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BJP planning to buy my party’s legislators: Kejriwal on Google Hangout
By admin on April 1, 2014
New Delhi, April 1: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said on a Google Hangout on Tuesday that the BJP is planning to buy its legislators once the polls get over. He also accused the Congress of not taking serious measures to recover black money stashed abroad.
On a question on AAP’s visions on economic and foreign policies, Kejriwal said his party has already outlined its economic policies. Kejriwal said the education in the country needed to be improved and standard in the government schools required to be upgraded to those of private schools.
Kejriwal said 120 crore people should join the AAP On the recent controversy that he tried to influence the interviewer to play a particular part of his interview more, Kejriwal said that it was no interview at all.
“There was no controversy at all. The media person told me that a particular part of the interview would have made more impact and I agreed that it should be played more.
That was it,” Kejriwal said. On a question on his stand on Somnath Bharti, he said he is there, that’s it. He said the business environment in India needs to be bettered for he thinks Indians are born entrepreneurs and would flourish if they get a proper environment.