Arvind Kejriwal: AAP will contest Gujarat polls


The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is set to challenge one year from now's Assembly surveys in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state Gujarat, Delhi Chief Minister and AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal declared while tending to a gigantic rally in Surat on Sunday. "The Aam Aadmi will go up against the Congress and the decision BJP in Gujarat in the Assembly surveys," Mr. Kejriwal said, while blaming the BJP government for smashing majority rules system in Gujarat.

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"The Patidars who were requesting reservation here were shot at and executed? Why were they executed and at whose command would they say they were shot? They were our subjects, not psychological oppressors. The stories that I have gotten notification from the groups of the individuals who were slaughtered made me cry," Mr. Kejriwal said.

 "The legislators who requested the terminating on Patidar youth must be rebuffed and the general population of Gujarat will rebuff them," he said, focusing on that the AAP bolstered the Patidar people group's fundamental interest for reservation and amount. In his 30-minute discourse, Mr. Kejriwal's primary target was BJP president Amit Shah, who confronted challenges by Patidars two months back amid a get-together in the city.

"The following Assembly surveys in Gujarat will see an 'insurgency'. Amit Shah is on one side and the aam aadmi, who is poor, battles for survival on the opposite side. Be that as it may, when the aam aadmi stands up, any semblance of Shah will lose control."

"The whole Gujarat knows who is running the State. Each direction originates from Delhi. Prior, Anandiben declined to take after Amit Shah's guidelines and she was demonstrated the entryway. Vijay Rupani has been introduced as CM and he complies with each guideline and charge of Shah," Mr. Kejriwal said. Commending the 23-year-old Hardik for leading the Patidar tumult, Mr. Kejriwal called him a "nationalist."

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