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Is Narendra Modi ‘scared’ of contesting against Arvind Kejriwal, asks AAP
If the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate is not afraid of AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal, let him be clear from where he plans to contest the election against our leader, the party’s national spokesperson Sanjay Singh said here.
“AAP has finalised its candidates from Gujarat and their names will be announced shortly,” he told.
The AAP spokesman slammed the Modi government for the attacks on vehicles of Kejriwal and another party leader Manish Sisodia during their Gujarat visit.
“People know on whose behest these attacks were carried out. There were loopholes in security.”
Earlier today, Kejriwal returned from Delhi to address a public rally at Bapunagar area of the city.
Kejriwal, who is touring Gujarat to “verify” claims of development under Modi, visited the Sabarmati Ashram, which is closely associated with Mahatma Gandhi.
The former Delhi CM tried his hands on Gandhiji’s charkha (spinning wheel) and went around the ashram.