Why the rise of Aam Aadmi Party is an opportunity for every single citizen of India


Any system that stagnates, perishes, is the law of evolution. Evolution which is the only fundamental ‘dharma’ that operates on everything in this Universe, is itself based on ‘change’. Being open to receive feedback and adapting to change are the hall-marks of evolution.

Our political system in the last 60 years has kind of stagnated between few major parties, individuals and more important ‘political thoughts’ of these people. The Congress, BJP (or its erstwhile avatars), Left and several regional parties have been occupying our political scene with few individuals from these parties and their thought processes influencing the destiny of a billion plus people.

These parties over a period have become closed-loop systems in the sense that leadership that guides these parties are fairly constant and do not change much. It is the same set of people that are part of the organization and run the organization If they do change, either they are hereditary or money/power based. They do not let in new people with fresh thoughts to come up so easily in their organization.

Why political parties, even business houses, NGOs and practically anything set up as an ‘Organization’ tends to being a Closed-loop system, unless they are structured well to respond to external forces. This is the bane of any organization. This is one reason why a mature person like Anna Hazare believes that any party will become stagnant, hence corrupt, over a period and prefers new and fresh individuals to keep coming up and cleaning up the system.

Are Economic and Political ideologies really different in the modern world..?

The current political establishment has built itself based on black-money from business houses and individuals and finds this method much easier to do politics. With this black-money powered politics, they can buy media and people easily. The flavor they sell may be slightly different, but they sell the same thing. People are forced to choose one flavor or another with no real change or progress in their lives.

These parties are not to be blamed for it. The fact is there is not much differential one can bring in today’s poltical and economic landscape. The whole world has become Centrist in the last two decades in terms of economy. No longer ‘Capitalism’ or ‘Socialism’ are seen as a cure for economic ills. Even if Tony Blair from Labour comes to power, it is the policy of Tories that is followed, under the name of ‘New Labour”. Even if Democrat Obama comes to power, he follows the economic policies of GOP. Even if Right-Wing BJP comes to power in India, it follows the economic policies of Congress.

Not just in economics, even in International relations, the same exists. Democrat Obama continues the Gauntanamo bay of Bush. He supports wars in Libya and Syria, much like a war-wary Bush would have done. The so-called right-wing BJP catapulates to hijackers demands and releases Mazood Azhar. (Think what BJP would have said if Congress did that..?). Vajpayee (with right and honest intentions) has tea with Musharaff which Musharaff’s forces were scaling up Kargil. BJP which now talks of empty rhetoric against Pakistan, did worse than Congress when it was in power..?


The reason is options in terms of international politics and internal economics are limited in current environment. The Global economics is today based on Market Capitalism, Welfare Socialism and Government intervention in variety of ways. May be the degress will differ (only to some extent), but most economies function in this realm.

So where can the political parties make a difference today, in particular in India..?

Importance of Governance over ideologies

They can make a difference in Governance. They can create Good Governance through structured institutions, faster methods and transparent processes.

In India, Major political parties are not in favor of these.

They do not want transparent processes as that conflicts with black-money based power politics that they are used to, today.

Though Business houses favor faster methods, cutting down red-tape etc, when it favors them, they are very much against it, when it favors their competition.

Structured institutional mechanisms for Self-Rule, Corruption Monitoring, Policing etc are not again favored by the ‘Establishment’ class in general. The unstructured functioning that enabled meddling and middle-men is where a lot of black-money and unconstitutional powers are generated and hence the current esablishment that enjoy these, do not want them to go away.

And that is where the Aam Admi Party comes in.

Aam Admi Party – AAP – For better Governance

AAP brings in a totally new set of people with a different, unconventional set of thoughts. The focus of Aam Admi Party (AAP) is Governance, improving Governance through structured institutions, faster methods and transparent processes.

Yes, AAP can also become corrupt, but that is a thing of the future. As of now AAP and its candidates are fresh and honest to the core, with idealistic zeal.

AAP’s overall manifesto as well as the 70+ individual assembly manifestos arise out of this focus. Yes, I agree, that some of their promises or visions may appear populist in nature, but such promises are backed by the data.

Mohalla Sabhas – How can people rule themselves..?

Take for eg. Mohalla Sabhas which will be given money directly. People who do not understand it may get confused about it. Today MLA’s are allocated funds for their constituency which they ofcourse loot. But with Mohalla Sabhas they can’t.

AAP promises to form small Mohalla sabhas across Delhi (may be every colony or group of colonies). These Mohalla Sabhas are made of all people residing in that area. These Sabhas are to be given money directly. People come into these Sabhas and vote for the project for which they need to spend the money on. Based on the project selected by people, money is spent on it. This is a much better scheme, transparent and accountable than giving MLA’s the money.

Not just that, every civil work in an area will be paid ONLY after the Mohalla Sabha approves that the work is completed in a voting process. This is a daring new concept for India (though it is a normal thing in many other countries) and a much needed one.

