Rajiv Kejriwal, who runs a tyre shop in the Holy City, said he didn't have any connection to the AAP leader. Speaking to a Headlines Today journalist, Kejriwal said once he was travelling in a train and one of his co-passengers was named Modi.
Kejriwal's reliability was lost after what he did in Delhi, said one Kejriwal
"When the ticket checker asked for the tickets, he saw our names and asked where is Gandhi?", he said. On the chances of Arvind Kejriwal from Varanasi, Rajiv Kejriwal said he had raised hope initially but disappointed by quitting power in Delhi. "He has lost his reliability somewhat," he said.
Kishor Kejriwal, also a businessman in Varanasi, echoed the views of Rajiv when asked about Arvind's chances of winning from Varanasi. "It is all BJP here and one doubts if Arvind has any fair chance," Kishor said.