What will you do, “If u are born in a world ruled by corruption?” You look forward to change or BE the change. Here the change is AAP(Aam Admi Party). When actions are mightier than words for a party then the opposition party needs to worry. To stay in power by hook or crook is what AAP strictly opposes.
Right from its inception in November 2012, AAP has strived hard to reach out to people in every possible way. The method was to reach out to common people in every possible way and ask for their participation. Once that was done, the next step was to find answers to the problems, find specific directions to make a move. This was an absolute win-win technique for their success . Uttar Pradesh has almost suffered from a plague for years. Federalism across Uttar Pradesh is what “aam admi” expects out of Kejriwal.
People’s involvement from the root level and shaping up a decision with their consent made people believe in them makes AAP poles apart from BJP. Another primary reason of their success in the recent Delhi Assembly Elections is also that they grew over the years in Delhi. The party have penetrated the deep faith and trust of people. The party doesn’t believe in just doing the job rather they get attached to it on personal levels. The members in the party are from all groups- lower class, middle class, upper class and who not. There is a sense of equality amidst the people working in AAP. The distinctive feature of AAP is people’s participatory approach rather than leadership approach.
Modi on the other hand might have added spark to BJP, but their internal politics have gone against them. “JD(U) has decided to break the alliance with BJP in Bihar and that’s a clear sign for BJP that its downfall at national level has begun,” GPP General Secretary Gordhan Zadafia told PTI (courtsey Indian Express). BJP’s future is now a big question mark. One would agree with John Steinbeck, “Power does not corrupt. Fear corrupts… perhaps the fear of a loss of power.”