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Kejriwal attacks BJP at rally in Delhi; demands dissolution of Delhi Assembly in 1 week

AAP RALLY IN NEW DELHI

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Agencies, New Delhi
Attacking BJP for running away from  Assembly polls in Delhi, AAP national convenor and former  Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal today demanded dissolution  of the Assembly in one week.

Mr Kejriwal said if there is no dissolution of the Assembly in one week then his party will start a signature campaign for fresh polls and will go to every house in Delhi. He said people of Delhi want fresh Assembly polls. At present, Delhi is under President’s Rule after AAP Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal resigned on February 14.

Mr Kejriwal addressed the AAP rally today at around 1740 hrs at Jantar Mantar demanding the dissolution of Delhi Assembly and fresh elections.
Mr Kejriwal urged people present at the gathering to not to vote for Congress in the Assembly polls and said the AAP is in no hurry for the polls.
He said if Delhi goes for Assembly polls today then AAP will win 40 seats. Mr Kejriwal said if there are polls in October then AAP will win 50 seats.
He said if there are Assembly polls in Delhi in February then AAP will win 55 seats and if there are polls after February then the BJP will be seen no where. Raising the issue of high power bills in Delhi, Mr Kejriwal said when there was AAP Government in Delhi then the power bills were reduced and now the power bills has been raised three times more.

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