Kejriwal's baseless claims will not find any buyer

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AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal
Since the Aam Aadmi Party came into existence, it has been in news for all the wrong reasons. It seems the party and its leaders have not learnt lessons from its humiliating defeat in the recently concluded Lok Sabha poll. The AAP is rightly called a party of amateurs, full of muddle heads and misleading people. Top on the list is its chief Arvind Kerjiwal who is infamous for making irrelevant and false statements just to grab media attention.

Months after remaining absent from the political corridor, the frequent liar is back with another false claim. This time, Kejriwal has accused the BJP of indulging in horse-trading to form the Government in Delhi. On Wednesday, Kejriwal accused the BJP of trying to buy the support of Congress MLAs for Rs 20 crore each to form a Government in Delhi. "After failing to buy any AAP MLA, BJP now trying to buy 6 congress MLAs. Price - Rs.20 crores each, 2 Ministers and 4 chairmen," Kejriwal said in tweet. This is not the first time Kejriwal is lying or misleading the people. But, the AAP chief has misled the people on each and every step of his political career. Earlier too, he accused BJP of poaching its legislators saying the party trying to lure his MLAs by offering money and posts in the wake of fresh Assembly elections.

Hunger to remain in news:
The hunger of Kejriwal to remain in the news is so intense that he has lost the sense of determining what is good for his party's image and what is bad. So, be it staging dharna nautanki while being Chief Minister of Delhi to protest police action against his Minister or going to Gujarat his every action is meant to grab public attention.

Kejriwal's lies unveiled and exposed every time
Starting from betraying Anna Hazare and leaving the mass movement in midway, Kejriwal has been making many false claims. Before the Assembly elections, he swore on his kids that he will not take support from Congress or BJP to form the Government. But the party took support from the Congress. Important to mention here that most of the claims which Kejriwal made in election manifesto before Delhi Assembly polls were never fulfilled.

Earlier too, Kejriwal accused BJP of poaching its MLAs

False claim on Janlok Pal Bill:
Arvind Kejriwal had promised to pass the Jan Lokpal Bill within 15 days of Government formation but nothing was done. In fact, he resigned from CM post when the Bill was being tabled in the Delhi Assembly saying BJP, Congress are opposing the passage of the Bill. But, here the truth is that he quit the CM post just to pursue his political ambitions in national politics.

Claim on refusing security cover turned out wrong:
Before the Delhi Assembly election, Arvind Kejriwal had stated that he or any of his Minister will not take security cover. But, the truth is that he later on took security of 22 security men. Similarly, Kejriwal who earlier maintained that he wont take official residence, later on accepted the same.

Kejriwal's loud mouth on corruption is well known. Before, taking over charge as Delhi CM, he promised to take action against all corrupt Congress Ministers including former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, but later he backtracked his stand. Not only this, Kejriwal also fielded many tainted candidates in Lok Sabha poll.

His false claims landed him jail:
Kejriwal who included names of politicians like Nitin Gadkari, Kapil Sibal in the list of ‘India's most corrupt politicians' had to face defamation suite in this case. Former BJP president Nitin Gadkari and party general secretary Ananth Kumar had filed two separate criminal defamation complaints against former Delhi Chief Minister.

There is no denying the fact that by making such baseless allegations, Kejriwal who is famous for hit and run politics wants to re-enter the Delhi political scene just ahead of fresh Assembly polls. This could be a tactic to buy time for the preparation as the party which is struggling with a number of issues including infighting between senior leaders, is not ready to go for the polls.

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