Gujarat Assembly polls: ‘BJP cadres in Gujarat secretly support AAP’, claims Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi, claimed on Sunday that many leaders and workers of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Gujarat secretly support his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and want their party to lose in the upcoming parliamentary elections. The BJP took aim at the posters that appeared in several cities in Gujarat on Saturday, calling him “anti-Hindu”. “Many BJP leaders and workers meet me and secretly ask me to do something to defeat the ruling party. I would like to tell all BJP workers and leaders who want to defeat their party to work secretly for AAP.” he said at a meeting. in the tribal-dominated Valsad district of Gujarat, where parliamentary elections are set to take place in the coming months.

“We need to break 27 years of their (BJPs) arrogance. I know you have your companies, if you join us they will hurt your company. You stay there, but work in secret to defeat it. don’t be afraid, you can leave your party and join AAP. Forget your party,” Kejriwal said. He has called on voters to support AAP in the upcoming elections to “exterminate the demons”.

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Everyone should work together to create a new Gujarat. Don’t care about the party; work for Gujarat and the country, he said, claiming the AAP will usher in a new era “new storm, new politics, a new party, new faces, new ideas and a new dawn”.

The national capital’s CM also criticized BJP workers, quoting: “They go around whispering that ‘Although Kejriwal is good, he won’t win this time in Gujarat, but next time. If anyone tells you that, then know that he’s out of the BJP. Don’t tell him that next time, but (Kejriwal will win this time).”

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At the rallying point that called him “anti-Hindu”, he claimed: “Those who insult god are called ‘rakshas’ (demons). Those who insult gods are called ‘Kans ki aulaad’ (descendants of Kans). What would demons do? in the past? They would enter every village, indulge in hooliganism, tease and rape women.”

(With input from agencies)

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