Best of luck Kejriwal!

Best of luck Kejriwal!
Updated 26 December 2013

Best of luck Kejriwal!

Best of luck Kejriwal!

It is heartening to note the changing dynamics of the Indian politics. With the emergence of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), hopes of many have been rekindled.
Although it would be too early to predict anything about Kejriwal and company but it appears that these unassuming people are here to make a change. The AAP is trying to do away with the VIP culture that has plagued most of the South Asian countries. If they succeed in their efforts, it will be an example for others to follow.
Being a Pakistani, I hope that Kejriwal and his party if given a chance will try to change the hawkish stance of India toward Pakistan and work for the betterment of the millions living in the region.
Like many political parties in Pakistan, Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) try to stoke political tensions with Pakistan to gain sympathy from the voters.
We, Indians and Pakistanis, must make it clear to our politicians that we want peace and friendship.
We do not want war, we want peace and more interaction between the people of the two countries. Our politicians, time and again, resurrect the ghosts of the past just to further their political agendas.
They are power hungry people who have nothing to do with the interests of their countrymen. They gain power, fill their pockets and leave. I hope the AAP soon becomes a force to reckon with.
I also pray that a similar party representing the common Pakistanis emerge and start working for the welfare of its countrymen.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) had emerged as a ray of hope. But its selection of office-bearers has disappointed many. I respect Imran Khan but the leaders with him cannot be trusted. They are professional turncoats. — Naeem Hussain, Dammam