New Delhi, Feb 5: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal is getting support from unexpected corners.
Moments after West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee urged the people of Delhi to vote for AAP, BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha on Thursday praised the AAP leader.
"Arvind Kejriwal is a good man, and AAP's prospects are bright," Sinha was quoted as saying in media reports.
"Everyone is talking about AAP, newspapers are flooded with them, TV channels are discussing them, means that they are popular," Sinha further said.
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Earlier on Thursday, Mamata Banerjee urged the people of Delhi to vote for AAP. Banerjee tweeted and said: "Delhi elections on Feb 7. My request to all of you in Delhi to please vote for AAP. For the greater need of the country and development in Delhi." Banerjee urged voters to go out and vote for the AAP.
AAP meanwhile has geared up to face the litmus test. AAP leaders Ashish Khetan and Ashutosh on Thursday said during a press briefing that 'AAP will try to build Delhi on a model, where there will be development without corruption.'
"AAP, a two-year-old party has again set new standards in Indian politics," said Ashish Khetan.