In my post about ‘All that is wrong with Arvind Kejriwal’ (http://kapilgupta.in/all-that-is-wrong-with-arvind-kejriwal/), I had talked about what he is missing. That was done with a conscious assumption that he has the right intentions. Today, I want to not constraint myself with that assumption.
A closer look at the events of the last few months somehow tells me that Kejriwal is self-centred, power hungry and not afraid to misuse people’s trust. Please note by no means am I claiming that’s where he started, I am suggesting that’s where he seems to be now. If someone had asked me in October, I would have given him a thumbs-up on honesty and integrity.
Let’s look at some facts:
Everything points to one and only one conclusion – You are purely thinking about how to move forward in your ambition to get political mileage and something nationally. The problem is that you will be called and will be wiped. We can live with 60+ years of corruption but we are a very unforgiving lot when somebody lies to our face and treats us as stupid. 🙂
My last assertion is that you need to distinguish between an activist looking at newer holes in the system and an administrator plugging already found holes first. You can’t be both.
I may not have voted for you, but I was definitely looking for what change you will bring. And I am disappointed, extremely disappointed. And I deserve an apology.
You have lost credibility for now and it’s a long road uphill for you to get it back.