New Delhi: Taking a dig at Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal's promise to not take up an government bungalow while chief minister of Delhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party released an advertisement on Sunday with a message that 'warns' Delhiites against the AAP leader's style of functioning.
The advertisement is the next in line of campaign war that has been raging on between the AAP and the BJP.
The first advertisement for the BJP carried a caricature in which Anna Hazare's cartoon had been shown with a garland, prompting the AAP to ask whether the saffron party had "killed" the veteran anti-corruption crusader.
In another instance, BJP chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi had sent a legal notice to Kejriwal for allegedly "misusing" her photograph in the party's poster campaign without her permission. The poster in question had the word "Imandar" (honest) printed below Kejriwal's picture while that of Bedi had "avsarvadi" (opportunist) written under it.