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Maoist activity – Its Rise in Delhi and National Capital Region

The war on Red Terror is no longer limited to remote jungles in far-off districts as urban Maoists have become a clear and present danger. Maoist front organisations, have succeeded in penetrating urban India and have managed to give a slip to intelligence agencies for some years.

In 2013, we had written on world wide “Civil Society movements ” and how the same model is being sought to be replicated in Bharat as well. The Maoist strategy is to launch / infiltrate civil society movements and develop cadre through that. Read the Article here .

As per the Institute for Defence Study & Analysis, the Maoists had prepared an urban perspective plan — a blue print for their urban movement/activities in September 2007. It is believed that Gobad Ghandy alias Rajan, who was arrested in September 2009 in New Delhi, played a major role in the preparation of this urban perspective plan.

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Intelligence agencies stumbled upon the Maoist strategy of setting urban bases in cities like Delhi in 2009 with the arrest of Kobad Ghandy from Delhi. – Courtesy IndiaToday

 

The Urban Movement has a defined role in the political strategy and military strategy of the CPI (Maoist). According to the CPI (Maoist),

“…being the centres of concentration of the industrial proletariat, urban areas play an important part within the political strategy of the new Democratic Revolution”. The Maoists envisage that they would mobilise and organise the industrial workers and channelise them towards playing “leadership role in organising the agrarian revolution by sending by sending … advanced detachment to the rural areas”.

In the Maoist scheme of things the objectives/tasks of the Urban Movement could be classified under three broad heads:

(a) mobilise and organise the basic masses and build the party on that basis ;

(b) build the United Front and

(c) Military tasks .

Looking at the leadership and rise of some of the neo political parties from Delhi and some other parts of the country , it is clear that the strategy # 1 has been employed.
Intelligence agencies stumbled upon the Maoist strategy of setting urban bases in cities like Delhi in 2009 with the arrest of Kobad Ghandy from Delhi.
In addition the Red Terror affected districts, it is reported that the Home Ministry has identified several organisations in Delhi and the National Capital Region as Maoist front organisations.
These organisations and political parties try to gain inroads by talking about issues like  “bijli, paani, sadak aur rojgaar “, issues that are relevant to the common person. At the same time, the masterminds work on their bigger strategy of disruption and taking over control of government.
The Delhi election is a case study about the strategy of Maoists being put into action in a major metro.

 

References :

1. India Today

2. IDSA

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Sermon on the Streets

The lefties are in general experts in deception. For one, they use disruption and blackmail as replacements to what is required in a civilized society – most significantly truth and transparency in public discourse, stability of state and society, and respect for institutions processes and their proper functioning. The recent phenomenon of AAP is not really different in this matter. Whether it is moralizing to others without having any morality themselves, assuming a pedestal to escape scrutiny, looking for soft targets, immoral use of public emotions, conflating goals with high sounding and vacuous theories, essentially AAP is through and through commie. Their discourse is best described as ‘Sermon on the Streets’ – something meant to catch following with no clue what the following is for.

Main Problem – Lack of Accountability

What Kejriwal demonstrated inside and outside of government is his absolute lack of accountability. When making false allegations, he is not accountable because his goal is not to ‘prove’ – after all his goal is what matters, not his action, and he is not accountable either to society or to state in any matter! He can go blackmailing the society and state with disruption. And worse, he can do that even as CM of a state when his primary responsibility is to ensure no disruption actually happens.

 Given that Kejriwal’s ascent to power happened without a clear majority, his primary role one would expect is to set things right in Delhi before initiating things that require a bigger mandate. Yet he does things entirely opposite, and without showing any consistency or commitment to his responsibilities resorts to blackmail every now and then. He threatens people that if his proposed bill does not get passed through his insisted unconstitutional method, he would resign. In spite of an assurance of support from both opposition and alliance in case he follows the procedure, he does not. He undermines the protocol and Lt Governor and tries to push things in his usual unruly ways. Finally he resigns after making false allegations against other parties.

