As expected, Aam Admi Pary (AAP) who stormed the national capital and trounced Congress to form the minority government in Delhi will fall soon. Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, resigned following a tumultuous day in the state assembly where combined Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislators defeated his party’s attempt to introduce its most ambitious Jan Lokpal bill. As soon as he introduced the bill amid din in the Assembly, but aggressive Congress and the BJP leaders became strange bedfellows to force Speaker M.S. Dhir to go for voting.
In the voting, 42 members voted against the introduction of the bill, while only 27 MLAs - all AAP leaders - voted for it. Delhi assembly has a total strength of 70. Kejriwal staged a Walk Out understanding his government has been rejected.
Even prior to the fall of his 49 – day government, Kejriwal in various tones has pitched for the National Role stating it is the demand of the masses. Knowing well APP’s aim in entering politics is not to come to power; they have entered politics to change the current corrupt and self-serving system of politics forever. It is too early to make any assessment in fulfilling the aspiration of the masses. While the Political Pundits termed his government to have issued more threats than governance.
The newly formed Political outfit – AAP on November 2012, however did manage to change the outlook of political scenarios across the nation. As soon as he was invited to form the government by Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, Kejriwal asked the two parties to clear their stand on 18 issues it listed in letters to Congress President Sonia Gandhi and BJP Chief Rajnath Singh.