CM holds road show in support of Chadha
NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday held a roadshow for AAP's South Delhi candidate Raghav Chadha along with Bollywood actor Swara Bhaskar. The party also held roadshows led by MLAs at 70 Vidhan Sabha. From roadshow, the Chief Minister who is also the national convenor of AAP, urged people to vote for the party and also talked about the demand of full-statehood. "Sunday is poll date and it will be very hot outside, But do not stay back at your home. Go out and vote for the AAP," said the Chief Minister.
Before the rally, Chadha slammed BJP candidate Ramesh Bidhuri alleging "goondagardi". "Stop your hooliganism in South Delhi. Come 12th May, the day of elections, we will see the people of South Delhi unanimously reject your kind of politics. And once elected, I will send all you goons to jail, where you ought to be. Your fight is with me, so I am ready to take you on at any place and time of your choosing," said Chadha. A statement issued by him noted, " For the past 5 years, politics of fear and intimidation have gripped South Delhi. Now facing imminent defeat, a rattled BJP is resorting to their signature hooliganism to create fear. BJP goons cornered and beat up a senior AAP volunteer and Mandal Adhyaksh Kusumdevi at Hari Nagar in Badarpur Legislative Assembly."