New Delhi: Appearing confident of a win in the Delhi assembly elections, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday that time has come to work for the nation.
Kejriwal thanked AAP workers for relentlessly campaigning across Delhi and asked them to work harder in the next 48 hours before voting on February 7.
“Now we have to work for the nation, God is with us. Citizens of Delhi will win,” he said.
Meanwhile, a war of words continued between the AAP and the BJP. Senior AAP leader Ashutosh alleged that the BJP is paying money to influence voters.
WE have the information that BJP candidates are distributing huge money to buy voters. They are also collecting VOTER IDs of poor.
— ashutosh (@ashutosh83B) February 5, 2015
His party colleague and AAP spokesperson Atishi Marlena said, “The BJP is jittery, all opinion polls are showing that Aam Aadmi party is surging ahead that will we see this last minute mud slinging.” She was referring to the allegations of money laundering launched against AAP.