Arvind Kejriwal's Biography

The popular socialist Arvind Kejrival was born in Hiasr which is located in the...btn


Arvind Kejriwal's Career

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Jan Lokpal Bill

About the Jan Lokpal Bill

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Aam Admi Party

Arvind Kejriwal

Corruption has led the so many common men in India to get out on to external world and wage a war like never before.  The anti- corruption movement had led to the skinning of the greed and the dirty face of our leaders. The realization that there is no selfless party bothered about the needs of the common India has sunk in. All leaders in politics today were given a last chance to focus on the needs of the people through the Janlokpal Movement. When nothing worked, for the last couple of years, we have left no stone unturned in our efforts to get the rulers listen – quiet objections, offering ourselves to arrest and imprisonment, going without food for unlimited periods and then many cycles of talks and dialogues with our ruling leaders. All our efforts to formulate stringent rules against corruption have fallen on deaf ears. In spite of all these efforts combined with the support of the common man towards framing a law against corruption, the ruling, opposition and all other leaders have not given in and have brought the axe down on the Janlokpal Bill.

Election Symbol

This political party is extremely pleased to talk about the designated symbol that has been approved by the Election commission is the ‘Broom or Jhaadu’ and will be the same across the 70 seats in Delhi. This can be considered the second step towards tidying up Indian politics after the first step of registration. The symbol pictorially represents that the party is all set to clear the dirt that has accumulated in our political systems. This also means that the politics should be swept clean to remove all the corruption in our politics.

Party Executive


  • Dr. Kumar Vishwas
  • Professor Anand Kumar


Key Agenda Items

Jan Lokpal Bill

The Aam Aadmi aims at affecting the strong law against corruption called the Janlokpal with the view of eradicating corruption in India. This bill will enhance the public in registering complains and even put them in prisons.

The current scenario of an anti -corruption suit is that it goes on and on in the courts and there are many elections that come and go during this time and the corrupt politicians win elections and are a part of more corruption. There are instances when the politicians even breathed their last before the rulings were passed against them. Janlokpal Bill is all set to speed up the process and the judgment will be taken in six months from the time of the case filing. The highlight of this case when the political leaders are found to have erred, then they will be subjected to imprisonment for either a year or more according to the intensity of the corruption. Along with this, the leader’s property will come under the control of the government and they will also lose their post.

Right to Reject

The problem that is plaguing our voting system now is that in spite of knowing that all contestants are corrupt, we are forced to case our vote for one of them, so most of us end up wasting our vote on somebody we don’t have any trust. Since we know this, People’s Party aim at offering another choice for the voters and that is giving a Reject All option at the end of the screen. So, if as a vote castor do not like any of the candidates lined up then he/she may choose to press “reject all”. In constituencies where most voters have cast the vote against this button, the elections are cancelled and all candidates disqualified. A new set of candidates will have to be listed and one of them will be selected in another set of elections again.

Right to Recall

In the event of us voting for one of the candidates and that person winning the election, after their victory they focus only on accumulating wealth for themselves and do not bother about the people who voted them to power. In the existing scenario, the citizens have to live with their choice until the next elections five years later.  We, who form the People’s party, in an effort to change this, are thinking of the Right to Recall, where the citizens can go ahead with their rejections and can submit a request at the election commission and get the MLA or MP who are corrupt recalled and re-elections announced.

Political Decentralization

The challenge that our government experiences today is that the politicians are not bothered about the needs or the problems of the public. This situation prevails all across India. There are needs of fundamentals but the focus of the governments is elsewhere. The resolutions that could make or break the life of many Indians are made by politicians who sit in the safe confines of the Parliament. The country runs on the whims and fancies of these leaders.

We, the members of the People’s Party firmly believe that the common public needs to play an integral part in making decisions that are important for them. Indian democracy is waiting for this modification easily. Since there is nothing for them in it, none of the current ruling governments will effect this change for the good.  That is precisely why we at the People’s party want to make our entry into politics.

The trend that is seen today is that all major and minor conclusions impacting the country are made by the elected members and there are a few prominent heads of the corporate world that look for their own benefits. The public have no visibility to these decisions and this is possible only when the Right to recall comes into effect.  Without this what happens is that once the power is entrusted by the mode of votes to these politicians they take the power in their hands and start swindling money of the people.  Since this is quite against the principles of democracy, we want to ensure the government is for the people and of the people. That is why our Aam Aadmi Party is looking at empowering the common public in a bid to create a new democracy.