AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal has made a bold assertion that his party will emerge victorious in the upcoming Delhi Lok Sabha polls, even if he himself is arrested.
In a passionate address to his party workers, Kejriwal urged them to visit every household in the city and gauge the public sentiment on whether he should continue as Chief Minister from jail, if necessary, or resign.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been a force to be reckoned with in Delhi’s political landscape. Despite facing numerous challenges, the party has managed to win the support of the public and establish itself as a major contender.
Arvind Kejriwal, the face of AAP, has been at the forefront of this movement, relentlessly fighting for the rights of the common man.
Kejriwal firmly believes that the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is conspiring to sabotage AAP’s campaign for the Lok Sabha polls.
He claimed that the BJP has plans to get him arrested, along with leaders from different regional parties. According to Kejriwal, the BJP’s motive behind these tactics is an acknowledgment of their inability to defeat the AAP in Delhi.
Kejriwal’s Commitment to Public Service
Addressing a gathering of AAP workers, Kejriwal expressed his unwavering commitment to public service.
He stated that he has no desire for the chief minister’s post, highlighting the fact that he was the first chief minister to voluntarily resign after just 49 days in office.
This statement underscores his dedication to the people and his willingness to make personal sacrifices for the greater good.
Kejriwal’s recent decision to skip an Enforcement Directorate summons and demand the withdrawal of the notice has only fueled speculation of his imminent arrest.
However, he remains resilient in the face of these challenges. He revealed that he has consulted with councilors and MLAs who have advised him to continue as chief minister, even if he is arrested.
In an effort to gauge public sentiment, Kejriwal has tasked his party workers with visiting every household in Delhi.
Their mission is to engage the residents, asking them if they believe Kejriwal should continue as chief minister from jail or if he should resign.
Additionally, they have been directed to inform the people about the alleged conspiracies hatched by the BJP.
Inspiring Leaders in Jail
During his address, Kejriwal highlighted the sacrifices made by his former cabinet colleagues, Manish Sisodia and Satyendar Jain.
Both leaders played instrumental roles in bringing about reforms in education and healthcare, respectively. Kejriwal asserted that although they are currently facing trial and have been arrested, they are an inspiration to others.
Kejriwal urged his party workers not to fear the prospect of going to jail and to draw inspiration from the likes of Sisodia and Jain.
He even went as far as to say that if prominent AAP leaders like Sanjay Singh and Manish Sisodia were to leave the party, they would secure their release from jail within 24 hours.
He likened their struggle to that of Bhagat Singh, urging his supporters not to falter in the face of adversity.
Despite being relatively young, the AAP has made significant strides to establish itself as a national party.
Kejriwal proudly announced that the party has obtained the status of a national party, surpassing the 1,350 registered parties in India.
With the party’s meteoric rise in popularity, Kejriwal confidently asserted that the AAP will soon rule the country, surpassing both the BJP and Congress.