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AAP will form government in Delhi only if Barack Obama personally requests us to, says Arvind Kejriwal

22, Dec 2013 By Anil Sharma

New Delhi: The political deadlock continued over formation of a government in the national capital even almost two weeks after announcement of outcome of the election that returned a hung verdict as AAP’s leader Arvind Kejriwal is still not convinced enough to form government in Delhi.

Phas gaye Obama.
Phas gaye Obama.

Earlier Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party asked the people of Delhi to decide whether they should form a minority government with the support of the Congress or the BJP. They wrote almost 25 lakh letters to people asking their opinion, yes, that’s still less than the number of Gods we have. They also asked people to SMS ‘Yay’ or ‘Nay’.

“We’ve received a lot of SMS and almost 70% of them are positive while 20% people think the other way,” AAP’s senior leader Yogendra Yadav revealed the stats.

“The rest 10% are not interested at all as their reply to our invitation SMS was ‘bhencho aur koi kaam nahi hai kya’,” Yogendra added.

When one of the reporters asked “If AAP doesn’t want to form the government, can’t they support Congress or BJP and let them rule? At least Delhi people will have someone to look at?” Yogendra politely said, “No, are you mad or what? Giving power to Congress is like giving whiskey and car keys to your 17-year-old son. We can’t risk it.”

He also mentioned “How can we let Congress or BJP rule when the people of Delhi, the people of India..blah blah blah.”

AAP’s supremo Arvind Kejriwal, on the other hand, is still not convinced enough to form government even after the majority of Delhi people have expressed that they want AAP to rule.

Arvind Kejriwal said, “First we wrote to Congress about our 18 conditions and they sent us a positive feedback, then we wrote to the people of Delhi and they too sent us a positive feedback. But we know that we’d need America’s support as well to fulfill all the promises we made to Delhi’s people before the elections. So, now we want Barack Obama to come to Delhi and we’ll form the government only if he personally requests us to.”

When asked how is this even possible Arvind said, “Why not? It’s easy, we’ll ask him can we form  government and all he will have to say is Yes You Can. And we will definitely form government in Delhi.”

“Or if he doesn’t have the time to come over he can RT my tweet. That’s okay for me.” AAP’s spokesperson Dr. Kumar Vishwas said suggesting a simpler way.

“Right now Obama jee is not replying to our DMs, maybe he is busy discussing the Devyani issue with Salman Khurshid. LOL,” Dr. Vishwas further added.

Meanwhile BJP leader Vijay Jolly thinks that AAP is just making excuses as they know they cannot achieve what they promised in their manifesto.

“Today, they’re asking for Barack Obama to request them. Maybe tomorrow they’ll say that AAP will only form government if Pope Francis comes over and agrees to kiss Arvind Kejriwal’s hand,” Vijay Jolly said.