Now, Arvind Kejriwal has gone to jail. Arvind called Nitin Gadkari a “chor”. Gadkari sued. Now in court Arvind does not want to furnish bail bond on principle. I do not know what principled stand Arvind is following. It is the law of the land to furnish bail, no matter how innocent a person is, even if he is Arvind Kejriwal. If law is bad, change it. Till the law exists in law book, it has to be applied. If Kejriwal thinks someone is indeed a “chor” he must file a complaint with police. If complaint holds true, then due course of law will be followed. Arvind does not want to follow the law of the land. In that case, Kejriwal should not complain if the person whom Kerjiwal is accusing actually beats him up for calling him name. Then Kejriwal will cry differently that law is being unfair to him.
Arivind in Jail, at least till 6th of June, 2014, Shazia Ilmi, the fiesty AAP member, apparently has also resigned. It seems AAP is falling apart. It is so important to have proper organisation and policies in any organisation. WIthout them decisions become adhoc and dictatorial. Exactly what is happeing with AAP. It is also important to bite only as much as one can chew. I think AAP has badly misunderstood publich support and their own ability. Another good experiment resulted in failure because of poor execution.
Tags: AAP, Arvind Kejriwal, Yogendra Yadav, Naveen Jindal, Nitin Gadkari, Shazia Ilmi, Corruption, Bail Bond, Jail