BJP’s stronghold in Gujarat in trouble because of AAP: Kejriwal

Vadodara, Sep 20 (IANS) Aam Aadmi Party convener and Delhi Boss Pastor Arvind Kejriwal has asserted that the BJP has become scared by the developing AAP impact in Gujarat, particularly in the metropolitan regions, which is the reason it is sending individuals to challenge him. He said, “I’m mindful that with decisions moving toward ever nearer, such fights against me and AAP will increment.”

Kejriwal was alluding to the dissent at Vadodara air terminal on Tuesday, when a gathering of forty to fifty people recited supportive of Modi motto, “Modi Zindabad” on his appearance.

As per him, this is the BJP’s response to the AAP’s rising impact in the metropolitan regions. He said, “Till the last decisions, in political circles it was said that 66 metropolitan seats are posts of BJP, nobody can make advances, yet with AAP’s entrance in the state and its spreading impact in metropolitan regions, the BJP stronghold is in a tough situation.”

Remarking on administrators composing letters to the CEC mentioning it to derecognise the AAP, Kejriwal said, “In the event that these civil servants were serious they would have composed letters for upsetting government workers requesting rebuilding of the old benefits plot, or for resigned armed force jawans or paramilitary jawans and battle for them.”

Kejriwal feels that the BJP and the Congress have just a single political rival and that is the AAP thus both are focusing on the AAP in a similar language. After Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi, Kejriwal has guaranteed the state government representatives that assuming the AAP comes to control his administration will reestablish the old annuity plot.