Saturday, May 23, 2015

Is Arvind kejriwal an anarchist, unadulterated evil or devil reincarnate??

Before we attempt to decode an anarchist let us first  look up the definition of this word.

1. a person who advocates or believes in anarchy or anarchism.
2. a person who seeks to overturn by violence all constituted forms and institutions of society andgovernment, with no purpose of establishing any other system of order.
3. a person who promotes disorder or excites revolt against any established rule, law, or custom.
Has arvind kejriwal advocated or displayed any such symptoms which would lead us to believe he is an anarchist, other than his own public confession in jan 2014 when he claimed he was an anarchist.
Lets dvevel deeper into the antecedents of our subject individual.

Arvind kejriwal claims to be an anti corruption crusader, yet there is not a single instance while in service or otherwise that he has unearthed corruption anywhere. Merely claiming to be a crusader is a ploy for publicity and personal glorification. Next question that one needs to ask is did he seek permission for starting the ngo parivatan, while in service, if yes where is the document that says so. If not , proves the point has no respect rules.
 Second ngo kabir opened in name of manish sisodia , but he is affliated to that did he seek permission for this or not . if no document is produced by him, conclusion is ditto as in case of parivartan. Arvindkejriwal has also accepted donations from ford foundation which is currently under investigation by GOI. Will kejriwal come clean and make full honest disclousure. Come on stop joking this man only has dishonest bones in him.

The IAC website lists as founders besides Anna Hazare, Baba Ramdev, Mahamood Madani, Arcbishop Vincent M Concessao, Syed Rizvi, Justice D S Tewatia, B R Lall and others. Where are the other members? Why are they not visible?
Corruption in public life
After kejriwal realized he wud not be able to call the shots in iac he separated to form aam aadmi party. Power lust very pronounced and irresistible for this anarchist. He would have gladly allowed Anna hazare to die just to satisfy his ego and craving for power. Public support was tremendous and any untoward event could have lead to large scale nationwide violence, which would not have brought down corruption by any stretch of imagination. Kejriwal was completely focused on self promotion via this agitation. He effectively killed the fight against corruption by demanding lokpal, which he presented as panacea for all corruption in future but left the existing corruption untouched. Union govt was of congress delhi govt was of congress yet krjeriwal frequently targeted bjp for corruption. This anamoly he has still not be able to explain why ? not wrong for public to draw their own conclusion on this score. Other damage that kejriwal did was to shake public confidence in mass agitations. Calling all politician corrupt. As also those who did not bend before him.once he entered the political arena the true charater or lack of it become evident. Spit and run shoot and scoot. Level bizarre and baseless allegations, by the time the other party responds, he made further allegations. This relentless process of allegation became his and aap’s political ploy. All are corrupt but thim and those supporting. This cacophony undermines public confidence in the system and institution. Hallmark of an anarchist mind set keep society on the edge so that violence can be provoked at the most minor provocation.
Arvind kejriwal till date has not been able to state any thing positive about anyone. He is in a constant state of conflict, individuals with fake degrees are ministers in his govt. he doest not respect rule of law or constitution of India. Wanted judiciary to accede to his demand of enlarging him on bail without a bail bond, which the court rightly refused and ordered his detention till such time he relented and followed the rules, which he eventually did.if media reports are unpalatable he threaten to arrest and conduct public trials of media persons. Tinpot dicatetor in comprison to him come thru as angles.
2015 delhi electionhe secured 95% seats how and why did this happen is unclear congress govt in delhi for 3 consecutive terms in maharashtra for 2terms and bjp in Gujarat for 4terms none ever got such a mandate. Other intriguing point congress which is facing large number of corruption charges in delhi state, withdrew from the contest in favour of aap, beats logic, what was the deal how much was the deal? This so called anti corruption crusedar has morphed into protector promoter of corruption . Not a single case has been filed or pursued by him or his govt in delhi. yet makes wild claims corruption has reduced.
.with 4mps in parliament this man wants to challenge the union govt of India. In this process he has 

become a party to a murder of farmer gajendra singh which he and his thugs tried to explain away as a suicide. Investigation are yet to begin, once that happen we will be witness to plenty of whining and weeping from this man and his croniesAll that has been enumaerated bove only establishes his credentials as an anarchist unadulterated evil and devil reincarnate.   

What is going on? Has this movement been hijacked or converted in to a Jan Lok Pal bill only? This website is no longer in the original form it seems to have been hijacked by arvind kejriwal There is so much this man has said and retracted if all is placed in this blog post it would become monotonous. Public is well aware of all his antics.

