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Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Is Kejriwal a Drama Queen of Indian Politics?

Indian politics is now on some other level. Once which was just a matter of fights, hate speeches, criticism and what not, can now be summed up as an act of humour. Seriously, if you are bored enough just switch on a news channel and witness how hilarious the politicians can be, you’ll have a good time I’m sure. Look at the Chief minister of Delhi Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, one of the most colourful politician (if at all we consider him to be) in the political history. Support him or deny him but you certainly can’t ignore him. An IITian turned politician is enjoying a lot more fame in the country from the people who are frustrated with that regular politics. He is good enough to be an interesting topic for the news channels as he never fails in providing some spellbinding moves.

Since the time he was elected as the CM he’s been showing his “DRAMA” effortlessly first dropping from the position of the CM then contesting the elections again, everything has been a typically over exaggerated move! He is quite a famous personality on the social network Twitter too. The hashtags “#KEJRIBAWAAL and #AAPNAUTANKI” were quite a trend.

God knows who has put in his brain that over expressions will lead him well. You need to calm down a little Mr. CM. And why does he believe that the honourable Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi is only and only “concerned” about him, that his more than half of the work revolves around “The Kejriwal”. He is so quick at pointing out the flaws of others without even giving a second thought which makes him the troll factor of the country. If he really feels that whatever he does is some kind of heavenly blessing to the country, he should definitely start using his brain immediately!

Why does his every action turn out to be nothing but a nemesis? Not a single day goes when he does not fire crap on others, some of his words are worth and most of them are mere a way to catch public’s attention. Sometimes he gets praised or rubbished or analysed or attacked, but this person never ever tries to stop his uncanny deeds whatsoever. I’m sure we as the citizens of India don’t have grudges against him, this can be seen by him winning the Delhi polls, but he needs to come out of that insane shell he is in and work sensibly towards the betterment of the country. If he does his work properly I’m sure we can then tolerate his chucklesome “JOKES” too!



Written by Arushi Singh
Professionally an IT Engineer, Amateurly a Writer


 
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