Swaraj India opens front against Kejriwal

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The former AAP leader and one of the founding members of AAP, Yogendra Yadav lambasted the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal for misusing the resources of Delhi in the glorification of the party in other states.

Once a close aide of Kejriwal, Yadav alleged that the Chief Minister of Delhi has a minimum interest in governing the Delhi state and Kejriwal using the state as the second step for the better prospects in other states.

Yogendra Yadav was expelled from the AAP party in 2015 when he dared to raise questions in front of Arvind Kejriwal. Another prominent leader Prashant Kishore was also expelled with Yadav.

The both leaders had formed a platform ‘Swaraj’ and formally launched the political party ‘Swaraj India’ on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti this year. Yadav’s political outfit will contest the assembly polls in Punjab, Gujrat and Goa.

The Swaraj India President, Yadav termed Kejriwal, an opportunist who has been utilising the Delhi taxpayers money in political activities. He said that when the national capital was struggling against the vector-borne diseases, the Chief Minister of Delhi was touring in other states and the entire cabinet was busy in political activities for the upcoming assembly elections in Punjab, Goa and Gujrat.

It is evident that the AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal has totally lost his vision and deliberately he is ignoring Delhi to achieve his political dreams in other states.

The people of Delhi trusted the Aam Aadmy Party and helped the party to attain a landslide victory in Delhi Assembly elections. However, the AAP has betrayed the people of Delhi.

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