- A group of men chant 'Modi, Modi' during Arvind Kejriwal's rally
- He said doing so would neither reduce power tariffs nor abolish house tax
- The municipal polls in Delhi, scheduled for April 23, are crucial for AAP
"If doing so results in the abolition of house tax, then I would chant 'Modi, Modi'. Did PM Modi reduce your power tariffs? If power tariffs reduce by chanting 'Modi, Modi', then I would do so," Mr Kejriwal jibed.
"Chanting 'Modi, Modi' would not satiate hunger. Few people have turned mad," he further said.
The municipal polls in Delhi, scheduled for April 23, are crucial for the AAP which, despite emerging as the second largest party in Punjab, failed to win a single seat in Goa. The AAP and the Congress seek to dethrone the BJP - which is aiming for third consecutive term - in the civic bodies.
In his address, Mr Kejriwal accused the BJP and the Congress of conspiring to take over the water and power departments to initiate a hike in tariffs.
The Delhi Chief Minister also promised to make the city clean within a year and ran through his government's decisions to cut power tariffs and provide free water, capped at 20,000 litres per connection every month.
The AAP has promised to "abolish house tax" should they win the municipal polls.
"We will turn the MCDs around. Just like we made the Delhi Jal Board a profitable enterprise despite providing water free of cost," he said.
(with inputs from PTI)
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