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Campaign Trail Ignites: Kejriwal Leads Charge for India Alliance

Campaign Trail Ignites: Kejriwal Leads Charge for India Alliance

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal wasted no time in hitting the ground running after being granted interim bail, with plans for a roadshow and public remarks. He urged voters to "save the country from dictatorship," signaling his intent to actively engage in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. The Supreme Court's decision to grant bail until June 1 allows Kejriwal to campaign, positioning him as a key figure in the INDIA alliance, which seeks to challenge Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership.

Greeted by enthusiastic supporters upon his release from Tihar Jail, Kejriwal emphasized his determination to fight against what he perceives as authoritarianism. His itinerary includes a visit to the Hanuman Temple in Connaught Place and a roadshow in South Delhi, followed by a press conference at the Aam Aadmi Party office. With voting for all seven Lok Sabha seats in New Delhi scheduled for May 25, Kejriwal's presence is expected to energize the party's campaign efforts.

The news of Kejriwal's release sparked jubilation among INDIA bloc parties, with AAP hailing it as a "triumph of truth." However, Home Minister Amit Shah downplayed the significance of the bail, highlighting the ongoing excise scam allegations against Kejriwal and the Delhi government. The controversy stems from a 2021 policy to liberalize liquor sales, which was later withdrawn amid accusations of corruption. Two prominent Kejriwal allies have been jailed as a result of the ensuing probe.

As Kejriwal resumes his political activities, the spotlight remains on him and his party's campaign strategies. The interim bail provides him with a platform to rally support against what he perceives as authoritarian tendencies in Indian politics, setting the stage for a high-stakes electoral battle.

 
 
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Campaign Trail Ignites: Kejriwal Leads Charge for India Alliance

Campaign Trail Ignites: Kejriwal Leads Charge for India Alliance

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal wasted no time in hitting the ground running after being granted interim bail, with plans for a roadshow and public remarks. He urged voters to "save the country from dictatorship," signaling his intent to actively engage in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. The Supreme Court's decision to grant bail until June 1 allows Kejriwal to campaign, positioning him as a key figure in the INDIA alliance, which seeks to challenge Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership.

Greeted by enthusiastic supporters upon his release from Tihar Jail, Kejriwal emphasized his determination to fight against what he perceives as authoritarianism. His itinerary includes a visit to the Hanuman Temple in Connaught Place and a roadshow in South Delhi, followed by a press conference at the Aam Aadmi Party office. With voting for all seven Lok Sabha seats in New Delhi scheduled for May 25, Kejriwal's presence is expected to energize the party's campaign efforts.

The news of Kejriwal's release sparked jubilation among INDIA bloc parties, with AAP hailing it as a "triumph of truth." However, Home Minister Amit Shah downplayed the significance of the bail, highlighting the ongoing excise scam allegations against Kejriwal and the Delhi government. The controversy stems from a 2021 policy to liberalize liquor sales, which was later withdrawn amid accusations of corruption. Two prominent Kejriwal allies have been jailed as a result of the ensuing probe.

As Kejriwal resumes his political activities, the spotlight remains on him and his party's campaign strategies. The interim bail provides him with a platform to rally support against what he perceives as authoritarian tendencies in Indian politics, setting the stage for a high-stakes electoral battle.

 
 
 

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