AAP NATIONAL convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Wednesday that that his “party has no money in its bank account to contest elections.”
“We don’t have any money. My party has no money in account. You all have to help us. Each of you in rally should ensure that at least 100 people vote for AAP, inspired by you,” said Kejriwal.
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He has been trying to downplay his ‘tussle’ with Prime Minister Narendra Modi for more rights in running the Delhi government while campaigning in Punjab. Kejriwal said, “I have learnt that SAD-BJP is spreading rumours that if AAP is voted to power, the Centre will not give even a single penny to Punjab. We will bow down at Modiji’s feet for the sake of Punjab, otherwise we know how to snatch our (Punjab’s) rights from the Centre.”
Kejriwal also took potshots at Badal for allegedly failing in availing of any benefit from Modi for Punjab.
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