Kejriwal will reject BJP offer, alleges conspiracy amid legal actions

Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal said on Sunday that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was behind a plot to assassinate him. Kejriwal declared he will never join the BJP, even if he receives an invitation to do so. He promised not to give in and reiterated his determination to oppose any plots. After laying the cornerstone for two schools in Kirari, Delhi, Kejriwal spoke these things.

He questioned the accusations against him, stating that the BJP forgives all crimes if someone joins them. This statement follows a notice from the Delhi Police crime branch over Kejriwal’s claim that the BJP offered money to AAP legislators to topple his government. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) also approached the court against Kejriwal for non-compliance with summons related to an alleged scam in Delhi’s excise policy. Kejriwal and the AAP have accused the BJP of engaging in a political witch-hunt.


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