What is Arvind Kejriwal's IQ?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Luca Murray



What is Arvind Kejriwal's IQ?

It is definitely not enough to understand basic economics. Economics is counterintuitive and very difficult for most people to understand.

Would you be able to understand the economy if you took time to do it? Yes, probably ten years or so, that too in good overseas universities + Western government economic policy development experience (Indian universities have fairly close to zero proficiency in economics so they don't count).

Of course, if even Arvind finds economics so difficult to understand, one can easily understand why a billion Indians are so confused. A Third World country where its "e

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It is definitely not enough to understand basic economics. Economics is counterintuitive and very difficult for most people to understand.

Would you be able to understand the economy if you took time to do it? Yes, probably ten years or so, that too in good overseas universities + Western government economic policy development experience (Indian universities have fairly close to zero proficiency in economics so they don't count).

Of course, if even Arvind finds economics so difficult to understand, one can easily understand why a billion Indians are so confused. A Third World country where its "elites" have no idea why socialism is so dangerous.

how much IQ is important. The work you do does not depend on your IQ but on your belief, your culture, and your spirit as a public servant.

Let's measure on important issues such as education, health, ease of doing business, happiness, growth, public service, skill centers, water, shelter, the technology used to serve the public, schemes for the public, and corruption.

Can you compare Arvind kejriwal to the work of any other leader, be it Mr. Modi or even Mr. Yogi?

What is the reason for asking such a question?

If speeches without any supporting data are one of the parameters that other leaders surely surpass

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how much IQ is important. The work you do does not depend on your IQ but on your belief, your culture, and your spirit as a public servant.

Let's measure on important issues such as education, health, ease of doing business, happiness, growth, public service, skill centers, water, shelter, the technology used to serve the public, schemes for the public, and corruption.

Can you compare Arvind kejriwal to the work of any other leader, be it Mr. Modi or even Mr. Yogi?

What is the reason for asking such a question?

If speeches without any supporting data are one of the parameters, other leaders surely surpass it by miles. but if he acts, no living leader will come close to him on what he worked for Delhi.

I am sure you will have your answer?

Definitely much better than Modi. Here's the proof: While Modi would rather wash the feet of manual scavengers to show his gratitude, the Delhi government bought Cleaning Machines to help clean up trash / drain and eradicate manual cleaning.

I will try to answer this by being brutally honest with myself.

Disclaimer:

  1. This publication is not a criticism of or an attack on any particular individual, organization or academic institution; rather a part of introspection and understanding of Swami Vivekananda's most quoted line on Education; Education is the manifestation of perfection already present in Man (1).
  2. Instead of analyzing the variations in economic conditions and the economy between countries; This post is my personal insight into what makes top college students great. And, fundamentally, the psychological and social abyss
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I will try to answer this by being brutally honest with myself.

Disclaimer:

  1. This publication is not a criticism of or an attack on any particular individual, organization or academic institution; rather a part of introspection and understanding of Swami Vivekananda's most quoted line on Education; Education is the manifestation of perfection already present in Man (1).
  2. Instead of analyzing the variations in economic conditions and the economy between countries; This post is my personal insight into what makes top college students great. And, par excellence, the psychological and social abyss that our (Indian) educational institutions must cross to be considered exceptional in the truest sense.

Since this is going to be a long treatise; all you need is a good cup of tea and an open mind. Keep reading ...

I read for my postgraduate degree at Oxford (2005-2006). There were 26 students in my lot. I was the dumbest of all (even though I passed my 2 written final exams with A + grades, I failed miserably on the Statistics exam multiple times - I had also prepared my application for MPhil and DPhil - but I threw it all away last day; I really didn't want to continue…). Most were Rhodes scholars (2) from around the world, national scholars, and Asian-APAC-African continent scholars.

In a pure confrontation of the intellect, from man to man, subject to the subject and intellect versus intellect; Oxbridge students will outperform the best IIT / IIM class anytime, anywhere, anywhere on Earth.

Having said that, many of us will now ask, “Are you crazy ??? The IIT / IIM have the toughest exam on Earth ... their graduates are launching amazing e-commerce portals every day in India, disrupting the SCM ecosystem; IT companies are literally governed by IIT / IIM; And what nonsense are you talking about? You're an Idiot?"

What makes Oxford University an epitome of education? Why is it so revered worldwide for 1000 years? Why is it the largest temple of knowledge on Earth?

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I'll give you the * PERFECT * reasoning for that.

