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  •   Party: Aam Aadmi Party
  •   Constituency: Gautam Budh Nagar
  •   State: UTTAR PRADESH
  •   Born: 2nd September ,1966
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    Ashish Gupta
    Apr 07,2014 06:58 am Share On Facebook Share on Twitter 0 Likes
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    K.P. Singh
    Feb 22,2015 01:50 am
    K.P. Singh
    Aaj ki Manish Sisodia hi Kim raily update.
    Aaj ki Manish Sisodia hi Kim raily update.

    Feb 15,2015 10:04 am
    K.P. Singh
    Feb 15,2015 07:59 am
    K.P. Singh
    Arvind kejriwal Ji ko cm aur Manish Sisodya Ji ko Dcm banane per hardik abhar.
    Arvind kejriwal Ji ko cm aur Manish Sisodya Ji ko Dcm banane per hardik abhar.
    Feb 15,2015 07:58 am
    K.P. Singh
    Spa Sec-94 animal ngo a nirakashan latte hu with city majistrate.
    Spa Sec-94 animal ngo a nirakashan latte hu with city majistrate.

    Feb 15,2015 07:50 am
    K.P. Singh
    Feb 15,2015 07:40 am
    K.P. Singh
    Feb 12,2015 07:18 am
    K.P. Singh
    Celebration at Sec.18 (Office Aap) at 3 p.m Celebration at Pari Chok Noida at 5...
    Celebration at Sec.18 (Office Aap) at 3 p.m
    Celebration at Pari Chok Noida at 5 p.m
    Feb 10,2015 01:20 am
    K.P. Singh
    Jan 18,2015 09:59 pm
    K.P. Singh
    AAP GB Nagar is performing well & getting huge response from public. KP Singh is...
    AAP GB Nagar is performing well & getting huge response from public. KP Singh is winning from this seat, thanks to huge support from Arvind Kejriwal ji and Manish Sisodia ji.

    We need your support now. Today 7th Apr, please reach C1, Sect-52 (home & office of GB Nagar candidate) with your & your teams Voter ID & 1 photograph for booth volunteer.

    Time: 10 am to 6 pm
    Apr 07,2014 12:16 am
    K.P. Singh
    "Yaar, we all know Mukesh and Gautam (Adani) will make lots more money when Modi...
    "Yaar, we all know Mukesh and Gautam (Adani) will make lots more money when Modi comes to power. But we'll also make some money na. So why are you opposing him, man?"

    I was pinged this yesterday by a very-well-known, very-well-to-do entrepreneur pal of mine.

    Why indeed?

    Why not make hay when the sun's gonna shine?

    I'm a true-blue capitalist, and by all accounts I should be supporting Modi - instead of the socialist-sop-wielding Congress or the not-sure-if-they're-Communist-or-not AAP. Right?

    But here's what I figured. The Congress is like the Chinese or North Korean government - socialist in name only and corrupt billionaires to the core themselves.

    While the BJP is like the earlier Mexican government - basically run to the whims and fancies of billionaire cement-to-telecom owner Carlos Slim. It was proud for some Mexicans to see Carlos Slim become the richest man in the world - but the price of that was higher costs for every citizen in the country for basic necessities and a near-collapse of the country. And a second, more dangerous price paid was the decay of every government institution into a cesspool of corruption.

    Sure Modi will be more business-friendly - if the rampaging stock market is to be believed. Antilla will grow even taller.

    As Modi lovers say "Modi will bring progress." All I'll add is " Ambani and Adani, not to you and me".

    Modi will bring with him an era of big business deciding on government policy - and examples are already abound, with the Modi government recommending a price of $14 per million BTUs of gas to be paid out of our pockets to Reliance instead of their earlier committed $2.34 per mBTU - and in the other billionaire Adani getting land and government infrastructure at throw away prices in BJP-led Rajasthan. As it turns out, the Gujarat State Minister for Petroleum, who is responsible for this act of wonderful generosity is, believe it or not, Ambani's son-in-law! Who thought only the Congress would resort to theft by the damaad?

