Arvind Kejriwal accused the political parties of ‘buying and selling MLAs’ in the state and said that a change was needed for getting over such politics
Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, on Monday, said that ‘enough dirty politics’ was being played in Goa and that the state needed a change for development.
The Delhi CM accused the political parties of ‘buying and selling MLAs’ in the state and said that a change was needed for getting over such politics.
“Goa wants to change. Enough of parties buying and selling MLAs. Enough of dirty politics. Goa wants development,” Arvind Kejriwal said.
He added that honest politics was nowhere to be seen, which was responsible for the state to lag behind in the development front. He also claimed that there was no shortage of funds.
“There is no shortage of funds, only shortage of honest intent. Goa wants honest politics,” he tweeted.
It is in place to mention that Arvind Kejriwal, convenor of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), will visit Goa on Tuesday to bolster the party’s campaign ahead of the assembly elections next year. In 2022, the AAP will run in elections in five states, including Goa, Uttarakhand, and Punjab.
The chief minister mirrored the sentiments of the AAP in the state, which has launched a campaign called “Let’s Clean Goa’s Politics.” It has been accusing the governing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of buying MLAs of the Congress party.
The party is looking for a stronger showing in this year’s Goa Assembly elections. It failed to gain a single seat in the 2017 election.