Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has alleged that BJP approached seven AAP MLAs, offering them Rs 10 crore each, allegedly “to buy them”. He claimed that during last three days, seven of AAP MLAs have told him that BJP has approached them and has offered Rs 10 crore each to buy them.
AAP chief allegations came a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said at a election rally in West Bengal that 40 TMC MLAs are in touch with him and with whose support he would topple Mamata Banerjee government in the state after present elections.
However, confident Kejriwal said that voters would be drawn to AAP for the good work the party had done. “We have worked for providing electricity, water, roads, we have constructed schools, hospitals, sewer lines and more. People will vote for the work AAP has done while PM Modi asks for votes only in his name,” he added.
He said, “If all seven Delhi MPs are from AAP, we will be strengthened at Centre. We will get developmental work done for Delhi. The Centre has always created hurdles in our way.”