Why AAP and Arvind Kejriwal should stop seeking Anna’s approval

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I still remember the time when IAC decided to enter politics. It took me several days to digest the fact that a movement which had so many expectations tied with is going to turn political. Some people instantly supported the change in strategy – while many others were in the favor of keeping the apolitical course active. Though one thing was clear IAC was not heading anywhere – not only media had abandoned anti-corruption crusaders at the behest of their real masters, common man was also losing hope.

UPA government with their endless line of delaying tactics was successful in silently killing a never-before people’s movement. At this time, if Arvind hadn’t made the difficult decision of changing course and making IAC political – we would all have forgotten the name IAC within one year of it’s failure. Anna is the most resilient man you’ll ever meet – a quality once Gandhi was associated with. But this quality made Anna difficult to work with.


People who worked with Anna said “Anna has his own mind, he wouldn’t listen to us about breaking his fast; we’re worried about his health”. IAC’s detractors stated, “we respect Anna but people around him are using him for personal benefit”. Suddenly, the movement was less about people or anti-corruption and more about Anna. You could read flattering headlines in newspaper like “Jan Jan Mein Anna Anna” – from local to international media everybody wanted a scoop of Anna.

Many hadn’t heard Anna’s name few years back – though his body of work is unmatched at gram sabha level. But a frail-looking old man against the massively powerful system re-struck the pre-independence chords. Reality was far different from what appeared on cameras. Like any organisation IAC to was run by many hard-working people in the background. It wasn’t just fasting. Many me-too imitators tried the fasting protest after Anna’s success – but couldn’t generate any vibe with the masses.

Every movement requires support and support comes from mascots and symbols. Like Narendra Modi, who is so desperate to “copyright” Vivekanand and Sardar Patel. He’s ready to spend 25000 crore for this acquisition. But what he really wants is to shine in their shadow. BJP needs clean mascots – who have mass appeal. There’s nothing wrong with it. It’s a lot like advertising. Like Sachin tells you MRF is fast and reliable, something like that.

Anna Hazare with his clean image and impeccable body of work made a great symbol and inspiration for India Against Corruption. But could the symbol become the leader? It would have been great he could – would have been ideal. Though, it did seem like that from the front, but the reality was far from it. No group of people are or can be driven by one person. You use steering to drive the car, but it’s the 200 different parts which make the car work. Arvind Kejriwal who worked behind the scenes was the master strategist of this movement.

Arvind is often called a man who’s hungry for limelight – if that was the case he would never have projected Anna as the leader – and stayed behind the scene himself. What was forgotten in the later stages of IAC movement was that the central issue was ‘corruption’ and ‘mis-governance’ – not the state of Anna’s mood. A true leader has to work from front, from within and from behind the crowds – it requires a certain degree of flexibility. Anna became irrelevant the moment he decided to not change with the situation. IAC movement vs the Government was nothing less than war – and it needed strategy. Arvind became the natural leader not because he back-stabbed somebody – but because he worked towards the objectives and not dwelt on the methods.

Anna wanted to fast and fast some more. He would have died – and trust me even that wouldn’t have done anything good for the movement. Modern India doesn’t need martyrs but efficient managers who can lead.

After the formation of AAP, it was expected that the movement will fight for change at two fronts with each other’s blessings — one through activism and the other through participating in the government process. Few months later it was clear that who’s going to lead the movement. Where AAP had within months made a high-impact entrance on the political scene – Anna-led IAC was nowhere to be seen. Last time I heard Anna was forming a team of technocrats, acquiring offices in Delhi – and this was last year. What have they done after that? Nobody knows.

I’m not trying to be judgmental here – but making an observation. It’s hard to miss that Anna’s sole aim has become to create a parallel movement which can return to the old vigor, instead of bringing people’s issue at fore-front. BJP wants you to believe Arvind abandoned his guru. Anna says I want nothing to do with Arvind or AAP. Arvind doesn’t want to confront Anna out of respect and want to maintain his father-figure image among his followers.

