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AAP is ready to field candidates against Narendra Modi, Sonia and Rahul Gandhi
By admin on February 1, 2014
AAP is working to finalize the candidate names against most popular names like Sonia Gandhi, Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today announced that Aam Aadmi Party will field candidates against them on various counts including corruption, criminalisation of politics and dynastic politics.
Training his guns at Rahul Gandhi, Kejriwal accused him of being corrupt. He drew up a list of “corrupt” politicians that included SP supremo Mulayam Singh, BSP chief Mayawati, Union Ministers P Chidambaram and Sushilkumar Shinde and former BJP president Nitin Gadkari, among others.
Late tonight, at a meeting of AAP National Council, it was decided to add the names of Sonia for pursuing “dynastic politics”, Modi for “criminalisation of politics”, AAP spokesperson Dilip Pandey said.
The other names added at this meeting were Vitthal Radadiya, BJP MP from Gujarat, allegedly involved in the attack on a toll booth, Dinu Solanki, also BJP MP, whose name figures in the murder iof RTI activist Amit Jethwa and Chhagan Bhjbal, former Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister and currently PWD minister.