Embarrassment for AAP in Delhi! Supporter throws money after candidate's win in local polls

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New Delhi, Jan 12: As the results of Delhi Cantonment elections were announced on Monday, Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won one just seat. But the party's celebrations turned out to be a short lived one when of the party's winning candidate was seen throwing up money in the air.

AAP Supporter throws money after candidate's win in Delhi Cantonment Board elections.
After AAP candidate Nand Kishor Beniwal won from ward no. 5 his supporters started celebrating his victory by throwing currency notes in the air.

When asked about the same, Beniwal said that he is unaware about who threw money and that he has not supported any such celebrations. Later the party came up with a justification that they are checking whether the person seen throwing money is an AAP supporter or not.

The party reportedly claims to have suspended the supporter but such sights will definitely tarnish the party's image which projects itself as a clean and corruption free one. These sights are also disturbing for the party, which is busy holding fund raising campaigns across the country to contest polls.

This incident has given a chance to the rivals BJP and Congress who are now questioning the party's intentions.

"AAP's true face is exposed. On one hand Kejriwal raises funds & on the other money is being thrown in the air?," asked BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra.

BJP has won 5 of the eight seats, while AAP got 1 and Congress won on 2 seat in the local body polls.

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