In all this, Anna Hazare’s self-importance isn’t matching his relevance. Anna says “don’t you dare use my name in your filthy campaign” … but does his name has any clout left? There, I said it. I’m sorry Anna ji, but the future of modern India can be held hostage for one person’s ego or rigidity.

Anna Hazare’s solution post-fasting is supporting clean candidates – not parties, but independent clean candidates, and that too at the national level. Do you know what that means? Ending all parties, and electing all 545 independent candidates for loksabha. Then bringing all those 545 elected representatives at one-point of agreement to run the nation of 1.2 billion population. Anna ji, even in utopia this doesn’t work.

How does Anna aim to achieve this impossible objective? No one knows.

Even in our families when grand-parents ask you to do impossible things – which are not relevant anymore — you respect them and agree with them – but you know that they’re getting old and now it’s your job to take things in your hands. What’s happening between AAP and IAC is something like that. Anna wouldn’t stop kicking Kejriwal – and Arvind doesn’t want to be disrespectful but wants to walk his path. Classic generation-gap.

Though, I don’t know how much longer would Arvind’s patience last. He could fulfill his duties towards his one-time elderly associate. But as an independent thinker, there’s only thing I’d like to say Anna Hazare,

“Sir, you and other RSS / BJP elements around you constantly claim how Arvind used you. But what you don’t realise that you’re being used by BJP as a pawn in this game. They wouldn’t have given two-dimes about your opinion had you too decided to enter the electoral process. Now that you’re very vocal about your opposition towards AAP, your reactions are only adding fuel to burn down an already frail movement.

You say, you’ll support clean candidates – but your ‘support’ doesn’t have any value because your words change like weather. Nobody knows or can predict what you think. You talk about some Utopian change – which is neither achievable nor sustainable in your or even my natural lifetime.

It’s hard for me to miss that the “public issues” that you once stood for are more about ‘you’ than public. Your self importance has reached a level where you’d rather destroy the movement than compromise for the larger good. Your unyielding stubbornness is not conducive to change and is frankly dysfunctional.

It is believed that nobody can influence you, but what’s witnesses is on the contrary. Despite several indications of Kiran Bedi and Ramdev’s association with BJP – you have not distanced yourself as firmly from them. So, it’s hard for me to wonder that you do have a soft corner for BJP somewhere.

Your rift with Arvind is on ideological grounds – yet besides your basic rhetoric about “I’m against all politics” you never elaborate your stand on that. Instead, you chose to speak about petty issues like who took whose money. Arvind and team very publically presented you the check of IAC funds which you very firmly declined. Yet, several months later you make allegations like AAP stole your name and money. You conveniently miss how BJP strategists tweak this into something whose only aim to completely uproot this movement in whatever form it exists. Now a days you don’t even take Congress or BJP at task as much as you pull Arvind. Your passive-aggressiveness is frankly frustrating for the common man.

You’ve been compromised and you’re being used. That is the reality today. It’s wise that the supporters of this movement acknowledge this reality and move on. Indians have this habit of creating deities of men. BJP does that with Modi and Congress does that with Gandhis – despite their most obvious flaws. It’s not really the fault of Modi or Gandhis – Indian mentality is shaped like this. Your rise and your appeal also turned you into this infallible figure. But we as a nation need to move on from this. We need to stop creating ‘holy cows’ and make our systems infallible, because all human-kind is flawed. When systems are strong they are not dependent on personalities.”

One thing that I have learnt to respect about AAP is that even now they are not enamored by Arvind – despite his huge popularity. Majority supporters don’t hold themselves back while criticizing him. Yes, every party has their fan-boys – but AAP very firmly discourages blind cult-followers.

Nobody can guarantee what will become of Kejriwal – people have a lot of hopes on him, but like his party he’s too an experiment – a bet which many are ready to place today. Even if he fails in the future – at least he would have created a self-sustaining clean system which will survive.
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