"... I am a food writer and my work brings me in contact with the top honchos of the restaurant industry. It is the most licensed sector of our economy (you need 14-16 licences, to be renewed annually, to open one restaurant in Delhi) and therefore bribes keep it lubricated (in restaurant accounts, bribes are generally put under the head of "flower decorations!"). Now, when the chief of the National Restaurant Association of India, Riyaaz Amlani, informed me how Team Kejriwal had made the system transparent and made the licensing process, especially for big-ticket events, as seamless as possible by making it online, I knew we had a Chief Minister who was quietly making a difference, even as his critics kept snapping at his heals and he had to contend with a Lieutenant Governor hell-bent on not allowing him to function. Riyaaz Amlani is not a political animal; he's a young entrepreneur who's delighted that there's one city in the country where you can open a restaurant without spending all your time in government offices. ..."
"... Kejriwal has re-defined the meaning of people in our public discourse. Finally, People Like Them are getting precedence over People Like Us. "
Find this at http://www.dailyo.in/politics/arvind-kejriwal-trolls-odd-even-pollution-ad-aap-delhi/story/1/8364.html .