The 2011 Indian anti-corruption movement continued into 2012. The figurehead was Anna Hazare, a social activist after whom Team Anna was named. One of the movement's main demands was the passing of legislation enabling an anti-corruption and enforcement ombudsman. Attempts to introduce some form of legislation, even though weaker than that demanded by the activists, had timed-out with the end of the parliamentary session on 27 December 2011.[8][9] The government reintroduced the bill in the Rajya Sabha in February 2012 but the bill was not timetabled for debate and the session ended without this bill being passed.[citation needed]
New Delhi: At the Chhatrasal stadium in Delhi on Saturday, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal unfurled the national tricolour, but forgot to salute the national flag.

As per tradition, the chief minister, after unfurling the tricolour, has to salute the national tricolour, but Kejriwal, soon after unfurling the flag, went straight to his seat.

Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Dr Harsh Vardhan alleged Kejriwal has insulted the judiciary, media and executive, and this was unprecedented.

Vardhan alleged that Kejriwal tried to set his political agenda on this sacred occasion, and it was condemnable.

Arvind Kejriwal (born 16 August 1968) is an Indian politician, social activist and former Indian Revenue Service officer who is the seventh and current Chief Minister of Delhi. This is his second term as the Chief Minister, after his Party won the 2015 Delhi Assembly elections with a majority, winning 67 out of 70 assembly seats. He is the national convener of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

Kejriwal is a Mechanical Engineering graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, and worked for the Indian Revenue Service (IRS) as a Joint Commissioner in the Income Tax Department

In 2006, Kejriwal was awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership recognising his involvement in a grassroots movement Parivartan using right-to-information legislation in a campaign against corruption. The same year, after resigning from the IRS, he donated his Magsaysay award money as a corpus fund to found the Public Cause Research Foundation, a non-governmental organisation (NGO).

In 2012, he launched the Aam Aadmi Party, and defeated Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit in the 2013 Delhi Legislative Assembly election. Following the election, he took office as the Chief Minister of Delhi on 28 December 2013. He resigned 49 days later, on 14 February 2014, stating he did so because of his minority government's inability to pass his proposed anti-corruption legislation due to a lack of support from other political parties.[5][6]

On 14 February 2015, he sworn-in as the Chief Minister for a second term after the victory in the assembly electionKejriwal was born in a middle-class family in Siwani, Bhiwani district, Haryana on 16 August 1968, the first of the three children of Gobind Ram Kejriwal and Gita Devi. His father was an electrical engineer who graduated from the Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, and whose work led to many changes in the family's residence. Kejriwal spent most of his childhood in north Indian towns such as Sonepat, Ghaziabad and Hisar. He was educated at Campus School in Hisar[9] and at a Christian missionary school at Sonipat.[10]

Kejriwal's grandfather was pleased when he considered training for a medical career but Kejriwal eventually opted to study engineering because there were far more student places available. He graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur, majoring in mechanical engineering. He joined Tata Steel in 1989 and was posted in Jamshedpur. Kejriwal resigned in 1992, having taken leave of absence to study for the Civil Services Examination.[9] He spent some time in Kolkata, where he met Mother Teresa, and volunteered with The Missionaries of Charity and at the Ramakrishna Mission in North-East India and at Nehru Yuva Kendra.[11]

Personal life
In 1995, Arvind Kejriwal married Sunita, his batchmate from National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie and the National Academy of Direct Taxes in Nagpur. The couple have two children. Kejriwal is vegetarian and has been practising the Vipassana meditation technique for many years.[9] He is diabetic.[12]

Early career
Kejriwal joined the IRS as an Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax in 1995 after qualifying through the Civil Services Examination.[13] In November 2000, he was granted two years' paid leave to pursue higher education on condition that upon resuming his work he would not resign from the Service for at least three years. Failure to abide by that condition would require him to repay the salary given during the leave period. He rejoined in November 2002. According to Kejriwal, he was not given any posting for almost a year, and kept getting his salary without doing any work; so, after 18 months, he applied for leave without pay.[14] For the next 18 months, Kejriwal was on sanctioned unpaid leave.[15] In February 2006, he resigned from his position as a Joint Commissioner of Income Tax in New Delhi.[13] The Government of India claimed that Kejriwal had violated his original agreement by not working for three years. Kejriwal said that his 18 months of work and 18 months of unpaid absence amounted to the stipulated three-year period during which he could not resign and that this was an attempt to malign him due to his involvement with the Indian anti-corruption movement. The dispute ran for several years until, in 2011, it was resolved when he paid his way out of the Service with the help of loans from friends.[15] Kejriwal paid ₹ 927,787 as dues, but stated that this should not be considered as an admission of fault.[14]

Anti-corruption activism
Parivartan and Kabir
Main article: Parivartan
As an IRS officer, Kejriwal was troubled by the rampant corruption in the Income Tax department. In December 1999, while still in service with the Income Tax Department, Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia and others found a movement named Parivartan (which means "change"), in the Sundar Nagari area of Delhi. A month later, in January 2000, Kejriwal took a sabbatical from work to focus on Parivartan

