All members of the house including opposition openly declared that they would support the bill unanimously if tabled as per procedure! You have reiterated that you can sacrifice CM's post for for 100 times for the sake of bringing Jan Lokpal. Thus, if everyone was agree, why didn't Kejriwal went for the way that opposition demanded?
If it requires central government’s clearance, let it be so! You may think it’s unnecessary or improper, but for the sake of this bill you should had preferred consensus! Also other demands of opposition were not entirely invalid. The members should get the copy of bill 48 hours before it being discussed or debated.
At best if you would have followed the procedure, the Jan Lokpal bill may had taken one more month. But at least there would have been the bill. But now when you have resigned, no one knows what will be the future of the bill. Thus I don’t think you were really interested for the Jan Lokpal Bill, rather you wanted to use this bill as a ladder for your national ambition!
Definitely it was an exit plan for Kejriwal. The way it was tabled and high handedness in attitude, it appears that Kejriwal wanted to escape from the responsibility. The famous 18 point promise is now perhaps a tall order and dream of becoming PM perhaps over shadowed his mind. But he forgot that people are watching everything and they are not fools. None is going to accept such orchestrated martyrdom.
Moreover, now if BJP manages to come into power in Delhi and somehow passes the Jan Lokpal Bill next month, where would Kejriwal's martyrdom stand ?
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