We, the Indians are so frustrated with our corrupted system that if someone stands up from the crowd and says that I will rescue you from this we immediately start following him. But have we ever thought of one thing that how can a common man help another common man? There is a popular saying – God helps those who help themselves so if God is also not able to save us without our effort then how can he be able to pull us up from this. We need to help ourselves first, we need to stop providing bribes for any rhymes and reasons and be prepared to wait (because that is the way things work if you don’t bribe officials) to get your work done.
We have to fight our own devils that reside within us and then only someone can help us. If I stop bribing to get the work done then also I am sure there are many people who just can’t wait so they will double the amount of bribe. Therefore it all zeroes down to the same thing that how can someone else help us when we are not willing to help ourselves?
Still in our mind we decide to support a good cause and though we cannot change our ways of doing things if something can be done to stop it from other side (we will offer but the rule must be strict so that they must say no to accept that). Yes everybody is supporting him thinking that he would be able to put an end to corruption by teaching people a lesson who are taking bribes (and not the ones who are giving bribes).
The Aam Aadmi Party is promising to perform more than that so here are few reasons to vote for Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party –
#1: Honest and Simple
There is a dearth of politician who are honest and who lives a simple and modest lifestyle. His honesty is his virtue and he really wants to make a difference with his honesty. His ideology is simple and people can easily relate to his thought process.
The amount of donation that he gets for his party is all made through transparent methods and no under the table or over the table business is involved.
Even the distribution of tickets to his candidates are transparent and a proper method is followed. The candidate is given ticket only after the background check is cleared through his set of team appointed for this work.
He has provided different manifesto to different places depending on the needs of the people in that particular area so that if the candidate is selected then he can start working towards the betterment of that area as the problems are known beforehand.
#5: Reason behind
The last but not the least reason to vote for Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party is that they have not joined politics to earn money instead they have joined the politics so that they can introduce a law which will punish the people who is involved in corruption.
Everybody is pinning their hope on him to perform what he promised so the expectation is sky high and he has to live up to the expectation.
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Confidence Vs Arrogance
Both , Sheila Dikshit ( Congress ) and Vijay Goel ( BJP ) , are loudly proclaiming that their party will win the forthcoming Delhi Assembly Elections , with a thumping majority
Even Arvind Kejriwal ( Aam Aadmi Party ) is saying the same
That is understandable , considering that the Commanders must enthuse their cadres
Such confidence on their part is a pre-requisite for winning
But what happens when Sheila Dikshit says ,
“ Aam Aadmi Party ? Who are they ? Nobody !
They don’t scare us . They are insignificant .
What is their agenda ? What is their record ?
People of Delhi will ignore them ! “
Now , that is bravado
People of Delhi !
For over a decade , you have suffered this insult
4th December is your time to teach a lesson to the arrogant rulers of Delhi
By voting / electing , at least 40 AAP candidates
Only you can give yourself a break !
• hemen parekh ( 12 Oct 2013 )