BJP won three states, but winning Delhi is difficult: Arvind Kejriwal
Within a day after the BJP announced that Kiran Bedi will contest Delhi election from Krishna Nagar seat, Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday held a rally in the same constituency, appealing voters to make the party win with huge margin.
New Delhi: Within a day after the BJP announced that Kiran Bedi will contest Delhi election from Krishna Nagar seat, Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday held a rally in the same constituency, appealing voters to make the party win with huge margin.
Addressing the masses in Krishna Nagar, Kejriwal said that the large number of people present in the rally will let the BJP realise that the AAP is winning this time with a huge margin from here.
“BJP Maharashtra, Haryana, Jharkhand mein jeeti par Delhi mei aakar BJP waalo ki saans atak gai hain (BJP has won in three states, but it's difficult for them to win Delhi,” he was quoted as saying by ANI.
He further said, “I thought PM would speak about Delhi's development in his rally here but he only abused me. Had the BJP announced before elections that there will be no development, but conversion and bigotry, nobody would have given them votes.”
Taking jibe at internal dissent in the BJP over ticket distribution, the former Delhi CM said that on one hand the AAP is a ray of hope and on the other hand news is circulating that workers outside BJP office are fighting over ticket distribution.
Assuring people about cut in power tariff, Kejriwal said that tariffs can be cut down, provided intention is right.
“I want to tell one thing to BJP cadre that even the budget of their home is disturbed,” he said.
Defending his 'bribe remark' wherein he had asked voters to accept bribe from the BJP as well as Congress, but to vote for AAP, Kejriwal said, “They have a problem with me asking voters to vote for AAP. Had I said that take money from them and vote for them, they would have been very happy.”