New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party, if voted to power, will hold a special Assembly session at Ramlila ground on December 29 to adopt Janlokpal Bill as proposed by anti-graft activist Anna Hazare, its national convenor Arvind Kejriwal said in New Delhi on Saturday.
He said it would be a befitting reply to those MPs who have made mockery of the Bill during the Winter Session of Parliament. "Election dates have been announced and by December 15 we will form the government and on December 29 a special session (of the assembly) would be called at Ramlila ground, where Anna Hazare was on 11-day long fast unto death for Janlokpal Bill, and the Bill would be adopted there," Kejriwal claimed.
He said Congress and BJP are two face of the same coin as BJP is not against Congress or Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, but they both are campaigning against AAP. "The elections this time also is going to be bipolar. But instead of Congress and BJP being the poles, this time, Congress and BJP are one pole while AAP is the other," he said, adding if this is not the case then why BJP had not protested against hike in power tariff.
Asked whether Anna Hazare will campaign for his party and candidates, Kejriwal said he has made it clear that he is not going to campaign for him or his party. The AAP has announced 57 candidates out of 70 Assembly seats for the December 4 elections. When asked why some of the candidates have refused to contest the elections after getting ticket, he said, "They have vacated their seats for more able candidates as our aim is to win the elections, which is very important for us."
While addressing media, party leader Yogendra Yadav, who was recently removed from the panel of University Grants Commission, said that it is going to be a poll of realignment and "elections in Delhi won't be a race of two horses." Asked if he perceives BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's wave as a threat, he said "let's us see if his wave works in Delhi."