AAP- THE B TEAM OF BJP- A CONSPIRACY TO ERASE CONGRESS FROM INDIAN POLITICS

Most voters have clarity as to whom they will vote for at least a few months before elections take place. This trend can marginally be swayed when some extraordinary event changes the course of the events. It is therefore surprising that most surveys which, just a few weeks ago stated unequivocally that there would be a hung assembly have backtracked and are now predicting a surge for Kerjriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party. Results of pre-poll surveys have long been suspected to be tailored to create a wave for Political Parties that shell out huge contributions. The present predictions showing leads for AAP can also be caused by ‘conscientious’ media houses which want to avoid yet another election in Delhi.
Delhi Cantonment Board elections of January 2015 showed that the Indian National Congress managed to increase its vote share by 11.36 per cent in comparison to the last state elections, the votes secured by the saffron party decreased by about 2.09 per cent. The Cantonment Board results came as a major blow to the AAP whose vote share decreased by about 14.83 per cent in comparison to the Assembly elections. 70,000 persons voted in these elections which takes place well within the precincts of Delhi. The average man on the street is clearly enthused by Ajay Maken being portrayed as a probable CM candidate, which should push INC’s chances furthermore. From this viewpoint, would surveys with sample sizes of 3000 offer a better view of voter’s minds than an actual election that took place? Media channels would wish that the public do not ask these very basic questions.
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a sparse gathering at Ram Lila Maidan, despite these election results of the Cantonment, he did not deem it important to attack the Indian National Congress. He instead attacked Kejriwal. Why did he attack a party that had just lost as much as 14% of its vote share and not a party that had gained 11%?
Kejriwal has never officially denied that the genesis of his movement viz India Against Corruption was in a meeting chaired by RSS ideologue K N Govindacharya in early 2010. It must be remembered that the UPA’s tally in 2004 was only 145, in 2009 the UPA got 209 seats. With Dr. Manmohan Singh who had a squeaky clean image and a Congress president in Sonia Gandhi, a most reluctant politician who was compelled join politics 7 long years after the death of Rajiv Gandhi, only in order to ensure that the party that both her mother-in-law and husband gave up their lives for would remain a fighting force, the opposition task of charging the government with acts of omission and commission were cut out.
It was in this light that an insider in the government was roped in, an insider who enjoyed Constitutional status and protection. An Insider who however had deep roots in the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Such a person was carefully identified who was tasked with attacking the government on some or the other basis. The resultant action saw nearly 10 reports of the office of the Comptroller Auditor General, with each report claiming a loss to the exchequer of figures far higher than several state budgets put together.
Phase 2 was to get Anna Hazare, a person whom RSS Sarsangchalak Bhagwat described as being an old RSS well wisher to build momentum against the UPA. It has never being denied that the VHP and RSS cadre were those that provided the numbers that throng Anna Hazare’s rallies. it has been unequivocally stated that Arvind Kejriwal was acutely aware that the RSS and the VHP were acting as the IAC. In other words the main opposition party had disguised itself to launch an attack on the ruling party, an act of deceit in which Kejriwal’s role is notable. Other events have now unraveled, in which a major bulk of the IAC has already joined the BJP, these include General VK Singh, Kiran Bedi, Shazia Ilmi, Speaker Dheer and Binny besides others. Only 3 persons from the erstwhile IAC remain in the fold of AAP viz Kejriwal, Sisodia and Kumar Vishwas. Kumar Vishwas has already described Narendra Modi as an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Kejriwal himself has already stated that people must vote Modi for PM and himself for CM. As has been rightly pointed out by Rahul Gandhi Kejriwal’s politics of  dharna and his constant positioning of himself as a public nuisance changed dramatically after Narendra Modi assumed office as PM.
While phase 1 of Kejriwal was to create an impression in the people’s mind that the Congress was synonymous with corruption, despite the fact that not one Congress minister was ever charged with corruption in 10 years of UPA rule-the 2 phase has begun. PM Modi has repeatedly urged for a Congress mukt bharath and Kejriwal’s role in this is to take away the traditional Congress vote.  It must be remembered that the response to both Sonia Gandhi’s and Rahul Gandhi’s rallies have been pretty extraordinary, given that Modi Sarkar was installed barely 7 months ago after Mr Modi repeatedly caused disaffection for the Indian National Congress in his various speeches.
Now, there are no prices for guessing why some media groups have altered their stand of predicting a hung assembly for Delhi to predicting a major victory for Kejriwal. It is also no secret that BJP exerts extraordinary control over certain media houses. The AAP is the B-team of the BJP and the BJP is clearly propping it up in order to hit the interests of the Indian National Congress.
If one is misled by the anger of BJP spokesperson against AAP spokesperson in TV studios, such acrimony was the hallmark of Shivsena –BJP and PDP-BJP relationships during the run-up to election in both Maharashtra and J & K.  The question is, how long will the AAP present itself as an alternative – how long before it merges with the BJP?

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