The brief story of his ascent and resignation only that of his lack of accountability, untrustworthiness and dishonesty. Five year tenure for a government is not laid down for no reason – it is meant to allow the government function, consistently perform its basic duties while taking time for well thought out reforms as needed. Leaving a position within two months is considered unprofessional and unethical even in small time jobs, unless one can demonstrate and indispensable reason. To quit government in less than two months without any compelling reason like sabotage is unforgivable. Kejriwal must know that legislation is a small part of governance – majority of governance involves execution and implementation of what is already legislated. Can the country afford such unreliable leaders to be voted to power? Forget power, can they be trusted to function responsibly even in opposition? In spite of conducting so irresponsibly if they think they can audaciously compete for lok sabha polls, is it bringing down politics or reforming it?

Democracy

The real test of someone’s conformance with an open society democracy is the way they deal with dissent and opposition. The congress has a history of suppressing dissent and opposition for want of truth in their favor – right from illegitimately trying to fix opponents into fake cases and character assassination to banning books. Whether it is the targeting of Savarkar and RSS in 1948 or emergency or the recent bogie of Hindu terror, congress leadership in its socialist friendship conducted itself in the most inimical way to an open society democracy. Communist parties always stood one step ahead of congress in this matter. AAP with its cong-naxal background can therefore not be expected to augur well for any open society democracy.

Legislations are meant to be proposed, presented, reviewed, revised, refined until they are found to be in perfect consonance with existing law and implementable. The purpose of dissent is so thoroughly undermined by Kejriwal that he does not fit into any kind of democracy. It is as if he has the right to dissent with out of power and there can be no dissent when he is in power. Such duplicity is not just his individual trait but of his unfit-for-democracy party.

Here is a compilation on mediacrooks of the way in which the AAP leaders respond to criticism and opposition:

ImageCan any democracy or a civilized society allow such unruly, anti-social and rowdy element to lead it?

This being the fact, the party calling itself a common man party is where the real deception lies. Open society democracy is of the people precisely because it is of the common man – there is nothing more inimical to the interests of the common man than being damaging to democracy and democratic methods.

Anti-Corruption

The anti-corruption movement that was initially started by the nationalists threatened the corrupt and congress because its primary agenda included not just prosecuting scamsters but bringing back the black money from abroad. Right from 2G and coal allocation several scams were exposed and brought into public awareness. Bringing back black money stashed abroad was one of the major demands of the anti-corruption agitators like Ramdev Baba.

Anti-Corruption Achievements of AAP

  1. AAP or its gang did not expose any of the scams or corruption – they happen to be exposed by the nationalists. Kejriwal merely repeated some allegations against Robert Vadra, riding on someone else’s work to gain some public space. Prashant Bhushan tried to hog the limelight for 2G expose he did not do – it was exposed by Pioneer.
  2. Black money issue was completely subverted by friends of congress – black money is not just about fiscal corruption, it is anti-social in many ways and AAP hides this more dangerous aspect, vacuously making noise in the name of corruption, trying to equate pickpocketing to treason.
  3. AAP hijacked the original agenda of anti-corruption, fizzled it out of its spirit and word, reduced it to some farce of a law and then finally aligned with the party that has been looting the country for decades.
  4. Kejriwal made false allegations against Nitin Gadkari and retreated when asked for proof. He called Modi corrupt, which even congress did not dare accuse. So essentially he brought down the movement from its roots in truth to the realm of allegations and mudslinging. This is a bigger sabotage of the otherwise sustained anti-corruption activity in the country.
  5. Kejriwal cynically abused and misused the public sentiment against corruption to malign the BJP while carefully covered up congress in multiple steps.
  6. Not surprisingly for skeptics, the moment AAP got to power there is no talk of congress corruption anymore, Sheila Dixit and other scamsters are no more villains. This deception seems to be lost on many, in the vain hope that Kejriwal needs more time to do things right. However Skeptics cannot ignore the possibility of the cynical way in which sample scapegoats are being kept ready to be sacrificed for elections – while the AAP agenda has nothing that can contain or catch the biggest criminals.

It is not an exaggeration to say Kejriwal was brought to render the anti-corruption agitation harmless for the congress – his achievement is precisely that. Many quickly jump to call this a ‘conspiracy theory’, as though conspiracy needs an evidence. But we have not proceeded from allegation to data – we are proceeding from data to deduction and that leaves no scope for calling this a conspiracy theory or a speculation. Now whether his ‘intentions are good’, whether he meant to fizzle down the movement or did it by mistake is for him to demonstrate, because it is his actions in question ultimately.

What’s with corruption, anyway!

