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Kejriwal not a Bolt from Blue
Kejriwal was far from an unknown commodity to the government when he first infiltrated Ramdev’s movement, then recruited Anna in his Lokpal movement as the leader, and then politically hijacked it. Aruna Roy of the National Advisory Council (NAC) has actually nurtured Kejriwal in his career as a professional activist. There are many conspiracy theories, but it is undeniable that the members of NAC associated with Kejriwal are all left leaning and maoist sympathizers and so was the case with the majority of the close aides of Anna before the split with Kejriwal. Now the maoist sympathizing segment forms part of various AAP advisory committees.
Forces of Destabilization
The two most vicious proxies of external forces of destabilization in India are the Jihadis and the Maoists. The Jihadis are the proxy soldiers of Pakistan who feed on religious fundamentalism. The Maoists are not only proxy soldiers of Chinese interests as is generally understood, they also draw their sustenance from some Missionary organizations and the Western world. In 2008, the killing of social worker Laxminanda Saraswati was allegedly engineered by a certain missionary organizations through Maoists. In March 2012, again in Odisha, two Italian tourists, Bousco Paolo and Claudio Colangelo, in a poorly staged drama got themselves abducted, to be used as bargaining chips for the release of other maoist leaders. Later in April 2012, a group of ten French tourists were deported from Bihar for collusion with the Maoists. In November 2012 an International Conference in ‘Support of Peoples War’ in India was held at Hamburg in Germany and was attended by delegates of more than two dozen countries. Members of the European Commission swooped in on Chhattisgarh to watch the trial of Binayak Sen. It was a blatant insult to India, but such is theblackmail and influence of Western organizations that the Indian establishment did not even whimper.
The congruency of the respective agendas of Jihadis, Maoists and their international benefactors, has impelled them to collaborate. Elements in the West have been using all these leverages to destabilize countries to further their strategic and economic interests. The US till very recently supported the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and AlQaeda in Syria (Al Nusra) and Iraq.It has been using ultraleftist groups to destabilize target countries in Latin America and South America.The umbrella organization of ultraleftist groups, ‘International Revolutionary Movement’, is headquartered in Chicago.
The overwhelming presence and influence of maoists and their over- ground activists in Team Anna was palpable. Later these elements drifted to AAP. The US imprint on AAP has already been discussed. To arrive at a proper assessment it is imperative that the views of AAP on other destabilizing forces like Jihadis, Separatists, Pakistan, Terrorism and Islamic Fundamentalists are also considered.
Members of AAP have never responded to questions on Maoism, Jihadi Terror and Pakistan. Insinuations have been made about their links with jihadi outfits in Pakistan and Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt through fundamentalist groups in India. Arvind Kejriwal in fact took umbrage when queried about his approach on Pakistan and terror. His hostility to the queries on security of India can be heard by clicking on the link below:
Kejriwal has been hobnobbing with Islamic Fundamentalists to further his political career. His political transaction with a rabid Islamic Fundamentalist, Tauqeer Raza Khan, Very recently, a power intoxicated AAP leader Gopal Rai and former leader of the student wing of ‘parliamentary revolutionaries’ a.ka CPI(ML), the All India Students Association (AISA), insulted a former Army Chief. To watch this violent streak in the AAP leader click on the link below:
Former Army Chief insulted by AAP Leader (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nO-tK4Arcnc)
Whatever the actual conduct, at the core of a domestic political party has to be a nationalist ideology, which is accepted or rejected by the people during elections, depending on the manner in which it translates into governance. A political party which does not divulge its foreign policy and security agenda will obviously raise a lot of questions.
Any political party which relies on the country’s instability for growth is anarchist and it destroys concepts of hard work, production and progress. It creates cynicism amongst the populace and negates demographic dividends. This is what the inimical forces are doing to India through their proxies which include terrorist outfits, NGOsand political parties. If the agenda of AAP was purely nationalistic it would come clean on where it stands on key issues.
Col. RSN Singh is a former Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) Officer and author of five books including Asian Strategy & Military Perspective, The Military Factor in Pakistan and The Unmaking of Nepal.