Oxford and Cambridge are the 2 most classical universities in the world; Oxford is the oldest English-speaking university in the world. The total number of Nobel laureates if you count these 2 universities and the patents they have in total will embarrass us (Oxford = 58, Cambridge = 90; that is, 148 Nobel prizes shared between them). The reason is simple, as in my class of 26 students, we were 5 Indians. And every Indian was like a "rat" desperately looking for that next consulting job to buy that Merc and brag to his native: "Mera beta UK mein Consulting kar ta hai" (My son is consulting in the UK). For example, I had a friend from Hyderabad in the UK who was there with me; her parents already started talking about dowry at home because “Mera beta Oxford mein hai! Faren mein solve kare ga !!!!! "(My son is in Oxford! He will settle in a foreign land!) (With all due respect to Hyd, nothing against you!) I had a gold medal in my BTech in Engineering of Computer Science, I had recommendations from 2 professors who were visiting professors at Stanford University and the California Institute of Technology, I won the “starist” (Lot Representative) elections 7 times in a row in the university students; I had published articles international and what not !!!! I had a lot of "attitude" and "ego" (like all Indians) when the first day; a snobbish and spoiled brat. When I met the other fellow students, my ego was shattered; broke into pieces! The reason is simple: Oxford and Cambridge aren't designed to come together for brands and then get that consulting job or to get a dowry. Corporate Rat Race is meaningless to 99% of students entering Oxford. It's not for any of this. Then you ask yourself: why the hell would someone study at Oxford or Cambridge? In simple terms, “most of the students (with the exception of 1% like me, who were failures in Oxbridge's eyes); join Oxbridge to advance the human race ”. There is a lot of depth in my last statement. Read it one more time; SLOWLY this time. They become scientists, they do amazing research in Molecular Biology, they do amazing zoological research, They find innovative Machine Learning algorithms that have driven cancer research for decades; They find new ways of doing Behavioral Science studies that help to figure out why "men become rapists", and so on. join Oxbridge to advance the human race ”. There is a lot of depth in my last statement. Read it one more time; SLOWLY this time. They become scientists, they do amazing research in Molecular Biology, they do amazing zoological research, they find groundbreaking Machine Learning algorithms that drive cancer research for decades; They find new ways of doing Behavioral Science studies that help to figure out why "men become rapists", and so on. join Oxbridge to advance the human race ”. There is a lot of depth in my last statement. Read it one more time; SLOWLY this time. They become scientists, they do amazing research in Molecular Biology, they do amazing zoological research, they find groundbreaking Machine Learning algorithms that drive cancer research for decades; They find new ways of doing Behavioral Science studies that help to figure out why "men become rapists", and so on. They find innovative Machine Learning algorithms that have driven cancer research for decades; They find new ways of doing Behavioral Science studies that help to figure out why "men become rapists", and so on. They find innovative Machine Learning algorithms that have driven cancer research for decades; They find new ways of doing Behavioral Science studies that help to figure out why "men become rapists", and so on.

Enough theory, now let's talk about some real examples: I had an African boy (Michael) in my group, who became my best friend: he had been the first in his whole life, in school, high school, university, the postgraduate and selected as the only Rhodes fellow for a fully funded 7 year research at Oxford in South Africa - I was doing research on "Understanding the psychological implications of slavery on the second generation children of former gold / silver mine slaves in SA "; their recommendations would be put into Govt. policies when you finish your MSc, then MPhil, and finally your DPhil. We had job fairs at the Univ; where the 50 most important companies in the world come from and BEG (I expressly put the word here, not interview, because the interview is more of a “formality” to select university / postgraduate students to join them; Michael had people standing outside the door of his hostel apartment (I've seen it with my own eyes because he used to visit his hostel to play pool) but he didn't talk to them. He said: no, he wants to go back because his ancestors were slaves once. He wants to go back to his country and do something for the country, its society and the government. His starting salary at any of the consulting firms would have been a minimum of £ 150,000 annually (I was a completely substandard nincompoop, mine was only £ 45,000 by comparison). Second example: I met and dated for a short time an amazing lady from Romania (she had been the first throughout her life in school, high school, university) and now she was doing the specialization in Behavioral Studies in my department. We attended a statistics class together, became fast friends (because I speak Russian fluently having lived in Moscow for 4 years) and dated for 2 Sems. She was not there to find any corporate work in London; but it was being funded (4-year studies) by the Romanian Ministry of the Interior; She was one of the leading experts in her field doing "psychological analysis of how to stop organized crime" in the Slavic states. I passed my exams with 45% on most exams, she passed the tests with 100% overall. Could you have not joined Google? His IQ would be higher than Sundar Pichai himself. She is back in Romania now helping to fight organized crime; she has been recently promoted and part of the IRB (Internal Organized Crime Unit) in her government. Let's now go to the third example, the most wonderful of all: this time I met another boy (a British man), we were both working as 'Porters' during one of our breaks. We used to carry things from place to place and help corporate houses introduce themselves during job fairs (this is organized by a department at Oxford University called Oxford University Career Service (OUCS) and we were both enlisted to work during semester vacations). This boy was doing his last year of Diploma in Environmental Sciences and we had a short course together. We became good friends; and got to know him better. He had been a fellow at Cambridge, first excelled throughout his life, surpassed Cambridge (he was the first in all engineering years), then did a year at Harvard, then switched to Oxford for his MPhil & PhD (as if I would have finished my undergraduate studies in Computer Engineering but chose to study a Master of Behavioral Science at Oxford - he switched to Environmental Science / Engineering I think). He travels to Africa every year to help understand and live and work among the Maasai, he lives with them 5-6 months a year for field projects; collect data, It analyzes them and helps in conserving their habitats for future generations due to the threats that modern civilization has imposed on them. Once we were working together for an event (preparing the booths for the big corporate houses that would be coming the next day), I still remember it. I looked at his face and asked, “You don't have money, not even a good watch. , no car, no apartment; tomorrow when the world's top companies will be here ... why don't you get a job at Accenture OR Microsoft OR some company man ... anyone on Earth will take it ... they will be very happy to have it! ”. He smiled and said, “Have you been to Africa, man? You have to go once. You would not understand! "I had borrowed one of my favorite novels during the Oxford days,“ Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life ”by Jon Lee Anderson a few weeks ago (since we both loved to read); who came back in a heavy downpour one night. I was moving to London to start my "rat race" with an internship at a consulting firm in a few days; and soon he would travel to Africa. I still remember him, I couldn't look him in the eye; Because I was so ashamed inside I have never forgotten that feeling.