Corruption itself, is one of the several problems – being fiscally non-corrupt is a virtue of many commies of Bengal and Kerala, does that save the destruction they did in these regions? And if one were to bear a sense of proportion, both stagnation and growth of a society involve both corrupt and non-corrupt methods. To disorient the public discourse as though corruption is the only issue and suppressing topics of importance, is in itself deception of people. Look at the way issues of foreign funding or anti-nationals like Prashant Bhushan in the party or Kejriwal’s dubious friends like NAC members, convicted criminals like Binayak Sen become non-issues when in reality they are far more serious problems than corruption.

Who does AAP actually threaten?

India in the days of Russian friendship has seen a dangerous consolidation of communists in politics and academics. Naxalite movements, communist parties and communist influence within congress party rose steeply. While their stranglehold on academics remains, the naxalite movements and communist hegemony was controlled to an extent after the fall of USSR. Maoism, a Chinese gift is still being fought.

The prospects of a party like AAP threatens the revival of India in every way –

  1. Economic revival is threatened with its freebie culture and anti-investment climate they are creating.
  2. Development of the country is threatened by its apathy towards infrastructure and job creation.
  3. Both internal and external security is threatened, with the way the likes of AAP try to weaken the morale of security forces and align openly with naxals and jihadis.
  4. Integrity of the nation is threatened by their antagonism to the core identity of the nation.
  5. Social order and harmony are threatened by their anarchist ways.

Save Congress

It threatens the nation more than anyone and anything. That AAP does not threaten congress, that it is meant to protect congress, that its challenge is to BJP and other nationalists should by now be clear to any observant mind. That a vote for AAP is an indirect vote for congress, is already said by some – but it should be realized that a vote for AAP is a vote against the stability and development of the nation, and an invitation of danger to the nation. Outfits like AAP are floated to cynically exploit anti-incumbency, to curtail the strong anti-congress sentiment from expressing itself in the ballot, which is essentially an antithesis of democracy.

While AAP is the most recent example, the trick that congress uses is not new. Here is the algorithm –

  1. Rise credibility for the person by making him shout against congress misdeeds and corruption
  2. Make him look like a personification of ideals and employ media in his favor
  3. Garner votes in his name and divide anti-incumbency vote
  4. Keep the person and outfit as long as it suits, merge him back when it suits.

PRP and TRS of Andhra Pradesh are precursors of AAP in this matter. It is their success that made congress attempt AAP in Delhi. A partial success of AAP in Delhi was sufficient to prevent a good government – and emboldens them for a bigger bait in loksabha. However their actions and intent are both clear by now, and the common man should by now be seeing through those.

AAP is not the only player in this, though. Third front, a prospective stitch of currently pro-congress parties like the SP and JD, is another similar attempt at dividing anti-congress vote and reinstating congress in power through the back door. The fact that a third front conveniently keeps forming and disintegrating, is itself the evidence. Sometimes it is a left front, sometimes third front, sometimes it is AAP. Goal remains the same – preventing a strong nationalist dispensation by fracturing votes. A strong nationalist dispensation hampers the prospects of petty and selfish politicians and remains their biggest enemy. There is no other reason why these savers of congress, be it AAP or JD or SP should hate BJP or RSS so much.

Muzzafarnagar riots – Arvind Kejriwal Spits and Runs

In the riots at Muzzafarnagar, Azam Khan of the Samajwadi Party was alleged to have instructed the state administration to show a blind eye to attacks of Muslims on Hindus.

Taking a cue from their partner in centre, the Congress Gen Secretary, Rahul Gandhi tried to gain brownie  points by bringing in the issues that ISI is gaining ground in Muzzafarnagar due to the attacks.

The Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal, probably taking inputs from his “civil society brethren” went a step further by accusing the BJP and the RSS of engineering the riots. He issued a public statement stating ” While, the spark came from a ten-day old local conflict, it is clear that the situation has assumed its current proportion due to overt and covert stoking of communal fire by the RSS-BJP combine and the Samajwadi Party government. On the one hand, the presence of several political leaders, mostly from the BJP, in the Maha-panchayat that preceded violence confirms the suspicions about the role of RSS-BJP .”

However, on realising that the lies are being exposed, the party just took off the statement from the site.  This is inspired by the “Spit and Run” journalism that the commie brigade follows.

