“We have decided to contest the upcoming Haryana assembly polls. We will give one-third seats to women and one-third to the youth,” Yadav, who was accompanied by the party’s state unit president Rajeev Godara, told a news conference here.
The complainant had alleged that in 2013 he was approached by volunteers of AAP who had asked him to contest the Delhi Assembly elections on a party ticket, saying Kejriwal was pleased with his social services. However, he was denied the ticket.
Yogendra Yadav, president of Swaraj India, said, “This is a desperate measure to buy the farmers’ votes by transferring Rs 2,000 to their accounts before the election... Farmers will surely reject this dishonourable bargain.”