Arvind Kejriwal, india’s Most Visible Face in Recent Times & Social Activist who defied the system & advocated for empowering the Aam Admi against the tyranny & corrupt Leaders of the Country set to fire at ILC 2013
Saturday,1st June,Mumbai, Maharashtra,India.The Ramon Magsaysay awardee for Emergent Leadership & Anti Corruption crusader turned Politician Arvind Kejriwal, considered to be India’s most fearless leader who spearheaded the India Against Corruption Movement together with Mentor Anna Hazare & galvanized the spark of becoming the master of the servants who are ruling the country will be addressing the historic Keynote Address titled “Swaraj : Redefining Indian Political History, Reforms & Roadmap for Democratic Revolution” at Asia’s biggest & much awaited Leadership Conclave hosting its 4th Annual Edition under the Theme “New India, Agenda for Change” at 4th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business L:eadereship Awards 2013 ( www.indialeadershipconclave.net/2013 ) in Mumbai on 21st June at the Grand Ball Room of Hotel Leela, Mumbai, Sahar, Mumbai. Organized by Asia’s biggest Media Title known for independent & unbiased reporting Indian Affairs in association with several Industry organizations. More than 300 iconic Leaders of India & abroad have earmarked the date to attend the leadership Conclave.
Announcing the name of Arvind Kejriwal as a Keynote Speaker, Satya Brahma, Chairman & Editor-In-Chief of Indian Affairs ( www.indianaffairs.tv ) said, “At a time when Indian systems, structures are falling & Indian history is experiencing a new India with the country’s 1.25 Billion masses are frustrated & disappointed with the present establishment & corrupt politicians & power-brokers, Arvind Kejriwal’s Keynote Address will assume greater significance in view of his no-nonsense approach & awakening the masses to free india from the hands of scamstars & corrupt leaders. Known for sparing no one in the country who are under scanner for the misdeeds & chalta hai culture is expected to make sweeping comments, perhaps bigger salvo against the establishment, corrupt administration & the vision of Swaraj. This will be Kejriwal’s first address to the nation on what Kejriwal feel about the system in the context of Swaraj”.
Arvind Kejriwal chose to launch his as yet unnamed political party on 2 October, the 143rd birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. He told supporters they would fight against the culture of “bribe-taking” and pledged to contest the next general elections due in 2014. Explaining the need for a new party, he said the country was “being sold and all parties are guilty. We need to clean up the system”. A former civil servant, Arvind Kejriwal was awarded the Ramon Magsaysay award for Emergent Leadership, widely described as Asia’s Nobel prize, for social work and initiatives to fight corruption in 2006.Two years ago, he set up a group called India Against Corruption aimed at putting pressure on the government to bring about tough anti-corruption laws.Arvind Kejriwal was activist Anna Hazare’s close aide during their anti-corruption protest last year. Arvind Kejriwal, 44, came to the limelight last year as the backroom organiser of the anti-corruption campaign led by AnnaHazare.While Arvind Hazare, 73, was its recognised public face, Arvind Kejriwal was a member of “Team Anna”, which worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make the agitation a success.As Arvind Hazare went on hunger strike in April 2011 to demand stringent anti-corruption laws, in particular a law to create an ombudsman to deal with allegations of corruption, Arvind Kejriwal was by his side, making speeches, briefing reporters and formulating strategy. In August of last year, when Anna Hazare brought the government to its knees with his 12-day fast, Arvind Kejriwal emerged as his top aide, rallying huge crowds, advising the veteran campaigner and participating in negotiations with the government. Born in 1968 in the town of Hisar in the northern state of Haryana to middle-class parents, Arvind Kejriwal graduated from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Kharagpur with a degree in mechanical engineering.After a brief stint working with the private sector Tata group, he joined the Indian civil services in 1992 as a revenue officer.He took voluntary retirement from his job in 2006 and set up an NGO – Public Cause Research Foundation – to work full time to promote transparency in government and to create awareness about the Right to Information movement.In a draft vision document, released at the launch of the political party, Arvind Kejriwal spoke of devolution of power to people, fighting corruption, containing inflation, right to reject, right to recall and ensuring fair prices for farm products as objectives of the party.devolution of power to people, fighting corruption, containing inflation, right to reject, right to recall and ensuring fair prices for farm products as objectives of the party.
While there are galaxy of leaders lined up to speak at the 4th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2013, India is watching closely on the proceedings of the Conclave which is expected to throw the mantra of Leadership post a bitter experience of reality & truth in the country. More than top 60 Leaders of the country in various sections of the society will be addressing the high profile Leadership Conclave in 2013.