Do you think I will get myself slapped, asks Arvind Kejriwal

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Kejriwal wants debate with Narendra Modi
New Delhi, April 14: After the chaos of the Lok Sabha 2014 elections, the leader of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Arvind Kejriwal comes forward to answer the questions of aam aadmis on the Google Hangout, which will happen today at 3 pm.

The former Delhi chief minister speaks about the upcoming elections and his future plans in politics. The questions for him can be submitted using #askkejriwal.

On being asked about the recent physical violence that he has been facing, Kejriwal indirectly blames it on the two major parties of the country - BJP and Congress - stating that it's a conspiracy by them since AAP is hindering their hand-in-glove work.

On his decision to contest elections from Varanasi and Amethi, he was asked whether his motto is to defeat Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi. He said that if he cared so much about power, he would have safely contested from Delhi and won. But he wants to bring in a whole new democracy which will happen only if Rahul and Modi loses.

Kejriwal assures the people that this time, AAP will not be joining hands with any party no matter what the situation is. He also said that he will fight against corruption in the country till he lives.

Arvind Kejriwal has become a household name with his brief stint as the Delhi Chief Minister. He promised the Indian public to bring out changes in the system which would make the country a better place.

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