A month after his birth, Arvind Kejriwal has become the poster boy for the Delhi-Gurgaon city, with many calling it “India’s biggest city”.
The BJP is hoping to take this momentum and win Delhi from the Congress, and the Congress has its sights set on winning the capital.
The city is in the grip of an intense political storm, with the party accusing the AAP of making it worse.
It is seen as the prime target of the party in this election, especially as the state is the main seat for the Congress.
In an interview with the Indian Express, Kejriwal, who is currently serving a six-month jail term, said: “I think it is very important for Delhi to be seen as a good place.
It should be seen that Delhi is a very good place to live.”
As many as 5.5 million people are in jail, which is much higher than the previous peak of 3.5 crore in 2004.
Many of them are facing charges for offences including rioting, sedition, inciting violence, desecrating religious sites, and damaging property.
The AAP has been trying to bring down the number of arrests in the capital, and is currently focusing on the police force, which it claims is in disarray.AAP has also launched a programme to provide free bus rides to those who can’t afford taxis.
But this has been met with a slew of protests and complaints from residents.
The BJP, on the other hand, is hoping that the protests and the criticism will help the party win the election.
AAP has denied any involvement in any of the protests, and it has dismissed all the allegations as political vendetta.
“There are so many rumours and false allegations, so many people are afraid.
There is a lot of confusion in the society,” Kejriwal told The Indian Express.
He said that a few months ago, he had met senior leaders of the BJP and asked them to get a clear picture of what the party stands for.
“It is a party that wants to be perceived as a big political party,” he said.
However, he said that the party has not changed its approach and is focused on working with the police and the local community.
“I will be working with them to ensure that Delhi does not fall into chaos,” he added.
In his interview with The Indian Mirror, Kejriwal said that it was important for the BJP to focus on its core issues, like development, employment, development of the rural poor and the environment.
“If the BJP wants to achieve its objective of getting rid of corruption and corruption-related issues, it must come out of this political storm.
Otherwise, we will lose our city,” he told the newspaper.
A party source said that Kejriwal’s comments came after the party had reached out to the media to clarify that it does not support the AAP.
“We have also asked them for clarification, but the party hasn’t said anything,” the source said.
A senior BJP leader said that while there are a lot more issues that the BJP has to deal with in the state, Kejriwal was the one who had to take on the Congress party.
“He is the one whose vision the BJP is trying to implement.
We don’t want to be blamed for it.
But if the Congress comes out of its political storm with all its supporters, we may lose the city,” the party source added.