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Arvind Kejriwal dealt a blow to the opposition that refused to join the Grand Alliance in 2024 – India India News

Delhi Chief Minister and National Assembly member of Aam Aadmi party, Arvind Kejriwal, dealt a major blow to opposition unity. It is clear that he has ruled out any major coalition in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. He said his alliance would only be “with 130 crore”.

Addressing an event in Nagpur, Kejriwal said he could never understand the multi-party alliance and was not interested in any alliance. I don’t know how to do politics and I don’t understand their alliance of 10 or more parties and the alliance that was formed to defeat anyone. I don’t want anyone to be defeated, I want the country to win.”

Against the background of fears that some states and even the country are heading towards financial instability, Kejriwal said these fears are unfounded. He said, “All these economists write that the culture of subsidy will destroy the country. It has never been written that the culture of corruption will destroy the country. I am able to give things for free because we have ended corruption. So the money that is saved goes back to the people.”

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Without naming the BJP, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal said a “big party” is currently planning riots, riots and welcoming processions for the rapists. “The country cannot go ahead with such riots. If you want riots and riots you can go with them, but if you want progress, schools and hospitals can come with me. Let us form an alliance of Rs 130 crore from common people.”

Kejriwal said his party’s focus was not on the 2024 Lok Sabha elections but on working for the country. He said that people like him left their careers to serve the country.

Punjab CM Bhagwant Man said the journey of reviving the state has begun.

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