Bangalore, Mar. 15: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal held a road show in Bangalore on Saturday to woo voters ahead of the upcoming general elections.
Addressing residents of Bangalore, Kejriwal said AAP was confident of getting maximum number of votes and make a mark in the Lok Sabha elections 2014.
“The people of Bangalore are telling me that they are fed up of the corruption of the Congress, and the BJP. They both have been in power here, once it was Congress, then it was BJP, it is as if the game of musical chairs is going on, now the people of this nation have formed a party – Aam Aadmi Party and people have decided that they will vote for this Party,” said he.
Kejriwal has been touring various states of India to garner support amongst people as AAP is trying hard to confirm their position in the run-up to 2014 polls.
The last time he visited Gujarat was with the criticising Modi’s developmental model for the region.
Kejriwal also accused media on being paid heavily to promote Modi and demanded probe and severe punishment for those involved in ‘yellow journalism’.(ANI)