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‘We expect real attacks after election’

‘We expect real attacks after election’
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Arvind Kejriwal: We Expect Real Attacks After Election. In remarks clearly directed at the BJP, Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said that he expected \"real attacks\" on his party after the Lok Sabha election.

New Delhi: In remarks clearly directed at the BJP, Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said that he expected "real attacks" on his party after the Lok Sabha election.

Speaking at the book launch "Dehleez Par Dil" authored by AAP members Dilip Pandey and Chanchal Sharma, Kejriwal said he and some of his associates have till now been subjected to "slaps, kicks and egg attacks" during the Lok Sabha election campaign.

"I feel nothing major will happen until the elections get over because otherwise these might boomerang," he said, adding, "The real attacks will start after the election. They won't spare us after the election."

Former Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal alleged that the saffron party leaders were capable of "killing their own men to come to power." Referring to a recent sting done by a news portal which alleged that the 1992 Babri mosque demolition was a "planned act of sabotage" he said, "BJP people also undertake killings of the Hindus, children and their own cadres. They are not concerned with Hindus and Muslims. For coming to power, all are equal for them. Kejriwal mistakenly referred to the person heard on the video as Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Ashok Singhal, but soon corrected himself and said it was Sakshi Maharaj.

He added that the "forces" the AAP was ranged against were "very powerful" and these cannot be fought simply with money power. "What is needed is the path of truth... This is what happened in the Delhi election too. People used to then remark that we had no money. I agreed. But I told everyone that we were on the path of truth. We need to stick to that," he said.

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