Now let's do a quick summary:

  • The goal of life for most students at Oxbridge or any of the best universities on Earth is to "power the human race" (3). For example, in the case of Oxford, most of the students I met and interacted with; his life's wish was to access this page (link below) if possible in the operating room after his life; leave a small dent in the Universe when they no longer exist. http://www.ox.ac.uk/about/oxford-people/famous-oxonians
  • Joining a software company, consulting company, or launching an e-commerce company that sells baby soaps, oil, detergents, and lingerie online has never been the agenda of truly talented people at top universities. Therefore, they indulge in activities and professions that can propel the human race forward. The core attitude of students and teachers is different. They are guided by the eternal longing for lifelong learning that will benefit humanity. People like Malvika have no place in an IIT / IIM; Oxbridge & MIT definitely needs them because they value the excellence inherent in them.
  • The professors of the best classical and technological universities are chosen exclusively on the basis of their merits. The world-renowned fame and lifelong dedication and ultimate sacrifice of many of them for their cause. Likes of Stephen Hawking at Cambridge, Amartya Sen at Harvard and Visiting Professor at Oxford University and many of them. In my university studies, 2 of the colleagues of 2 of my professors won the Nobel Prize in Solid State Physics; his dedication was immense. One of my professors, who is a world-renowned professor in nuclear energy, had a lecture on "Data Acquisition Systems (DAQ)" scheduled, which did not come that day. We were very upset when Junior TA showed up! We come to know: the cooling rods of one of the nuclear reactors at a nuclear power plant in China have shown an anomalous reading at night; our professor has been sent urgently by the government. after the Chinese government. It has spread in the middle of the night So aptly exemplified in the Sanskrit Vedas (which I had perused in my school days):

    स्वगृहे पूज्यते मूर्खः स्वग्रामे पूज्यते प्रभुः
    स्वदेशे पूज्यते राजा विद्वान् सर्वत्र पूज्यते

    Swa gruhe Poojyathe Murkha, Swa graame Poojyathe Prabhu, Swa deshe Poojyathe Raja, Vidhwan Sarvathra Poojyathe (4). That is, even an idiot (or moron) is respected in his own house (s), landlords are respected in his own villages, a king is respected in his own kingdom, a scholar is above political barriers because it is respected globally wherever it is. he goes. The Latin word 'science' simply means 'knowledge'. The intellect has no borders; its sole purpose is to serve Humanity.
  • On the contrary, IIT / IIM are rampant with the SC / ST quota policy and Political Party Interference at virtually every step of the educational process; From official sources, here are the reserves in IIT in teaching staff: 15% for SC + 7.5% for ST + 27% for other backward classes (OBC) = 49.5% (Source: IIT Bombay goes online, share of teachers) and from what I have heard from my friends; up to 60-70% of teachers belong to the reserved category in newly trained IITs. The intellect cannot have reservations; It is God's supreme gift to humanity (close your eyes for 10 seconds and imagine this situation: Stephen Hawking attends a Trinamool Congress meeting chaired by Mamata Banerjee and she criticizes him because the votes of TMC youth have dropped considerably in Cambridge in recent years, especially in its Department of Mathematics; and in case he does not roll up his socks; she could fire him personally and the next Newton Chair (aka the Lucasian Chair of Mathematics) should come from an SC / ST in Wales in England!). Not in this life!
  • Classical universities have the best infrastructure, funding, and truly gifted individuals who give back to their society. By comparison, our unis and IIT / IIM have been transformed into factories that are primarily intended to produce mediocre "slaves" for large Corps; a "rat race" for admissions, and then finally "placement" and finally filling in the cheap IT workforce (I've lost count of how many IIT / IIM / ISB graduates I've met at AWS, Microsoft, IBM and Oracle, what? Account managers and enterprise sales representatives selling software licenses to customers!). A vanguard of Indian society, whom everyone admires and aspires to be, cannot fall so low.

