Mr Kejriwal told the people that they should ask the BJP leaders about their respective states.
New Delhi: As the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) campaign took a belligerent and aggressive tone in its bid to polarise the vote bank on religious lines, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo and chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday raised an emotional pitch to appeal to the electorate, saying that all the parties from across the country have joined hands to defeat the “son of Delhi.”
Addressing a roadshow at Gokalpuri, Mr Kejriwal said: “Parties including BJP, RJD, Congress, JDU, LJP, and others from across the country have come to defeat you and your son.”
The AAP leader said he has worked as an elder son of the family. He said: “I paid the electricity and water bills like an elder son of your family. I arranged for good education for the children of the family. I took care of the health of your family and arranged for their medicines. I arranged for pilgrimage for the elders of the family.”
Mr Kejriwal told the people that they should ask the BJP leaders about their respective states. “Please ask them about the number of hours that their states receive electricity and its price and then tell them that Delhi receives 24-hour free electricity,” he said.