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‘Others trying to poach AAP volunteers’

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday alleged that AAP’s opponents in Delhi are trying to buy the newbie party’s volunteers ahead of the February 7 assembly elections. Kejriwal asked his party volunteers to accept the money being offered, record the act and conduct a sting operation.

The AAP Convenor once again raked up the bribe issue. He had earlier asked voters in Delhi to accept money from Congress and BJP but vote for the AAP during the election. After his repeated remarks, the Election Commission (EC) had warned Kejriwal of “stern action”.

The EC has taken serious note of the fact that he has been violating model code of conduct
repeatedly despite several notices to him. The EC has warned him that it will be “constrained to take stern action against you in the event of any further violation”.

Kejriwal had earlier said that he respects the poll body and the law and that he would stop making such appeals if the Commission thinks his statements were inappropriate.
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