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Arvind Kejriwal's List of Most Corrupted Leaders
The latest buzz in the Political scenario of Delhi that is taking the rounds is an announcement made by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal that he and his circle of executives have declared a list of corrupted persons in India. This list which came out on Friday, i.e., on 31st January 2014 has included names of over 20 politicians. Some sources revealed that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and BJP's Narendra Modi ‘s names are there.
The main reason of adding Modi’s name was because of the fact that Modi spent Rs 500 crore for his brand. He raised a valid question that how can such a person be able to form a government which would be honest. Further, he demanded that the two prominent Indian parties Congress and BJP should publicly discuss and handle its party’s finances when the task of building the Prime Ministerial image of their leaders is taken into consideration.
Kejriwal said the Congress and the BJP should make it public from where they get the financial resources on building the image of their prospective prime ministers.
This has become top headlines on every Indian news channel showing the latest Arvind Kejriwal news about him and his party, AAP. As true to his party’s motto which was to eradicate corruption from every prevailing system in India and to make sure Parliament is not elected with corrupt personalities.
He addressed the media by holding in hand the list of corrupted leaders and even warned others that this is just a small step, there’s more to come in near future. After that, he started announcing the names in public and questioned their authenticity that if or not such people should constitute the Parliament.
Kejriwal’s list of names included: BJP President Nitin Gadkari, BJP MP Anurag Thakur, BJP's Ananth Kumar, Cabinet Ministers Salman Khurshid, M Veerappa Moily, Kapil Sibal, Kamal Nath, Sushil Kumar Shinde, Sharad Pawar, P Chidambaram, Praful Patel and Sriprakash Jaiswal, Congress MP Suresh Kalmadi, Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav, DMK's Kanimozhi, B S Yeddyurappa, Central Minister Farooq Abdullah, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and BSP Chief Mayawati.
As soon as Kejriwal was done with the list, uproar of the word “NO” is unison was heard aloud answering to his earlier asked question. The response came as a single voice from the many senior members from across India and about 400 AAP leaders. Moreover, to add to the effect, some of the supporters asked the Delhi CM to include the name of Rahul Gandhi, the Congress Vice President. With this support by the delegates of AAP party, he added Rahul’s name too in the list of corrupt persons.
He questioned the works done in the past by the two Indian political parties, Congress and BJP and the reason for their reason for being a failure. He threw light on the some of the facts, thay are:
Since the last five years, under the Congress tenure, electricity bills have shot up.
No CAG audit was done by the two parties even after constant probing from public.
To mitigate this, Kejriwal took some measures:
After coming into effect upon winning the elections, an audit was ordered.
Had a meeting with Lt. Governor and demanded for a probe.
When asked about the preparations for Lok Sabha elections, the confident Delhi CM Kejriwal said he is not worried about the number of AAP candidates in the constituencies because the motto of his party, AAP is to curb corruption. Thereby, concluding the meeting, he said that this upcoming election is a must to watch out since this is not just any ordinary elections.