BJP Government Hatching Conspiracy Against Me: Kejriwal

Published: 02nd February 2015 11:10 PM  |   Last Updated: 02nd February 2015 11:10 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Arvind Kejriwal today attacked the BJP-led central government accusing it of "hatching a conspiracy" to defeat AAP sensing an imminent defeat in c oming Assembly polls in Delhi.    

Addressing a series of rallies at Patel Nagar, Rajendra Nagar and Karol Bagh constituencies, Kejriwal said "BJP earlier roped in its MPs, ministers, Chief Ministers and even RSS volunteers. And now the government is hatching a conspiracy against me," he said.  

The former Delhi Chief Minister alleged BJP leaders had "lowered" the level of politics through their statements against him.     

"Nupur Sharma called me monkey, Kiran Bedi termed me as toxic. This abusive politics is not good. Neither me nor my party has ever abused anyone," he said.

Kejriwal wondered why BJP was not debating issues such as "increasing incidents of rape, eve-teasing and inflation.           

 "They all have indulged in lowest level of politics," the AAP supremo charged.   

He also ridiculed the government's Jan Dhan Yojana referring to Prime Minister's Narendra Modi's speech at Karkardooma.    

"Did you all hear Prime minister Modi's speech at Karkardooma two days back? He claimed to have opened 19 lakh accounts. I want to say that only bank account can't run your livelihoods. You need money too," he said.           

He also asked BJP supporters to vote for AAP as only "Kejriwal would help you".           

"I want to ask BJP supporters present here to be selfish and to think about your family as you all are finding hard to meet your daily expenses," Kejriwal said drawing loud cheers.

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