In general, when I look back and compare our IIT / IIM with my friends in Oxford and Cambridge; and see how hard they are trying to make a difference in their respective fields; I am ashamed of my own existence and how small I am; how insignificant and selfish I am; with a job at the second largest software company on Earth that travels globally today; but without any real contribution to the Society.

We as a country to become the greatest; and that the IIT / IIM are among the best; our Society has to change. It has to mature; and pushing ourselves and our students for higher things. Superior objectives. Noble goals. In Swami Vivekananda's own words; He firmly believed that the Indian educational system still does not allow our students to excel in the perfect spiritual way; so well cited in "Education is the manifestation of perfection already present in Man." All that this perfection requires is a breeding ground.

Considered the wisest of the 7 Stoic philosophers, the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius said in his book Meditations; "What we do in this life is reflected in eternity!". Not many IIT / IIM graduates can say that ... they leave virtually no legacy. On the other hand, people like Michael, Elena and Steven; when they finally leave, the world will have less.

Be like a rocky promontory against which the restless swell continually beats; stand firm while the rough sea falls asleep at your feet. I hear you say: "What bad luck that this happens to me!" Not at all! Instead, say: “How lucky that I am not heartbroken by what has happened and I am not afraid of what is about to happen. The same blow could have hit anyone, but not many would have absorbed it without capitulation or complaint. (Marcus Aurelius, Meditations)

What puzzled me during my tenure at Oxford was the beautiful dichotomy between financial abundance and divine self-control that many of the scholars had. They had a paradigm of the ideal, which cut across all religious, political, national and linguistic barriers.

Essentially, in Latin, Dignitas maior est quam tanti viri ejus vitae concipiunt, descendi desiderio aeternae is the difference. In English Marcus Aurelius is 'one of the most famous quotes,' The value of a man can never be greater than the value of his life's ambitions; the eternal desire to learn! ' It's the difference.

PS: These are some of the projects that Oxford scientists and alumni are working on. Take a look at what it means to push the human race forward.

  • Xanda, the son of Cecil the lion, also shot dead in Zimbabwe
  • Waking up to famine! by David Miliband
  • Revolutionary discovery in the treatment of bowel cancer
  • The long war: defeating incurable cancer with a virus
  • There is still hope for people with autism
  • See the light: give vision to the blind

Sources:
(1) This quote was originally part of a letter written to Singaravelu Mudaliyar (Kidi) from Chicago, USA, dated March 3, 1894. The letter was later published as prose in the Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda.

(2) Rhodes Scholarship - Wikipedia, Rhodes House - Home of the Rhodes Scholarships

(3) Stealing the exact words of John Chapman's letter to his wife; which, by the way, was borrowed by Jack Kerouac in his legendary book, "On the Road"; He was eventually made famous by Steve Jobs in his Apple commercial, The Crazy Ones.

(4) Indian Vedas: Vedas - Wikipedia

EDIT: Here is the latest Times Higher Education 2018 Global University Rankings:

  1. Oxford University (UK)
  2. Cambridge University (UK)
  3. California Institute of Technology (USA)
  4. Stanford University (USA)
  5. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)
  6. Harvard University (USA)
  7. Princeton University (USA)
  8. Imperial College London (UK)
  9. University of Chicago (USA)
  10. ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (Switzerland)

= 10 University of Pennsylvania (USA)

For Indians, this year there is no India in the Top 250. Here are the Indian rankings:

