Can myopic Muslims see Congress in AAP?

The political pot is simmering hot with numerous issues needing immediate addressing.



Media with fixed blinkers is reporting in a biased format, apparently monitored by the party in office. There are several other issues far more important than Kangna Ranaut,Sushant Singh, Rhea but the scribes are camping religiously in tinsel town covering wall- to- wall events rather than even whispering of China's intrusion into Indian boundaries, GDP is crippling badly with no remedy in sight yet and above all the most politically fuelled pandemic COVID19, the political parties are desperately eying to cash in on. 
The Muslims, though in bad faith, have found an alternative voting into power the Aam Aadmi Party by dumping the arrogantly power drunk Congress. The Delhiites evidently displayed an implicit faith in the AAP,  a tenderfoot  till yesterday, which seems to have picked the trade well.
Despite, it has miserably failed on two different fronts: North East riots, that hit the gory headlines and stayed on page one for days where the capital city witnessed the worst ever mayhem in Delhi, those on the margins of society felt massacred, lynched, wrapped up and had to leave the city appeared wholly diabolic for cover.



Second, Tablighi jamaat episode was nothing but classically orchestrated by the prejudiced media not only showing the Muslim in poor light but also relating the virus Corona to the Tablighi jamaat or Muslims as a whole. Now the big question arises is why on earth AAP chose to stay tight-lipped about the Muslims their vote-bank being torched and tortured. Why didn't the ruling party in Delhi utter a word on CAA, NPR, NRC and when  Shaheen Bagh had been holding a marathon protest against the Central government pushing the minority to the wall? 
AAP has come to power with a  thumping majority and the role of the marginalised section was vital.
So much so, AAP remained silent when a mass  exodus happened, migrant workers after the country had locked down had to rush walking hundreds of miles back to their homes and the government looked away as if everything was more than normal in the city.
Chaudhary Mateen, veteran Congress leader & Ex MLA, Seelemapur was quoted as saying, "There was nothing left to be done in my constituency, you yourself can go and have a look. In my long tenure of more than 20 years, I resolved all issues ranging from electricity,water,road, library, hospitals and above all education. People may have wanted a change but now they will feel the pinch as many projects undertaken by the government have been left half way through. Those living in these riot-torn areas won't ever forgive the Aam Aadmi Party. Now the voters have woken up to the call and understood how they have been duped."
On the other hand, talking of riots which have dented the party reigning over Delhi.
"This is sheer failure of the government. It has betrayed the people of Delhi and  I am sure that the faith lost won't ever be reposed. I would not have let the riots happen in my constituency. Had I been voted into power as an MLA, my first priority would have been to secure our people irrespective of their religions. We shouldn't ignore that our nation is a democratic and secular in nature and our duty is to protect the citizens first, " rightly said by  Ali Mehndi, Chairman DPCC Minority Cell.
On the order hand the newly elected MLA AAP went about counting the achievements he has made since he assumed office.
"We have many projects promised in our manifesto which we are doing regularly and will complete in days to come. A well equipped  library with a wide range of books on varied subjects will come up soon. Potable water is no problem in the area. In the trying times of Pandemic, the hospitals with proper facilities to fight the deadly virus are responding well. Mortality rate has declined rapidly, more numbers of testing surface more numbers of cases reported onna daily basis but all is in check." He has spoken like everyone else can articulate when in office. But there are many who conveniently avoid speaking of communal clashes that have scorched the fabric of peace and harmony. Delhi seems a Herculean task for AAP in the next Assembly elections if all these issues, neither pardonable nor ignorable, are put together under the lens. However, people have a memory terribly short-lived. Wait and see which new card the ruling party is going to play next in the Delhi polls.Second, Tablighi jamaat episode was nothing but classically orchestrated by the prejudiced media not only showing the Muslim in poor light but also relating the virus Corona to the Tablighi jamaat or Muslims as a whole. Now the big question arises is why on earth AAP chose to stay tight-lipped about the Muslims their vote-bank being torched and tortured. Why didn't the ruling party in Delhi utter a word on CAA, NPR, NRC and when  Shaheen Bagh had been holding a marathon protest against the Central government pushing the minority to the wall? 
AAP has come to power with a  thumping majority and the role of the marginalised section was vital.
So much so, AAP remained silent when a mass  exodus happened, migrant workers after the country had locked down had to rush walking hundreds of miles back to their homes and the government looked away as if everything was more than normal in the city.
Chaudhary Mateen, veteran Congress leader & Ex MLA, Seelemapur was quoted as saying, "There was nothing left to be done in my constituency, you yourself can go and have a look. In my long tenure of more than 20 years, I resolved all issues ranging from electricity,water,road, library, hospitals and above all education. People may have wanted a change but now they will feel the pinch as many projects undertaken by the government have been left half way through. Those living in these riot-torn areas won't ever forgive the Aam Aadmi Party. Now the voters have woken up to the call and understood how they have been duped."
On the other hand, talking of riots which have dented the party reigning over Delhi.
"This is sheer failure of the government. It has betrayed the people of Delhi and  I am sure that the faith lost won't ever be reposed. I would not have let the riots happen in my constituency. Had I been voted into power as an MLA, my first priority would have been to secure our people irrespective of their religions. We shouldn't ignore that our nation is a democratic and secular in nature and our duty is to protect the citizens first, " rightly said by  Ali Mehndi, Chairman DPCC Minority Cell.
On the order hand the newly elected MLA AAP went about counting the achievements he has made since he assumed office.
"We have many projects promised in our manifesto which we are doing regularly and will complete in days to come. A well equipped  library with a wide range of books on varied subjects will come up soon. Potable water is no problem in the area. In the trying times of Pandemic, the hospitals with proper facilities to fight the deadly virus are responding well. Mortality rate has declined rapidly, more numbers of testing surface more numbers of cases reported onna daily basis but all is in check." He has spoken like everyone else can articulate when in office. But there are many who conveniently avoid speaking of communal clashes that have scorched the fabric of peace and harmony. Delhi seems a Herculean task for AAP in the next Assembly elections if all these issues, neither pardonable nor ignorable, are put together under the lens. However, people have a memory terribly short-lived. Wait and see which new card the ruling party is going to play next in the Delhi polls.