There are too many instances in the recent past where youth rallied behind ‘change’ politics but the ‘change’ crusaders themselves stumbled to live up to the expectations and witnessed their down fall. From Chiranjeevi in Andhra Pradesh to Arvind Kejriwal, all of them remain examples of such category in history. Off all the instances, Arvind Kejriwal stands out.

People in the National Captial territory truly believed him and sensationally made his Aam Admi Party as the single largest party with 28 seats in the state Assembly. If taking the help of Congress in forming the government is a mistake, tumbling down the government in just 48 days and wasting public money is a grave mistake. Kejriwal’s actions in General elections mostly looked either cheap or attention seeking. The more he opened up, the more his image deteriorated in the people.

However the very learned leader failed to recognize people’s anger till he lost deposit against BJP’s Prime Minister candidate Narendra Modi. Adding insult to injury, his letter to Delhi’s lieutenant governor to not to dissolve the Assembly. His attempt looked like he is desperate for power. He has now announced that he is gearing to seek fresh mandate from Delhi people. If the feelers are to be trusted, this election will be the final nail in the coffin. Finally, Arvind Kejriwal contributed his part to lessen people’s hopes in ‘Change’ politics.