Monday, March 9, 2015

RE: [IAC#RG] Faction war in AAP

Respected Srabajitji

I think we need to watch the scenario for some more  time to be more objective in the assessment. Kindly consider what people are saying about Prashant and Yadav also. I am a businessman from Delhi  and I can give a long list of efforts which  decreased my  transaction cost  of dong business in delhi after coming of AAP . For example IT companies working in Delhi were required to take NOC from pollution control Board for which one has to pay bribe. With a very small change of NOC rules the service industry has been immensely benefited. This will also help in more green industry operation in NCT and increase in the service tax revenue for the government. Now will you tell me me where is inspector raj in this. 

There are number changes in VAT ( the recent carry forward) will help number of traders in Delhi.

warm regards
Rajveer Singh

Date: Sun, 8 Mar 2015 01:12:55 +0530
Subject: Re: [IAC#RG] Faction war in AAP

Dear Velu

It is highly unlikely that AK / AAP will change their spots. AAP is
emerging as a highly selfish party filled with corrupt people at the
top under a dictator. In simple words avatar of the Congress Party
under Indira Gandhi with "Garibi Hatao'. The next step is that there
will be "inspector raaj" in Delhi and tax paying trader/business class
will be harassed while land, bijli and water mafias make merry.

I had predicted this would happen. eg. my email to Shanti Bhushan ji
in Sept 2014

"On 28-Sep-2014, at 20:05, Sarbajit Roy <> wrote:
> Respected Shanti Bhushan ji
> Pranam
> Today is birthday of Shahid Bhagat Singh, so I am emboldened to make
> this appeal to you as you are without doubt the senior-most leader of
> Aam Aadmi Party.
> Sir, today the decent educated people of India are demanding that
> there should be a clean national opposition party with a clear vision
> and intellectual purpose which can constructively assist in taking the
> nation forward in a socialist manner, and also govern when chosen.
> Many Indians had hoped that Aam Aadmi Party would steer itself between
> the Scylla and Charybdis of "Crony Capitalism" and "Retrograde
> Communism" to ensure that India takes it rightful place in the
> community of nations.
> Unfortunately the Aam Aadmi Party seems to have fallen into the trap
> of electoral compromises and pandering to expectations from its
> workers and has shown itself to be just another political party which
> is going to retard the nation's progress.
> We watched with detachment and stood silent as all the opportunists
> and rent seekers joined your party in the wake of the Delhi poll
> results elections, and how they erased almost every remaining bit of
> credibility your party then retained.
> It is high time that your party abandons its reckless course of
> personality cult and vote bank politics under the tutelage of foreign
> agencies. We decent citizens of India urge you to expel all those
> persons in your party who had taken foreign funds from foreign
> agencies for their personal NGOs, no matter how high a position they
> enjoy. The taint on them cannot be wished away or washed away.
> It is certainly time to cleanse the national of corrupting foreign
> influences, and IAC shall pursue this line with all our national
> parties and not only AAP.
> Sarbajit"

On 3/6/15, Velu Muthiah <> wrote:
> I fully agree with the above remarks of NSV. It will be a sad day if AAP
> turns out to be yet another Indian political party cast in the same mould.
> In that case the party will go down in history as one which betrayed the
> faith placed in it by the Indian people. One can only hope that the party
> leadership realizes this and makes all out efforts to live up to their
> promise of being different, in every action
> Let leaders of AAP know that the whole world is watching them.
> *Will they raise up to the occasion?*
> *M.Velu*

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