Why not Arvind Kejriwal as the next PM candiditate?The biggest plus of the present PM of India, who is still popular in spite of so many blunders and total dictatorship, with the worst record of economic management since Independence, is the lack of a viable candidate from the Opposition to challenge him. This is simply a myth and there is at least one who can don the mantle, provided the entire Opposition, including the Congress, talk in the same voice about the giant mistakes of Mr. Modi and his ineffective team of Ministers.
One such leader is Arvind Kejriwal. In spite of all opposition, he has managed to govern New Delhi very well. He is just not corrupt. So, he can be on the same page as Modi. And he should rake up real issues like how the Raffle contract was given to a rogue industrialist like Anil Ambani, who had the worst record of swindling public money.
He should talk about rural distress. He should talk about the dangers of excessive capitalism, particularly of the crony kind of capitalism. He should talk about viable alternatives. For example, strengthening of the Public Distribution System should compulsorily happen, so that the very poor people can at least have their heads above water. We need at least three challengers.
Another person is Nitish Kumar, who has wasted all his strengths by aligning with the worst communal party of India. Let us now look at the better alternatives. This present regime should be thrown out of power in around four years from now.