Arvind Kejriwal files nomination papers for assembly elections in India

Arvind Kejriwal files nomination papers for assembly elections in India

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The leader of Aam Admi Party (AAP), Arvind Kejriwal has on November 16, 2013 filed nomination papers from the New Delhi constituency. While filing his papers, the confident leader said that the upcoming assembly elections were not about him, but about the people of Delhi.

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Kejriwal said, “This is the end of 15 years of Sheila Dikshit’s government and its misgovernance”. Additionally, November 16, 2013 was the last day to file nominations for the candidates who will be participating in Delhi assembly elections. With nominations, the AAP has also announced candidates for 70 seats in the elections.

During the elections, the AAP leader will be standing against Sheila Dikshit and BJP former Delhi Chief Vijender Gupta. Many are expecting that the competition between the three candidates is going to be tough, as the Delhi constituency has always been Dikshit’s domain.

Earlier this week, Sheila Dikshit and BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Harshwardhan have filed their nomination papers. A triangular competition is expected to be held between Gupta, Arvind and Dikshit. A very confident Arvind said that the 15-year misrule of Sheila Dikshit has begun when he was filing his papers from the Delhi constituency. The leader said that the December 4, 2013 polls will bring down the Congress rule in Delhi.

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