The lies of Arvind Kejriwal regarding BJP and RSS involvement in Muzzafarnagar riots

The link of statement now stands deleted from website

The link of statement now stands deleted from website

The patterns of taking cues from each other also establishes the fact that as established in our earlier article AAP is  a camouflage of the Civil Society-Congress brigade .

Civil Society movements and the Forces Behind AAP’s Rise

After the fall of communist Russia, the Communists and their other flavours of the so-called
‘Left” had to re-invent themselves.  They aggressively took up what they were good at viz “A series of Civil society movements under various garbs were organised for causes like

Alternative media / culture, Anarchist, Anti-corporate, Anti- globalization, Alternative Globalization/Global Justice, Human Rights/Antiracism, Communist, Environmental, Fair Trade/Trade Justices, Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender / QueerRights, Health/HIV, Indigenous People, Labor, National Sovereignty/National Liberation, Peace/Anti-war, Food Rights / Slow Food, Socialist, Women’s/Feminist .

Latin America

 This experiment has been very successful and in the last decade there has been a transfer of power in as many as 12 countries in Latin America including Brazil to ideologies owing their allegiance to the communist ideology but with a toned down flavour of pink instead of Red. This is popularly known as the Pink Tide.

The Pink Tide :

In 2005, the BBC reported that out of 350 million people in South America, three out of four of them lived in countries ruled by “left-leaning presidents ” elected during the preceding six years.

The Latin American countries viewed as part of this ideological trend have been referred to as “Pink Tide nations.

Venzuela

Venzuela

Ecuador

Ecuador

World Social Forum ( WSF )  :
World Social Forum

World Social Forum

The World Social Forum was launched in 2001.  It is a global forum of “Civil Society organisations” . Its first meeting was first held in Brazil and since then in a number of Latin American countries.

WSF  Presence in India  :
It was decided that in 2004,  the WSF meeting will happen in  Mumbai. In 2003, as a
preparation  to this program, a meeting was held in Hyderabad with over 22000 people
participating in it representing  780 organisations from 42 countries.
3 councils were formed in this :
a. Indian General council.
b. Indian working committee, and
c. India organising committee and
8 working groups. Some of these groups have Teesta Setalvad , Aruna Roy in them.
Between Jan 16th-21st 2004, the World social forum had its meeting in Mumbai. Significantly,
this was the 1st  meeting held outside Brazil and the 1st in India. More than 90,000 people
participated from over 111 countries. Out of 90000, 15000 were from other countries outside
Bharat.
From Asia-Pacific region there were three Marxist-leninist Communist Parties, from India
(CPI-ML Liberation, CPI-ML, CPI-ML Red Flag) and two Pakistani organizations (Labour party
LPP,  and PKMP), the New Left Front (Sri Lanka), the DSP (Democratic Socialist Perspectives)
from Australia, two movements from South Korea (Power to the Working Class and All
together) and the Filipino parties: the Marxist Leninist party of the Philippines (MLPP), the
Philippine Workers’  party (PMP) and the Revolutionary Workers’ Party-Mindanao (RMP-M).
The invitation was signed in Europe by the Left Bloc (Portuagal), the United and Alternative
left (Cataluna), the Revolutionary Communist League (France), the United and Alternative left
(Cataluna), the Revolutionary Communist League (France), the Scottish Socialist Party, the
Socialist Workers’ Party (Britain) and Solidarites (Switzerland).
In some of these meetings, Arundhati Rai accused the Indian army of exploiting Kashmir and
for killing more than 80000 people most of the them Muslims. She also spoke about anti-
terrorism laws like POTA and also spoke about 1.5 lacs Muslims being displaced in Gujarat
and over 3000 being killed.
The emergence of “Pink Tide” movement in Bharat :
This neo-left movement is emerging as a very large network of forces. In Bharat, the
movement is taking shape in the form of large scale frequent agitations on issues as stated in the beginning of the article.
In order to gain strength, John Samuel gave a 3 point program and some of their key ideologues become part of the National Advisory Council under the leadership of Sonia Gandhi.
John Samuel’s  3 point program :
He writes
” The fact of the matter is that India needs a vibrant and broad-based Left movement. This has to happen at three levels
a. At the level of the Congress Party – as a network party, it is possible to revitalize leftist philosophy in the name of the ideals and ideas of Nehru.
b. At the level of communist and socialist parties – it is time they rethink their strategies and position themselves as an integrated and broad-based Left alternative.
c. At the level of civil society initiatives and social movements of a dense net work of NGOs and Popular activist movements have to be generated beyond party and politics.
All these three forces, though in different locations, will have to co-ordinate and work together rather than undermine each other. They have to work to resist the capture of the Indian state by the elite, and against communal fascism, inequality, marginalization and corruption. “
Keeping in line with the above, various civil society organisations got into the job of starting
civil society movements.  A network of such organisations functions under the umbrella of
NAPM.
One of the experiments was opposing the nuclear plant at Kudankulam.  Insert image is of
Arvind Kejriwal opposing the nuclear plant at Kudankulam.   Former president Dr.Abdul
Kalam certifed that the plant was safe.
The protests were proved to be the handiwork of NGO’s which were funded by foreign  powers.
Kejriwal protesting nuclear plant

