AAP asks BJP's Manoj Tiwari to pay Rs 1 lakh
In October, Tiwari offered to pay Rs 1,11,100 to AAP if Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal passed Phase-IV of the Delhi Metro expansion project
Delhi's ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has asked Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari to donate Rs 1 lakh to AAP.
In October, Tiwari offered to pay Rs 1,11,100 to AAP if Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal passed Phase-IV of the Delhi Metro expansion project.
On Wednesday, the AAP government passed all the six corridors of the Delhi Metro Rail Corp's (DMRC) Phase-IV and then reminded Tiwari of his promise.
"We hope Manoj Tiwari will fulfil his promise and not call it a 'jumla'... By visiting the donation link below, you can make an online donation and fulfil your promise. This way you can also be a part of digital India," AAP tweeted in Hindi.
AAP has launched a nationwide campaign to collect donations ahead of the Lok Sabha polls.
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