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‘Fight between promise-keepers & liars’

‘Fight between promise-keepers & liars’
Stepping up the attack on Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday, the last day of campaigning for Delhi polls, Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah charged that the Arvind Kejriwal-led party had received black money donations and also claimed it “never does what it says”.

Shah on Thursday added that the Delhi election was a fight between two ideologies — one that makes and keeps its promises, referring to the BJP, and the other that lies and makes false promises, hinting towards the AAP.

Saying that India’s prestige had “risen globally” since BJP leader Narendra Modi’s government had taken charge at the Centre, Shah asked the voters to not waste their votes on AAP as the party has “no policy”.

“Kali raat me aane wala dhan kala dhan hi hota hai (money which comes in the dark of the night is black money).”

“And he (Kejriwal) says that one should investigate it and put him in jail as he knows that no investigation is possible till February 7 (election day),” Shah said during a rally at Madanpur Khadar area.

Meanwhile, on the last day of campaigning, Kiran Bedi on Thursday sought to compare her administrative experience to that of Arvind Kejriwal’s as IRS, saying she had put in 40 years of services while the AAP chief was a “deserter” with “insignificant” tenure.

“I have 40 years of administrative experience and that other man (Kejriwal) who is spreading lies has just five years of experience,” Bedi said while campaigning in Kirari constituency of North-West Delhi here.

Addressing a gathering here, she said: “I have two issues which will benefit all. I have not come here to harm anyone whether it is a vendor, businessman or a sweeper. All the negative rumours that are coming are false,” she said.

Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh on Thursday said the sect would extend support to BJP in the Delhi Assembly elections, giving a shot in the arm to the party which is locked in one of the most-fiercely contested polls. “Our policy is to extend support to those who fight evils in the society and those who do good things to people,” Rahim Singh told a press conference in Thiruvananthapuram.

BJP approached the Dera and signed an affidavit that the party would fight against drug and liquor addiction, corruption and other bad things in the society, he said: “So we extended support to them.”

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