AAP leader Kumar Vishwas on Sunday attacked the Narendra Modi-led Centre ahead of Delhi polls and asked people to vote for party’s chief Arvind Kejriwal to “keep a check” on the “arrogant” Union government.
“The Centre has arrogance and we can see that on faces of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokespersons. It seems Congress while handing over the government, has also transferred its arrogance to the BJP. BJP wants Congress-free country and Aam Aadmi Party wants a corruption-free country,” he claimed.
Raking up the issue of “internal rift” within the BJP over Bedi, Vishwas further claimed that the BJP leaders were “disappointed” on the selection of Kiran Bedi as the chief ministerial candidate.
The AAP leader today addressed three election rallies in the national capital.
However, Vishwas welcomed US President Barack Obama’s visit to India and said the government should now make sure that all the issues related to the benefit of the country is raised during the meeting.
“America should now make clear its stand toward Pakistan and Indian government should get an assurance from Obama to help India eliminate terrorism. This meeting…should yield fruits in favour of the country,” he said.
He further claimed that the BJP is “scared” of Kejriwal which is why the CM candidate was declared days before the assembly elections and they have brought some one who didn’t belonged to their clan.
The AAP leader also said that “few of his BJP friends asked him to join BJP, but he straightaway refused”.
“People belonging to the saffron party often tell me that ‘You are the right man in wrong party’ and I say those who are dead, flow with the tide but a man of principles wades his way through,” he said.