GENERAL ELECTION 2014
REASON NO-1
Anna Hazare says that “obsession to become Prime
Minister has gone into Arvind Kejriwal‟s head”. That‟s exactl...
REASON NO-2
We do not want a leader who does nothing himself, but
spuriously doles away the precious and little savings of...
REASON NO-4
We do not want crony capitalism to be
replaced by crony journalism, where people like
Mr Manish Sisodia, Ms Sh...
REASON NO-5
Akin to the Mao Tse-tung‟s Little Red Book,
we do not want fatuously illogical books like
Swaraj by Mr Kejriwa...
REASON NO-6
We are tired of hearing one slogan-
mongering answer to all questions: “We
are doing this for the aam aadmi”. ...
REASON NO-7
We are tired of hearing that everyone is corrupt and
a thug; we already have a fair idea of who is corrupt.
We...
REASON NO-8
We do not want our Prime Minister or
Chief Minister of the nation‟s capital
swearing on his children — like a
...
REASON NO-9
We do not want an unscrupulous leader who
doesn‟t have any respect of law and breaks
the law with knavish impu...
REASON NO-10
We do not want dubious mass surveys to
be hawked as reasons for taking U-turns
on anything and everything for...
REASON NO-11
We do not want the Government at
the Centre to have the life of a poor
quality local jhadoo, which is invaria...
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in 2014 election going for JHADOO means going for worst, it is like wasting your vote because we all know he is not going to win a single seat in coming general election. please vote for BJP... go for BEST.... go for KAMAL....

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12 reasons to reject kejriwal

  1. 1. GENERAL ELECTION 2014
  2. 2. REASON NO-1 Anna Hazare says that “obsession to become Prime Minister has gone into Arvind Kejriwal‟s head”. That‟s exactly why we should not vote for Mr Kejriwal. Aiming to become the Prime Minister is nothing wrong. But the change agent, who the country is looking out for right now, should think of doing only the right things without compromising on issues; not an infatuated man who is visibly obsessed with becoming the Prime Minister. Mr Kejriwal could not even stay away from his greed to become the Chief Minister of Delhi and took acquisitive support from the same Congress, against which his entire election campaign had been mobilised.
  3. 3. REASON NO-2 We do not want a leader who does nothing himself, but spuriously doles away the precious and little savings of the previous Government in ridiculously thoughtless, populist and vote-bank oriented subsidies to the middle- class and rich, who can in any case afford to pay their bills, including those for water and electricity. REASON NO-3 We do not want Gandhi-topi wearing vandal MLAs implementing a vigilante justice mechanism to replace our already poor policing system. Imagine a Prime Minister who grandiosely claims, “I am an anarchist, so let my MLAs and MPs do such acts too”. We want the dignity of the Gandhi cap to remain.
  4. 4. REASON NO-4 We do not want crony capitalism to be replaced by crony journalism, where people like Mr Manish Sisodia, Ms Shazia Ilmi, Mr Ashutosh, Mr Jarnail Singh and others are carefully selected and given tickets due to their connections in different media houses; and those like Mr Punya Prasun Bajpai, who have not yet been given tickets, kept for their benefit in media houses, to be colluded with and used slyly when required in order to manipulate the unsuspecting masses by playing up farcically planned comments in so- called live interviews, and by playing down questions that are of crucial importance to the nation.
  5. 5. REASON NO-5 Akin to the Mao Tse-tung‟s Little Red Book, we do not want fatuously illogical books like Swaraj by Mr Kejriwal to be the book guiding our already challenged democracy. In the book, his heart might be at the right place, but his utterly uninitiated and intellectually handicapped suggestions, for example of making „mohalla committees‟ decide everything acrossthe country, are prescriptions for chaos, and would result in CPM-type local goondaism and anarchy all across the country.
  6. 6. REASON NO-6 We are tired of hearing one slogan- mongering answer to all questions: “We are doing this for the aam aadmi”. It seems the leaders of the AAP have negligible intellect, no vision and hide behind one answer to cover all their illiteracy. We need a leader who knows who is the true aam aadmi, and really works for them, instead of using their sentiments to take the masses for a ride.
  7. 7. REASON NO-7 We are tired of hearing that everyone is corrupt and a thug; we already have a fair idea of who is corrupt. We need solutions and we need changes, not random, sweeping, unsubstantiated statements and unending blame games. We also do not want him making beguiling allegations against various leaders by touring their home States, picking up a handful of villagers and showing how miserable they are. What matters are development indexes and the changes in those indexes. Our leader has to talk about how he can make better changes in our current development indexes through concrete policies, not captious rhetoric and banal outbursts.
  8. 8. REASON NO-8 We do not want our Prime Minister or Chief Minister of the nation‟s capital swearing on his children — like a husband does to his wife, when caught cheating on her — that too in public in a puerile manner, and soon after that going back on that very sworn statement.
  9. 9. REASON NO-9 We do not want an unscrupulous leader who doesn‟t have any respect of law and breaks the law with knavish impunity, whether by exhorting people to not pay toll taxes or asking them to tear up their bills. I am still amazed about how there has been no action against him for the facetious drama he did on Delhi streets before the Republic Day. Would the Government have spared me for doing the same? Then why should be there different rules for him?
  10. 10. REASON NO-10 We do not want dubious mass surveys to be hawked as reasons for taking U-turns on anything and everything for convenience. It‟s a cheap, laughable gimmick that whenever one wants to do something that people might question, I‟ll peddle speciously fishy, closed-door results of a so-called mass survey to justify my actions.
  11. 11. REASON NO-11 We do not want the Government at the Centre to have the life of a poor quality local jhadoo, which is invariably less than two months. REASON NO-12 And finally, we most certainly do not want our Prime Minister to sit on a dharna outside his own office or the Rashtrapati Bhavan, against his own Government, demanding the passing of certain Bills. We have seen this wacky joke playing out with Mr Kejriwal as Chief Minister. Still, one could take heart that mostly, only the nation was witness to it. Imagine the international community seeing such absurdly batty dramas unfolding at a national level. Spare us the opportunity.

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