Arvind Kejriwal: Modi, Rahul faces of a system called Mukesh Ambani

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Kejriwal: Am not here for power
New Delhi, Feb 18: After stepping down as the Delhi CM, Arvind Kejriwal has big plans. Plans to take on the corrupt by contesting the Lok Sabha elections.

In an interview to the Economic Times (read here), Kejriwal says that though he is not sure whether he would contest the upcoming elections, the AAP will fight t corrupt. "I have not entered the political arena for power," he said.

Speaking about the BJP, Kejriwal said that a vote for Modi is equivalent to a vote for Ambani. "People are completely fed up with UPA.

They need a change but they also need to understand that Modi and Rahul Gandhi are the faces of the same system called Mukesh Ambani," he said.

Kejriwal: I have not entered the political arena for power

On his plans for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, Kejriwal said that the 'focus was not on how many seats but how to prevent the tainted from being elected.'

"I have told my party that we are not here to fight the 300-odd seats. We are not here for power politics," he said.

Kejriwal also added that he would campaign in Sonia Gandhi, Rahul and Modi's constituencies.

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