How to solve Water problem through better Governance

Another example, where AAP comes up with a different set of ideas related to Governance is provision of Water.

AAP makes a ‘Populist’ promise that it would provide 700 litres of water every day to every family, FREE.The real nice thing is, if a family spends more than 700 litres of water, then it will have to pay for the ENTIRE amount of water used. Hence 700 litres is NOT a minimal free water everyone gets. If ONLY a family uses less than 700 litres, it is free. As one can see clearly, the goal of this policy is to ensure that every family conserves and saves water.

1. Out of 3000 million litres supplied by Delhi Jal Board, it is estimated only 1700 million litres only reach the people. The rest is shown as theft and transportation loss. So it is clear that the distribution and utility mechanis is faulty and people are feasing on this wastage.

2. AAP plans to install bulk meters at all source points, water treatment plants, at every colony entry points to ensure DJB understands the quantity of water that came in, the way it got distributed, utilized and lost.

3. Currently Delhi Jal Board does not supply water to unauthorized colonies, which are very many and in turn are provided water by tankers. AAP will eliminate tankers and ensure Delhi Jal Board supplies water to every colony. This will help DJB to really understand the need of water for all Delhi.

4. It will implement mandatory rain-water harvesting as well as provide incentives to those that recycle kitchen and bathroom waste water. (as it reduces teh dependency on distributed water). It will also revive local water bodies and ensure they are charged up properly.

5. The policy of 700 litres of free water will also help to conserve water.

6. Mohalla Sabhas will be roped in to minimize the distribution losses, monitoring water usage and also in making policies for water distribution.

Congress and BJP Governments tried to address the Water problem economically, by pricing the water and privatising Delhi Jal Board. But many times, privatisation (and that too monpoly privitasation) does not help in solving these issues. Good Governance can solve these issues.

Is really 50% reduction in electricity price possible..?

AAP promises to reduce electricity bills by UPTO 50%. Ofcourse it appears populist for those Congress and BJP that are just dependent on looking to economists to solve all their problems.

But how can AAP reduce it by 50%..?

1. A transparent audit of utility companies (DIS-COMs), AAP believes, will help bring out the truth that they are making huge profits. A transparent audit in itself (as was done by Mr. Brijender Singh, ex-president of DERC, who ordered 23% reduction in power tarriff, but which never got effected) will help ‘cool’ prices to a large extent. As of now, with change in guard in DERC, Dis-Coms do not accept audit requests from DERC. Political will is needed to have laws in effect towards these audits.

2. Electricity theft according to these companies has reduced from 45% to 10%. But effect of it is not seen at all in their accounts.

3. 10% of current consumers (including DJB, International Airport) are shown as customers with 0 revenues in their accounts, which is simply not possible. What happens to the revenues from these consumers is not known.

4. AAP also plans to provide incentives on Solar power generation and also options to feed the grid when excess power is produced (at a standard price). The aim is to make 20% of electricity needs of Delhi to be met from Solar.

5. AAP will also initiate people consultation at Mohalla Sabha levels on electricity consumption, alternative energy usage, pricing and controlling distribution losses, so that people are able to understand the situation and come up with fresh ideas which would be put to use.

6. If transparent audits are enabled, then open people consultation at Mohalla Sabha levels can be held. Such people consultations serve two purposes. First people come to know the real state of power, pricing reasons, future trends etc and understand the importance of power. They start controlling usage at their level. They won’t expect taxes to subsidize their power. Second they provide ideas relevant to their locality in preventing power theft, optimizing the consumption, alternative energy usage etc which are often much much better than what few people in professional organizations can think of.

Congress and BJP Governments tried to address the Electricity problem non-transparently. They should have enabled transparent audits and initiated people consultation with audit results long back. Instead they went with Dis-com requests to stop audits and thus went on increasing electricity bills without rationale. Even now Delhi has no policy incentives for Solar power generation, distribution or consumption.


The above are just few points out of lot of other things in AAP Manifesto. In general, what AAP is trying to do is to bring fresh people and ideas to the table. It is the fresh water that purifies the stagnant lake. It is the fresh wind that removes the staleness in air. It is the representation of ‘Change’ that sustains evolution.

Thousands of Young men and women with just dreams in their eyes are working for AAP in Delhi. They do not want power. They do not want money. They think they can improve their motherland by being part of this change and put it in a trajectory that takes it to a developed country like other developed nations of the world.

Delhi stands at cross-roads with an opportunity to grab fresh people, ideas, systems and change. Delhi can be part of the evolution that shows the way to entire India. If AAP comes to power in Delhi and does even 50% of what they commit, that would be a trend-setter in Indian politics. The mere reverberations of AAP in Delhi would effect major changes in Congress and BJP and they will be forced to change and respond to AAP, which will cumulatively benefit the country.

And that is why, I request all Delhi-ites irrespective of their political party affiliation, irrespective of their ideology to support AAP in the coming election.

Written by Rajaram Balajee >>

An avid blogger - an observer of news and society. I head a development center for an MNC in Chennai.


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