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AAP's deteriorating Apnapan-Aam Aadmi Party is Really Very AAM (Cheap Wala)

Ever since it came into existence, AAP has always managed to stay on top of the list featuring top 3 happening things in Indian politics. However, AAP has also managed to get good solid attention for wrongdoings not deserved & expected. Arvind Kejriwal had shown a supreme sense of confidence that made entire Delhi to accept the biggest political inferno (for other parties) with a big smile locked in.




Today, one thing is clearly noticeable that AAP is now up a creek without a paddle. The reason behind it includes the sheer indigestion of so many of it's ministers who couldn't digest the acceptance of their party in such gigantic manner. With cases against AAP ministers on consistent basis, I think the stars have aligned for Mr. Kejriwal to take some stern actions adhering to this new modus operandi of the party rather than reviewing movies and making trivial statements about Mr. Modi.

Names ranging from Sharad Chouhan, Naresh Yadav, Somnath Bharti to the recent surprise package Mr. Sandeep Kumar, the list of "BAD+AAP+TARDS" (AAP ministers who are in fact bastards) never seems to cease at any point. And all of them are accused of crimes as serious as sexual harassment, abetting suicide, intimidating women with rape and murder, molestation, rioting, unaccounted money, etc. What these crimes have done to AAP's image is certainly not what other political opponents could have thought of succeeding in.




It won't be an exaggeration to say that Arvind Kejriwal is fighting a political war against the likes of BJP, Congress, etc. by riding a chariot with most of it's horses indulging in anti society & non friendly tasks making party's survival difficult in the long run. Last but not least, one should consider a fact that AAP might have delivered most of it's promises or it might have been in the process of achieving so, Kejriwal's AAP is close but no cigar.

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