  • 251–300 Indian Institute of Sciences
  • 351–400 Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
  • 501–600 Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
  • 501–600 Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
  • 501–600 Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
  • 501–600 Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
  • 601–800 Muslim University of Aligarh
  • 601–800 Banaras Hindu University
  • 601–800 University of Delhi
  • 601–800 Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
  • 601–800 Indian Institute of Technology Madras
  • 601–800 Indian School of Mines
  • 601–800 Jadavpur University
  • 601–800 National Institute of Technology Rourkela
  • 601–800 University of Panjab
  • 601–800 Savitribai Phule Pune University
  • 601–800 University of Tezpur
  • 801–1000 Amrita University
  • 801–1000 Andhra University
  • 801–1000 Annamalai University
  • 801–1000 Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
  • 801–1000 University of Calcutta
  • 801–1000 Cochin University of Science and Technology
  • 801–1000 Jamia Millia Islamia
  • 801–1000 University of Kerala
  • 801–1000 University of Osmania
  • 801–1000 University of Pondicherry
  • 801–1000 Sri Venkateswara University
  • 801–1000 Thapar University
  • University 801–1000 VIT
  • 1001+ Amity University
  • 1001+ GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar
  • 1001+ GITAM University
  • 1001+ Jawaharlal Nehru Anantapur University of Technology (JNTUA)
  • 1001+ Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
  • 1001+ Manipal University
  • 1001+ University of Mysore
  • Faculty of Technology 1001+ PSG
  • University 1001+ SASTRA
  • 1001+ Sathyabama University
  • University 1001+ SRM
  • 1001+ Agricultural University of Tamil Nadu

In my personal opinion, Arvind Kejriwal has not kept any of the promises he made before the elections. On the other hand, Delhi is full of big billboards where AAP keeps saying that they have cut down on corruption, radio advertisements, etc., and when a lawsuit was filed against them, they refused to pay attorney fees. The road conditions are worse, it promised free wifi, but it is currently provided in CP and the best thing is that you cannot connect your devices. People talk about the Mohalla Clinic he launched, but for every 500 patients there is 1 doctor. A flyover was c

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In my personal opinion, Arvind Kejriwal has not kept any of the promises he made before the elections. On the other hand, Delhi is full of big billboards where AAP keeps saying that they have cut down on corruption, radio advertisements, etc., and when a lawsuit was filed against them, they refused to pay attorney fees. The road conditions are worse, it promised free wifi, but it is currently provided in CP and the best thing is that you cannot connect your devices. People talk about the Mohalla Clinic he launched, but for every 500 patients there is 1 doctor. A flyover was built which made headlines because the allocated budget was around Rs 300 million and AAP built it at around Rs 150 million, a few months later, people found cracks in that particular overpass. If anyone has seen the flyover at ITO, so much the better. The BRT corridor was a disaster for the people of Delhi and removing it was a good step, but it took about 8-10 months because the work was left in the middle. In terms of security, the AAP and the Delhi Police are like a match between India and Pakistan, they just can't go hand in hand.

He did not keep any of his promises and made a fool of the people of Delhi. The free water scheme sounded good, but the funny thing is, there is no water in the taps.

He said that he would live in his own apartment like a common man, but after a few weeks he changed. Few will say that he is the CM, he needs space to work. Okay, but you shouldn't have promised that you will live in your own apartment. Degrading your own credibility. He's always after Modi, I mean why the hell do you care if he's an xyz college graduate. Just mind your own business and do our job. Always wanting the light lime and degrade Modi.

The electricity scheme that promised that prices will be reduced, nothing.

He's just making fun of people, fighting with the Delhi police, after Modi's life, publicizing his work which ironically sucks, asking Delhi taxpayers to pay his claim, retracting his own statements and making money and Also don't forget that he is an IITian and worked at ITO so he knows the ways and means to earn black money.

Why not?

Ask anyone in Congress what Rahul Gandhi will say

BJP is blind and the bhakts cannot see beyond Modi.

I support Arvind Kejriwal.

Now let's decide how to choose.

Rahul Gandhi: zero contribution to NOTHING.

Modi - Loud and bombastic promises that have fallen apart despite large numbers in parliament and an ugly side was shown in terms of the Hindutva crowd.

Arvind: many promises, some failures, some successes. No corruption, efficient governance, and phenomenal policies that benefit people without going broke.

3 terms like CM and 6 years like PM I have yet to see what

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Why not?

Ask anyone in Congress what Rahul Gandhi will say

BJP is blind and the bhakts cannot see beyond Modi.

I support Arvind Kejriwal.

Now let's decide how to choose.

Rahul Gandhi: zero contribution to NOTHING.

Modi - Loud and bombastic promises that have fallen apart despite large numbers in parliament and an ugly side was shown in terms of the Hindutva crowd.

Arvind: many promises, some failures, some successes. No corruption, efficient governance, and phenomenal policies that benefit people without going broke.

3 terms like CM and 6 years like PM I have yet to see what the Gujarat fuss is about. It's not exactly like Singapore, New York, or London, is it?

A term in which CM and AK came across radical ideas and plans and have successfully implemented most of them.

