Is this the end of AAP?

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  1. SADAKHUSH

    SADAKHUSH Senior Member Senior Member

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    There are many questions come to my mind but this is should be the first to be dealt with. I would like to hear from local Indians who are to the political scene. As we all have watched the infighting in the party which led to exit of founding members, why the expelled members were unable to read AK mind? Did they not see it coming? How many more will be dealt with in the same manner as Bhusan? Is he going to be able to stay in power till the end of this five year term or disintegrate to cause new election?

    In MHO he will last for three years, during this time period we will be presented with more infighting and dramas.
     
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    The powers behind AAP are very sinister. They are supported by an international kabel behind them is very powerful. As long as funds keep coming , their will always be loyalists clinging to the idea of "swarajya".




    Plus AAPtards are thick as $hit. :lol:
     
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    SADAKHUSH Senior Member Senior Member

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    Even if there is unlimited funding nobody wants to be humiliated in public as was done to couple of public servants recently by Mr. Shishodia on a public stage and with departure of most of founding members. People within any party want be heard to which AK is allergic and if this attitude continues there will be more infighting leading to defection or formation of Independent groups.
     
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    SADAKHUSH Senior Member Senior Member

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    If, one takes in account the rally incident of self hanging by a Rajasthani man than the end of AK's AAP Rajya is almost here which is much more earlier than I thought. It is a relief. I hope all the elected MLA will start a process to dump the present leadership and move on with better leader for the rest of the term.
     
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    AAP is funded by external agencies; the reason why Kejri is still in power of the leadership and why he is supported despite his own party members making it clear how failed he is.

    Dream sellers they are a Ponzi political scheme which many have subscribed for their daily dose of AAPturds.
     
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    wrong thread.
     
  8. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Kejriwal clearly comes out as a political novice desperate to acquire a towering status that makes all feel beholden to him.

    Sadly, he is appearing more and more as a damp squib.

    What is worse is that the high highfalutin morality that he had initially assigned to himself and the AAP principles are slowly peeling off and are falling by the wayside.

    A good movement going sour and rotten.

    Sycophants are an anathema these days for the voters. See the example of the Congress. Kejri is now being seen to be foisted by his sycophant AAP 'leaders' and that is not really signaturing his fervent desire that like Gods, he has a halo around his head.
     
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    Vishwarupa Senior Member Senior Member

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    I Feel AAP is here to stay with so many foreigners brain behind AAP, it will not fall easily.
    what ever mistakes/blunders done by AAP will be blamed on BJP & MSM will make sure that AAP mistakes & misdeeds are covered well & will make it look like Modi/BJP Mistakes.
     
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    i thought plan of AAP was to replace congress and that is why they got congress supporters ...
     
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    AAP will end when JNU is nuked.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    it is just the beginning of the end.

    Kejriwal is such a fool, he said that Delhi contributes a lot to the Central Treasury and the Centre should give it back to Delhi so that the problems of Delhi can be solved and subsidies given

    Now, if all States demand the same, what will the Centre have to pay for Defence, Highways, Power etc?

    Populist speech but utterly idiotic.

    The man is a real fool, but then he is an Income Tax man with a mindset that is built in concrete.
     
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    Not going to happen soon. As long as he doles out freebies and makes the right noises, he will continue in power.

    Plus whom do we have as an alternate option--Nobody.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    The actuals are he will remain till the Treasury dries up with populist schemes.

    As Mickey Manmohan had said - Money does not grow on trees.
     
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    But Sir, that is the case with most of other states and we are not writing those leaders off.
     
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    IF AAP is really foreign funded, then it must have some kind of agenda, which may turn out to be bad for India, which means AAP is a trojan horse, which means RAW/IB/NSA must get to work and put an end to this for national security reasons.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Those States who have an abundant Treasury are ones where the politician leaders are not written off.

    Those States where the Treasury is ripping at the seams is.

    Look at WB.

    Check the manner in which the TMC has been spooked where violence and booth capturing has been rampant even in such a lowly election as that of the Calcutta or Kolkata Municipal Elections.

    Look at Behar.

    Nitish is having cold feet and is aligning with those he hates like poisonous snakes.

    Under Sheila Dixit, like it or not, there has been a sea change in Delhi. Delhi has enjoyed being the pampered child of India. The Delhities have got used to it as their birthright. Now, if the Treasury dries up and one cannot do a Sheila Dixit, the disappointment and anger will be palpable.
     
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    double post
     
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    Sir, immediately two states come to my mind, Punjab and AP, where the fiscal situation is very poor.

    Ms.Dixit whatever her faults kept the fiscal condition of Delhi in the pink. One has to give her credit for that.

    One has to understand AAP from a different perspective. They know they cannot fulfil the poll promises made to the people and the mandate is in true sense frightening. The only way to deflect the peoples anger will be to target Central agencies, not under their control, like the Delhi Police. In the coming months there will be confrontations with the Central Government.

    These are seasoned politicians, the only thing they lack is experience. They are in for a long haul in Delhi and we have to live with this fact.
     
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    Another is this the end of AAP thread ? What are these people smoking ?

    By the way I am surprised that Modi whose mere presence was enough to stop Chinese and Pakistani has not been able to stop foreign funded trojan horse AAP in his own backyard.

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    @sob sir when it comes to Delhi there is no convincing @Ray sir, he knows all about the "Lajpat Nagar" mentality.

    As for AAP as long as they don't run Delhi into the ground like what BJP has done with MCD they are A-okay.

    AK will definitely pluck all the low hanging fruit. Only those items are remaining which will require MCD and/or Central co-operation. Will people be swayed by BJP's Sambit Patra when he says they are co-operating or AK when he accuses them of non-co-operation ?
     
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