Aam Aadmi Party – Common man is the only hope

26 Nov

Indian Election Challenge for AAP

How many of Aam Aadmi(Common Man) in India has an aspiration to become politician? Answer would be zero. In India the common man never goes anywhere near to politics, the people with deep pockets can only think of becoming a politician. The first step to become a politician is to get a national political party ticket. The biggies of the Indian society donate a huge amount of money to get the party ticket after which they have to shed another huge amount for fighting the election. Here is Kejriwal, a common man who is trying to fight it out for Indians against the existing rich and powerful political parties of India. The money will be the only big hurdle in the success of Aam Aadmi Party(AAP). The political parties look at the elections as an investment in expectation of splendid returns over the next five years. It’s a well-known fact that elections in India are won only and only by money and power, votes of aam admi are bought, commodities like TV and fridge are distributed in return of votes.  In 2009 a report suggested that India spent ten thousand crore rupees or USD 2 billion in 2009 General Elections. How will AAP succeed without money?

The big corporates of India donate funds to the political parties in return of favourable policies and tax laws to suit their businesses. Kejriwal has already upset some of the top big corporates who in no way are going to support his party financially, as a domino effect many other business icons will surely restrict themselves from funding AAP. Kejriwal ideology won’t accept money from the rich gundas and goons of Indian society who are known for backing the Indian political parties financially. So who is left for funding? Yes the common men like us are the only hope for AAP. With Anna Hazare playing a double game and backing out of Kejriwals’ decision of political party at the last moment, there will be many Anna Hazare’s common man who will surely back out from donating generously to AAP.

AAP has a tough road ahead, but nothing is impossible. The AAP as such looks very good and promising. Arvind Kejriwal is implementing fresh ideas to rebuild India and make us corruption free, but the fact is that Aam Admin Party really needs to get all the aam aadmi of India on the same page and together which will be a daunting task. The big national parties like Congress and BJP know they have what it takes to win elections in India and Kejriwal doesn’t stand a chance to challenge them, that’s the reason they are openly bashing AAP. Now it’s totally up to us, the divided aam admin to come together as one unit and support AAP to an extent that it survives and win elections.
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