Author: Dr. Abdul Ruff
Edited & Modified by Divas
The historic win in Delhi Assembly has not made the Aam Aadmi Party(AAP),which stands for common people, and its government complacent about their achievement and they are quite serious about anti-corruption program for not just Delhi state, but for entire India.
AAP’s firm mindset has annoyed the usual corrupt political parties working to make the rich richer and corporate class grow stronger.
The old political outfits are concerned over AAP’s increasing popularity, hence they oppose anti-corruption movement of Hazare and Kejriwal.
But, Aam Aadmi leaders are stead fast in their resolve to make India corruption free.
Amid staunch opposition from big national parties like Congress party and BJP, Aam Aadmi Party that now rules Delhi state, goes ahead with passing its Jan Lokpal Bill.
The issue of anti-corruption Jan Lokpal Bill has been the top agenda of the party even before the Delhi poll.
AAP had raised the Lokpal bill issues on its During the Delhi poll campaigns and after that.
Both Congress and BJP lost their face in Delhi polls, and AAP came to the power with overwhelming majority.
Delhi chief minister and AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal has placed the Lokpal bill on the table of the House but the opposition parties opposed the Bill.
Interestingly, both Congress and BJP have been demanding the AAP government to fulfill all poll promises given to the people.
However, the big parties are annoyed at AAP government’s decision to go for a legal vote to implement the Jan Lokpal Bill.
Kejriwal has clearly stated that he would resign if the bill is defeated in the House.
India has seen an important phenomenon: both Congress and BJP are now together in their opposition to the anti-corruption Jan Lokpal Bill.
An impression has been created in India that Congress, BJP and other big parties are mired in corruption, while the new AAP is eager to wipe out corruption from India.
According to the latest news, the Lokpal Bill was not introduced in the Assembly for debate since about 42 MLAs form Congress, BJP and other parties spoke against supporting the bill.