Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, talking in Gujarat as we speak, stated the BJP is “trying to make Sonia Gandhi the Prime Minister after Narendra Modi”. The weird remark was his retort to the BJP’s declare that activist Medha Patkar is the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)’s chief ministerial candidate.
The BJP, he stated, is about to lose the Gujarat election and the Congress is “finished”.
A reporter requested him concerning the ruling BJP saying that AAP is making an attempt to “give a backdoor entry to Medha Patkar in Gujarat politics”.
Mr Kejriwal retorted: “I have heard that the BJP is making Sonia Gandhi its PM candidate after (Narendra) Modi ji. Dare to ask them my question. I understand that you will be afraid (of asking it). At the next press conference, tell them Kejriwal says you’re making Sonia Gandhi Modi ji’s successor and PM candidate and giving her a backdoor entry. What do you have to say?”
His viewers erupted in laughter.
Medha Patkar, who contested the 2014 Lok Sabha election as an AAP candidate, has been accused by the BJP of harming the pursuits of Gujarati folks by opposing the Narmada dam undertaking.
Mr Kejriwal stated the BJP is intentionally making an attempt to divert focus from its failures.
“BJP is getting defeated. They’ll raise the name of Medha Patkar or someone else. Tell them the public wants to know what they did in the last 27 years and what they plan to do in the next five years,” stated the AAP chief.
“I would like to ask the BJP why they object when I say I want to provide free electricity to people in Gujarat,” Mr Kejriwal stated.
AAP will contest all 182 Assembly seats in Gujarat, which votes early subsequent yr for a brand new authorities.
Mr Kejriwal was additionally requested a few Congress chief alleging that the AAP authorities of Punjab is spending crores in advertisements for Gujarat although it’s on the point of chapter and has no cash even for salaries.
“Who asked this question,” Mr Kejriwal requested the reporter. When he was instructed it was a Congress chief’s allegation, he shot again: “The Congress is finished. Stop taking their questions. People are clear about this. Nobody cares about their questions.”
Before leaving for Delhi, Mr Kejriwal despatched out a pointy message to the Gujarat police.
“I supported you on your grade pay and all other issues. We will definitely implement it after our government is formed. We are with you. There are only two months left. If BJP people tell you to do any wrong thing, then refuse, do not fear. BJP is going, AAP is coming,” Mr Kejriwal warned.