Water and electricity solved more or less.

Schools and medical facilities improved dramatically.

70 services at your door !!!! Who the hell does that ??

Zero corruption.

Zero delays in any action or plan.

Open and responsible government.

No nonsense about religion or caste. The current riots in Delhi can be easily discussed and the blame can be placed directly on the BJP / RSS / Hindutva crowd along with the police puppets.

There is no question of his patriotism (unless one is a Modi bhakt)

Now, it is not Arvind Kejriwal's fault that no channel can ask for his views and potential policies on national issues.

Social media and biased media take over and play mind games with people saying Modi nahi to aur kaun.

Sorry ... I never believed that Modi was the messiah or savior of India and it is not because of being an AAP supporter.

I've been to Gujarat ... specifically Surat and I've seen a lot of images from Ahmedabad ... nothing surprising about them.

AK has shown determination and focus that hits the spot with many Indians.

Now it may not have been successful in 2014 or 2019 to make a dent, but that's okay.

Now the second victory as CM has provided people with a lot of knowledge and information about the policies and ways of working of AK and AAP and they are impressed.

Who knows, it could translate to something bigger in the future.

Rahul Gandhi, a face of the new congress, right?

Born in New Delhi, Gandhi spent his early childhood between Delhi and Dehradun and stayed out of the public sphere for much of his childhood and youth. He obtained primary education in New Delhi and Dehradun, but then went to home school due to safety concerns. Gandhi did his university at St. Stephen DU, and after moving to Harvard University, Gandhi transferred to Rollins College in Florida due to security threats, he graduated in 1994 after obtaining M.phil from Cambridge, then started his career with the group of monitors. , a gesture

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Rahul Gandhi, a face of the new congress, right?

Born in New Delhi, Gandhi spent his early childhood between Delhi and Dehradun and stayed out of the public sphere for much of his childhood and youth. He obtained primary education in New Delhi and Dehradun, but then went to home school due to safety concerns. Gandhi did his university at St. Stephen DU, and after moving to Harvard University, Gandhi transferred to Rollins College in Florida due to security threats, he graduated in 1994 after obtaining M.phil from Cambridge, then started his career with the group of monitors. , a management consulting firm in London. He returned to India, where he founded the Mumbai-based technology outsourcing company.

In 2004 he joined the Congress as an active participant.

Most of the population thinks it's silly, right?

I don't think so, but yes, he lacks experience in dirt fields which is the same as rain in the desert. Even he didn't know, where do our potatoes come from? Only for 2 years, he works with ordinary people, otherwise, he never came into direct contact with the population of the countries, he does win so many times but he never dares to face them.

He is a highly educated and qualified person, he never saw any misery in his whole life, I am sure his IQ level was higher than most of the people (other parts), but that does not mean that he will get the success .

Born with a golden spoon.

Yes, in a short time he lost his grandmother, PM Indira Gandhi and his father, former PM Rajeev Gandhi.

You need more time to understand India and Indians up close, only after that will you achieve it?

Thanks.

No way. Lies and honestly cannot go hand in hand. And we have seen numerous accounts of lies and dishonesty from Arvind Kejriwal over the past two years. He is a cunning politician and mastermind, who knows how to fool people who do not think critically. Think like a businessman. He knows that there is a section of society that is often upset with the establishment and wants to elect a new party to govern a state or country, only in the hope that this new party will perform better than the previous ones. Just try to sell them gifts and attract their votes. He often

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No way. Lies and honestly cannot go hand in hand. And we have seen numerous accounts of lies and dishonesty from Arvind Kejriwal over the past two years. He is a cunning politician and mastermind, who knows how to fool people who do not think critically. Think like a businessman. He knows that there is a section of society that is often upset with the establishment and wants to elect a new party to govern a state or country, only in the hope that this new party will perform better than the previous ones. Just try to sell them gifts and attract their votes. He often targets the lower middle class and the poor, because he knows that their first priority is to have access to the basic necessities of life, and if they are promised that their needs will be met, they can vote for the party. without thinking much critically, being guided mainly by their hopes and emotions. And finally, it does not deliver what was promised. He basically plays on the feelings of the poor.

His party is currently in power in Delhi. We can clearly see what it is doing. There has been some development in general, there is no doubt about that, but does that seem to be the main priority of this government? Clearly not. I think he and his party are more focused on smearing Modi, BJP than on Delhi. AAP, leaning on his leadership, is lowering the level of Indian politics day by day. He is hungry for power and can go anywhere to expand his empire. “Match with a Difference” - that's what AAP used to be called in the beginning, and until February 2015, even I was an ardent supporter of AAP and Arvind, but I'm sad to say that Arvind has changed a lot. He is not the great icon, the inspiring leader that he used to be. Not anymore. And I don't see how this match is considerably better than other contemporary matches at the moment.

