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Congrats to Arvind and his team. This does instill confidence in the electorate and common man. The road ahead is arduous, but the answer is Arvind's style: keeping it simple, being fearless, involving a large set of people in decision making. As AAP and like minded parties grow, there would be unintentional mistakes, maybe even some corrupt guys getti […]
Arvind's accomplishment, given the situation in the country and its politics is of scale which can not be measured easily. What 'AAP' has done in one year should be role model for every leadership course worth its dime. It is an exemplary display of resolve, perseverance, planning, keeping-head-grounded and most of all flawless execution. Th […]
Hi Alok, Iv known you as a professional for about 2 years. This is my first ever comment on any of your blogs and it comes straight from the heart. Every word of it I relate with. When I started supporting AAP, I got questioned left, right and center. Iv never met Arvind, but a man who can go on national television and speak with such humility stating, the […]