another way of approaching the said goals.”

When asked as to how the people are reacting to the membership drive, Singh further added, “ the response in Gurgaon is very positive. We have filled around 250 membership slips, which is a good number given the fact that people are yet to be aware of this drive. Moreover we are hopeful that as the days progress, many other interested candidates would come forward.”

He also said that they are hoping around 50,000 slips would be filled by interested people in and around Gurgaon. They have an aim to enroll 1 crore member through the drive till January 26. The fact that they waived away the 10 Rupees application fee shows that they want each and everyone to enroll.

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Lesson Number 5For Arvind Kejriwal and his cabinet colleagues , meeting people of Delhi in person and listen to their problems , was very desirableIn the past , a couple of Prime Ministers have tried to do the sameBut on a smaller scale , by " Pre-Selecting " and admitting in their compound , some 30 / 40 people on any given dayBy putting in place , some " System " of pre-selecting , they made the exercise manageableWhat went wrong with Arvind's failed attempt to hold a " Janata - Darbar ", yesterday , was not that it was a wrong ideaIt was a " System Failure "It was a failure to properly " Anticipate "120 lakh people of Delhi have at least one problem each , which the past government - and the municipality - have failed to address !Hence , it did not need much " Imagination " to expect 10,000 persons to turn up !Can you imagine , what would happen next time if 100,000 persons turn up, - which is very likely !Now , it would be impossible to listen to the grievances of even 1,000 persons , one at a timeArithmetic is quite simpleA minister would need at least 2/3 minutes to listen to a complainant and need another 2/3 minutes to give a reply / make a notation on the complaint paper / give instructions to his secretary etcAt 5 minutes per person , he can manage no more than 12 people per hourA staggering 80 working hours ( 10 working days ! ) to meet / listen to 1000 persons !Obviously , something not " Do-able " !What is the way out ?SimpleSTEP NO 1 > Implement a " System - based Solution " outlined in my blog (30 Dec 2013 ) STEP NO 2 > Launch " MAGIC WAND " mobile App , described in my blog ( 27 Dec 2013 )Look up on my web siteDEAR ARVIND Lesson Number 5 : Differentiate between " DESIRABLE " and " DO-ABLE "* hemen parekh ( 12 Jan 2014 / Mumbai )
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