Parivartan addressed citizens' grievances related to Public Distribution System (PDS), public works, social welfare schemes, income tax and electricity. It was not a registered NGO - it ran on individual donations, and was characterised as a jan andolan ("people's movement") by its members] Later, in 2005, Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia launched Kabir, a registered NGO named after the medieval philosopher Kabir. Like Parivartan, Kabir was also focused on RTI and participatory governance. However, unlike Parivartan, it accepted institutional donations. According to Kejriwal, Kabir was mainly run by Sisodia
In 2000, Parivartan filed a public interest litigation (PIL) demanding transparency in public dealings of the Income Tax department, and also organised a satyagraha outside the Chief Commissioner's office.[20] Kejriwal and other activists also stationed themselves outside the electricity department, asking visitors not to pay bribes and offered to help them in getting work done for free

In 2001, the Delhi government enacted a state-level Right To Information (RTI) Act, which allowed the citizens to access government records for a small fee. Parivartan used RTI to help people get their work done in government departments without paying a bribe. In 2002, the group obtained official reports on 68 public works projects in the area, and performed a community-led audit to expose misappropriations worth ₹ 7 million in 64 of the projects.[17] On 14 December 2002, Parivartan organised a jan sunvai (public hearing), in which the citizens held public officials and leaders accountable for the lack of development in their locality.[22]

In 2003 (and again in 2008[23]), Parivartan exposed a PDS scam, in which ration shop dealers were siphoning off subsidised foodgrains in collusion with civic officials. In 2004, Parivartan used RTI applications to access communication between government agencies and the World Bank, regarding a project for privatisation of water supply. Kejriwal and other activists questioned the huge expenditure on the project, and argued that it would hike water tariffs ten-fold, thus effectively cutting off the water supply to the city's poor. The project was stalled as a result of Parivartan's activism. Another campaign by Parivartan led to a court order that required private schools, which had received public land at discounted prices, to admit more than 700 poor kids without fee.[20][21]

Along with other social activists like Anna Hazare, Aruna Roy and Shekhar Singh, Kejriwal came to be recognised as an important contributor to the campaign for a national-level Right to Information Act (enacted in 2005).[20] He resigned from his job in February 2006, and later that year, he was given the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership, for his involvement with Parivartan. The award recognised him for activating the RTI movement at the grassroots, and empowering New Delhi's poor citizens to fight corruption.[21]

By 2012, Parivartan was largely inactive. Sundar Nagri, where the movement was concentrated, suffered from irregular water supply, unreliable PDS system and poorly done public works.[18] Calling it "ephemeral and delusionary in nature", Kejriwal noted that Parivartan's success was limited, and the changes brought by it did not last long.[24]

Public Cause Research Foundation
In December 2006, Kejriwal established the Public Cause Research Foundation in December 2006, together with Manish Sisodia and Abhinandan Sekhri. He donated his Ramon Magsaysay Award prize money as a seed fund. Besides the three founders, Prashant Bhushan and Kiran Bedi served as the Foundation's trustees.[25] This new body paid the employees of Parivartan.[18] Kejriwal used the RTI Act in corruption cases in many government departments including the Income Tax Department, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, the Public Distribution System and the Delhi Electricity Board.[11]

Jan Lokpal movement
Main article: 2011 Indian anti-corruption movement
In 2010, Kejriwal protested against corruption in the Commonwealth Games. He argued that the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) did not have any powers to take any action against the guilty, while CBI was incapable of launching an unbiased investigation against the ministers who controlled it. He advocated appointment of public ombudsman - Lokpal at the Centre and Lokayuktas in states.[26]

In 2011, Kejriwal joined several other activists, including Anna Hazare and Kiran Bedi, to form the India Against Corruption (IAC) group. The IAC demanded enactment of the Jan Lokpal Bill, which would result in a strong ombudsman. The campaign evolved into the 2011 Indian anti-corruption movement. In response to the campaign, the government's advisory body - the National Advisory Council - drafted a Lokpal Bill. However, the NAC's Bill was criticised by Kejriwal and other activists on the grounds that it did not have enough powers to take action against the prime minister, other corrupt officeholders and the judiciary. The activists also criticised the procedure for selection of Lokpal, the transparency clauses and the proposal to disallow the Lokpal from taking cognisance of public grievances.[27]

Amid continuing protests, the Government constituted a committee to Draft a Jan Lokpal Bill. Kejriwal was one of the civil society representative members of this committee. However, he alleged that the IAC activists had an unequal position in the committee, and the government appointees kept ignoring their recommendations. The Government argued that the activists could not be allowed to blackmail the elected representatives through protests. Kejriwal retorted that democratically elected representatives could not be allowed to function like dictators, and asked for a public debate on the contentious issues.[28]

