One thing that our noble parents taught us is, to have a good career and have a good personal life, and not really bother about the community or not to be a Bhagat Singh.
The net result is in front of everyone of us to see. The work of cleaning the system falls on shoulders of a few. We live in stinking cities with mafia police and corrupt bureaucrats governing us.
We have been also used to electing elitists, criminals, dynasties and incompetent to parliament and assemblies in this Parliamentary dictatorship. What kind of dialogue is possible with incompetent, elitist, power hungry corrupt idiots who occupy positions from top to bottom.
An elected politician can not touch any bureaucrat or police official, even when they know about the corruption.
Kejriwal is doing the right thing.It is called spending some well needed time for “sharpening the axe”. It is always better to spend some time to sharpen the axe rather than striking repeatedly with a blunt axe .Wielding a blunt axe does save sharpening time but has little effect with a lot of energy wasted.
With the Delhi Police (and also CBI) under center he would be challenged at every step of the way with non-cooperation. Keeping the Police and CBI under center is the center’s clever way of controlling the investigating agency itself. Kejriwal is spending much needed time for breaking the Delhi police from center to bring it under the state Govt spending well deserved time sharpening the axe.
There is no room for dialogue in India’s democracy. The corrupt bureaucrats and mafia police are much better entrenched than even the politicians. So, expect street protests in massive numbers, there is no way left.
Only a revolution can shake up the system and it will clean the police and judiciary. Otherwise, we are doomed in any case. Media and the easily brain washable female journalists in media will sell their souls for all kinds of privileges.
AAP is different from mainstream political parties…
“I want to spit at the faces of Arun Jaitley and senior lawyer Harish Salve to tell them to mend their ways… I warn you, the public is going to hound you and beat you”, Somnath Bharti, Delhi’s Law Minister.
I thin kfor bharthi anger causes harm, especially when one is at an important responsible position. Its better for Somnath Bharti to
choose his words rather than indulging in angry outbursts. Having said that Harish Salve, son of former Minister NKP
Salve is an elitist and it is exactly this kind of people, who claim to have great brains, while in reality they are bot