Monday, May 25, 2015


Today the party has openly asked for full statehood. But is it justified on any ground viz territory or language or population.
The smallest state on territorial basis is goa which also is 18 times more than Delhi.
The language being predominantly Hindi and contiguitity with haryana on three sides it should be a part of haryana state. In fact at one time there was agitation for vishal haryana, Delhi and western up being a part of it. But no one will agree with it.
Again this being a city state will other metro politan cities be made states on consideration of population.
Finally being the seat of central govt. There is no way they will part with the security , power and privileges of central govt. To a state run by aap.
The state govt. Seems to be preparing ground
For agitational confrontation. Regds

On 24 May 2015 01:58, "R. Dua" <> wrote:

Thankyou Shri Gaur ji for summing this up so well.
Actually I was watching news hour just now.Mrs Neelam Katara ji said in another context but it does apply here too.

Apparently these political parties put the deputy or another functionary to take some action and then keep the option of face saving.
In all this face saving imbroglio we the ppl of Delhi suffer. Am sure ppl of del elected the govt to work in conjunction with all.

On 21 May 2015 23:38, "Gaur J K" <> wrote:

First of all the Chief Minister is not eccentric. But he is the public face of AAP and all that the party stands for. One of the demand is for full statehood so that he can excercise all powers of administration. Under the present arrangement he cannot do so.
Secondly it appears the Dy. chief Mr. Manish Shisodia is running the administration and he has a role behind all that is happening. His meeting with the president alongwith the Chief Minister clearly shows the clout he enjoys as a power centre. 
It is a part of well thought out strategy to blame the centre for failure to fulfil their promises.

Date: Wed, 20 May 2015 10:50:30 +0530

Ok, lets agree that CM is eccentric and that he is doing unconstitutional things. He does not know how to behave. Now please guide me as to why then there is a need to hold elections in delhi when the power is not vested in persons democratically chosen.

On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 1:38 PM, R. Dua <> wrote:

This kind of behaviour pattern by someone in cm's chair can further push the ppl to take law in their hands and using bricks n mortar.
It is most unbecoming and uncalled for in civilian society.

On 19 May 2015 13:29, "Venkatraman Ns" <> wrote:



India Against Corruption

                                             CHIEF MINISTER LOCKING OUT HIS OFFICER IS ECCENTRICITY

It is shocking  that a senior officer of Delhi government was locked out of his room in secretariat. Nobody would believe if Mr. Kejriwal, the Chief Minister would claim later on that he was not aware of this. This is a sort of behaviour that even a school boy would be ashamed of. Obviously, the governance in Delhi is now going for a toss.

If Mr. Kejriwal would want to settle a political score with the Lt. Governor of Delhi or the ruling party in Central government , he can proceed with the  methods that he is known for, but why humiliate a senior officer of his own government, who is not involved in his power games? Obviously, Mr. Kejriwal lacks the knowledge of  fundamental principles of  fair governance  and the wisdom that is expected to be associated with a Chief Minister.

In the past, his quixotic behaviour  like cutting the power connection and later on sitting in dharna as Chief Minister and signing files sitting on the road gave him lot of media attention. Perhaps, he believes that only such behaviour will be liked by the people of Delhi  and as usual media will give him lot of space and therefore, he continues to exhibit such eccentricities. Are Delhi citizens as na├»ve as he thinks ?


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