A victory in Punjab would lead Rahul Gandhi’s official taking over of the party and his headaches will be more within the party than outside.
Kejriwal reportedly asked voters to demand Rs 10,000 from political parties if they offer Rs 5,000 in exchange for their vote.
Police is verifying the alleged death threat to the Delhi chief minister.
He claimed the facilities the Delhi government is providing in its schools are not available in schools across the globe.
Delhi Police has launched a preliminary inquiry into allegations of forgery, cheating and fraud against Arvind Kejriwal, his brother-in-law and a public servant for alleged irregularities in grant of contracts for roads and sewer lines.
The AAP chief termed as “illegal, unconstitutional and wrong” the EC order censuring and warning him.
Kejriwal had asked the voters to take money if offered by the Congress and the BJP, “but vote only for AAP”.
Kejriwal wrote that the security apparatus should be used to provide safety to the people since law and order situation is “poor” in the state.
Namdhari sect is yet to announce support for any political party this time.
KVIC chairman Vinai Kumar Saxena however said the move was not ‘unusual’ and that deviations have happened in the past.
The apex court, while dismissing the plea, said that there was no conclusive evidence in it.
Rumours of Kejriwal moving to Punjab gained fervour after Delhi deputy chief minister and senior AAP leader Manish Sisodia told an election gathering to vote in the February 4 election assuming that Kejriwal would be the chief minister of the state.
Badal also warned that the “anti-Centre” stance of Kejriwal will put the state on a collision course with the Union Government and hurt its progress.
Addressing a rally in Mohali, Sisodia said, “your vote should be in the name of Kejriwal. Assume he is your CM candidate and vote for him.”
PM Modi had earlier tweeted that he skipped Yoga to meet his mother for breakfast.