Aam Aadmi Party – The name alone strikes the commonness feeling among all the people, isn’t it? The first victory is won in the name itself, the second was won when Mr. Kejriwal became CM of Delhi, the third was won when AAP somewhat fulfilled its Water and Power promises. But in all these, there are few things which would be costly to miss.
Challenges AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) Has Forgotten
Firstly, the party has only little political experience and in no way it can decide on following issues with confidence, certainty and conviction namely National Security, Indian Actions and Diplomacy in World Politics, Controlling Budget Deficits, Managing Dollar, Attracting FDI/FII, Maintaining Peace in Naxal/Insurgent Areas and Creating Industrial, Agricultural and Services Growth. In fact these issues might sound hebrew/latin to them.
Secondly, the party within one month of governance experience is facing problems in handling its 26 MLAs, how will it govern a country of more than 26 states? Thirdly, their power hungry leader, Mr. Kejriwal does not discuss decisions but dictates decisions (this fact is publicly spoken by two AAP members). Fourthly and Lastly, there aren’t enough reasons to believe that AAP has no nexus with Congress.
AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) – “Maya” or “Myth”
The party is new and psychologically we get attracted to new things if we are frustrated with old ones. AAP is “Maya” or “Myth” and a clear device of Congress to share the votes and increase its chances of retaining power. Once you are fooled by this “Maya” or “Myth”, there are black days for 5 more years. Will You still vote for AAP? Think Friends Think… Your vote is your contribution to Nation Building… Use it wisely.
CA Virag Shah, Mumbai Coordinator Modi For PM 2014