With my days as an intern at Wildcraft coming to an end, there was very little for me to do in the office today. I restricted myself to drafting my final report, and typing out whatever remnants of the same, that I had in mind. As usual, the atmosphere in the tiny office room was raucous, and the candor was stupid. But it revolved around a completely new subject matter today, The Mufflerman had returned to Delhi.
The political tides have turned in the national capital, with the election results being declared. Kejriwal is all set to return as the Chief Minister in the politically charged city-state of New Delhi. Corporates are quite fearful of his return, citing regulatory reversals and major reforms in power tariffs. Companies like DLF, the housing development major had tanked in the stock markets yesterday fearing litigation for a few dodgy deals that they had been a part of, something that made headlines in Kejriwal's repeated political rhetoric.
Some describe him as a quasi socialist, and some are at a complete loss of judgement. Both are quite dangerous, if you ask me. Here's hoping for the best. Well, it's Delhi, at the end of the day. People's emotions dry out quite quickly. It all depends on governance at the end of the day.