Kejriwal can only daydream of becoming Punjab’s CM
Chandigarh: “Finally, the real face of Aam Aadmi Party stands exposed as Arvind Kejriwal is daydreaming of becoming the Chief Minister of Punjab,” said Punjab BJP president, Vijay Sampla .
“Punjabis were always wary of the fact that Kejriwal and his gang wanted to take control of Punjab. Now, Sisodia has made Kejriwal’s intentions clear”. Addressing a rally in Mohali, the Delhi Deputy CM had asked the voters to assume that they were voting for Kejriwal as Punjab Chief Minister.
Reacting to Sisodia’s comments, the state party chief said, “Like Delhi MLA Jarnail Singh betrayed his own voters and came to Punjab to contest elections, Kejriwal too is ready to abscond from the national capital. He can only dream of becoming the CM of Punjab, but his dream will never come true. He failed to fulfill the promises made to the people of Delhi and now he wants to repeat the same in Punjab”.
Meanwhile, The fears of Delhites have ultimately come true. Kejriwal has shown no scruples in deserting Delhi for Punjab. Leader of Opposition Vijender Gupta on Tuesday said that Dy CM Manish Sisodia’s declaration that CM Kejriwal will be AAPs CM candidate for Punjab is nothing but crass cheating of Delhities. CM has left Delhi in absolute lurch. It has become a city of neglect since its CM had already abandoned it. Development has come to a halt with CM missing or blaming the Centre for his failures. Since AAP has failed to woo the people of Punjab, Kejriwal has resorted to the last move of becoming CM candidate. It symbolizes AAPs desperation to find political footing outside Delhi at any cost in its journey to political ambitions. Kejriwal has proved that he can go to any extent to gain power.
Leader of Opposition Vijender Gupta on Tuesday said that the Chief Minister who took oath on the 14 February, 2014 that he will serve Delhi for the next five years and asked forgiveness of Delhites for deserting them as CM in his last term, has shown no scruples in deserting them to fulfill his national level political ambitions.
He had, in fact, already abnegated the responsibilities as the Chief Minister of Delhi and handed them over to his deputy Manish Sisodia