Battle for the capital
After eleven months of President's rule, Delhi is approaching an exciting electoral contest, but given the key choices of a previous 'runaway' Chief Minister, an ambitious policewoman-turned-politician and a Nehru-Gandhi loyalist, who will the voters pick?.
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In a press conference held at Chennai, she alleged that she has sufficient proof to what she has said in her letter and has no plans to join any political party now.
-> "I am not accusing anybody of corruption. My own party has treated me so badly."
-> "I welcome the BJP government to go through every single clearance given by me as Minister."