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Is the Aam Aadmi Party the right choice : Part I

Posted by Shreyans Jain Wednesday, 27 November 2013 1 comments

Elections in India have been reduced to merely a game of money and muscle power. Deeper the pockets of the contesting candidate, stronger are his chances of winning the elections. This is the case with nearly all the political parties in India. The voters are equally responsible for electing corrupt, callous and unscrupulous candidates to power every five years. Neither do they think before exercising their right to vote nor do they discourage malpractices like distribution of liquor, clothes, electronic gadgets and other freebies, thereby becoming an accomplice to this process of electing corrupt politicians to power. The most common question that arises it that who is to be blamed for this morbid state of the system. More importantly, is electing one corrupt electorate after the other in successive elections (and thereby encouraging dynastic politics in some cases) the only solution to check the flaws in this electoral framework?

The last two years have witnessed an unprecedented public awakening with millions of common Indians from all walks of life coming out on streets to fight against the demon of corruption. This display of passion and echoing of national sentiments has not only stirred our collective conscience but has also reinforced the demand for transparent, responsible and corruption-free governance. The national anti-corruption movement organized by the India Against Corruption Team not only exposed the cunning face of the politicians but also reiterated the fact that no political party in India today works in a common man's interest. The Janlokpal Movement was a call to all the politicians of India to listen to the common man's miseries. For nearly two years eminent social activists like Anna Hazare, Arvind Kejriwal, Kiran Bedi et al tried every single way available to plead the common man’s case to the government by protesting peacefully, courting arrests, fasting for indefinite periods of time and by negotiating with the government on several occasions. All that they got in return were false promises and assurances to form a strong anti- corruption law. But despite the huge wave of public support in favour of a strong anti-corruption law, all political parties betrayed the people of India and deliberately and vehemently sabotaged the Janlokpal Bill. Instead all them unanimously echoed the same tone, “Form a political party of your own, contest the elections and come to power. The Bill can then be debated in the Parliament”. 



Today when the leaders of the anti-corruption movement have organized themselves into an honest and responsible political party, their course of action is being termed as political ambition being realised. The Aam Aadmi Party is playing the most active role in awakening the conscience of the citizens by launching a political struggle to bring power back into the people's hands. Not only is the party determined to clean the ‘cesspool’ that only the irredeemably venal plunge into but is also determined to stem corruption at the grassroots levels. Their decision to enter politics is a welcome step as they intend to change the current corrupt and self-serving system of politics forever so that no matter whosoever comes to power in the future, the system is strong enough to withstand corruption at any level of governance.

Continue reading : Is the Aam Aadmi Party the right choice : Part II

1 comments:

Vicky said...

WOW, I really want that AAP wins upcoming Delhi assembly election 2015. Let the Aam aadmi rule the india, kejriwal fir se.

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