“The party’s national disciplinary committee has taken a decision to expel Prashant Bhushan, Yogendra Yadav, Anand Kumar and Ajit Jha. They were expelled for gross indiscipline, anti-party activities and violation of code of conduct of the party.” This sounds like a diktat from the Hitler-era!
Both sides have spoken out and produced their point of views. There have been no proof or indication produced in the public domain that says Prashant and Yogendra were grossly undisciplined. The word ‘gross’ was used without any understanding. It means vulgar and disgusting. Where was the vulgarity? Which anti-party activity?
Arvind, Prashant, Yogendra co-founded the Aam Aadmi Party in November 2012, committing to clean up Indian politics. Arvind, especially, promised the heavens and assured Delhi of a corruption-free environment. But once in power, his true colours emerged. He began to identify dissenting voices in the party and after that, began to remove them on flimsy and shocking grounds. Shazia Ilmi and Captain Gopinath also had to leave after noticing a variety of unethical practices and when informed of the same, Arvind asked them to mind their own business.
AAP stands at the brink of destruction and Arvind is doing everything it can to speed up the process. He has successfully disgraced himself as well as the party and the public regrets making him the chief minister of Delhi. People like Kumar Vishwas, Sanjay Singh and Ashish Khaitan are running around like wild animals, accusing anyone who comes in their way of being anti-farmer/people, which basically means anti-India! The Congress, the BJP and the rest may be many things, but to brand them as anti-Indians is a reactionary, impulsive comment. People like them should be reined in and the party should issue gag order. Their mouths should be taped because every time they open their mouths, only crap comes out.
In Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan, AAP had two intellectuals, people with vision, rationale and common sense. Every party needs such people. Such people believe in sharing ideas and batting for it. It does not mean they are rebels. It doesn’t mean they are challenging Arvind’s authority, although someone should do now.
The duo has been accused of making sure AAP lost Delhi elections. These are the kinds of unsubstantiated statements that reveal the desperate state of their minds.
The treatment meted out to these two respected individuals in their own fields is unacceptable. The kangaroo trials, expulsions, witch-hunts, character assassination, rumour campaigns and emotional theatre are tactics used to justify such macabre acts.
Ashish Khaitan, in particular, is a gross character. He appears conspiratorial and revengeful. He has been accused of indulging in paid news. He has written articles for Essar in the past when they were under government scrutiny.
How can so many people be wrong in their opinion of Arvind? It is not logical and makes zero sense. The reality is smartly masked by the appearance of this man being honest and uncorrupt. With power comes great responsibility, which is not being fulfilled by this man. Power surely corrupts and we’ll be fools to think that so many people are wrong, and the CM of Delhi is all righteous. Think about this – Won’t an educated man prove to be an even more dangerous politician? Knowledge is a great power tool and Mr. Kejriwal continues to hide his follies. It’s time to expose him and bring him down f we want democracy to prevail in this state.