I have no desire to be Chief Minister, says Kejriwal

Aam Aadmi Party national convener Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said that he has no desire to be the Chief Minister of Delhi.

“I am not asking for votes for me. I have no desire to be Chief Minister. I am asking for votes for Delhi, I am asking for votes for the future of the children of the national capital, I am asking for votes for your families,” he said while addressing people at a jan sabha in Greater Kailash Assembly constituency.

“Home Minister Amit Shah is campaigning in Delhi. But it is not right that he is making fun of the people of Delhi on the work done in the past five years,” he said.

“I want to tell him, Delhi is a small State... we have a small budget, it is a half State, but we have installed two lakh CCTVs. In five years... you could have installed at least one camera somewhere,” he added.

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