Mann move proves solely AAP can present trustworthy govt: Arvind Kejriwal

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Lauding Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann for sacking his well being minister over corruption prices, AAP nationwide convenor Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday stated this has proved that his get together is the one political outfit within the nation which may present an trustworthy authorities and is ‘deshbhakt’.

“We can tolerate anything but not corruption. The Aam Aadmi Party is committed to honesty. I am proud of Bhagwant Mann. We will not let anyone betray Bharat Mata. It is the first time in the history of politics that a party has acted against corruption by taking such strict action against its own leader. Had CM Mann wanted, he could’ve hatched a plan to get a share out of the corruption but instead he showed his commitment to honesty by sacking his minister”.

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The Delhi CM stated, “In 2015, when AAP came to power in Delhi, I had taken a similar step against my then food & supplies minister. The people of Punjab are very happy because of Mann’s decision. The opposition is rattled, they don’t know what to say and who to oppose. Till now we saw how political parties worked like a nexus of scamsters; let alone punishing their own, they didn’t even take action against leaders of other parties. All parties start looting public’s coffers the day they form their government; this is the first instance of a government taking immediate action against corruption.”

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“We will not watch our Bharat Mata get insulted and cheated by these criminals. We will lay our lives down, but not tolerate any kind of treason. We will not betray our nation, nor will we let anyone do so. AAP has begun the revolution of honesty to develop a thriving & prosperous India. AAP has proven that parties and governments can be run with honesty and without corruption.”

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