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Arvind Kejriwal apologized e-rickshaw owners for quitting the CM’s post in just 49 days

By on June 23, 2014

Aam Aadmi Party national convener Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday addressed a rally organized by the National capital E-Rickshaw Association in the Adarsh Nagar Metro Station and apologized e-rickshaw owners for quitting the CM’s post in just 49 days. He further told rickshaw owners that we quit on the basis of morality and principles, and give Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) one more chance. He also urged them to get ready for campaign ahead of fresh Assembly elections in Delhi.

Kejriwal said “Due to power issue, the people of Delhi is unhappy with the central government. BJP is unable to solve the power issue because the party has a nexus with power discoms. The AAP government had reduced the electricity tariff by half by providing subsidy. If there is BJP wave in the country, why BJP is not pushing for fresh Assembly elections. I challenge them to fight the elections again. We are sure we will come to power with a majority this time.”

Arvind Kejriwal also challenged BJP to break the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) by offering money and ministerial posts to its MLAs. “Our MLAs are committed to the party. They will not break away from the party,” he said.

Senior Delhi BJP leader Ramesh Bidhuri said on Sunday that BJP is ready for fresh elections to get a clear mandate from the voters of Delhi.”BJP is ready for assembly election in Delhi and I am confident that this time we will come to power with a thumping majority as we were ahead in 60 Assembly segments in the Lok Sabha polls,” Ramesh Bidhuri, told the Press Trust of India.

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