- The Delhi Chief Minister quoted sources in his tweet
- He started AAP's campaign for the 2017 Gujarat Assembly polls
- He targeted the BJP governments at the Centre and the state
NEW DELHI: BJP president Amit Shah "will" replace Anandiben Patel as the state's Chief Minister, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal claimed today, quoting "sources".
"Gujarat fed up of Anandiben Patel's corrupt mal-administration. Huge support for AAP. Sources- BJP will replace Anandiben wid Amit Shah (sic)," the Delhi Chief Minister, who is touring the western state, tweeted.
Kick-starting AAP's campaign for the 2017 Gujarat Assembly polls by visiting the Somnath Temple, the Aam Aadmi Party chief asked the people to get rid of "hooligans" and "corrupt" persons.
Addressing a gathering of farmers on the outskirts of Somnath city, he targeted the BJP governments at the Centre and the state.