Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party national convener, Arvind Kejriwal, recently made a powerful statement asserting that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) can only get his body arrested, but not his thoughts.
Amidst allegations and summons from the Enforcement Directorate related to alleged irregularities in the Delhi excise policy, Kejriwal addressed a gathering during a roadshow in the Akaltara Assembly seat in Bilaspur.
He highlighted the core values of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) – staunch honesty, patriotism, and humanity.
Staunch Honesty and Patriotism: The Foundation of AAP
Arvind Kejriwal emphasized that the Aam Aadmi Party is built upon the pillars of staunch honesty and patriotism.
These values guide their actions and decisions, ensuring that the party remains committed to serving the people of Delhi and Punjab.
The party’s dedication towards improving the lives of the common people resonated with the electorate, leading to their victory in the Delhi Assembly polls ten years ago.
In the face of ongoing threats from the BJP in Delhi, Kejriwal boldly questioned their ability to truly silence his voice.
While the BJP may have the power to arrest his physical body, they cannot control or arrest his thoughts.
Kejriwal’s ideas, vision, and commitment to serving the people remain unwavering, regardless of any attempts to stifle his voice.
Transformative Work in Delhi and Punjab
Kejriwal proudly acknowledged the transformative work that has taken place in Delhi under AAP’s governance.
The positive impact on education, healthcare, and the establishment of Mohalla clinics has been instrumental in improving the lives of Delhi’s citizens.
Punjab, inspired by Delhi’s success, has also embraced AAP’s ideas and witnessed the establishment of good schools, hospitals, and Mohalla clinics.
The roadshow in the Akaltara Assembly seat, a part of Bilaspur, was held in support of AAP’s candidate, Anand Prakash Miri.
The upcoming polls in Chhattisgarh scheduled for November 17 will include this constituency, along with 70 other Assembly segments.
The first phase on November 7 will cover twenty constituencies. The counting of votes in Chhattisgarh is set to take place on December 3.