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Kejriwal appeals to activists, 'fight the election of Delhi as freedom struggle'
Kejriwal appeals to activists, 'fight the election of Delhi as freedom struggle'

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister and AAP President Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday appealed party worker to Consider the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections as another 'freedom struggle'.  Kejriwal while addressing the workers of his party said that he should move ahead by considering the upcoming assembly elections in Delhi as another "freedom struggle". Kejriwal has said that his party is "the only ray of hope in the current political scenario in the country."

CM Kejriwal, who started the preparations for the upcoming elections along with meeting with party workers, said that he has to win all 70 seats in Delhi. Kejriwal appealed to the workers not to contest the upcoming assembly elections for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) or Kejriwal. Fight these elections with the spirit of a freedom struggle, because AAP is the only ray of hope in the current political scenario in the country.

Kejriwal said in a meeting in Dwarka that if we lose the election, all the benefits that people get will be withdrawn. Kejriwal quoted Anna Hazare as saying that the leaders of the anti-corruption fight used to say that there is no need to be troubled by personal attacks. He said that if I start worrying about what the opposition says about me, then I will go under stress in 24 hours. Do not panic from personal attacks, but ensure that you will protect the honor of the country at any cost.

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