Huge gap between what Kejriwal says and does

AAP government is purposely following a course of conflict with centre government and other agencies to divert focus away from their misdeeds and people of Delhi are paying a heavy price because of the “confrontationist” attitude of Arvind Kejriwal.

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 People of Delhi are no regretting their decision of electing him as the CM, as there is a huge gap between what is say and what he does. In the run-up to assembly polls in Delhi, Kejriwal promised moon to voters and delivered nothing. He always has an excuse ready for the entire fulfillment. Delhi CM always plays the blame game by either trying to blame the Lieutenant Governor or the Police Commissioner or the Central government.

 Politics of conflict; Blame-game

There is no end to Aam Aadmi Party’s blame-game. For all the misdeeds and their inability to deliver, Delhi CM has standard excuse of passing on the blame to centre government or other agencies. Instead of indulging in blame-game and playing divisive politics, if AAP led Delhi government had spent even one tenth of their resources and energy in taking some constructive steps then things would have been much better in Delhi.

 Unfulfilled promises

Ahead of assembly polls in Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal made tall promises to grab voters’ attention. Not giving any thought before committing, majority of the promises turned out to be impractical & unrealistic. Unable to live up to his word, Kejriwal started indulging in blame game to divert public attention. Be it ensuring women safety, creating job or proving free WIFI in entire city or putting authorized tag on 1600 unauthorized colonies in Delhi, Kejriwal has some excuse ready up his sleeves for his inaction.

 Arvind Kejriwal came across as an agent of positive change and keeping high hopes, Delhi voters were expecting him to deliver what was promised. But to their sheer disappointment all they have witnessed in last one year is, blame-game and politics of conflict.

 

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