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Gujarat Election: Slogans of ‘Modi-Modi’ raised in Kejriwal’s road show, Delhi CM said – I will win the heart

Modi Slogans in Kejriwal Roadshow: Some people raised slogans in favor of Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the roadshow of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday (November 20) at Halol in Panchmahal district of Gujarat. The national convenor of ‘AAP’ also reacted on this.

It is noteworthy that there is assembly elections in Gujarat next month. Less than two weeks are left for the first phase of voting. Kejriwal, seeing the possibility of ‘AAP’ this time in Gujarat, is campaigning vigorously. This can be gauged from the fact that in the morning he was addressing a public meeting for the MCD elections in Delhi and in the evening he did a road show in Gujarat.

Kejriwal said this when slogans were raised in favor of Modi

Addressing people at the roadshow, Kejriwal said, “Some people are shouting ‘Modi, Modi’. I would like to tell them to raise any slogan in favor of whomever they want, but it is Kejriwal who will build schools for your children. You can raise as many slogans as you want, but it is Kejriwal who will give you free electricity.” He said that ‘AAP’ will one day win the hearts of these people who are raising slogans in favor of Modi.

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‘One day we will win your heart’

AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal said, “We have no enmity with anyone. You can put slogans in favor of whomever you want. One day we will win your heart and bring you to our party.

Reiterating his party’s guarantee of employment and unemployment allowance of Rs 3,000 to job-seekers, he said a large number of youths are unemployed in the state.

Delhi CM Kejriwal said, “There is no such party which talks about schools. Did any party promise to build schools, hospitals, provide jobs and free electricity? It is only our party that talks about these issues.

Kejriwal made this appeal to the people

Kejriwal said that if people like hooliganism and abusing, then they can support the Bharatiya Janata Party. He said, “If you want the school to be built, come to me. I am engineer. If you need electricity, hospitals and roads, come to me. Otherwise go to them for hooliganism.

He said, “I have come here to ask for five years. You gave him 27 years, give me five years. If I don’t work, I will never come in front of you again.” Let us tell you that voting for the assembly in Gujarat will be held in two phases – one and on December 5 and the counting of votes will be done on December 8 along with Himachal Pradesh.

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