New Delhi: In the 2019 elections, there is a big setback to the Opposition which is planning to gird Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal have refused to be part of the opposition’s alliance. Kejriwal said that parties joining the Maha alliance have no role in the development of the country. Along with that, Kejriwal also accused the Modi government of stalking the ballots in the development of Delhi. In Rohtak, Haryana, Kejriwal said, “The politics of the alliance does not matter to me. Politics for me is public and its development. What we have done in the last three years in Delhi, these parties did not show any of its work in 70 years. “
Accusing the BJP, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal said that BJP is just pretending to be named after religion. It does not make sense to people’s feelings. He said that Haryana is backward in terms of development as compared to Delhi. Kejriwal, while quenching the Chief Minister of Haryana, said that he can learn from us how the development in true ways is.
Kejriwal’s led Aam Aadmi Party MPs did not vote in the Rajya Sabha Deputy Speaker’s election held on Thursday. AAP leader Sanjay Singh said that Rahul Gandhi can hug PM Modi but can not call to Kejriwal for his party’s support in Rajya Sabha. He said,”his party will contest the elections in all the seats of the Lok Sabha along with the assembly elections in Haryana.
He said that when the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi can bring a revolution in the field of electricity, water, health, and education, even when there is no full state, why can not the Manohar Lal Khattar led BJP government in Haryana do so? Kejriwal demanded the financial assistance of Rs one crore from Haryana government for the family of the martyred jawans of Ambala.