"Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid." – Albert Einstein

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मित्रों,

आप देख रहे होंगे आजकल मीडिया एक हौव्वा बना रही है……

"कॉर्पोरेट जगत के कुछ बड़े नाम "आप" में शामिल हो रहे हैं और ये सुबूत है कि "आप" का राजनैतिक कद बढ़ रहा है "

अब ज़रा गहराई से इन तथाकथित कॉर्पोरेट जगत के बड़े नामों पर नज़र डालें तो तस्वीर का दूसरा रुख नज़र आयेगा…..

चाहे वो एयर डेक्कन के फाउंडर गोपीनाथ हों,इनफ़ोसिस के पूर्व डायरेक्टर बालाकृष्णन हों , रॉयल बैंक ऑफ स्कॉटलैंड की भूतपूर्व चेयरमैन मीरा सान्याल या फिर ऐसे ही तमाम लोग जो "आप" से जुड़ रहे हों….

इन सब में एक बात समान है…
ये सभी पूर्व में चुनाव लड़ चुके हैं और बुरी तरह से हारे हैं…….
सो इनका "आप" में शामिल होना कोई राष्ट्रभक्ति या सेवाभाव नहीं बल्कि अपनी असफल राजनैतिक अभिलाषाओं की पूर्ती के लिए एक माध्यम तलाशना मात्र है….

पैसे की इनमे से किसी के पास कमी नहीं है……
वर्तमान में "आप" को मिली क्षणिक सफलता ने इनकी मरी हुई उम्मीदों को एक नई किरण दिखाई है बस…..
शायद पहले किसी बड़े दल ने इनमे रूचि ना दिखाई हो…..
बाकी अपनी मीडिया कितनी भरोसेमंद है ये तो आप जानते ही हैं…….. :))

Please the details about Meera Sanyal on WIKI:

Meera Sanyal (née Meera Hiranandani, born 15 October 1961) is a banking professional in India,[1] and a politician from Aam Aadmi Party.[2] She contested as an independent candidate in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections from the Mumbai South constituency and lost.

Meera Sanyal – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Meera Sanyal (néeMeera Hiranandani, born 15 October 1961) is a banking professional in India,[1] and a politician from Aam Aadmi Party.[2] She contested as an independent candidate in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections from the Mumbai South constituency and lost. She is President of LiberalsIndia for Good…

One response

  1. Lesson Number 2

    Yesterday , Arvind Kejriwal declared ,

    ” I will not contest Lok Sabha election but I will actively campaign all over India , for AAP candidates ”

    No doubt , a wise decision

    A decision to contest a Lok Sabha seat would have carried a dangerously detrimental message , viz: ,

    ” For me , getting into Lok Sabha is more important than fulfilling my
    promises to people of Delhi ”

    In which case , people of not only Delhi but of entire India , would have wondered ,

    ” This person seems to be obsessed with ambition which exceeds the
    commitment he has made publicly – and repeatedly – only a few days
    back
    How can he be trusted ? ”

    For Arvind , a wiser decision would be to leave Lok Sabha campaigning to his colleagues

    He must not leave Delhi for the next 6 months

    Every day , he must ,

    > make rounds of Delhi

    > personally assess if his officers are working hard to deliver on poll
    promises

    > tell people , what he has succeeded in implementing , what he is
    working on next , what is at planning stage. In short , present to
    people , his performance card

    > admit the honest mistakes that he – and his Cabinet colleagues – made
    and how they are learning to walk the tight rope of governance

    > tell people what can be done and what CANNOT be done – and why
    the limited resources cannot be stretched

    Sure , it is exhilarating to see the people’s response to AAP , from all over India

    Sure , you would like to ride the wave of people’s pent-up frustration against corruption , to get 50+ seats in Lok Sabha . Entirely possible

    Sure , you would want to galvanize the people’s anger against the shameless – and self-serving – politicians , to rewrite , THE NEW POLITICAL ORDER

    But

    DEAR ARVIND ,

    First completing current – and somewhat manageable – commitments to the people of Delhi has to be your ONLY PRIORITY

    If you succeed , in the annals of modern India’s history , it will merit a chapter titled ,

    ” THE DELHI EXPERIMENT ”

    And in World History , chapter on ” ARAB SPRING ” will be followed by a chapter on ” INDIAN SUMMER – MAY 2014 ”

    Let this be your lesson no 2

    * hemen parekh ( 06 Jan 2014 / Mumbai )

    January 6, 2014 at 1:07 PM

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