Arvind Kejriwal accepts that he used Govt Money for promotion of Political Party

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Arvind Kejriwal accepts the fact that he had used the money collected from tax for promotion of his Political Party- Aam Aadmi Party, Talking about the recent development Arvind Kejriwal yesterday accused a media channel, Aaj Tak for using the defamatory headline against the Delhi govt.



As a result Arvind Kejriwal and his party decided to take the revenge from India Today media group and gave full page advertisements on All leading Newspapers, the advertisements claimed that Aaj Tak has used a defamatory headline against the Delhi Govt. The main thing of this scenario is Delhi Govt has used the money from tax collection for the advertisment on newspaper, we came to know about this by seeing the last line in the advt, ‘Delhi Govt’

The advertisment was indirectly endorsing the AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal who is non other than the face of Aam Aadmi Party. But as he is the current Chief Minister of Delhi he can do such thing.

Arvind Kejriwal retweeted the picture which claims the advt were by AAP

The story twisted when Arvind Kejriwal, CM of Delhi and AAP supremo retweeted an Article of AAP leader Ashutosh Gupta on his twitter account.(Ashutosh Gupta is the spokesperson of Aam Aadmi Party, he doesn’t hold any position in the Delhi govt) The article claims the headline that “Why AAP Ran Full-Page Ads When Accused of a Scam” . Wait the ad was run by Delhi Govt, but why AAP is claiming the ads run by them

Definitely the CM of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal who always accuse everyone of┬áthis and that has finally fallen in the trap built by himself. Arvind Kejriwal has accepted that he is using the people’s money of Govt treasure for the promotion of his political party.

I am not saying that he has done anything wrong, he have right to do whatever he wants. But using the money from Govt treasure for saving the goodwill of his political party is something new in Indian-Political scenario

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