Kejriwal, who will contest from the New Delhi constituency, said he did not know who are getting the money. "This is going on in my constituency. BJP is hiring people for Rs 5,000," he said.

"When we started door-to-door campaigning (in other constituencies), BJP also decided to campaign. They hired 30 people at the daily wage of Rs 300 to do their campaigning," he added.

"For political campaigning, they spent money on two things; hiring people to campaign and liquor," AAP's chief ministerial candidate said.

He said the party's manifesto will be out in a few days and "decentralization" will be one of its salient features. The constituency will see a three-way contest between Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit (Congress), Vijender Gupta (BJP) and Kejriwal.


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