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Arvind and AAP

Ankit Gupta wrote:

An IITian of late 80s, an IRS since early 90s,AK could have easily build up a net worth and manage a ritzy lifestyle in either of the two professions. He may often appear a loud mouth, but he certainly isn't tactless. Popping of the AAP tragedies just before the elections can reflect his impact on the people who discredit a change. Unhappy for the ones who make opinions on the hearsay


Ankit said…
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Ankit said…
Rahul Gandhi also says he could have lead a wonderful life but he came to serve people. So should we also choose him ?
AK is overhyped media creation, flying on emotive issues like corruption. If he becomes CM, he would make Delhi another Bengal.
All his policies are either socialist or marxists.
1. Against Privatization
2. Pro Subsidisation
3. Freebie giver (700 litres of water, 50% cut in Electric bill).

All industries will run away with that kind of hooliganism

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