Kejriwal protesting nuclear plant

Foreign funded protests
Kalam on Kudankulam
National Alliance of People’s Movements ( NAPM )
The National Alliance of People’s movements ( NAPM)  is a key player in this movement. It has over 200 organisations in its fold. It is active in 15 states in Bharat.
 As per their own website, http://napm-india.org
” National Alliance of People’s Movements (NAPM) started as a process in 1992 amidst the
impact of Ayodhya incidence and globalization spree and took a definite shape in 1996 after a  long national tour of 15 states by senior activists.
It is an alliance of progressive people’s organisations and movements, who while retaining their autonomous identities, are working together to bring the struggle for primacy of rights of communities over natural resources, conservation and governance, decentralised democratic development and towards a just, sustainable and egalitarian society in the true spirit of globalism. We stand against corporate globalisation, communalism and religious
fundamentalism, patriarchy, casteism, untouchability and discrimination of all kinds. We believe  an alliance emerging out of such a process with shared ideology and diverse strategies can give rise to a strong social, political force and a National People’s movement. In its quest for a larger alliance, beyond the people’s movements, NAPM also reaches out to integrate various civil society organisations and individuals working towards similar goals. “
Medha Patkar & Arundhati Roy

Medha Patkar & Arundhati Roy

The IAC & now AAP Connection with NAPM :
Some of the national level organizations linked with the NAPM are
In the fraternal organizations at S.No 8 is India Against Corruption ( IAC ) .
Anti Corruption Movements :
On 4th June 2011, Baba Ramdev offered satyagraha against the lacs of crores stacked away as black money in foreign banks. In the early hours of 5th June 2011 the Congress party lead UPA Government attacked the peaceful satyagraha of Baba Ramdev and over 1 lac people who had gathered.

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Rajbala
Later, the India against corruption did satyagraha for a Jan Lokpal Bill.
In the initial  phase, Anna Hazare was fine with sharing the dias with Baba Ramdev but slowly the powers that  ran the show ensured that nationalist forces vacated the space.
Slowly it became clear to Anna Hazare, that was becoming a pawn in the hands of bigger
powers. It seems that he saw through the game a bit late.

The movement like other civil movements across the globe esp Latin American countries catapulted some leaders like Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, Prashant Bhushan, Shazia Ilmi and so on and they took to politics and started the AAP, Aam Aadmi Party.

Vision Document Creators :
The AAP has vision documents for various issues. Some of the key AAP vision document creators are also part of the organising committee of the  NAPM. This is in addition to the known names like Sandeep Pandey & Binayak Sen – refer  http://napm-india.org/node/898
It is interesting to note that Brazil’s new model of governance is one of the 3 international examples of the ideal governance in their vision document.

The leadership of AAP have not only hijacked the anti-corruption movement, indulged in name-calling of all politicians. Importantly their views of Kashmir , Batla House encounter,

supporting the missionary NGO’s against the Kudankulam plant are dangerous.
From the above , we can summarize the outlook of disruption mongering and anti-systemic
nature of  Arvind Kejriwal and his team.
Prashant Bhushan

Sandhya Jain in her recent article in niticentral, states ” There are also allegations that at the time of the Lokpal agitation, Kabir, an NGO run by Arvind Kejriwal and his close associate Manish Sisodia, reportedly received grants totalling $3,97,000 from the Ford Foundation.