The IAC activists intensified their protests, and Anna Hazare organised a hunger strike. Kejriwal and other activists were arrested for defying a police directive to give a written undertaking that they will not go to JP Park. Kejriwal attacked the government on this and said there was a need for a debate over police power to detain and release people at will.[29][30] In August 2011, a settlement was reached between the Government and the activists.[31]

Besides the government, the Jan Lokpal movement was also criticised by some citizens as 'undemocratic' on the grounds that the ombudsman had powers over elected representatives. Arundhati Roy claimed that the movement was not a people's movement; instead, it was funded by foreigners to influence policy making in India. She pointed out that the Ford Foundation had funded the Emergent Leadership category of the Ramon Magsaysay Award, and also donated $397,000 to Kejriwal's NGO Kabir.[32] Both Kejriwal and Ford Foundation termed the allegations as baseless, stating that the donations were made to support the RTI campaigns. Besides, several other Indian organisations had also received grants from the Ford Foundation.[33][34] Kejriwal also denied the allegations that the movement was a plot against the ruling Congress by the RSS, or that it was an upper-caste conspiracy against the Dalits.[19]

By January 2012, the Government had backtracked on its promise to implement a strong Jan Lokpal, resulting in another series of protests from Kejriwal and his fellow activists. These protests attracted lower participation compared to the 2011 protests.[35] By mid-2012, Kejriwal had replaced Anna Hazare as the face of the remaining protestors.[36]

Political careerEstablishment of AAP

Kejriwal during the launch of AAP in Bangalore, in July 2013
One of the major criticisms directed at the Jan Lokpal activists was that they had no right to dictate terms to the elected representatives. As a result, Kejriwal and other activists decided to enter politics and contest elections.[37] In November 2012, they formally launched the Aam Aadmi Party; Kejriwal was elected as the party's National Convener. The party name reflects the phrase Aam Aadmi, or "common man", whose interests Kejriwal proposed to represent.[38] The establishment of AAP caused a rift between Kejriwal and Hazare.[39]

AAP decided to contest the Delhi Legislative Assembly election, 2013, with Kejriwal contesting against the incumbent Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit. Kejriwal became the fifth most-mentioned Indian politician on social media channels in the run-up to the elections.[40]

Chief Minister of Delhi (first term)
In the 2013 Delhi Legislative Assembly elections for all 70 seats, the Bhartiya Janta Party won 31 seats, followed by Aam Aadmi Party with 28 seats.[41] Kejriwal defeated incumbent Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit of the Indian National Congress (INC), in her constituency of New Delhi[42] by a margin of 25,864 votes.[43]

AAP formed a minority government in the hung assembly, (claiming support for the action gauged from opinion polls) with outside support from the eight INC MLAs, one Janata Dal MLA and one independent MLA.[44][45] Kejriwal was sworn in as the second-youngest chief minister of Delhi on 28 December 2013, after Chaudhary Brahm Prakash who became chief minister at the age of 34.[46][47] He was in charge of Delhi's Home Ministry, Power, Planning, Finance, Vigilance ministries.[48]

On 14 February 2014 he resigned as Chief Minister after failing to table the Jan Lokpal Bill in the Delhi Assembly. He recommended the dissolution of the Assembly.[49] Kejriwal blamed the Indian National Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party for stalling the anti-corruption legislation and linked it with the government's decision to register a First Information Report (FIR) against industrialist Mukesh Ambani, chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries.[50] In April 2014 he said that he had made a mistake by resigning without listening to the people to understand what their expectations were of him. He attributed this to him being a novice in politics and promised not to resign in future in any circumstances.[51]

2014 National Elections

Kejriwal campaigning in Maharashtra, during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections
Kejriwal said in January, prior to his resignation as chief minister, that he would not contest a seat in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.[52] Party members persuaded him to change his mind,[53] and on 25 March, he agreed to contest against the BJP prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, from Varanasi.[54][55] He lost the contest.[56]

Chief Minister of Delhi (second term)
Kejriwal led AAP to win 67 of the 70 constituencies in the 2015 Delhi Assembly elections, leaving the BJP with three seats and the INC with none.[57] In those elections, he was again elected from the New Delhi constituency, defeating Nupur Sharma by 31,583 votes.[58] He took oath on 14 February 2015 as Delhi's chief minister for a second time at Ramlila Maidan.[59]

Last but not the least for publicity he has used his own daughter to perform gimmickry of offering bribe which is a crime in itself. What kind of a father and man is he? He and his wife have never been transferred out off delhi how and why? These question till he does not answer to the public will continue to haunt this anarchist.. In conclusion arvind and his gang of thugs have vitiated the political discourse totally, baseless allegation against opponent are the norm,

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