Saturday, December 28, 2013

BUSINESS PROPOSAL! From Good Old Mr Gordon Kumar ,,

Dear Friend,
I must say that I have enormous respect for you considering the manner in
which I have made contact with you. My name is Mr. Gordon Kumar, The
financial controller at the RESERVE BANK OF INDIA (Main Branch) in New
Delhi, INDIA, and I am getting in touch with you regarding a business deal
worth $15,000,000.00 in my control which will be executed under a
legitimate arrangement.Reply me immediately if interested!
Yours Sincerely,
Mr. Gordon Kumar.

Thank you dear
kind generous fellow
mr gordon kumar
financial controller
at Kejriwals Aam Admis Delhi
for gifting me $15,000,000.00
in your control..uncleared
so far ..i am in love
i need the money
or my love life marred
two lovers ill starved
ill starred ...once
we receive your
financial support
we will send you
our wedding card
oh to be together
we tried so hard
she an american
citizen me a nationalist
beggar poet blackguard
a reformed alcoholic
a workaholic ..badly
scarred when my last
girlfriend threw acid
on my family jewels
when i told her
to blowhard ..
luckily i am healed
will go for constructive
surgery with your reward
gordon kumar ,, have
you ever been in love
the passion the guilt
the on
your guard women
are to be loved
never trusted
i told that to my friend
bernard..who too
was a victm of an
acid attack alas
his family jewels
badly charred

he sells peenuts at gateway of india .. total retard..
never ask for an inch nor take a yard...sala total barbad
happy new year .. love zindabad zindabad

Mr Arvind Kejriwal Revolutionizes Traditional Politics

image courtesy wikipedia

with the quintessential broom
he intends to sweep off
corruption in every politicians
room... dhoom machale dhoom
a new dawn over delhi looms
behind his back 8 angry
netas abusive envious fume
in their backroom lights off
despondency eternal gloom
in their garden sadly flowers
because of too many ghotalas
have stopped to bloom
too many pending cases
missing files will resurface
in the jantas adalat courtroom
corruption , elitist lal batti
culture entombed..the
esteemed opposition
day dreaming of the
aam admi..praying for
the fall of this giant killer
at the holy saints tomb
mr arvind kejriwal in short
time arrives by metro
to be sworn in at ram leela
grounds as the new
 chief minister of delhi
lights camera action zoom
for delhi public 700 liters water
50 % cut in electricity bills
ab pani pee bhai jhoom
barabar jhoom..long live
aam admi party ,, bahut
jaldi bambai main bade
screen par dekhiye BROOM
starring mr amitabh bachanji
as arvind kejriwal directed
by mr raj kumar santoshi
produced by mr ramesh taurani
i assume ,,,

after thought after swearing in as Delhi CM

: "Aaj Ka CM Kal Ka PM".

About Mr Arvind Kejriwal
From Wikipedia

Arvind Kejriwal (born 16 August 1968) is an Indian politician and the 7th Chief Minister of Delhi. Born in Haryana, Kejriwal is a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, where he studied Mechanical Engineering. He worked for the Indian Revenue Service (IRS) as a Joint Commissioner in the Income Tax Department. He is well-known for his role in drafting a proposed Jan Lokpal Bill and his efforts to bring and implement the Right to Information (RTI) act at grassroots level.
Kejriwal won the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership in 2006 for his contribution to the enactment of the Right to Information Act and for his efforts to empower the poorest citizens of India. In 2006, after resigning from the IRS, he donated his Magsaysay award money as a corpus fund to found an NGO, Public Cause Research Foundation. In 2012, he launched the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), and defeated Sheila Dixit in the 2013 Delhi Legislative Assembly election by a margin of 25,864 votes.[1]
Arvind Kejriwal was sworn in as Chief Minister of Delhi on 28 December 2013.