Besides Sisodia, between 2007 to 2011, some high profile persons who were recipients of the Foundation’s generosity include Indira Jaising, director of an NGO called Lawyers’ Collective which promotes human rights for marginalised people $12,40,000; Yogendra Yadav, fellow, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (and front ranking leader of the AAP) $3,50,000.”

The biggest proof of the AAP leadership’s manipulative and  traitorous nature is to fight for power while  showing faults in the system without any systemic  vision. Motif of disruption is evident from all  this, which more or less confirms the doubt that  they do all this at the behest of parties inimical to Indian interests.

The Common AAP Supporter :
 Ofcourse, the result of the AAP’s rise is the main opposition party losing its grass-root connect with people’s issues esp in urban India.
As any other common Indians, many of the supporters of AAP are not aware of these views of
the AAP Leadership . They have been sold a vision of corruption-free India and control being
shifted into their hands.  While the common man and woman dreams of such a day, the inimical  forces attacking the core of Bharat make their moves.
To ensure that people of Bharat don’t fall prey to these “pink” designs , it is imperative that all patriots of Bharat come together and defeat these inimical designs.
– Ayush Nadimpalli
Updates after article was published : 
1. Mallika Sarabhai offers support to AAP
2. Medha Patkar join AAP
3. Prashant Bhushan, key member of AAP calls for referendum on Kashmir once again. He was also reported to have asked for referendum of removal of forces in Maoist infected areas.
4 . Kamal Mitra Chenoy, Key organiser of WSF in India joins AAP. Note his views on twitter on India and support to separatists . ( News submitted by an observer – read comments section )
Organiser of WSF in India, anti national joins AAP

Organiser of WSF in India, anti national joins AAP

5. Now it turns out that the book “Swaraj” which denotes Arvind Kejriwal as the author itself has been plagiarized by him. Intellectual Plagiarism by Arvind Kejriwal

6.  “Kejriwal needs to tell the nation why and when did he think of snuffing out the IAC and giving birth to AAP. Unless he takes the country into confidence and explains what made him ditch Anna and why he formed the AAP after promising a million times that he would not enter politics, his political morality will barely equal that of any Aam politician. Unless he comes clean, he cannot and should not be trusted. What is the guarantee that the man who fooled his mentor Anna will not fool the people? ” Asks S.Gurumurthy –  Read More

7. Kejriwal quits as Delhi CM on 14th Feb after lying that he is stepping down because BJP and Congress did not support Jan Lokpal Bill.

AK lies in CII

He then lies in a CII meet saying that Transparency International is giving a report that corruption has come down in Delhi during his rule. Transparency International denied any such report. Video Link

8. Medha Patkar announced as MP candidate of AAP. NAPM gives its support

9. Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay, a member of AAP National Council suspects his party or its leadership at least has connections with US Central Intelligence Agency ( CIA ) .

http://www.niticentral.com/2014/03/05/aap-founding-member-revolts-says-party-has-cia-links-196289.html

10. Video expose of Arvind Kejriwal and Prasun Bajpai of AajTak. ( 9th March 2014 )

11. Founding Member of AAP, Shanti Bhushan accuses Arvind Kejrwail of selling party tickets for money – Feb 11th  2015; Link ; AAP sweeps Delhi polls 67 seats of 70 seats. BJP reduced to 3 seats while increasing its vote share over 2013. Congress reduced to zero seats and vote shifts to AAP.

12. AAP MLA insults the police inspector who was martyred by calling Batla House encounter as fake. He was basically articulating what his party leader, Arvind Kejriwal had said earlier for the sake of Muslim votes. Must be remembered that the terrorist organisation AuT had earlier called the two terrorists who had died as martyrs.

Arvind Kejriwal statement on Batla House in 2013

AAP MLA, Amanatullah Khan calls the encounter fake

13. Arvind Kejriwal takes over as CM of Delhi once again. – 12th Feb 2015

14. Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan expelled from AAP PAC for anti-party activities. Watch

14. Sting on Arvind Kejriwal shows that he was trying to poach Congress MLA after the Lok Sabha May 2014 election debacle. They did not even one MP seat during that election.  Read More ; Audio Tape

15. Mar 2015 – Kejriwal Sacks AAP Internal Lokpal. Proves to the world that he will ruthlessly sack anyone who considers a thorn in his pursiuit of power.  Read More