WE DON'T understand “jod-tod ki rajneeti (the politics of making and breaking)"and the people of Goa are not interested in it, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener Arvind Kejriwal said on Sunday, ruling out a pre-poll alliance with the Trinamool Congress that has been calling for Opposition unity to fight the BJP in the state.
"We (AAP) don't understand this jod-tod ki rajneeti. We are very simple and innocent people... this opposition unity, 'we will come together to defeat this party ... people have nothing to do with this. People want their lives to be better, their children to get good education, if someone is sick in the family, they should get good treatment.
That is what we are ready to do.
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