That sets the clock back by several decades.
"I must frankly confess that I am a socialist and a republican and am no believer in kings or princes, or in the order which produces the modern kings of industry, who have greater power over the lives and fortunes of men than even the kings of old, and whose methods are as predatory as those of the old feudal aristocracy," Jawaharlal Nehru had said in 1929 (at the Lahore session of Congress).
Arvind Kejriwal says in 2012 (in his vision document): "We must not allow the logic of capital, market mechanism and profit motivation to be the sole drivers of our economy."
Sounds eerily similar to me.
What Kejriwal seems to ignore is that it was Nehru's vision of Fabian socialism and controlled markets that gave birth to the unholy alliance between businessmen and politicians, something he is trying hard to unravel these days.
Image: Nehru with Otto Grotewohl, the then Prime Minister of East Germany, in 1959.