Activist-turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal and India's richest person Mukesh Ambani have always stood for different things
Laxman Sahni, B.Tech, M.S. is a technocrat turned writer with interests in political, historical and archaeological affairs. <br> <br> Laxman is committed to ensure that young and rural people have right to education and right to life. He's engaged with NGOs to uplift life of slum children. <br> <br> Laxman writes for online news and opinion sites about religious fundamentalism, the role of youth in society, technological advancement, and the intersection of these three. His articles have been featured at MeriNews, The Political Funda and can be found at laxmansahni.com. He is a political guru by morning and tech guru by day.
Activist-turned-politician Arvind Kejriwal and India's richest person Mukesh Ambani have always stood for different things. At the time of the Anna Hazare movement in 2011, I remember watching Kejriwal speak at Ram Leela Maidan, where he excoriated the then Congress government and corporate bigwigs for their allegedly corrupt practices. One name that figured prominently in his diatribe was that of Mukesh Ambani. Now, however, Kejriwal seems to be changing his tune.
13/01/2016 8:28 AM IST
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