    BJP's difference with the Congress will basically be that instead of the government stealing from us and keeping it all only for themselves, this time they'll steal from us, and give it to the Ambanis and Adanis, apart from keeping a lot for themselves - after all, the BJP still has stalwart-thieves like Yeddyurappa, Sriramulu and Solanki at their core.

    What does this do to our future? Every institution in the country gets even more rotten. In a time where I want my kids to grow up in a country where they have an equality of opportunity, I wonder if they'll be arrested for crashing a car while the Akash Ambanis get off scot-free by gifting Audis to all accident victims and making some poor driver take the fall in court instead.

    I'd like our government institutions to mean something. My dad served in the Armed Forces for 30 years - and today it's a place where you can't get to be chief unless you approve the purchase of expensive weaponry that the ruling politicians get a kickback on.

    I'd like the government to be a place where good people join and work. Not people who want a sure-fire way to make money. Once upon a time, it was a matter of pride to be in the IAS. Today, mention you're in government service and the other person eyes you as if to think "Kitna khaata hoga".

    Today, how many of you really want your kids to work in government or policy? I'm sure even the Modi-fans among you will say "Nahin yaar - gandi jagah hai". Well, folks, your support to Modi and his bunch of corrupt capitalist backers will make the jagah stay ganda for longer.

    There's no point having a Telecom regulator, when Mukesh Ambani and Ratan Tata use Niira Radia to fix who the next telecom minister is going to be. (And to all who believe Ratan Tata is against corruption, perish the thought. Maybe his forefathers were. Go back and read how the Tatas bent over for A Raja, and vice versa, in the Radia Tapes episode and you'll lose any cherished notions of the continuing ethics of the Tata group. Anyway, back to the matter at hand.)

    There's no point in having a contract with the government, when a private company like Reliance can get ministers like Jaipal Reddy, Mani Shankar Aiyar and others changed at will to help them break the contracts and rip us off more.

    This short-term thinking - "let's get a corrupt government that is big-business friendly for a change" - is what will keep India a rotting carcass for even longer. And this short term move will delay our true economic and business freedom by another five years. It's not a temporary measure - "we should get a honest government after 5 years because AAP is not ready" as some say.

    These 5 years are what we are poised to grow in, after the Congress and NCP ripped us off us for the last 10 years. And if the BJP coalition win 272 seats, these 5 years will not be very different from the Congress, with more big sops to the Ambanis and Adanis - not to mention all the coalition partners who will have to be given "plum" ministries to plunder as a price for their support. We will have even more A Rajas getting even more kickbacks.

    Believe me, all that stock market boom you're seeing now will dissipate in six months when people, the market and foreign institutions see that it's not a new government - but the same government with different faces. As a Congress (I) friend of mine says - "hum ne bahut khaa liya. Ab paanch saal hajam karenge, inko ab khaane do. Phir vaapis aa jaayenge."

    This is not the change we must be voting for.

    Sure, I'm told, all this is fine, Arvind Kejriwal is a good guy but he really can't form a government, can he?

    Many people in Delhi thought so- so he landed up with only 28 seats. But once people saw he could come to power, and make a difference, many more were ready to vote for him and his party. I understood they would have won 50 out of 70 seats if people knew others were also voting for them. Media didn't help them - they almost never covered the AAP, till after the win. Media's doing the same now.

    That's all it takes - your vote. Don't worry about who you think others are voting for. Don't worry about what you read in the papers or watch on TV. Forget the opinion polls, exit polls, whatever. Vote your heart and vote your conscience. Vote for the folks who can give you the country you want to live in, and your kids to grow up in. Your vote, every vote, every seat will make a difference.

    Sure, not every candidate these AAP guys put up is perfect. But at least they throw out candidates if a rotten one turns up - unlike other parties who promote the crooks. There's a process here to ensure integrity - while there's nothing as such in the Congress and BJP. And, come on guys, they're a year old and they have no money. They're not built out of billions like the Congress and the BJP. Be a little patient. It's a scrappy startup taking on the evil empires. Luke Skywalker against Darth Vader. Give it a chance.

