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Kejriwal urges BJP workers not to quit party but work for AAP from inside

Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi made a plea to the BJP workers on the last day of his trip to Gujarat to work for the AAP "from inside" without leaving the party.

By wasmulhaq 
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New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi and convener of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), made a plea to the BJP workers on the last day of his trip to Gujarat to work for the AAP “from inside” without leaving the party.

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Kejriwal, who has been touring Gujarat amidst the upcoming Assembly election in the state, which is likely to be held in December. 

He said BJP workers will benefit from all the “guarantees” promised by him to people when his party comes to power in the state.

“You (BJP workers) are free to remain in the BJP while working for AAP. Many of them receive money (from the BJP), so they accept it and work for us because we don’t have enough money, he said.

He promised, after forming the government, “We will provide free electricity, and this will apply to your houses as well. We will provide you with free, 24-hour power and build quality schools so that your children can get a high-class free education. 

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The assembly elections in Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, to be held in December this year.

Kejriwal is set to visit Surat city in the evening to participate in ‘aarti’ at a Ganesh pandal, which has been established outside the AAP’s office in the Seemada Naka area and named ‘AAP Ka Raja’.

 

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