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No list No Donation aims to reclaim the essence of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)

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New Delhi, April 6, 2017: Last week, Dr. Munish Raizada, the front runner of No list no donation initiative, along with other supporters marched to the AAP MLA offices, to give them the holy book Srimad Bhagavad Gita, symbolizing their demand for AAP Shudhikaran.

Many of volunteers expressed grave disappointment regarding the insouciance of AAP MLAs and higher authorites. AAP MLAs turned a blind eye to the initiative. Dr. Ajay Jamdagni said that if AAP MLAs are not accepting Bhagvad Gita then, perhaps, we should give him Quran, citing Vote bank politics played by AAP. Mr. Hari Shankar Sharma, former worker of Nangloi Vidhan Sabha said “Lok Tantra ke muh par bahut bada tamacha maara hai AAP ne” (AAP has been a great disappointment to Indian democracy). He also said that in this party sycophants and corrupts rake the rewards.

On April 2, Dr. Raizada along with supporters were marching towards Nangloi’s MLA office. Supporters were distributing the flyers consisting of details about No List No donation campaign (Chanda Bandh Satyagraha) to the residents of Vandana Vihar and its adjacent localities of Nangloi.

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AAP MLA Girish Soni of Madipur neither came out nor accepted the holy book. On the other hand, Nangloi’s MLA Raghuvendra Shaukeen was informed prior about the program, but he happened to not be present in his office.

No list No donation campaign aims to restore three fundamentals of AAP- Financial transparency, Internal Lokpal and expulsion of Party-High-Command culture. No list No Donation campaign aims to reclaim the essence of AAP on which it was founded.

– prepared by Sabhyata Badhwar. Twitter: @SabbyDarkhorse

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Arvind Kejriwal Accuses Modi Government of Betraying Farmers

The Modi government was worried more about Ambanis and Adanis, he alleged

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Arvind Kejriwal giving speech suring chanda bandh satyagrah
Modi government betrayed farmers: Kejriwal.

The Modi government has stabbed farmers in the back by telling the Supreme Court that it cannot implement recommendations of the M.S. Swaminathan Commission which the BJP promised to do so in 2014, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Friday.

Addressing a farmers rally here at Jantar Mantar, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader also slammed the Centre’s crop insurance scheme as a “fraud” and demanded that it be scrapped.

“Soldiers at the borders and farmers at thier farms are in distress. It’s a sad state of affairs. The BJP has dishonoured the promises it made in 2014,” Arvind Kejriwal said.

Thousands of farmers from across the country marched from Ramlila Maidan to Jantar Mantar in the heart of the capital seeking loan waiver and higher crop prices and warning political parties not to ignore their plight.

Reminding the BJP’s promise vis-a-vis the Swaminathan Commission, Kejriwal accused the ruling party of going back on its election promise.

“They have filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court and said they can’t implement it. There can’t be a greater betrayal than this. This government has stabbed farmers in the back,” he said, asking the government to take back the affidavit.

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He warned that if it failed to do so, farmers would teach the saffron party a lesson in the 2019 elections.

Demanding loan waiver for farmers, he also said that they must get fair price for their produce.

“They are not begging but fighting for their rights. Once their loans are waived, they won’t demand it again. The government should also buy the farmers’ produce at appropriate price.”

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He blasted the government’s crop insurance scheme.

“This is not an insurance scheme but it is BJP’s ‘kisan daka yojna’ (plunder farmers scheme). This must go and the money paid by farmers be returned. Instead, the government should start a compensation scheme for farmers.”

The Modi government was worried more about Ambanis and Adanis, he alleged. (IANS)