A Great Common Man Arvind Kejriwal Became The Chief Minister Of Delhi


For the first time neither in Delhi history nor in Indian politics but in world history, did we get such a true, honest and straightforward prime minister that will be remembered for centuries. Yes, I am talking about Arvind Kejriwal the chief minister of Delhi 2013. He broke and destroyed all traditions, customs and norms that Indian politicians and bureaucrats preferred. Arvind Kejriwal Delhi chief minister preferred to take the oath as a chief minister in public, among public in an open area. Arvind Kejriwal Delhi chief minister challenged for the first time in India all corrupt officers and indirectly all politicians that he will create a transparent politics for a common man and he did.


If chief minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal succeeded and he will be, in keeping their promises to the people of Delhi to cut down electricity bill, free water up to700 liters, high quality hospitals, solid roads and other amenities of life; it will be an unforgettable lessons for all parties wishing to rule Indian politics.

Some people think that due to lack of practical experience of politics, Arvind Kejriwal and his team members will not be able to deliver his words successfully but unfortunately they don’t know that the chief minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal and his team defeated to those people who had been ruling the government for 15 years, because Chief minister of Delhi felt the pulse of common man.

When I was hearing his speech I can’t stop myself from thinking that this person really deserves of being a prime minister of India. Because every single word that came from his mouth was from his heart that could be felt and understood without any prejudice bias, because what he showed during swearing in ceremony came from a true Indian.

I really salute this great man Arvind Kejriwal the great chief minister of Delhi



Author: S. A. Razmi

The author is a creative writer with deep knowledge of human taste, can add interest and fun in his writing; has been writing for more than 7 years and working as Urdu-English translator and transcriptionist.

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