Eyeing his party’s maiden electoral victory in the south, AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) National Convenor and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday expressed confidence his party will win the Karnataka elections in 2023, after victory in the Delhi and Punjab. Speaking about alleged corruption in Karnataka while addressing a farmers’ rally here, Kejriwal said while the previous Congress government was called the ‘20% commission government’, the BJP was being dubbed as ‘40% commission government’.
Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha (KRRS) convenor Kodihalli Chandrashekar joined the AAP and called its members to extend full support to the party. The AAP chief also referred to a civil contractor suicide who had accused Karnataka Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Minister K S Eshwarappa of charging a commission of 40%.
Kejriwal claimed that Delhi has zero percent commission government because there is a hardcore honest government in Delhi.
welcoming Kodihalli Chandrashekar into the AAP, he said the party would transform the lives of farmers if they voted to power. He appealed to the farmers to join Aam Aadmi Party and put an end to corruption in Karnataka. Chandrashekar said the party and sanctity of the KRRS would remain through the organization to ensure that the AAP comes to power in Karnataka.
According to Chandrashekar, neither the BJP nor the Congress nor the JD (S) were options anymore to rely upon and called upon farmers across the state to support the AAP, as it is offering alternative politics.