New Delhi, Nov 28: He was on Radio last December, before the Delhi assembly elections and he is back with a bang now. Arvind Kejriwal, the 'Muffler Man' has taken the brooms against corruption again. However, this time he will be taking to the Radio to interact with the audience and not just appear in ads and calls for donations.
Beginning on December 3, Aam Aadmi Party supremo will make the last attempt to experiment whether following Modi's strategy (of public interaction) works or not.
Fresh elections in Delhi are yet to be announced, but one can see a thorough competition between parties on air. While AAP was airing messages on the radio for sometime, but BJP went a step ahead by airing PM Modi asking everyone to join his Swachh Bharat campaign.
Meanwhile, BJP has declared that its Delhi campaigns will not elect a presumptive Chief Minister. Instead, the PM is likely to ask people to support him.
Kejriwal, who governed Delhi for 49 days earlier this year is taking a second chance now. He said that BJP is creating an "artificial battle" to make Delhi elections a faceoff between him and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He further added,"They are trying to do fraud on the people of Delhi....Modi will not run the city, it will be handed over to somebody else."
Let's see if the audience goes by Kejriwal's "Mann ki baat".