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Gujarat : “A day will come when…” said Arvind Kejriwal on slogans of ‘Modi-Modi’ during the meeting

A group of people shout slogans in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi during Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s roadshow in Gujarat on Sunday. The incident took place in the evening at Halol in Panchmahal district, when the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convenor was addressing a gathering during a road show. Responding to the “Modi-Modi” slogan, Kejriwal said they can raise slogans in support of whomever they want, but I am the one who will build schools for their children and provide free electricity. Kejriwal said that a day would come When the Aam Aadmi Party will win the hearts of Modi supporters as well.

Addressing the gathering during the roadshow, Kejriwal said, “Some friends are shouting ‘Modi, Modi’. I want to tell them that you can raise slogans in support of whomever you want, but it is Kejriwal who is your Will build a school for children, no matter how many slogans you raise, only Kejriwal will give you free electricity.’

He said, “We have no enmity with anyone. You can raise slogans in support of whomever you want. One day we will win your hearts and bring you into our party.” Kejriwal said that there is no party which talks about schools. Did any party promise to build schools, hospitals and provide jobs and free electricity? It is only our party that talks about these issues.”

Kejriwal said that if people believe in hooliganism and like to abuse, they can support the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). But if you want to build a school, then come to me. I am engineer. If you want electricity, want a hospital, want a road, then come to me. Otherwise go to them to commit hooliganism.

He said, “I have come here to demand five years. You gave them 27 years, give me five years. If I cannot give, I will never come to you again.” AAP is contesting on all 182 seats in Gujarat for the first time in the elections to be held next month. The party has established itself as the main contender for the ruling BJP and Kejriwal has been campaigning aggressively for its candidates.