Here is some data (taken from Wikipedia):

Arvind Kejriwal studied mechanical engineering at IIT Kharagpur and then from 1989 he worked for Tata Steel.

He left that job in 1992, after taking leave to study for civil service exams, and spent time in Calcutta, the Ramakrishna Mission in Northeast India, and Nehru Yuva Kendra.

Kejriwal joined the Indian Tax Service later in 1992 after qualifying through the Civil Services Exam. In February 2006, he resigned from his position as Joint Commissioner in the Income Tax Department.

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Here is some data (taken from Wikipedia):

Arvind Kejriwal studied mechanical engineering at IIT Kharagpur and then from 1989 he worked for Tata Steel.

He left that job in 1992, after taking leave to study for civil service exams, and spent time in Calcutta, the Ramakrishna Mission in Northeast India, and Nehru Yuva Kendra.

Kejriwal joined the Indian Tax Service later in 1992 after qualifying through the Civil Services Exam. In February 2006, he resigned from his position as Joint Commissioner in the Income Tax Department.

In December 1999, while still in service with the Income Tax Department, he helped found a movement called Parivartan (which stands for change), focused on helping citizens navigate income tax matters, the electricity and food rations in some parts of Delhi. He believes that "change begins with small things"

It goes without saying that Arvind Kejriwal must have more than just an above-average IQ to have accomplished all of this.

Arnab Goswami, recently in an interview with Arvind Kejriwal (Frankly Speaking with Arvind Kejriwal - 3), said the following, while talking to him, and I quote: "They say that Arvind Kejriwal is a very intelligent man. The worst rivals of which They don't accuse you. It's a low IQ. They say this man has an IQ of at least 150. "

Narendra Modi is 18 years older than Kejriwal, and again, borrowing from Wikipedia:

Modi was born on September 17, 1950 into a family of shopkeepers in Vadnagar, in the Mehsana district of what was then the state of Bombay (present-day Gujarat), India. He was the third of six children born to Damodardas Mulchand Modi and his wife, Heeraben.

As a teenager, Modi had a tea stand with his brother in a bus terminal. He completed his studies at Vadnagar, where one teacher described him as an average student but an enthusiastic polemicist.

Modi's affiliation with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) dates back to 1987, and before that he was a pracharak (propagandist) of the RSS. His electoral strategy was central to the BJP's victory in the 1995 Gujrat state elections.


We know a lot about Modi's journey since then, and it is clear that Modi has a high political IQ backed by more than 2 decades of political affiliation with the BJP.

A question about your comparative IQs on a political playing field may have little thought value.

I found out about AK when I read an article about how he won the Raman Magsaysay award in 2006.

Fast forward to the IAC movement and Anna hazare, I subscribed to AAP for the first few days.

Fast forward to the 2014 general election,

No evidence of development in Gujarat: Kejriwal

I have a relative in BSF who worked in Gujarat for some time, his information account totally opposed to Kejriwal's claim (I do not mean that all Gujarat towns are NY when I say there is visible development, everything I consider needs basic such as drinking water availability, road connectivity, electricity 24x7 these are the basic needs not

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I found out about AK when I read an article about how he won the Raman Magsaysay award in 2006.

Fast forward to the IAC movement and Anna hazare, I subscribed to AAP for the first few days.

Fast forward to the 2014 general election,

No evidence of development in Gujarat: Kejriwal

I have a relative in BSF who worked in Gujarat for some time, his information account totally opposed to Kejriwal's claim (I do not mean that all Gujarat towns are NY when I say there is visible development, everything I consider needs basic such as drinking water availability, road connectivity, electricity 24x7, these are the basic needs that are not satisfied in many states).

Skipping all the U-turns from the 370-page test against Sheila Dixit to the recent CBI raid scandal.

Ironically, the inception of the AAP was based on the strengthening of investigative agencies through lokpal for the control of corruption, but the AAP itself shouted political revenge but directed it to the DDCA.

The series of tweets almost goes like this:

1) If CBI has evidence, they should have informed me So, any burglary-based corruption charges should be reported to CM?.

2) If the agency does not inform you, it should be called Vendetta. ??

Does bringing AAP power really solves the corruption, if that is the case there shouldn't have any scam happened in Delhi. What about scams happening and unnoticed in AAP government ?.

