Resignation of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has come as a shocker for the nation. The 45-year old Chief Minister and the convenor of Aam Aadmi party quits after serving the capital for less than two months as the anti- corruption Jan Lokpal Bill was blocked in the state legislature by law-makers from the Congress and the BJP.
Both the major parties are blaming
Kejriwal government for making political move and shrinking
responsibility. Jan Lokpal Bill, which is the heart of AAP's agenda
is an important issue for them through which they wanted to cleanse
the polity of deep rooted graft and eliminate corruption and corrupt
But, giving hands up is not the
solution. The question arises, why he did so? Might be he is sure of
gaining majority in the next polls which he has demanded from the
Delhi's Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung.
It was after fifteen years
that Delhi has seen such an honest leader whose main focus was on
common man, a Chief Minister who consider himself as a common man and
thinks in common man's perspective. Thus, people of Delhi had a lot
of hope from Kejriwal as he has proved himself in two moths of
They were happy from his style of
working but if he does not gain majority in the next fresh polls, AAP
Chief will ruin their hopes and it will become difficult for common
man to have faith in any other party again. Lets keep our eyes on
present scenario, to see who wins or loses and just hope for the
Meanwhile President's rules has been imposed on Delhi.
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