Arvind Kejriwal plays the classic government con. Break your leg, then sell you a crutch. He first creates the problem — choking supply with the odd-even number rule that keeps half the cars in Delhi off the roads. Then he postures as a saviour — banning surge pricing of Uber and Ola (which actually helps make more vehicles available). By impounding over a hundred cabs, he is exacerbating the problem further and gloating in advertisements as if it were a victory. The Chief M
Some musings about what I love, and mostly, what I hate.