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BJP will not release manifesto for Delhi polls, but has questions for Arvind Kejriwal

BJP will ask Kejriwal five questions every day till Feb 5, starting with the AAP's decision to join hands with the Congress.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi |
Updated: January 29, 2015 7:54:28 pm
Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi Assembly polls AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal during a rally in West Delhi on Wednesday. (Source: Express photo by Praveen Khanna)

The BJP on Thursday asked AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal why did he take support from the Congress to form the government and why did he ask for facilities after denying them initially.

These were among the five questions the Bharatitya Janata Party plans to ask Kejriwal everyday in the run-up to the Delhi assembly elections.

BJP leader Rajiv Pratap Rudy said his party will ask Kejriwal five questions every day till Feb 5, starting with the Aam Aadmi Party’s decision to join hands with the Congress to form the government in Delhi.

“Where were his moralities when he joined hands with the Congress to come to power in Delhi?” Rudy said, putting out first of the five questions.

He then questioned why there was no case registered against former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit even though the AAP Party accused her of corruption.

Kejriwal was also asked why he took police security after denying it initially, and why his government asked for SUVs.

“How come comforts of life have caught on him so heavily, people of Delhi would like to have an answer,” Rudy said.

Mentioning that Kejriwal criticised politicians flying in chartered planes during the Lok Sabha polls, Rudy asked why the AAP chief took a chartered plane on his way from Gujarat.

“We are asking these questions because this identity of a common man he (Kejriwal) created for himself is based on lies,” he said.

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