Let PM clarify if 'retirement at 75' rule was only for Advani, Arvind Kejriwal


Delhi News Live Updates: The AAP national convenor also unveiled “Kejriwal's Guarantees”, outlining 10 priority steps to be taken, including statehood for Delhi.

The Supreme Court on Friday granted interim bail to the Delhi Chief Minister till June 1 in the money laundering case related to the Delhi Excise Policy Scam.  (Express Photo)The Supreme Court on Friday granted interim bail to the Delhi Chief Minister till June 1 in the money laundering case related to the Delhi Excise Policy Scam. (Express Photo)

Delhi News Live Updates: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday sought clarification on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'retirement at age 75' rule and said the prime minister will not stop it from being implemented. “The same rule under which LK Advaniji was made to retire, I am sure the Prime Minister will not prevent it from being applied in his case too… Let the Prime Minister say that this rule does not apply to me. “It was made for Advani. I don't think the Prime Minister would say that,” he said.

The AAP national convenor also unveiled “Kejriwal's Guarantees”, outlining 10 priority measures, including getting statehood for Delhi, ensuring 24/7 power supply, and if If the India bloc forms a government at the centre, this includes implementation of free education across the country. .

The pledges included a promise to give full statehood to Delhi, “liberate” Indian land from Chinese occupation and provide 2 crore jobs to the country's youth in a year. The Delhi Chief Minister also promised to scrap the Agnivar scheme and ensure farmers get MSP for their crops as per the Swaminathan Commission report.

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Around the time Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addressed party workers and supporters at the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) headquarters on Saturday, a day after being released on interim bail, 16 km in northeast Delhi's Sundarnagari. The era – the cradle of AAP chief's politics. – It was business as usual. Roadside stalls were decorated with wares, shopkeepers took naps, and lunch was cooked and eaten at home.

“Him going to jail, or bail, won't make any difference… In Delhi, this election is about Kejriwal,” Sultan Singh, 60, said, summing up his reaction to the chief minister's arrest and bail.

Bansheedhar, 67, says AAP's support is not just because it started to make its presence felt in the area first, but because “even after that they worked”.

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