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AAP introduced free revdi in Indian politics, says Kejriwal

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New Delhi: AAP chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that his party introduced free revdi culture into Indian politics. Speaking at the party's first-ever Rashtriya Janpratinidhi Sammelan, he added that BJP can neither eat nor swallow the practice.

About BJP's claims about revdi culture increasing the government's debt, Kejriwal pointed out that Gujarat and Punjab have a debt of Rs 3.5 lakh crore even though their former governments did not give anything for free. "Everything is free in Delhi, yet there is no debt."

He alleged that those who say there should be no free ki revdi are dishonest and corrupt. "Together they want to crush the Aam Aadmi Party. Total 169 cases were filed against AAP leaders, none was punished, and AAP leaders have been acquitted in 135 cases." He added that AAP's honesty, education, health services, and freebies are behind its success.

Speaking about the Delhi government's face-off with the Centre, he said India will not become a world guru by speaking abroad but by building schools and imparting education. "If the issues of education, health, women's security, farmers' income, employment, and infrastructure are fixed, no one can stop India from becoming the number one country in the world. We have to make an alliance of 130 crore people."

Addressing the elected presidents of AAP across the nations, Kejriwal said that MLAs, MPs, and Zilla panchayat members were the seed that has become a tree now. "This seed has become a tree in Delhi and Punjab. Now this tree is going to be made in Gujarat too." The AAP is actively campaigning in Gujarat for the upcoming assembly election.

About the allegations made against AAP MLAs, Kejriwal said the investigative agencies did not find anything by raiding Manish Sisodia's house. "They will put everyone in jail. Prepare to go to jail for 3-4 months. They cannot harm you. Jail is not that bad. I have spent 15 days there. If everyone gets this courage, then they can't do anything."

"If Satyendar Jain had been in any other country, he would have been given the Bharat Ratna. The man gave Mohalla clinics, free electricity, and free treatment. After nothing came out in three courts against him, now they are talking about changing the judge," he added.

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