Arvind Kejriwal, chief of Aam Aadmi Party and Delhi Chief Minister, today said he would fall on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s feet for the rights of people in Punjab. Jagran.com reported Kejriwal as saying this while talking to AAP workers at Batala, Gurdaspur in Punjab.
Kejriwal further said that if PM Modi refuses to give Punjabis their rights, then he would force the PM to give them.
Incidentally in Delhi, Kejriwal is always seen fighting and blaming PM Modi for all that are wrong in the national capital.
Before Kejriwal reached the venue of the programme, where he addressed AAP workers, members of the Congress took to the roads, raising the slogan of “Kejriwal Go Back”. Some Congress members were seen holding placards that called AAP as “Aam Ashiq Party” and “Anti-Aurat Party”.
Jargran.com reported Kejriwal as saying that the Congress and SAD-BJP were united to ensure that Punjab doesn’t develop. Kejriwal appealed to AAP workers to continue their unity and work hard for the upcoming elections.
Kejriwal promised, if elected, AAP government would open free clinics in every district and not increase any tax for five years.
Releasing AAP’s election manifesto yesterday, Kejriwal had said his party will remove “Inspector Raj” and the people will no
longer have to tolerate “Gunda Tax” if AAP comes to power. He said a new business hub will also be constructed in Ropad. “To make Taxation transparent and easy, all the taxes, including the Value Added Tax (VAT) will be reduced just like we did in Delhi. In the next five years, the tax paid here will be the lowest in the country,” he said. “Our party is dedicated to erase corruption and to make it possible, we will start single-window system in the state,” he added.