How AAP and Arvind Kejriwal Will Perform after 2015 Elections?

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Below is this Article we will discuss the Chart of Aam Admi Party as the Delhi Assembly Elections which are to be held in January and February 2015 and will decide the fate of Aam Admi Party and Arvind Kejriwal after elections.

The Aam Admi Party was incepted on 26th November 2012 at 12:00 hrs in New Delhi. The Aam Admi Party came to existence to full fill the dream of Swaraj that Gandhi ji had for free India where in the power of governance and rights of democracy will be in the hands of the people of India.

Birth Details and Horoscopes of Shri Arvind Kejriwal considered for prediction. 

Planet’s Position at Birth Time

Planet Sign Degree Position Lord Nakshatra Pad Lord
  1. Lord
Asc Taurus 04 08 26 Ven Krittika 3 Sun Sat
Sun Leo 00 35 12 Moltkn Sun Magha 1 Ket Ket
Mon Taurus 07 49 27 Moltkn Ven Krittika 4 Sun Ven
Mar Cancer 13 48 06 Com Deb Mon Pushya 4 Sat Rah
Mer Leo 09 54 59 Com Friend Sun Magha 3 Ket Sat
Jup Leo 18 04 10 Friend Sun P.Phalguni 2 Ven Mar
Ven Leo 16 20 38 Enemy Sun P.Phalguni 1 Ven Mon
Sat (R) Aries 02 09 08 Deb Mar Ashwini 1 Ket Ven
Rah (R) Pisces 17 26 44 Neutrl Jup Revati 1 Mer Mer
Ket (R) Virgo 17 26 44 Neutrl Mer Hasta 3 Mon Sat
Ura Virgo 04 04 17 Mer U.Phalguni 3 Sun Sat
Nep Scorpio 00 28 35 Mar Vishakha 4 Jup Mon
Plu Leo 28 17 45 Sun U.Phalguni 1 Sun Mon
K.P. Ayanamsa  23: 19: 11 Degree
True Position of Rahu and Ketu are given


Lagna Chart

With the irresistible vote from the people of Delhi in his support, Chief Minister-designate Arvind Kejriwal has been burdened with the demanding responsibility of meeting the joind aspirations of the seventeen million population live in one of the world’s largest and most compactly inhabited cities Delhi’s exclusive place as a city-state and India’s capital make certain that the four civic bodies, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and the Delhi Police, are controlled by the union government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. While DDA falls under the urban development ministry, the civic bodies and the Delhi Police are under the home ministry.

First thing for Kejriwal is to fulfil the promise of subsidised water and power. Hence, he is likely to have a tough time keeping his promises. One of the promise of Kejriwal is of building stable houses for slum resident is hard to complete as according to the Delhi Master Plan, the isolated land has to be used for forest or educational institutions and hospitals, then nothing much can be done by the Delhi government.

What Kejriwal can do is to command creation like hospitals and schools but the Delhi government reserves do not have enough money for that. Money will be a problem.

Kejriwal now has to make certain that he remain paths open with the Centre as well as the municipalities, only then can he delivers.

Overall Arvind Kejriwal would face in executing his election assurance as he set in motion his second term in office.

1- On water and power: The main confront would be to maintain the guarantee of cheap power and water rates as both these are firm by the cost at which you buy and sell them. The budget for Delhi is tight and you have to give up something to contain this reward. It might last for few months, but not for ever.

2- On Delhi’s strange administrative and multi-tiered and distributed governance arrangement: Three civic bodies are with the BJP… so it has to be seen whether he can extract work from them. The entire matters congregate on the civic bodies like sanitation, roads, parking and garbage collection. Improved enforcement, hard fines for littering and encroachment– would show residents how a government can make the civic bodies function.

He wants to in fact bring the Swaraj Bill, which I think has already been drafted. The Swaraj Bill envisions authorizing the Resident. Welfare Associations (RWAs) by giving them funding from MLAs. This means they have to be empowered through elections; otherwise you cannot give them public money. But such an election will run counter to the civic act. So the central government has to clear it. Even if Kejriwal passes the bill in the Delhi assembly, it will have to be cleared by the lt governor, who is bound to send it to the Centre.

3- On DDA: The Delhi Development Authority has been formed under an act of parliament. It falls under the urban development ministry. But if the central government goes by the recommendations of the second Administrative Reforms Commission, then the chief minister can chair the meeting of the DDA and it could give him a say in subjects like land acquisition and planning and land pooling. But till now, the Centre has not done anything on it. It will require a change in the DDA Act, but if Kejriwal pushes for it it may be difficult to negate the request in view of his popularity.

4- On Delhi Police: He will not have a direct authority but can play an effective role indirectly. The police will respond if the CM brings up instances of mismanagement, apathy or negligence. After all, they also have to respect an elected public representative – and more so if it is the CM. Also confidential reports on top officials are written by the chief secretary and by the governor. If the chief minister brings out clear cases of mishandling or corruption, then it will reflect on the performance of the officers and they will definitely become more responsive.


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