Nation at 9 : Will the pressure now be on the BJP to act against its tainted CMs?

| Friday, October 9, 2015 - 23:02
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It's an unprecedented assault on graft and leading it with full force is Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Living up to his no-nonsense image of an anti-corruption crusader, the Delhi Chief Minister held a press conference and announced on Live TV the sacking of one of his ministers. Kejriwal told a packed press conference that his minister had been stung demanding a bribe from a builder. Kejriwal says that the sacking was necessitated by the fact that the minister had betrayed his office and the faith the AAP leadership had placed upon him to fulfil his obligations towards the public. For added effect Kejriwal called upon the BJP and the Congress to now take his initiative forward and also expose the corrupt within their ranks. The parties haven't obliged thus far. In fact they've questioned Kejriwal calling his action as a pre-stunt. 

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Kejriwal's boastful expulsion of Minister

Congratulation to Mr. Kejriwal, for being successful once again in diverting the attention of the media, which does not want to see the truth, to Cong. & BJP. Mr. Kejriwal shuold have declared sacking only, that would have more serious impact, instead he played the trick of making adversity to opportunity. I am bemused by seeing Rahul Shivshanker, who normally stands out among all other moderator as the most effective moderator, towing the line that Mr. Kejriwal has thrown at Congress & BJP. I, being an middle management level employee in a large Power Project in south east Uttar Pradesh, can see the whole dramatics of Mr. Kejriwal. Someone more serious would have sacked the minister and stop there. You know Rahul, most of the times actions speak larger that fake words, a in this case.

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