Kejriwal Government Scraps More Than 900 Auto Permits After Alleged Scam

Corruption at higher level due no time frames, AK stand in this is as below

I request media to not demand timeframes from us: Arvind Kejriwal | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

but where as almost all the central schemas have articulated target and progress

for example,

I got below mail from Railway Ministry about last budget promises and progress made so far,

http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/brochure_inside_pages_combine.pdf

Rural electrification

GARV (Grameen Vidyutikaran)

Toilet Consturction under Swatcha bharatha Mission

Target Vs Acheivement Selection Based

89 lakh toilets built in rural India in 1 year, govt says - Times of India (govt. target was 60L, I was very doubtful about that back then given most our government's officers attitude).

These are few to name from the good works being done by Central Government, so when someone obsessed with self-promotion and gives least of thought to national security(Batla house encounter, asking Indian government to stop military ties with Israel ... so on) and a perfect 0% achievement of bringing any accusation he made throughout his political career to logical conclusion will obviously stands out as under performing candidate to be considered him as serious.

I see all these ground work as the solution rather rant on media and 530Cr self promoting advertisement.

No todo el mundo abusa de Kejriwal. Hay mucha gente a la que le gusta su ideología y estilo de política. Pero personalmente no me agrada, así que puedo decir mi
punto de vista sobre por qué no me agrada:

(1). Busca atención al presentar acusaciones infundadas:

His initial moves were to hold press conferences and accuse people of being corrupt as he did with Gadkari, Salman Khurshid, Kapil sibbal, etc. But later he was unable to prove anything against Gadkari in court. He had 365-page evidence against former Delhi CM Ms Shila Dixit, but was unable to do anything when he came to power. Simply put, he put all of those at

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Not everyone abuses Kejriwal. There are many people who like his ideology and style of politics. But personally I don't like it, so I can tell my
point of view on why I don't like it:

(1). Seek attention when making unfounded allegations:

His initial moves were doing press conferences and accusing people to be corrupt like he did for Gadkari, Salman Khurshid, Kapil sibbal etc. But later on he couldn't prove anything against Gadkari in court. He had 365 page proofs against former Delhi CM Mrs Shila Dixit but he couldn't do anything when he came to power. In nutshell he put all those allegations just to present himself as fighter against corruption. In reality, he wasn't that.

(2) Immature promises with unrealistic timelines: sign of immature leader

he made so many unrealistic promises in his election campaign like
* Passing "JanLokpal bill" on 28 Dec 2013 in Ramlila Maidan
* Giving FLAT 50% off on electricity bill to everyone
* 700 Lt water free to everyone, regularising illegal colonies
and there were many others.....

He set unrealistic timelines for every promise also like with in 10 days or 15 days within govt formation....which is clear sign of an immature leader. As a fresher, he obviously needed more time to understand the system. But he overestimated himself. Thats why he resigned when realized that he can't clear the mess he has created.

(3) I am OK, you are not OK attitude:

He is not a true critic however master in accusing others. He enjoys in telling somebody "Agent of Ambani and Adani" but complains when he is called as naxalit or "agent of Pakistan". In nutshell if he is launching missile of words, he should not complain for return gift. :)

(4) Master of U-turn, shameless and spineless fellow:

Everyone knows about his history of u-turns. I am surprised on his height on shamelessness. Same salient points:

* He promised for not to take any Govt house. later on, not only he took it but stayed in it even after 4-5 moths of submitting resignation.

* You see his speech just after he resigned from Delhi CM. According to him it was a great sacrifice in interest of delhi but 6 months later he apologized on that. He can't be correct on both. Either his resignation was wrong move or his apology.

* He became CM after legitimate elections, gave subsidy of 300 Cr to power companies, announced schemes but didn't make a budget to keep them going, left everything midway and resigned. Left Delhi midway for Varanasi, Rejected from Varanasi and now coming back to people of delhi again. What a character !

These are my personal thoughts and i am not responsible if someone gets hurt after reading it. :)

He maintains a low profile because in the elections he is not having that image that he had in the previous elections. Yes, he had worked hard, but he cannot be a leader of the entire nation. He even tried to get out of Delhi from time to time and tried his luck. Apart from Punjab, it could not have any success. So he remained stuck alone in Delhi and yes, he is playing well with the governor as he faces opposition from his office just because no one else has the power to interfere with his work. Yes, he had won the case in SC and is dating and meeting ordinary people along the way.

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He is maintaining a low profile because in the election he is not having that image which he was having in the previous election. Yes, he had done a lot of work, but he can’t be a leader of all the nation. Even the time to time tried to go out from Delhi and tried his luck. Apart from Punjab, he couldn’t make any success. So he remained stuck to Delhi only and yes, he is playing well with the governor as he is facing opposition from his office only as nobody else has the power to interfere in his work. Yes, he had won the case in the SC and he is going out and meeting common people on the road. Nowadays there are a prime-time media, who only discuss Hindu Muslim and BJP Congress. They have only one agenda to show who is criticizing whom.

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