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Don’t believe in personal attacks: Arvind Kejriwal

He however, said that he would not respond to personal allegations by the Prime Minister and emphasised that his party’s politics was based on issues and agenda and never on personalities.

“They called me liar, anarchist and a lot more...this is the level of BJP. We will never use this kind of language,” said Kejriwal in a hurriedly called press conference hours after the prime ministers’ rally. He claimed to have brought down corruption in 49 days, and demanded the BJP tell the people what they had done in seven months of its government at the Centre to tackle graft. “It is clear that the BJP is nervous. Its also clear that the party has no positive agenda for Delhi,” he added.

He also dubbed BJP government a U- turn government, accusing the party of reneging on the promises it made before coming to power at the Centre. “They have made a U- turn on several of their earlier promises and came back with new ones. Suppose, if elections happen after two months they will come up with a different set of promises,”added Kejriwal. He also blamed Modi for lying on ‘changing retirement age’ and called the Central government government a ‘U’ turn government’. Is engaging in corruption Modi’s idea of good governance?

“I have orders from the government,” said Kejriwal waving a set of papers debunking Modi’s assurance on not bringing down retirement age from 60 years to 58 years. “It’s the biggest lie he told today. They have already ordered,” he thundered. He also alleged that BJP government at the Centre was misleading the people of Delhi on regularisation of unauthorised colonies.

“They should first bring down the electricity bill by one third as per their promise before Lok Sabha elections,” added Kejriwal flanked by senior AAP leaders Yogender Yadav and Manish Sisodia. “I travel in Metro and I have Metro card,” said Manish Sisodia, former education and urban development minister in AAP government. Yadav even circulated his picture while travelling in Delhi Metro.
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