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HindustanTimes Wed,17 Sep 2014

'Modi Wave' is just a media hype: Arvind Kejriwal

Monica Sharma , Hindustan Times  Chandigarh, March 30, 2014
First Published: 12:20 IST(30/3/2014) | Last Updated: 16:13 IST(30/3/2014)

With Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal in Chandigar, roads were left chock-a-blocked as residents came down to streets to have a look at the leader.

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The road show, which started from Deep Complex at 10am and passed through Ram Darbar, Sector 31, 47 and reached 45 Burail, was allowed only ten cars but the vehicles were nothing less than hundred, including scooters and bikes.

Kejriwal, while addressing residents, said that both Congress and BJP were the same and were duping innocent people and were indulging in vote bank politics.

He said both the parties were anti-farmers, like BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and Congress CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda have acquired land of innocent farmers and handed the lands at cheap prices to business tycoons like Robert Vadra and Mukesh Ambani.

He said both Congress and BJP were helping businessmen as both Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi and Modi travel in planes given by Ambani.

AAP is the only party contesting and taking up the issue of corruption.

Taking a dig at Modi, Kejriwal said there is nothing like 'Modi Wave' and he was bound to loose from Varanasi. "The Modi Wave is just a media hype. Modi is so much scared and lacked confidence that after my filling nomination he filled another nomination from Vadodara," he said.

Referring to the Chandigarh seat, Kejriwal said that BJP's Kirron Kher wants to give the seat to Modi while Gul Panag the AAP candidate is there to serve the city.

Traffic rules were thrown to winds, with no helmets, triple riding overloading and above all overspeeding as the leader took a round of the city.

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