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AAP goes bankrupt? Delhi CM Kejriwal seeks donation for cash-strapped party

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New Delhi, July 14: The Aam Aadmi Party which was planning to splurge a whopping Rs 520 crores on FM radio ads has revealed something which may shock many. In a shocking revelation, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has gone bankrupt.

Kejriwal told ANI that the Aam Aadmi Party has run out of money. "AAP has run out of money, appeals for more donations to the Aam Aadmi Party. After we came to power, our funds exhausted. Now we want funds to run our party and we want it from the public," Kejriwal told ANI.

AAP has gone bankrupt: Kejriwal .
"We are indebted to the people for their help. But now we need funds for day to day expenses. The public funded us, we never took any money under the table. We gave a record of every rupee we got, "Kejriwal further said.

"We are indebted to the people for their help. But now we need funds for day to day expenses. You would say I am a bizarre CM, am asking for funds like this. We can get money the wrong way but that is not who we are, " he said.

Also read: Kejriwal Govt plans to splurge whopping Rs 520 crore on radio ads

AAP government has faced criticism for spending "crores of public money" in advertisements for political.

Reports are also claiming that the Arvind Kejriwal government has found a loophole in Supreme Court's ban on use of chief minister's images in government ads. Hence, the party has come up with radio advertisements titled "Jo Kaha So Kiya" to connect with its electorates.

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