Kejriwal described himself as a person who stood against the politics of hooliganism.

New Delhi:

Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal today shared a video during an election rally in Gujarat calling BJP's star campaigner Yogi Adityanath a 'supporter of terrorism' and himself as a person standing up against BJP's politics of abuse and hooliganism Told.

Buoyed by its victory in Punjab earlier this year, the AAP has launched a vigorous campaign to challenge the BJP in Gujarat.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal retweeted in Hindi saying, "If you want dirty abuses, hooliganism, corruption, dirty politics, then vote for them. If you want schools, hospitals, electricity, water, roads, vote for me." Give."

In the video tweeted by UP CM Yogi Adityanath, it was written, "This Aam Aadmi Party's sample has not come from Delhi, it is a true sympathizer of terrorism.."

If you want dirty abuses, hooliganism, corruption, want dirty politics, then vote for them.

If you want schools, hospitals, electricity, water, roads then vote for me.

— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) November 26, 2022

The BJP has been in power in Gujarat for 27 years, including PM Narendra Modi's 13-year chief ministership.

Pitching Isudan Gadhvi, a former TV news anchor, as AAP's chief ministerial candidate, Kejriwal appealed to the BJP's core Hindutva voter with demands such as photos of Hindu deities on notes, besides talking of development in Gujarat Is.

The Congress increased its vote share in 2017, but this time the election campaign is going a bit slow, but it calls it a strategy.

The Congress has ruled out a three-way fight in the Gujarat elections.

He says that the direct fight here is with the Congress and the BJP.

At the same time, BJP is also seeing this contest as a direct fight with Congress.

Nevertheless, the BJP has gone all out and deployed its star campaigners, including staunch Hindutva icon Yogi Adityanath, in the campaign.

While Amit Shah said that 'rioters were taught a lesson in 2002', Yogi Adityanath also called the rivals 'opponents of Lord Ram'.

In the video that Kejriwal shared, Yogi Adityanath said that the AAP leader had "opposed the construction of the Ram temple, and even asked for evidence for the Indian Army's surgical strike in Pakistan."

He said that corruption and terrorism are 'the same thing'.

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