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Kejriwal to meet PM Modi Tomorrow after Landslide Victory in Delhi Polls

New Delhi, Feb 11: After a historic victory and routing BJP in the Delhi Assembly polls, Arvind Kejriwal, the CM-designate, will meet his top rival Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday.

Both the leaders are scheduled to meet at 10.30 am on Thursday to discuss vital issues and Kejriwal is likely to invite PM Modi to his swearing-in ceremony.

Although, BJP is not reacting bitterly to yesterday's poll results, but AAP's victory is BJP's huge loss. This is the grand failure of Modi since the party's landslide victory in Lok Sabha polls last year.

The poll results are unexpected for AAP that had been claiming to take oath on Feb 12 as the ruling party in Delhi. The voters favored them lots than their expectation and belief.

This is the time for BJP chief Amit Shah to think about his mistakes during the poll campaign and the party will rectify those in the coming days to make its presence feel across nation including the national capital.

Meanwhile, Income Tax department has served notice to AAP asking the details about the donation of Rs 2 crore that the party had received from four fake companies.

According to allegations by AAP Volunteer Action Manch (AVAM), the AAP had received funds last year from fake companies, which had no authentic address and earned no profit. The transaction was made through cheques in favour of AAP.

The party will reply to the notice on Feb 16 after oath taking ceremony scheduled to be held on Feb 14.

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