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Should Delhi Police be under Delhi Government?




san-hugo
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My Conclusion : As far as Title of the thread does not promote AAP, Admins have no issues with discussions on AAP.

 
Post ID: 209830 27-01-14 11:09:57
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You need to understand the different between discussion and promotion. During discussion you can definitely bring positives of the AAP.

There is a thread that says other CMs copy the AAP is still going on. That thread definitely put the AAP in a positive way.

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Post ID: 209831 27-01-14 11:26:07
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san-hugo
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Delete as this is repeated in another thread.




 
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AAP, certainly changed the Politics equations (for good) in India. Now, whether or not one admits is their own prerogative. Deep down everyone knows AAP is here to stay and their policies are better. Ask a common man in Delhi, if you may. Calling names is the only resort that we have seen in the last 67 years so far, hence why it would be different now? Even Shastri Jee (the only Politician post independence that I add a suffix 'Jee' for reasons known to everyone) couldn't be spared from within the ranks of his own party. I equally understand that opposition Parties will never accept its policies and AAP. Indian opposition parties are only good at that - opposing, whether or not something is good for the country. The latter shall go to the dogs, they hardly care.

Despite of AAP's limitations, it forced the mainstream Political structure to talk about the common man, and a clean environment in which it must thrive.

They are as much threatened as their Dearest and own President goes on to record to particularly mention and thwart a political entity and its noble actions, despite of being a neutral Head of the State. Despicable, to say the least.

Isn't history being repeated? Was Gandhi also not treated the same way by Britishers, Sanghis, Revolutionaries, and the alike?


 
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Indian opposition parties are only good at that - opposing, whether or not something is good for the country.



And what Kejriwal is doing? Everything other that what he think is bad and he is opposing, he hasn't spared Judge, Doctor, Police, Media - you just name it.

To win elections you can put whatever blames you can put (a blunt lie - like Sheila is Corrupt and he has all the evidences. Now all of them disappeared in the air) but in reality no-one is completely good or bad. Kejri do have some good qualities, and the same way others should have good one. To say the only we are right and everyone else is wrong is supreme state of ego.

Regarding history - in the past Jay Prakash Narayan, VP Singh, NTR, Assom Gan Parishad - all gave lots of hope the people of India or their receptive states, now look at where they stand.

The only reason Kejri is created is to destabilize India. The Ford Foundation, CIA and the Congress itself is behind it.


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The Ford Foundation, CIA and the Congress itself is behind it.




Now you're talking. Reminds me of Zaid Hamid.

That was a good one :))


 
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san-hugo
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Lok Sabha election, AAP dominated India discussions at Davos, World Economic Forum's annual talk-fest

http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2014-01-23/india/46513310_1_aap-aam-aadmi-party-chandrajit-banerjee

While not many are willing to go on record with their take on 'India's newest political phenomenon' Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party and its potential impact on the upcoming general elections, almost every foreign leader is quizzing their Indian counterparts about these issues.


 
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san-hugo
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Delete as this is repeated in another thread.






LOL Surti Ji , what happened ? Feel free to ban my user, AAP malik ho Sir !


 
Post ID: 209851 27-01-14 23:51:58
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Now don't blame us - you have brought AAP into the discussion ... are you not de railing it now ??



Just making it clear. If you put your prism of criticism aside and read my post - my main point was focused around the Delhi Police and Governance issues, the AAP, Congress etc are mere references to current/future governments.

If you have something similar and I tried to moderate, please bring to any admin's notice.

Thanks for helping.




Absolutely disagree - when FP pointed out that any discussion on Delhi Govt. cannot be bereft of AAP reference , you disagreed .... and then as a flip flop you brought AAP yourself as a reference a couple of posts later .

When a thread is degrading AK , you allow it and most pleasurably indulge in it ... when a thread tries other wise , you take offense ....

You changed original title of the thread from 'Delhi Police : Not under Delhi Govt' to Should Delhi Police be brought under Delhi Govt ' .. Did some one complain or was it your idea ?

On the same lines would you mind changing the tile of the other thread to 'Did Arvind Kejariwal lie during the Dharna ' as I find the current title offensive by the same standard .

Please do not moderate with double standards ..As a poster your are free to post based on bias but as a moderator , please avoid doing that.

Flip flop .

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Surti
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Originally posted by san-hugo

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Delete as this is repeated in another thread.






LOL Surti Ji , what happened ? Feel free to ban my user, AAP malik ho Sir !



Funny!! I gave the reason, if you still not get it with real spirit, what else I can do.

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