Early life

Kejriwal was born in the village of Siwani, Haryana, on 16 August 1968 to Gobind Ram Kejriwal and Gita Devi, a well-educated and well-off couple. He has a younger sister and brother. His father was an electrical engineer who graduated from the Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, and whose work led to many changes in the family's residence. Kejriwal spent most of his childhood in north Indian towns such as Sonepat, Ghaziabad and Hisar. He was educated at Campus School in Hisar.[2]
Kejriwal studied mechanical engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur and then from 1989 he worked for Tata Steel. He left that job in 1992, having previously taken leave of absence in order to study for the Civil Services Examination,[2] and spent some time in Kolkata, at the Ramakrishna Mission in North-East India and at Nehru Yuva Kendra.[3]
Kejriwal joined the Indian Revenue Service in 1995 after qualifying through the Civil Services Examination.[4] In 2000, he was granted two years' paid leave to pursue higher education on condition that upon resuming his work he would not resign from the Service for at least three years. Failure to abide by that condition would require him to repay the salary given during the leave period. He rejoined in 2003 and worked for 18 months before taking unpaid leave for 18 months.[5] In February 2006, he resigned from his position as a Joint Commissioner of Income Tax in New Delhi.[4] The Government of India claimed that Kejriwal had violated his original agreement by not working for three years. Kejriwal said that his 18 months of work and 18 months of unpaid absence amounted to the stipulated three year period during which he could not resign and that this was an attempt to malign him due to his involvement with Team Anna, a strand of the Indian anti-corruption movement. Eventually, in 2011, the matter was resolved when he paid his way out of the Service with the help of loans from friends.[5]
Kejriwal is married to Sunita, who is also an IRS officer and his batchmate from National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie and the National Academy of Direct Taxes in Nagpur. The couple have a daughter and a son. Kejriwal is a vegetarian. He has been practicing Vipassana for many years.[2]

Kejriwal believes "Change begins with small things". In December 1999, while still in service with the Income Tax Department, he helped found a movement named Parivartan (which means "change"), focused on assisting citizens in navigating income tax, electricity and food ration matters in parts of Delhi. The Parivartan organisation exposed a fake ration card scam in 2008[6][7] but, according to a founder member, did not have a great impact generally and was largely moribund by 2012.[8]
Right to Information
Together with Manish Sisodia and Abhinandan Sekhri, Kejriwal established the Public Cause Research Foundation in December 2006, donating the prize money he had received from the Ramon Magsaysay Award as a seed fund.[9] This new body paid the employees of Parivartan.[8]
Kejriwal has used the Right to Information Act in corruption cases in many government departments including the Income Tax Department, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, the Public Distribution System and the Delhi Electricity Board.[3]
Jan Lokpal Bill
Main article: Jan Lokpal Bill
Kejriwal was the civil society representative member of the committee constituted by the Government of India to draft a Jan Lokpal bill, following a campaign for introduction of such legislation that featured Anna Hazare. He had been arrested for his support of Hazare.[10][11]
Political career

Kejriwal established the AAP in November 2012. The party name reflects the phrase Aam Aadmi, or "common man", whose interests Kejriwal proposed to represent.[12]
He became one of the five most mentioned Indian politician on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter in the run-up to the Delhi legislative assembly elections of December 2013[13] Those elections were the first contested by the AAP and in them Kejriwal defeated the incumbent Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, in her Assembly constituency of New Delhi.[14] The party as a whole won 28 of the 70 available Assembly seats.[15]
The AAP then announced its intention to form a minority government in the hung Assembly, with what Dikshit describes as "not unconditional" support from Indian National Congress.[16][17] Kejriwal was sworn in as the second-youngest Chief Minister of Delhi on 28 December 2013, after Chaudhary Brahm Prakash who became chief minister at the age of 34.[18] He is in charge of Home Ministry, Power, Planning, Finance, Vigilance and other non allotted ministries.[19]

Kejriwal's book, Swaraj, was published in 2012.[20]

2004: Ashoka Fellow, Civic Engagement[3]
2005: 'Satyendra K. Dubey Memorial Award', IIT Kanpur for his campaign for bringing transparency in Government[21]
2006: Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership[6]
2006: CNN-IBN, 'Indian of the Year' in Public Service[22][23]
2009: Distinguished Alumnus Award, IIT Kharagpur for Eminent Leadership[24]
2009: Awarded a grant and fellowship by the Association for India's Development.[25]
2010: Policy Change Agent of the Year, Economic Times Awards along with Aruna Roy[26]
2011: NDTV Indian of the Year along with Anna Hazare[27]
2013: CNN-IBN Indian of the Year 2013-Politics[28]