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Wherever I go and whatever I do, I have only become a source of derision by commoners: says a passionate AAP volunteer

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Mr. Kumar Dhruv (Dhruba Mukherjee) is from Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. He volunteered for Aam AAdmi Party to bring about the change in Indian politics but now stands disillusioned due to systematic dilution in the party’s ideology. 

March 29, 2017: I, Dhruba Mukherjee want to say that I had never thought of joining any Political Party until I saw people like Arvindji and Annaji. I can’t tell what compelled me actually. The urge to join politics turned into a passion and I went straight from Jabalpur to Delhi in 2013.

I then followed Capt Hafeez in Jabalpur and again in Banaras. I worked with mind, body, and soul for the elections in Delhi aligning with Saurabh Bhardwaj and 28 candidates won at that time.

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I am appalled to see that the hard work of all the country’s volunteers has been junked off and superseded by the people in the higher position to defame your name.
Wherever I go and whatever I do, I have only become a source of derision by commoners. This simplifies that AAP leaders never understood the sentiments of Volunteers.
I feel plundered and hapless. I believe all the big leaders are engaged in publicity, either someone is thriving for poet convocation or selling the book or even for that matter relishing high-end red light cars to go to Uttar Pradesh at their homes.

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What needs to be understood is that it is us who are selfless volunteers and not the ones addressed already. What could have been my self-interest in going to Delhi all the way from Jabalpur and securing the winning of Saurabh Bhardwaj a successful one? Everything I did was for the sake of the country and not for my self-interest.

Well, I never hoped for anything in return but least of all, I would like to say one thing to you, What Pandit Nehruji did in 1948 has been reiterated today (2015) Arvindji Yogendra Prashant and Professor Anandji. If it is a crime to speak the truth, then I will continue to commit this crime for the country and will always fight for truth.

I have 9 questions for which I want Answers from Mr Arvind Kejriwal-

1) Do you know why Mrs Vimla Devi and Alka Lamba got Tickets?
2) Do you know why mafia has captured the Rai Sena School of C R Park?
3) Do you know why the Principal of Rai Sena School says “TU SAURABH BHARDWAJ KA CHITTHI LE KAR AA YAA KEJRIWAL KA, HUM TO AISE HI CHALLENGE” ?

4) Do you know that Management of Raisena school takes donation even up to 5 lakhs but give receipt of Rs 10000?
5) Do you know that Adv Lohit Gupta went to meet Manish Sisodiaji at Talkotra Stadium with some proof and other important papers regarding this school to take action against Mafia group, where some Bouncers have forcefully bent his arm and the file he was carrying was snatched?
6) Do you know, why in all the Vidhan Sabha seats- Congress votes were converted to AAP votes but except GK II seat where Congress vote was reduced but AAP vote was not increased, instead of AAP vote, BJP vote was increased?
7) Do you know 2.5 crores was spent on Close Circuit Cameras and in this tender only one party has given its bid?
8) Do you know who got the tender for the C C Camera at GK II/C R Park?
9) Do you know just after the election, Ashutosh had press conference along with you regarding the inauguration of his book? How many books he has sold on AAP Platform?

Sir, if you don’t know, kindly ask me I will give you the facts and figures.

Thanks & Regards
KUMAR DHRUV

Mr. Mukherjee can be reached at natpubindia @rediffmail.com
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  • pankaj goyal

    Sir , can you share more facts and answers to these questions .. just for my information ..and also i think AAP is the apparently best govt in India.So please enlighten us with facts

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AAP party making homeless feel the brunt of winters

The problem is acuter for the women and kids, who have no place to hide themselves from the exceptional cold wave of winter.

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According to a survey conducted by the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) in 2014, the national capital has around 16,000 homeless people. Wikimedia Commons
According to a survey conducted by the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) in 2014, the national capital has around 16,000 homeless people. Wikimedia Commons

NEW DELHI: The whole of India is reeling under the intense wave of cold and especially the NCR region which is heavily bogged down by the fog blanket. People can be seen wrapped in heavy woolens and are turning up to bonfires to keep themselves warm. Many trains are also getting delayed almost an everyday basis due to the heavy fog.

The cold wave has started taking a toll on the people and Surviving the harsh weather condition is becoming a grim reality for many. The cold is intense and becoming unbearable for the people who are sleeping in open. Due to it, many homeless and poor people are taking the direct hit of cold weather in Delhi.

According to a survey conducted by the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) in 2014, the national capital has around 16,000 homeless people. But the social activists deny these figures and state it to be around two lakh.

Also according to another report by Hindustan Times, the DUSIB’s winter action plan 2017-18 for night shelters was rolled out on November 15. But the ground realities are quite different from the claims made by the Arvind Kejriwal led party.

The minimum temperature recorded at 4.2 degree Celsius, three notches below the season’s average. The bone-chilling cold has brought many people to their knees and there is nothing much that they can do. According to police records, in the last six days, 44 people have already lost their lives due the bitter winter.

The huge promises of AAP party don’t seem to be fulfilled that they boasted during the time of election campaigns. One of the agenda that Arvind Kejriwal took up during election time was the rehabilitation of homeless people in makeover sheds. But the death count of people in the last 6 days has really brought the question of ethics and principals that was the prime agenda of AAP party.

In one of the recent tweets, former AAP party member, Kapil Sharma has exposed the filthy politics of Arvind Kejriwal.

The terribly cold nights on footpaths and open grounds are the only options left for homeless people. The Delhi government should come up with something substantial as the winter is already turning out to be too dangerous.

The problem is acuter for the women and kids, who have no place to hide themselves from the exceptional cold wave of winter.

Last year, following the demolition of the homeless shelter by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal expressed his concern over the issue and assured that there will be makeshift habitats for poor people. But till now nothing has been done from the government side to subdue the problem.