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Arvind Kejriwal ushered a new political era, PM Modi unnerved of growing popularity of AAP in India

Chandigarh, August 11: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday took on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ‘revadi culture’ remark about free services offered by the political parties including AAP. Quoting AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal he said that the AAP has ushered a new political era to uplift the standard of living of common man rather than giving favours to a few corporate families in the country.

Addressing a press conference, party’s chief spokesperson Malvinder Singh Kang along with advocate Ravinder Singh said that the country is celebrating 75th year of independence and rather than providing free education and better health facilities free of cost, PM Modi is creating an atmosphere against free government welfare services by terming them freebies.

Kang said that BJP is unnerved by the clean and pro-people governance of AAP party led by Arvind Kejriwal and it has exposed their double standards as well. “Before the UP elections, the BJP had launched its manifesto ‘Lok Kalyan Sankalp Patra 2022’ and the Modi government promised to give free good education, healthcare, 300 units of electricity to every household and offer an unemployment allowance to youths. Are these not ‘rewadi’ or ‘freebies’. The BJP is baffled by the rapidly growing popularity of AAP in the country and is therefore issuing baseless statements,” Kang said.

He further said that about 9 developed countries, including Canada and the USA, provide free health services and education to their children than why children of India are deprived of it. The AAP is working for the welfare of common people while BJP and Congress have been working for their corporate friends.

“Now, people of the country must decide whether they want a family run party (Congress), corporate-friendly party (BJP) or ‘Bharatwaad-AAP party, which is working dedicatedly to protect the rights of 137 crore people of the country,” he said.

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