Arvind Kejriwal’s resignation letter

Even before tendering his letter of resignation, Kejriwal had expressed his intent after the Assembly session ended.

New Delhi | Updated: February 15, 2014 1:38 pm

From the Aam Aadmi Party’s Delhi headquarters at 41, Hanuman Road, Arvind Kejriwal announced his resignation as Delhi Chief Minister this Friday bringing his participatory politics to an end after 48 days of the formation of AAP government.

Here is a copy of the resignation letter that Kejriwal has sent to L-G Najeeb Jung:


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  1. O
    Feb 15, 2014 at 9:50 am
    Hmm. this is interesting
  2. S
    Feb 15, 2014 at 4:29 pm
    AAM AADMI writing in angezi?
  3. S
    Steven Boyd
    Feb 15, 2014 at 11:53 am
    Victorian Britain was an era of rampant corruption severaldegrees more in magnitude than present India. Every position in the then BritishGovernment and army could be bough and was, freely and openly, sold.Voters were bribed and elections bought beforehand. The 1883Corrupt and Illegal Practices Act in England is widely credited withsuppressing corruption. Other European countries had the same experience, andthrough changes to their own laws, these countries brought an end to corruption.This is why ping a very strong, non loop-d, lokpalbill of the Kerjiwal Aaam Aadmi verity is essential India one of the challenges in suppressing electoralcorruption is that that some of those engaged in the corruption (i.e inbentlegislators) have the capacity to manite the laws to suit their own interests.This also applies to a large part of the Indian industrial oligarchy, as having unlimited money to bribe, gives one immense advantages in a corrupt society, enabling you tooperate outside the law and rules every one else must follow.It is but expected that there will be a strong and mostlyhidden reaction from the powerful in India, who over the decades have benefitedfrom corruption.These are the forces who now see their interests threatened.Be prepared to see a united and powerful nexus to defeat Arvind Kerjiwal and his party. Some of it will be hidden manition of the media, rumors, character ination and a well funded, virulent dirtytricks campaign. The common man must uniteto defend our democracy, because in many ways graft is opposite to the democraticprinciple where thieves have the advantage.