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Should Delhi Police be under Delhi Government?




elmer fudd
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Kejriwal's inexperience is showing and his regime has started on a wrong step. He's getting slapped around left, right and center by the media hit men.

Unfortunately, his ineptitude might contribute to the fizzling out of genuine anti-incumbency that has gripped the political establishment.

This is what happens when you co-opt with crypto-marxists/naxalites like Aruna Roy, Prashant Bhushan etc. The Kejriwal phenomenon was designed for failure from the start by the prevailing powers-that-be.


 
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febpreet
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This is what Gandhi said,

"Recall the face of the poorest and weakest man you have seen, and ask yourself if this step you contemplate is going to be any use to him."

Good to see Kejri is strictly following the basic priciples of the Nation's great forefather, when the latter's own party 'Congress' has long forgotten the basic principles under the aegis of which its forefathers fought for the country.

Kejriwal has rightly taken this principled stand, and I am sure Delhites (like myself) are still supporting him, at least, media and other parties' bashing nonetheless.


 
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Fido
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All this is to cover up Somnath Bharti and nothing else. It has nothing to do with the safety of women. Whenever you find anything, please post here



I think we need some aware ness here - one of the Officers protested against and sent on leave was the PCR van incharge in Paharganj where the Danish woman's rape took place ..

Read more at: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/arvind-kejriwal-ends-protest-wins-government-bows-lg-assurance-delhi-police/1/338975.html

We have seen the rape last year also and at that time also the refrain from Shiela Dixit was the same ...Delhi Police needs to come under Delhi Govt. ... Only then can there be accountability and control.

Let there be drama , let there be noise .. as long as it is in the right direction ..... I feel what should happen as per this episode is :

a. People will not blame Delhi Govt. for crime in Delhi ( happened with Shiela Dixit)

b. Delhi Police MIGHT become conscious .

c. The issue of DP coming under Delhi Govt. will come up amongst lawmakers sooner or later.

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Fido
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If things go in the manner they are , who knows we may have a revolution in sight bringing better life which Cong could not bring in 60+ years ...
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Delhite
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Let there be drama , let there be noise .. as long as it is in the right direction ..... I feel what should happen as per this episode is :

a. People will not blame Delhi Govt. for crime in Delhi ( happened with Shiela Dixit)

b. Delhi Police MIGHT become conscious .

c. The issue of DP coming under Delhi Govt. will come up amongst lawmakers sooner or later.



Very true. After this agitation (or you can call it drama), now most of people of Delhi become aware that Delhi Police is not under Delhi Govt. so for any irresponsible behavior of Delhi Police, Central Govt. is responsible. It will also make Delhi Police a little bit responsible because now they know that there is someone who can raise voice against them too.

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sghosedelhi
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Should Delhi police be under Delhi Govt.
My understanding is that on this forum we have a good group of ex civil servants, army officers, engineers, doctors and other distinguished professionals. And this would mean that we can always express our opinion in simple language without demeaning any body's opinion or personality.

For those of us who are not clear about Kejriwal, he definitely has two things to boast of. One he has cleared one of the toughest technical exams in India and also one of the toughest services exam in India. Being a bureaucrat he is aware how much corrupt the whole system is and thus he has this novel way of protesting because our systems have shut down or rather there is no system left.

For those who are not familiar about the administrative system of Delhi, let me clarify a few things: There are 4 pillars of power in Delhi - Lt Governor, Comm of Police, VC DDA & Commissioner Lands of MCD besides the democratically elected Govt of Delhi. Now none of these report to Delhi govt in terms of having to follow the mandate of Delhi govt. This makes the governance of Delhi extremely difficult for any body. Sheila Dixit could carry on because she was from Congress and she could not protest openly and secondly she could do some back room diplomacy with Ma Sonia to get these other jokers to behave. Notoriously Delhi police behavior is like an open bull in Calgary stampede with no control. If after this much of Satyagraha only two officers could not be even suspended, we can imagine the reach of DP. Definitely money is going to HM of India.

Those of us who get the benefit of good governance in Canada should feel that if there is a spark of revolution in India then it is coming from Kejriwal. His method may be revolutionary but probably that is the only way left now. I was thinking of going back and start some mohalla safety committee and if not successful then act like a vigilante western style. It is really impossible for women folk and even decent male folk to survive in Delhi.

If any friends want to call me names for these view points, no issues but just think and compare the life we have her compared to what is being offered there in India.

All the best to our friend Nightmare as you are in one of the best medical hands where you do not have to pay for getting a toilet or napkins in the hospital.

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Fido
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And he was a guy who was in perhaps one of the most affluent services in India and could have led a very comfortable life throughout w/o even having to bother what happens to others.

But he gave it up . He gave it up for a cause. He joined AH dharna and then Kapil Sibal challenged him to make Govt. He did that with the people of Delhi for the people of Delhi ...

This guy is fire for what he speaks or asks for is justified and when you are on the right , you do not fear any one ...

I m sure people of Delhi are wholly with him - if there were a re election , he would win with majority this time , since he promises change for the betterment of the society ..

Congress is getting jittery because here s a leader who displays what right hood should be and if he continues they will be wiped ..BJP is jittery because he spoils their very solid chance of forming Government this time ... like it happened in Delhi.

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Post ID: 209687 22-01-14 18:06:22
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Fido
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The real people with real agenda don't turn to gimmicks like this. They act. They make real changes.



Yes - this is exactly what Cong & BJP also say ..He should do this , he should do that ..He should be a real man ....

A real man like MMS , SK Shinde , Sharad Pawar , Rahul Gandhi , Robert Vadra .....

Since the league of real men seems finished , lets start with small real men who take small steps --Real changes do not come in a second ..It may take 5 more Dharnas of this kind to see some change ....

In stead of encouraging a fledgling person for his right efforts , he is being ridiculed by the so much corrupted political parties .... who feel threatened .

Nobody stopped Congress from bringing changes .... When they did not do anything and some one else is trying to , they would not allow him to showing their true color .

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Fido
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For those of us who are not clear about Kejriwal, he definitely has two things to boast of. One he has cleared one of the toughest technical exams in India and also one of the toughest services exam in India.



What makes him apart more is that from the plush careered IIIT ians and bureaucrats , he is the only one , who has left everything behind and joined the dirtiest of jobs ... Politics .... coz nothing can come up if the Governing Body is corrupt .....I sincerely & whole heartedly wish him luck and am sure am sure there are lots like me who look at him as an epitome of righteousness .

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Quote:
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Originally posted by sghosedelhi
For those of us who are not clear about Kejriwal, he definitely has two things to boast of. One he has cleared one of the toughest technical exams in India and also one of the toughest services exam in India.



What makes him apart more is that from the plush careered IIIT ians and bureaucrats , he is the only one , who has left everything behind and joined the dirtiest of jobs ... Politics .... coz nothing can come up if the Governing Body is corrupt .....I sincerely & whole heartedly wish him luck and am sure am sure there are lots like me who look at him as an epitome of righteousness .



Only one? How long will you keep pushing the agenda? He is not the only IITian who has joined politics, he is not the only IITian who is a chief minister.

And he has adopted to the posher life than earlier. Wake up, Sid!

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