Kejriwal appears to go to the Gandhian way through his sorry spree. He offered his apology to the Shrimoni Akali Dal leader Bikram Singh Majithia, the BJP leader & Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and the Congress leader Kapil Sibal in recent days. There are definitely several more names that he had to make an apology. He is looking to close all 33 defamation cases by making out-of-court settlements, the New Delhi Television reported.
He is in his naysayer, missionary stand, repenting and going round and round for the apologetic attitude. While his partymen like Bhagwant Mann and Aman Arora were left wondering what else he has planned for the party. Though it is a strategic move to shed the court cases, his trusted lieutenants were quitting the party posts in protest of his apology stunt.
He knows very well what he is meant by his special mafinama attitude. His tongue seeks out the warmth of admission of guilt and request for forgiveness from those annoyed leaders after his allegations. He approached three politicians who have shown the big-hearted gesture in apologising him. Their spirit of pardon is in tandem with letting the bygones be bygones.
He has grasped how hypersensitive and attentive at this moment. Unfortunately, he was always aware of the little nuances. He seems to take a humane gratification in comforting others by his changed mannerism. He has determined to apologise to all those hurt politicians.
Arvind Kejriwal asserted that he was here to serve the people; he did not have time to go to the courts for such insignificant issues. His party aimed to serve the people through various welfare programmes. He is begging for more and wanting this to be just the beginning. There is something vital about his deep decision that makes his adversaries calm and cool.