Dharamvira Gandhi: Not me, Arvind Kejriwal should quit


Patiala AAP MP Dr Dharamvira Gandhi on Tuesday rejected requests from gathering Punjab co-in-control Jarnail Singh that he leave. Rather, he dispatched into a tirade against gathering Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

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“I am not a local worker of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and as opposed to asking my acquiescence, it is Kejriwal who ought to leave from AAP for moving his stand from the fundamental standards of the gathering,” said Gandhi. “Why would it be a good idea for me to flee from the 25 lakh individuals who chose me? I am not an outlaw.”

“Kejriwal murdered legit governmental issues and double-crossed the general population of the nation whom he had guaranteed to achieve a distinction like the Jai Prakash development of 1974. In any case, rather than this, he hosted completed the intra-get-together popular government by bringing a ‘high order’ society in the gathering,” he included.

“AAP has been picking incorrectly competitors as there are reports against a few of them.” On the likelihood of a fourth front, he said the Awaaz-e-Punjab leaders were hesitant right now. “Punjab needs state-driven provincial outfit,” he said.

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