If elections were held immediately, the AAP would be in power in Gujarat, according to Arvind Kejriwal’s claim based on an IB report.
The Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, claimed on Sunday that an “Intelligence Bureau report” shows that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is likely to win elections and form the government in Gujarat given its current momentum and popularity. The AAP leader also claimed that there was a razor-thin margin of victory, pleading for Gujaratis to give the party a “strong push” in order to win a comfortable majority in the state.
The Delhi CM added, “According to sources, an IB report has come,” while speaking at a press conference in Rajkot. According to the source, Gujarat’s government will be formed by the Aam Aadmi Party if elections are held today.
He went on to say, “Although it is indicated in the report that right now it is with a slim margin, I am trying to win the favor of the Gujarati people. With relatively few seats, (we) are in the lead. In order for the (AAP) administration to be formed with a comfortable majority, the people of Gujarat would need to put up a strong fight.
He asserts that the saffron party is “particularly freaking out” about the news and is using every effort to strengthen Congress in order to divide the anti-BJP vote.
“Congress has been tasked with gaining as many votes from the AAP as possible, “he said, Kejriwal.
“I would like to warn the people of Gujarat to exercise caution.”
Given that the state has a thriving dairy industry, Kejriwal has also promised to pay each cow’s maintenance at a rate of 40 rupees per day if the AAP wins the next elections.
Bhagwant Mann, the chief minister of Punjab, also attended the press conference.
Both AAP leaders will address at two public events on Sunday as the party intensifies its campaigning for the impending Assembly elections in the BJP-ruled state later this year. They are in Gujarat for a two-day visit.