While BJP slammed Kejriwal for "defaming" the party by accusing it of bribing voters before the election, Congress charged him with "cheating" the people by declaring a false address in the nomination papers.

"Today we came to the EC to complain against Kejriwal for misleading the people of Delhi, the way he is insulting the people by accusing parties of bribing voters and violating the model code of conduct.'' "We have complained on four-five things against him to the Commission and demanded cancellation of his candidature and banning him from giving any speech," BJP's Delhi President Satish Upadhyay told reporters.
Earlier at a rally, Kejriwal had asked voters to "fool" BJP and Congress by voting for AAP even after accepting "bribe money" from them.
Congress' Kiran Walia also complained to the Commission saying, "How can an ex-chief minister declare wrong address everytime? His name should be removed from the electoral rolls and he should be barred from contesting election."
Taking on Kejriwal for using Kiran Bedi's photograph in AAP posters and terming her "opportunist", Upadhyay said that the matter was raised with the Commission and the officials have promised of strong action.

"This kind of politics is direct violation of the model code of conduct and we have taken up the matter strongly. While opinion polls are banned for the electronic media soon after dates are announced, Kejriwal is putting up opinion polls on the back of auto rickshaws, we have also complained against it," he said.

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