Believe it or Not: AAP does not have money to fight Punjab, Goa polls: Kejriwal

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Goa, Arvind Kejriwal: The Delhi Chief Minister and the AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal today said that that his honest party did not have money to fight the upcoming assembly elections in Punjab and Goa.

Voting in both Goa and Punjab will take place on February 4.

He said while addressing a public meeting at Mapusa town "We don't have a single penny to contest Punjab and Goa polls. Our bank account is empty".

Kejriwal said though he could have minted money being in power for over two years, however even after two years he don’t have money to fight the goa and Punjab polls.

Arvind attacked the opposition parties by saying, the days are numbered for the parties BJP, Congress and MGP

There are 40 seats in Goa. Kejriwal said "People this time will cast their vote for AAP which will win 28-32 seats in Goa".

Kejriwal claimed that his party is clearly different from the others as AAP is an honest political party while the rest like BJP are corrupt“.



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