Can ‘Aam Aadmi’ spend Rs 5,000 for a meal?

Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal who claims to represent common man, is charging Rs. 5,000 from every person who wishes to have a meal with him. Far from their claims, it is a party only for ‘Khaas Aadmi’.

 Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) going by its name, claims to represent the socially & economically weaker section of society. The downtrodden section of society played a major role in reining them to power.

AAP has now reduced to a party of affluent people and you have to pay a huge price to get access to Aam Aadmi CM of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal.

Rs 5,000 and rising!

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The so-called ‘Aam Aadmi’ charges minimum of Rs 5,000 per person for having dinner with him. And, with the approaching elections date as the temperature rises, his rates also rises and goes up to whopping Rs 20,000. During Delhi assembly polls, Kejriwal charged Rs 20,000 per person close to elections date.

 

What about the common man

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Those who can afford to pay a huge price can easily meet Arvind Kejriwal. They can enjoy dinner with CM in a five star hotel but what the common people, the Delhi CM and his party claim to represent?

 

Governance is all about understanding and offering solutions to the problems faced by every section of society and a good political leader is one who is easily accessible to anyone and everyone.

 

Aam Aadmi Party is built on the support of public movements and innumerable selfless volunteers hail their success. People from all walks of life joined to ensure the success of AAP’s ideology. But, its failure in sticking to its basic premise is a huge setback for all the people who toiled for its success.

 

 

 

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