Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal has attacked Bharatiya Janata Party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi over his Gujarat development story and claimed there is no 'wave' in favour of him in the country.
"Some people are saying that there is Modi wave in the country. I travelled to many parts of the country and went to many states, but could not see any such wave. If there is any public wave in the country, it's not for Modi. It's the wave of anger against the administration," Kejriwal told media here.
The AAP chief further accused BJP and Congress party for ignoring issue of corruption and doing anything either for Hindus or Muslims in the country.
"Before every election, they start a communal riot somewhere in the country. When such riots happen, Hindus begin tilting towards a certain party and Muslims towards another party. The issue of corruption is ignored. However, neither the BJP has done anything for the Hindus, nor the Congress has done any good to the Muslims," said Kejriwal.