Bedi Makes Her Administrative Experience a Tool to Hit Out at Kejriwal

Bedi who has been lashing out at Kejriwal has compared and contrast her 40 years of administrative experience with the latter and said that Kejriwal had insignificant experience.

Published: 05th February 2015 02:52 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th February 2015 02:54 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: On the last day of campaigning, BJP's Kiran Bedi today 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. He is 'bhagoda' and will run away again," Bedi said while campaigning in Kirari constituency of North-West Delhi here.

Addressing a gathering here, the BJP's chief ministerial candidate asked the voters to not to pay heed to negative rumours about her.

"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.

Bedi also spoke about women safety and security, saying that it will be on her top priority. Earlier in the day, Bedi held roadshows in Mangolpuri, Sultanpur Majra and Nangloi constituencies.

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