BJP Vs AAP: Prime Minister Modi and Arvind Kejriwal
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Assembly elections are going to be held in Gujarat next month. In such a situation, all the political parties are putting their full emphasis. Whether it is the BJP or the Aam Aadmi Party, both are engaged in winning over the voters. The situation is that PM Modi himself is holding public meetings one after the other in the state. At the same time, AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal is also camping in Gujarat. In this sequence, when Arvind Kejriwal was doing a roadshow in Panchmahal district on Sunday, some people present there shouted slogans in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On this, Kejriwal said that one day the Aam Aadmi Party will win the hearts of Modi supporters as well.
Slogans raised in support of PM Modi at Kejriwal’s rally
According to information, the incident took place on Sunday evening at Halol in Panchmahal district. The national convenor of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was addressing a public meeting during the road show here. Only then some people from the crowd present there started raising slogans of Modi-Modi. Responding to this, Kejriwal said that ‘some friends are shouting ‘Modi, Modi’. I want to tell them that any of you can raise slogans in support of him, but it is Kejriwal who will build schools for your children. Whatever slogans you raise in support of Modi, Kejriwal will give you free electricity. He further said that we have no enmity with anyone. You can raise slogans in support of whomever you want. But one day we will win your heart and bring you to our party.
Kejriwal repeated election promises
During this, Arvind Kejriwal also reiterated his election promise of providing jobs and unemployment allowance to the unemployed youth. He said that ‘there is no party which talks about schools. Did any party promise to build schools, hospitals and provide jobs and free electricity? It is only our party that talks about these issues.
If you believe in hooliganism then join BJP – Kejriwal
Kejriwal said that if people believe in hooliganism and like to abuse, they can support the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), but if you want to build a school, come to me, want electricity, want a hospital, want a road. Come to me. Appealing to vote, he said that I am asking you for five years. You gave him 27 years, give me five years. If I can’t deliver what I’m asking for, I’ll never come to you again.
Significantly, the Aam Aadmi Party is contesting on all 182 seats in Gujarat for the first time in the assembly elections to be held next month. AAP has claimed itself to be the main contender against the ruling BJP. At the same time, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has been aggressively campaigning for his candidates ever since the election bugle has sounded.