Gujarat minister accuses AAP of sending black money to state via hawala ahead of elections

Gujarat State Minister of Home Affairs and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Harsh Sanghavi has made a huge claim ahead of the state assembly elections, accusing the Aam Aadmi party of sending “black money” to the state via Hawala and Angadia.

Speaking to ANI, Gujarat Minister Harsh Sanghavi said, “Black money sent by PAA to Gujarat via Hawala and ‘Angadia’ from Delhi, Punjab and other ways. This money was captured in Bardoli, Ahmedabad and other places.” said: “Their candidate (AAP) Bardoli agreed that this money should come from Delhi AAP office. He received the money through Angadia…By this they want to stir up turmoil in Gujarat. Where does this money? This question should be asked to the leaders of the AAP party.”

AAP seeks public opinion on the face of Gujarat CM

Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party Leader Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday October 29 announced a campaign to select the name of his Chief Ministerial Face for the upcoming Gujarat Assembly elections based on the opinion given by the people of the state.

“To know the opinion of the public, we publish a number – 6357000 360. You can send SMS, WhatsApp messages and leave voice messages. We also publish emails – [email protected],” said Kejriwal , adding that answers can be sent before 5 p.m. on November 3 and that the announcement of the results will take place the next day, November 4.

He also attacked the ruling BJP for replacing former chief minister Vijay Rupani with Bhupendra Patel and said it was done without asking the people of the state. “We live in a democracy. In a democracy, people decide who will be the CM. You didn’t ask the people of Gujarat about Vijaya Rupani if ​​should be the CM…You didn’t ask about of Bhupendra Patel… We don’t do like that in the AAP,” the Delhi CM told Surat.

AAP plans forays into Gujarat

Due to a series of defections, the BJP currently has 111 seats in Gujarat Assembly against 64 seats in Congress. In the upcoming Assembly elections, the AAP is seeking to emerge as an alternative in Gujarat where politics revolves around the BJP and Congress. The party led by Arvind Kejriwal has made a host of promises so far such as free electricity up to 300 units, Rs 3,000 unemployment benefit, 10 lakh government jobs, Rs 10,000 monthly salary for each sarpanch, a monthly stipend of Rs.1000 for each woman aged 18 and above and agricultural loan waiver.

Earlier on Friday, the Kejriwal-led party announced its list of 13 candidates for the upcoming elections in Gujarat. These include the seventh slate which brings the total number of candidates announced to contest Gujarat’s elections to date to 86.