Tag: AAP

Here, take An APology!

Our dear yugpurush, the one and only CM of all cities of Delhi Mr. Arvind Kejriwal is suddenly on an apology spree…. First came this apology letter to Mr. Majithia. Before you could digest it came the apologies to Nitin Gadkari and Kapil Sibal. CONgi Kapil Sibal found […]

I wonder why …

Its perfectly ok for some MLA’s in a certain union territory called Delhi can have dual income. The “nautanki” CM and his band of “soap” artists get on to the pulpit everyday and declare themselves as the only honest people around and EVERYONE else as corrupt. If there […]

49 day drama … An opportunity lost

When the Jantar Mantar Anna fasts were held, the mood was nearly like the independence movement – everyone excited about exposing corruption in high places. Arvind Kejriwal burst onto the national platform as the master strategist, organizer and activist. Then Congress threw the gauntlet much like Shakuni using […]

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