Don't fall prey to election sops, Arvind Kejriwal warns electors

Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal today asked the electors not to fall prey to sops doled out by political parties during elections and vote for an honest and upright candidate to get rid of inflation and deep rooted corruption

hidden August 16, 2013 22:03:39 IST
Don't fall prey to election sops, Arvind Kejriwal warns electors

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal today asked the electors not to fall prey to sops doled out by political parties during elections and vote for an honest and upright candidate to get rid of inflation and deep rooted corruption.

Addressing a gathering in Ayanagar area of Chhatarpur Assembly seat, he alleged that for the past 67 years, some opportunistic people from various political parties have "looted the country and stashed the black money in banks in Switzerland, Italy, France and the US".

Dont fall prey to election sops Arvind Kejriwal warns electors

Arvind Kejriwal. AFP

"Voters should be cautious while electing their representatives. They are equally responsible for the present state of affairs as they vote for those candidates who pay them money or provide liquor," Kejriwal said.

Getting into the election mode, Kejriwal has been organising mass contact programmes at various places.

PTI

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