The AAP national convener has mastered the art of hitting below the
belt blatantly but after that he runs away and forgets everything. Why
Kejriwal use such cheap tactics?
It is a known fact that Capt Amarinder Singh during his term from
2002-2007 looted the wealth of Punjab and kept it in the accounts of
various Swiss banks. The Chief Minister of Delhi has been using the
issue to just get the political mileage.
There is nothing new in this revelations made by Kejriwal. Everyone
knows that Amarinder Singh has looted the wealth of Punjab during his
regime and put it in the Swiss bank accounts.
Perhaps, the AAP head wanted to gain some political and picked up the
issue which is already unearthed. The AAP head has mastered the art of
grabbing headlines by making controversial statements.
Kejriwal confidently dared Amarinder Singh to file a defamation suit
against him if he is wrong. He knew that nothing is new in the
revelations as already the matter is unearthed that Amarinder and his
family have accounts in Swiss Bank.
It is evident that Kejriwal believes in hit and run policy as this is
not the first case in the political career of AAP supremo. In the
beginning, when he was contesting the Delhi assembly polls, he told
the media that he had ample evidence against Sheila Dixit. Even he had
shown a 300 pages report to media and promised to put Dixit behind
bars after taking the reins of Delhi.
Taking u-turn on his own statement, when Kejriwal took the reins of
Delhi, he lost the 300 pages report against Dixit. Moreover, he didn’t
talk about the issue later.
In another case, Kejriwal had directed the Anti Corruption Bureau to
file a First Information Report against Mukesh Ambani for the alleged
embezzlement of high power tariff. Even a FIR was registered in that
case but still the case is hanging in the middle and no further step
was taken by the AAP government in this regard.
During his one of his visits in Punjab, Kejriwal openly called the
incumbent revenue minister Bikram Singh Majithia a drug lord. The AAP
national convener drew flak for his statement and also facing a
defamation suit filed by Majithia. However, he failed to submit even a
single document hinting the minister’s involvement in any drug case.
It has become the habit of Kejriwal to hit a prominent personality to
hit the headlines in the media and later he remains silent over his
controversial statements. In Capt Amarinder Singh’s case, he has
challenged him but he never anticipated the consequences. Whatever he
has done just for the political mileage to gain the publicity in the