Comical Behaviour of Arvind Kejriwal
‘Absurdity’ has no limits as far as Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is concerned. Just to avoid his appearance before the Enforcement Directorate, he is saying that there was no fault of his and yet why the ED has been sending notice after notice to him. Even a layperson cannot avoid appearing before the court or any authority on the grounds of the notice being sent wrong. Therefore, he cannot judge his case. Everybody knows that if any notice has been received by him/her from the court or any authority, it is for him/her to prove that he/she was not at fault. Nobody can prejudge himself/ herself. The summoned person has to prove innocence, but he/she cannot refuse to appear in the court or before the authority. But Kejriwal is an altogether different person, and he has already claimed himself to be ‘not guilty’ even without appearing before the ED.
When Anna Hazare’s movement was at its peak at Jantar Mantar of New Delhi, I also used to go there as it was very near to my office in Connaught Place. Arvind Kejriwal used to make tall claims from the podium, most of them were laughable, to make Bharat a corruption-free country in a few months, if he was given the chance. People fed up with explosive corruption, provided him the opportunity to be at the helm of affairs. Strangely, he took the support of the same Congress Party, against which he had launched his agitation, to form his government for the first term because his party -AAP- had obtained a few seats less than what was needed to form the government. Such immoral, unethical compromises in politics are very common but Kejriwal had promised for a new discourse in politics and the people lapped him for it.
His understanding of the Constitution is hilarious, to say the least. When Sushil Kumar Shinde was the Home Minister of India, he threatened to get him arrested as he happened to be the elected Chief Minister of the Union Territory of Delhi. Sushil Kumar Shinde had then rightly laughed at him in derision over his insanity.
Kejriwal had many times openly accused Lalu Prasad Yadav of being a corrupt man. This was the reason that he even avoided talking to him on the stage during the swearing-in ceremony of Nitish Kumar at the time of his first alliance government with Lalu Prasad Yadav. But he has no such qualms nowadays as he has been regularly sharing a dais with him and is now an active partner in allying with disparate groups of people and parties across India. This shows Arvind Kejriwal is no different from others. He has shown his true colours.


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