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Rajshekhar , student at BITS goa. I am here to learn. Oct, 07 2016

Do people still believe in AAP?



Rahul Sharma , Data Scientist at MuSigma Oct, 07 2016


They are better than others has to be the argument has to be used. they are not gods to be right in all the aspects. But they have truly under performed in every aspect. I mean every aspect but they are still better for state govt than the rest. Too Too armature to think of governance at national level. Soon they will realize it to stop chanting modi name 24*7

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They are better than others has to be the argument has to be used. they are not gods to be right in all the aspects. But they have truly under performed in every aspect. I mean every aspect but they are still better for state govt than the rest. Too Too armature to think of governance at national le


Mohsin , I am here to engage in meaningful discussions Oct, 08 2016


They have been a big disappointment so far.


Himanshu Shekhar , Studying Computer Science in MIT Pune Oct, 07 2016


I was very enthusiastic when AAM Aadmi party came to power because Kejriwal was one the person who was instrumental in bringing RTI. RTI brought great transparency in governance and I really felt empowered when I used it for the first time. People of Delhi had great faith in him and hence they got elected twice but the way their leaders are getting arrested and the way he plays blame game all the time makes me think if they are at all interested in governance. I am still hopeful that one day they will mend their ways and start working hard.
I was very enthusiastic when AAM Aadmi party came to power because Kejriwal was one the person who was instrumental in bringing RTI. RTI brought great transparency in governance and I really felt empowered when I used it for the first time. People of Delhi had great faith in him and hence they got e


Ahmed Azab , Interested in history, Political science and Oct, 07 2016


Most of the AAP supporters like me are in for the long haul. I will continue to believe in AAP until the time they continue to hold their anti-nepotism constitution above some Siddhu, they continue to fire the ministers having strong evidence of corruption, and they continue to provide pro-people government focused on basic issues like water, electricity, health and education [and not “pink revolution” and “muslim majority”].

Don’t confuse Indian internet with India. If Indian internet were India, BJP would have won 95% of the seats in Bihar.

And, there is no use of questioning the AAP support every few months.

Most of the AAP supporters like me are in for the long haul. I will continue to believe in AAP until the time they continue to hold their anti-nepotism constitution above some Siddhu, they continue to fire the ministers having strong evidence of corruption, and they continue to provide pro-people go


Akshat Rao , Junior Scientist at BARC, Trying Awaremonk. Oct, 07 2016


Still!?

I lost whatever belief I had in Kejriwal from the day his target shifted from corruption under the UPA to corruption under the NDA. And that too almost overnight. To me this showed that he cared as little about corruption as any other politician but was using it as a plank to position himself as a crusader against corruption. This was when the NDA had won the election and Narendra Bhai Modi declared PM. This was an attempt to paint Congress, BJP, BSP and basically all existing political parties as corrupt and position AAP as the party with a difference (clean).

In the past few years the clean sheen of AAP has been gradually wearing off. From sacking two people of calibre to almost daily murky revelations about AAP ministers the mask is now off.

No truer saying than A Lincolm ‘s ‘You can too some people all the time, all the people some of the time, but you can't fool all the people all the time.’

Still!? I lost whatever belief I had in Kejriwal from the day his target shifted from corruption under the UPA to corruption under the NDA. And that too almost overnight. To me this showed that he cared as little about corruption as any other politician but was using it as a plank to position himse