Kejriwal’s Odd Appeal to BJP Workers in Poll-bound Gujarat: ‘Take money from them but…’

Story Highlights
  • AAP Chief concluds Gujarat tour.
  • Kejriwal promised quality education, healthcare and free electricity.
  • As per survey, AAP is winning 7 out of 12 seats in Surat.

Gujarat: On the final day of his visit to poll-bound Gujarat, Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal appealed to the BJP workers to work for his party ‘from inside’ while not quitting the saffron party.

“We do not want BJP leaders. The BJP can keep its leaders. BJP’s ‘panna pramukhs’, workers in villages, booths and talukas are joining us in droves. I would like to ask them what the BJP gave them in return for their service in the party even after so many years,” the AAP national convener asked.

Kejriwal who is on Gujarat tour has promised good quality education, healthcare and free electricity. He flaked the BJP party claiming they never bothered about the welfare of its members.

“When we form a government, we will provide free electricity, and this will apply to your houses as well. We will provide you with free, 24-hour power, and build good schools for your children where they will get free education. We will ensure free and quality treatment for your family members and offer Rs 1,000 to women (as allowance) in your family,” he said.

At the press conference in Rajkot, he announced that he would be performing an ‘aarti’ this evening at the Ganesh pandal in Surat where Mr Sorathiya was attacked.

The people of Surat are very angry ever since the attack. We have done a survey in Surat and found that AAP is winning seven out of 12 seats. He accused the BJP of engineering a media blackout of the AAP in Gujarat.

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