Conspiracy to compel me to leave as CM... but I will not resign...?

S Venkateshwari

Conspiracy to compel me to leave as CM... but I will not resign...?

Arvind Kejriwal, the 55-year-old chief minister of Delhi, has put in a lot of work on the campaign trail, maybe to make up for the time he missed behind bars in Delhi's Tihar jail. He is currently free on temporary bail but has been told to report back to custody on june 2. The AAP is a component of the india bloc, which Kejriwal, the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party, has insisted will form the government this time. He addressed his views on a number of matters, including his belief that the bjp will lose, the fight for Delhi, his newly discovered camaraderie with the Congress, and his wife Sunita Kejriwal's political role, in an interview.

You've expressed confidence in your ability to win. Why do you think this time's outcomes will be different?

This time, local factors—such as unemployment and inflation—that have an impact on people's daily lives are being used to shape the election instead of the [Narendra] Modi factor. This election is different in every state because it has become a very localized affair. Individuals can't manage their homes, pay their bills, or buy groceries. 

Many are lamenting that they haven't heard Modi ji address this issue or discuss how he plans to address unemployment in any of his talks. What subject is he discussing? He is claiming that uddhav thackeray is not the true son of his father, that sharad pawar is a bhatakti aatma (wandering spirit), and that if the indian bloc gains power, they will take everyone's mangalsutra. Is a prime minister fit to speak like this? people look to him for answers, but they never receive them. The PM appears to be totally disconnected and to be living in a bubble.

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