Earlier this year, research firm VERITAS had questioned the Business Model and accounting practices of DLF severely. Readers can see a report on this at : http://www.goodreturns.in/news/2012/10/08/even-before-vadra-dlf-sweetheart-deals-dlf-suspect-145272.html
Arvind, Prashant and others in IAC must also understand that NO TWO PERSONS on earth can ever agree on anything 100 percent. There will be differences of opinions. But, if the Main Goals are same or similar, IAC must be willing to collaborate with such other leaders and people. There are many who are not only clean but are fighting against corruption and other evils in the country. Swami RamDev is one such. His contribution to people's health and values is immense. Anna Hazare is another. In Andhra Pradesh, the ex-IAS officer, Jaya prakash Narayan Of Lok Satta Party is yet another. No doubt, there will be certain differences in methods. They must not stand in the way of fighting for common Goals.
If this flexibility is lacking, one can say, IAC is doomed to FAIL. But, if this flexibility is inculcated, IAC and all the above mentioned warriors against corruption will together succeed - making India a truly Great and vibrant nation.
This Blog wishes IAC and all the above mentioned crusaders - all success in their efforts to create a corruption free India.