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Arvind Kejriwal Desires To Be Punjab Chief Minister, However…

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Charanjit Singh Channi stated Arvind Kejriwal was inclined to creating iressponsible allegations.


Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal desires to be Chief Minister of Punjab or on the very least rule by way of proxy, his counterpart from the election-going state Charanjit Singh Channi informed NDTV on Wednesday.

“Kejriwal desires to be Chief Minister right here. He wished it up to now and can preserve wanting it. Nevertheless it’s a requirement that can by no means be fulfilled. He first spent Rs 200-400 crore on a marketing campaign referred to as ‘Ab ki Baar Kejriwal’,” Mr Channi stated.

“When folks didn’t settle for that, he added Bhagwant Mann’s title to say ‘Abki baar Kejriwal aur Bhagwant Mann. However his title continues to be within the entrance. Which suggests he both desires to be Chief Minister or run it by way of distant management. Why ought to we Punjabis settle for him? He’s attempting all the pieces he can to seize Punjab. However he is aware of nothing about our tradition,” he added.

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Brushing apart Mr Kejriwal’s allegations linked to the current raids on his nephew, the Chief Minister stated, “Kejriwal says such issues each time there are elections after which apologises. Such an individual shouldn’t turn into Chief Minister who says sorry each time after making a mistake. Tomorrow once more he’ll make an apology.”

Mr Channi and Mr Kejriwal have been fostering a rising rivalry within the months forward of elections. Whereas the Aam Aadmi Social gathering chief has accused Mr Channi of copying his welfare measures launched in Delhi and extra just lately cornered him over the anti-corruption raids on his nephew, the Congress chief has returned the favour with the cost of being an outsider and a flaky chief.

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