National Chronicle

Kejriwals last blow to the BJP

AAP leaders locked out of their own office

With speechmaking coming to an end, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal made his final move by slamming the BJP govt on not having any worthy candidate for the post of Chief Minister. Mocking at the Govt, kejriwal said, “People want to know who will be the Bharatiya Janata Party’s chief ministerial candidate. What if it chooses Sambit Patra or Anurag Thakur for the post?”

In course of the last one month, Delhi has witnessed a political armegeddon, wherein political leaders from A to Z have thoroughly  exerted themselves in criticizing their opposition. Issues like Shaheen bagh, Free schemes and unauthorised colonies are to play decisive roles this election.

Anurag Thakur, infamous for his brusque attitude, was twice banned from campaigning, owing to hate speech and slogans he delivered against the Shaheen Bagh protesters, and also against Arvind Kejriwal.

Kejriwal, whose party garnered 67 of 70 seats in the last elections, said he will dedicate all his efforts to reduce pollution, redesign roads, provide clean water 24×7 and improve intra-transport system.

Accusing the BJP of seeking to polarise  the elections, he further added that Union Home Minister, Amit Shah, deliberately hasn’t cleared the Shaheen Bagh road, despite the perceptible inconvenience it has caused. He also phrased the Govts intent as something to do with ‘Dirty Politics’.

The AAP’s vote bank, he said, are all those people who want good education for their children, good medical treatment, roads in front of their houses and 24-hour electricity.

As Delhi goes to mark its ballet paper on 8th February, the people of Delhi will have to sit tight, for just a little longer.

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