New Delhi, January 18: Former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday appealed to the people to accept money doled out by both the Congress and the BJP but cast their votes in favour of the AAP in the upcoming Delhi assembly elections.
"BJP aur Congress dono party ke log aayenge... paisa dene... dono party se paisa le le... par vote jhaadu par de (BJP and Congress will both come and give you money. Accept the money from both parties but cast your vote on the broom symbol)," Kejriwal said at a political rally in Uttam gar constituency of west Delhi.
The Aam Aadmi Party chief appealed to the people to fool the Bharatiya Jata Party and the Congress by accepting their money but voting for the AAP.
Voting for the 70–member Delhi assembly will take place on February 7. Results will be declared on February 10.
Meanwhile, expelled AAP leader Vinod Kumar Binny on Sunday joined the BJP ahead of the February 7 Delhi assembly elections.
Welcoming him to the Bharatiya Jata Party, its Delhi unit president Satish Upadhyay lauded the fact that Binny was the "first one to raise his voice against undemocratic processes in the AAP".
Talking to reporters, Binny slammed the Aam Aadmi Party. IANS