Arun Jaitley Accepts Apology of Arvind Kejriwal

Arvind Kejriwal
Arvind Kejriwal

The victory of AAP in Delhi election was based on falsehood when Kejriwal and other AAP leaders had gone berserk and baselessly called their opponents corrupt.

By Rakesh Raman

As his beg-pardon spree continues, the beleaguered Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and Delhi chief minister (CM) Arvind Kejriwal today prostrated in front of India’s finance minister Arun Jaitley asking him to spare him for his false allegations against Jaitley.

Last month, Kejriwal – who is known for telling lies blatantly – had expressed regret to Punjab politician Bikram Majithia and another Indian minister and BJP leader Nitin Gadkari for making unsubstantiated obnoxious remarks against them.

After the apology, Majithia and Gadkari had decided to withdraw the defamation cases against Kejriwal, who owes similar apologies to a number of politicians.

Now, it is learnt that Jaitley has also decided to pardon Kejriwal and he will also withdraw the defamation case filed against the AAP leader.

[ दिल्ली के स्कूलों में शिक्षा का गिरता हुआ स्तर और उसमें सुधार का प्रयास ]

Today, BJP asked if a liar like Kejriwal has any right to hold his position. “These apology letters by Arvind Kejriwal and AAP leaders is a proof that the entire party is based only on lies and they change their stand as per their convenience. No one has cheated Delhi like AAP,” BJP said.

AAP Crimes

It is said that Kejriwal is facing dozens of defamation cases for making wild, unsubstantiated allegations against his opponents. Most AAP leaders are goons who either quarrel with their adversaries, beat them, or issue derogatory remarks against them.

Recently, Manish Sisodia – an AAP leader and minister in Kejriwal’s Delhi Government alleged that the Lt. Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal is trying to protect the corrupt bureaucratic system in Delhi. It was a baseless rhetoric. But Sisodia has not yet issued his apology.

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It is also seen that Kejriwal is begging for pardon only in those cases where he has been dragged to the court. For example, the IAS officers have been demanding an apology from him, but he has not shown any regret for the alleged attack on Delhi chief secretary Aanshu Prakash.

Rather, Kejriwal has threatened the bureaucrats by saying that if they did not obey his orders, he will take stern action against them.

The victory of AAP in 2015 Delhi election was based on such falsehood when Kejriwal and other AAP leaders had gone berserk and baselessly called their opponents corrupt.

People of Delhi got tricked and voted for AAP assuming that Kejriwal is an honest politician who is fighting against corruption.

But the fact is that Kejriwal and his cronies have been telling blatant lies to cheat the people of Delhi to win elections by hook or by crook. As Kejriwal has duped millions of Delhi voters, he must tender an apology to them and step down from the CM’s chair.

Meanwhile, in an ongoing RMN Poll, a whopping 77% people say they are not satisfied with Kejriwal government.

Most people believe that in just 3 years of their rule, Kejriwal and AAP have caused such a damage to Delhi that now it will take it almost 30 years to recover from the ruins.

By Rakesh Raman, who is a national award-winning journalist and social activist. He is the founder of a humanitarian organization RMN Foundation which is working in diverse areas to help the disadvantaged and distressed people in the society.

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