    Then I'm told you want a government with experience? Really? What has decades of experience of BJP and Congress brought us? Which politician has governance experience really? The government is run by babus. And what you need is someone to straighten them up. Not corrupt them even more, like the Ambanis and Adanis and politicians in their pocket do so well.

    We don't need Ph D's and grey beards to govern - a base of honesty, integrity and transparency is a far better place to start than 30 or 50 years of thievery and injustice. It's always better to vote for a honest novice than for an experienced thief.

    But, you say, "aren't these AAP guys are communist / socialist / Trotskyist or whatever?" Actually, I don't think so. They're a party where the ideology is still forming and where the fundamental base is honesty and integrity. But they at least have a manifesto out. The BJP doesn't yet, by the way.

    And as far as being more democratic versus being more Republican, like Modi, I don't mind paying more taxes - if those taxes actually go to build better roads, schools and hospitals that my children and their children can use - and not into Ambani's, Adani's, Pawar's, Sonia's or Praful's pockets, or pockets of the top 0.1%.

    From what I've seen, the AAP folks reflect the will of their members and voters. I personally think their resistance to FDI in retail is stupid - and I've told them so, whenever I've met one of their functionaries. And their response is refreshing" "Sir, come and talk with us, explain why you think so, and we're happy to change our minds if we believe you're right". Now I haven't heard any other party say anything like this. Their answers are usually "Kitne paise doge?"

    So can these guys get 272 seats to form a government? Perhaps, perhaps not. But I don't think anyone else will, either. And if we are going to be faced with a hung and horse-trading parliament, it's good to have as many new, honest folks in there as possible instead of experienced horse-traders. Give honesty and integrity a vote for a change instead. Every vote counts, every seat counts.

    And if it's a hung parliament, it's fine. It's ok. We'll have mid-term polls and more of the honest will get voted in. And if that doesn't do it fully, we'll have another mid-term poll. I have no problem with more mid-term polls. It's painful, but not that huge a price to pay, compared to the benefit of flushing out the rogues.
    We'll need one or more re-boots of parliament to get these corrupt Congress BJP, Ambani and Adani viruses out of our system - and the sooner the reboots the better.

    And if a hung parliament will cause the reboot, so be it. Let's vote for a hung parliament. Let's deny the 272 and the rule of Ambani.

    Oh, as some of you have wondered, why isn't more information coming out about Modi and Congress and Reliance in media?

    It's simple - a Congress person owns HT and Mint.

    While Ambani owns CNN IBN, CNBC Awaaz, Lokmat, Eenadu, all ETV channels, First Post, First Biz, Forbes India, NDTV, all NDTV channels and 9X.
    That's why. These are the only places you'll see a Modi wave, and not on the ground.

    Neither of these folks own Facebook or Twitter or Google Plus yet. (Where, by the way, the AAP leads the others by far in engagement, despite the bigger bucks the old guard is throwing around. And despite the BJP guys coming and spitting venom in my comments as they've done every time. You're welcome again, folks! )

    So if you believe this post might be a point of view to get across to others, then you could help.

    I did put this up earlier, and it went a certain distance. This time I'm paying Facebook a little bit of cash to push it out further. But you could help defray some of those costs, by sharing it with your friends. Sharing is free.

    Oh, and if you're not on Facebook, please feel free to copy, paste, email, tweet, Google Plus, Linked In, blog, or publish or share with anybody in any way or form at will.
    Thank you!

    Mahesh M
    Apr 06,2014 02:36 pm
    K.P. Singh
    लोग अक्सर पूछते हैं, ’
    लोग अक्सर पूछते हैं, यार अरविन्द आदमी तो अच्छा है, लेकिन वो कुच्छ भी करले पर सरकार नहीं बना सकता। फ़िर उसे वोट देने का मतलब तो वोट खराब करना ही हुआ?? यह दुविधा बहुत से अच्छे लोगों के मन में भी है।
    मैं तो यही कहूँगा, अगर आप को लगता है अरविन्द ईमानदार है, अगर आप को विश्वाश है वो अपने स्वार्थ के लिए नहीं, देश के लिए लड़ रहा है! अगर आप को सच में लगता है जन लोकपाल के लिए जिन लाखों लोगों ने सड़क पर उतर कर संघर्ष किया वो मूर्ख नहीं थे तो बेझिजक AAP को वोट कीजिए। अगर आप को 100% यकीन भी हो कि वो हार जाएगा तो भी वोट दीजिए। और तो और अगर आप को लगे के इस देश में सिर्फ़ आप की एक वोट ही अरविन्द को पड़ने वाली है, तो भी वोट दीजिए। क्यूँ??
    यह बताने के लिए वोट दें, भ्रष्ट तंत्र के खिलाफ इस युद्ध में अरविन्द अकेला नहीं है, हम भी उसके साथ हैं। उस अकेले योद्धा को यह विश्वास दिलाने के लिए वोट दो के उसके द्वारा किए गए पर्यास असफ़ल नहीं हो रहे, हम उसको समझ रहे हैं,देश जाग रहा है। भरष्ट तंत्र को यह बताने के लिए वोट दो, कि अब एक अरविन्द को मारने से तुम्हारा रास्ता साफ़ नहीं होने वाला,, तुम एक अरविन्द को मारोगे तो करोड़ों अरविन्द आएँगे तुमसे टक्कर लेने। हार जीत को भूल कर अपना कर्म करो, बाकी सब नीयती पर छोड़ दो, तुम अपना कर्तव्य करो यही तो सिखाया था भग्वान ने गीता में, उसी को याद करके वोट दो। वोट इस लिए दो क्यूँकी अगर आज सच हार गया और यह आन्दोलन दब गया तो, फ़िर कोई दूसरा अरविन्द नहीं आएगा अपना सब कुच्छ दाव पर लगाकर तुम्हारे लिए लड़ने। यह भ्रष्ट सत्ता कभी दूसरा आन्दोलन खड़ा ही नहीं होने देंगी। लोगों का सत्य से विश्वाश उठ जाएगा। इस लिए हवाओं में यह सन्देश फैलाने के लिए वोट दो के सत्य के रक्षक अभी मरे नहीं हैं।
    मानता हूँ के आप के एक वोट से वो PM नहीं बन जाएगा, लेकिन आप का वोट सत्य के लिए लड़ने वालों को साहस तो जरूर देगा। वरना यह भरष्ट सत्ता उनको मूर्ख साबित कर देगी, दिन में सपने देखने वाले लोग साबित कर देगी। नतीजा यह होगा सपने ही मर जाएँगे। और पाश कहता है:
    "सबसे खतरनाक होता है, सपनो का मर जाना "
    इस सपने को बचाने के लिए वोट दें। धन्यवाद।।
    (क्रप्या इसको इतना शेयर करें के हर व्यक्ति जो दुविधा में है इसे पढ़ सके, देश के लिए इतना तो आप कर ही सकते हैं।)

    - Dinesh
    Apr 06,2014 12:30 pm
    K.P. Singh
    Pledge to vote. Watch this video and I hope this will inspire all of us to come...
    Pledge to vote.

    Watch this video and I hope this will inspire all of us to come out on 10th and vote for our candidates. 10th is not a holiday my friends. Its a day when we need to work even more. Go all out and talk to everyone who u think is yet to vote.

    Vande Mataram

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    Apr 03,2014 07:44 am
    K.P. Singh
    No one can beat a person who refuses to lose. and our guide, our mentor, our h...
    No one can beat a person who refuses to lose.

    and our guide, our mentor, our hero Arvind Kejriwal has refused to lose.

    Vande Mataram

    K P Singh Raghav

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    I will defeat Narendra Modi, never join BJP says Arvind Kejriwal - AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal Wednesday vowed to defeat BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in Varanasi and denied speculation that he might join the BJP. Addressing impromptu meetings in east Delhi in support of AAP candida...
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